physical and chemical sensors, flexible and nanocomponent based devices, microfabrication techniques, energy harvesting and finite element analysis of MEMS


Vasiliki Tsouti received the BS degree in Physics in 2002 and MSc in Solid State Physics in 2005, both from the University of Athens. During that period she worked on the electrical characterization of Silicon on Insulator structures. In 2009 she received her PhD from the National Technical University of Athens and the former Institute of Microelectronics (now INN) at the NCSR Demokritos. Her PhD work included the development of chemical and biological micromechanical sensor arrays for use in the detection of hereditary diseases. Since then, she works for INN as a research associate. During 2010-2017 she was also a co-founder and CEO of Aisthisis Technologies, a knowledge intensive company. From 2017 to 2021 Dr Tsouti worked as adjunct researcher on the development of an integrated and non-invasive system for the effective monitoring and treatment of obstructive sleep apnea.

Her research interests include physical and chemical sensors, finite element analysis of MEMS, flexible and nanocomponent based devices, microfabrication techniques, energy harvesting and integrated systems for medical applications. She has earned 3 personal grants for post-doctoral research (NCSR D, IKY-Siemens, Stavros Niarchos Foundation) and has participated in 5 national and international research projects. She has 23 publications in International peer reviewed journals, more than 10 conference proceedings and she has co-authored one book chapter on chemical sensors.

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Papadimitropoulos, Giorgos, Kostis, Ioannis, Triantafyllopoulou, Roubini, Tsouti, Vasiliki, Vasilopoulou, Maria and Davazoglou, Dimitris, Investigation of porous hot-wire WO3 thin films for gas sensing application Microelectronic engineering, Elsevier, Volume 90, Pages: 51–54, 2012 [doi]

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