Associate Professor
The Condensed Matter Division
Κτίριο Α Τμήματος Φυσικής - 3ος Όροφος
Πανεπιστήμιο Πατρών, Σχολή Θετικών Επιστημών, Τμήμα Φυσικής, Τομέας Φυσικής Συμπυκνωμένης Ύλης, Ρίο Πατρών, 26500
+30 2610 996064
Hours Availability:
12:00-13:00 και Πέμπτη 11:00-13:00
Short Bio
Leonidas C. Palilis, Ph.D.
Date of Birth:                16April 1972
Place of Birth:               Athens, Greece
Nationality:                   Greek
Tel.:                              +30-2610-996064
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Aug. 2001 – Ph.D. in Experimental Condensed Matter and Materials Physics/Organic
Optoelectronics, Department of Physics & Astronomy, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom.
Specialization in Electronic & Photonic Molecular Materials & Devices – Ph.D.Thesis
entitled: “Device Physics of Conjugated Polymer Light Emitting Diodes”
Academic Advisor: Professor Donal D. C. Bradley
Sept. 1997 – B.Sc. in Physics, Department of Physics, National and KapodistrianUniversity of
Athens, Greece.
Grade point average (GPA) of 8.38/10 (Degree Characterization: ‘Very Good’).
Diploma dissertation entitled: “Electrical conductivity measurements of semiconducting
materials”, Solid State Physics Section, Department of Physics.
Sept. 2010 – Today
Assistant Professor
Section of Condensed Matter Physics, Department of Physics, University of Patras, Patras, Greece.
Instructor: Physics III and IV Laboratories (Department of Physics), General Physics Laboratory (Department of Biology).
Teaching Thermal and Statistical Physics, Quantum Physics II, and Atomic and Molecular Physics (Department of Physics).
Sept. 2010 – July 2011
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Higher School of Pedagogical and Technological Education (ASPETE), Athens, Greece. Department of Electrical Engineering.
Teaching: Electronics and Electrical/Electronic Circuits Theory
Jan. 2008 – Aug. 2010
Collaborating Researcher
NationalCenter for Scientific Research (NCSR) “Demokritos”, Institute of Microelectronics.
Research in Organic/Polymer Semiconducting Electronic Devices and Materials.
Group Leader: Dr. Panagiotis Argitis, Director of Research.
Mar. 2007 – Dec. 2007
Postdoctoral Researcher – Research Scientist
NationalCenter for Scientific Research (NCSR) “Demokritos”, Institute of Microelectronics.
Research Project: “Technology of Organic Semiconducting Electronic Materials and Devices”
Supervisor: Dr. Panagiotis Argitis, Director of Research.
Oct. 2006 − Jul. 2007, Sept. 2007 – Jul. 2008, Sept. 2008 – Jul. 2009 and Sept. 2009 – Jul. 2010
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Higher School of Pedagogical and Technological Education (ASPETE), Athens, Greece. Departments of Electrical and Electronic Engineering.
Teaching: Electronics (4 semesters in the Department of Electrical Engineering)
                   Electromagnetism (2 semesters in the Department of Electronic Engineering)
                   Electrical/Electronic Circuits Theory (4 semesters in each Department)
                   Microelectronics & VLSI (2 semesters in the Department of Electronic Engineering)
Oct. 2007 – Jul. 2008, Sept. 2008 – Jul. 2009 and Sept. 2009 – Jul. 2010
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Technological and Educational Institute (TEI) of Halkidas, Halkida, Greece.
Department of Aircraft Technology.
Teaching: Electronics (6 semesters)
Oct. 2006 – Jul. 2007
Adjunct Lecturer
Technological and Educational Institute (TEI) of Halkidas, Halkida, Greece.
Departments of Electrical Engineering and Aircraft Technology.
Instructor: Electronics Laboratory (2 semesters in each department).
Oct. 2006 – Jul. 2007
Adjunct Lecturer
Technological and Educational Institute (TEI) of Piraeus, Aigaleo, Athens, Greece.
Department of Physics, Chemistry, and Materials Technology.
Instructor: Physics Laboratory (2 semesters).
Oct. 2001 – May 2005 & Sept. 2005 – Dec. 2005
Postdoctoral Researcher – Research Scientist
US Naval Research Laboratory (NRL), Organic Optoelectronics Section,Optical
SciencesDivision, WashingtonDC, &SFA Inc., Advanced Technology and
Government Solutions Division, Crofton MD, USA.
Research Project: “Molecular Semiconducting Electronic Materials and Plastic Organic
Optoelectronic/Photonic Devices”
Supervisor: Dr. Zakya H. Kafafi, Section Head.
Jun. 1999 – Oct. 1999
Graduate Research Assistant
The Dow Chemical Company, Central and New Businesses R&D Laboratories,
MidlandMI, USA.
Research Project: “Electrical conductivity and photoluminescence quantum yield
measurements of polyfluorene- based conjugated polymer semiconductors”
Supervisor: Dr. Mark T. Bernius, Senior Research Scientist.
Oct. 2008 – Today
Supervising researcher of two postgraduate students at the Institute of
Microelectronics in NCSR “Demokritos”.
May 2003 – Aug. 2003
Supervising researcher of a summer undergraduate student at NRL.
Oct. 1997 – May 1998 & Oct. 1998 – May 1999
Teaching Assistant/Laboratory Instructor at the General Physics Laboratory, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom.
Duties included assisting in preparing the experiments, instructing and helping students to do the experiments and grading their reports.
Oct. 1997 – Mar. 2001: White Rose PhD Research Scholarship, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom.
Jun. 1999 – Oct. 1999: Research Assistant Scholarship, Central and New Businesses R&D Laboratories, Dow Chemical Company, USA.
Jan. 2002 – Dec. 2004: Honored as a distinguished Greek scientist that excels in scientific research abroad, Greek Ministry of National Defense. Deferment of military service was granted.
Nov. 2006: Listed in Marquis “Who’s Who in Science and Engineering”.
My research work has focused in the field of ExperimentalSolidState and Materials Physics, and in particular Physics of Molecular/Polymer Organic Semiconductors and
Electronic Devices with emphasis in applications in Plastic Molecular Organic Optoelectronics and Photonic Devices. I have significant research expertise in areas
such as a) Characterization of molecular and polymeric semiconductors through studies of their optical and electronics properties with various spectroscopic and electro-optic
methods. b) Design, fabrication and characterization of flexible plastic optoelectronic (with nm dimensions) and modeling of their operation. Examples of devices
include light emitting diodes, photovoltaic cells, waveguides, memories and sensors.
Optical, electrical, electronic, transport and structural properties of organic and inorganic semiconducting materials, molecular electronic and conjugated polymeric materials, carbon nanotubes, organic-inorganic hybrid and nanocrystalline materials and their applications in plastic/molecular nano-electronic devices in optoelectronics, photonics and nanotechnology. Electronic and photonic device applications include the development and characterization of devices such as light emitting diodes, photovoltaic cells, waveguides, lasers, transistors, sensors, memories and amplifiers. Optical and electronic spectroscopy in molecular heterojunctions, atomic and electronic microscopy, photophysics and electronic device physics/engineering. Correlation of electronic structure with device performance. Nanostructured functional materials and nanostructure development for flexible molecular nano-electronic devices.
A. In Peer-Reviewed International Scientific Journals
1. “Electrical transport and EPR properties of the αβ, and γ phases of Fe2WO6”, N.Guskos, V.Likodimos, S.Glenis, S.K.Patapis, L.C.Palilis, J.Typek, M.Wabia, I.Rychlowska-Himmel, Physical Review B, Vol. 60, Iss. 11, p. 7687-7690, 1999.
 2. “Bright and efficient blue and green light-emitting diodes based on conjugated polymer blends”, L.C.Palilis, D.G.Lidzey, M.Redecker, D.D.C.Bradley, M.Inbasekaran, E.P.Woo, W.W.Wu, Synthetic Metals, Vol. 111-112, p. 159-163, 2000.
 3. “Origin of electrophosphorescence from a doped polymer light emitting diode”, P.A.Lane, L.C.Palilis, D.F.O’Brien, C.Giebeler, A.J.Cadby, D.G.Lidzey, A.J.Campbell, W.Blau, D.D.C.Bradley, Physical Review B, Vol. 63, Iss. 23, p. 5206-5213, 2001.
 4. “Electrophosphorescence from a doped polymer light emitting diode”, D.F.O’Brien, C.Giebeler, R.B.Fletcher, A.J.Cadby, L.C.Palilis, D.G.Lidzey, P.A.Lane, D.D.C.Bradley, W.Blau, Synthetic Metals, Vol. 116, Iss. 1-3, p. 379-383, 2001.
 5. “Enhanced performance of pulse driven small area polyfluorene light emitting diodes”, C.I.Wilkinson, D.G.Lidzey, L.C.Palilis, R.B.Fletcher, S.J.Martin, X.H.Wang, D.D.C.Bradley, Applied Physics Letters, Vol. 79, Iss. 2, p. 171-173, 2001.
 6. “High performance blue light-emitting diodes based on conjugated polymer blends”, L.C.Palilis, D.G.Lidzey, M.Redecker, D.D.C.Bradley, M.Inbasekaran, E.P.Woo, W.W.Wu, Synthetic Metals, Vol. 121, Iss. 1, p. 1729-1730, 2001.
 7. “Highly efficient molecular organic light-emitting diodes based on exciplex emission”, L.C.Palilis, A.J.Makinen, M.Uchida, Z.H.Kafafi, Applied Physics Letters, Vol. 82, Iss. 14, p. 2209-2211, 2003.
 8. “High efficiency molecular organic light-emitting diodes based on silole derivatives and their exciplexes”, L.C.Palilis, H.Murata, M.Uchida, Z.H.Kafafi, Organic Electronics, Vol. 4, Iss. 2, p. 113-121, 2003 (Invited).
 9. “Determination of the width of the carrier recombination zone in organic light-emitting diodes”, J. Kalinowski, L.C.Palilis, W.H.Kim, Z.H.Kafafi, Journal of Applied Physics, Vol. 94, Iss. 12, p. 7764-7767, 2003.
 10. “Electron injection in “electron-only” devices based on a symmetric metal/silole/metal structure”, L.C.Palilis, M.Uchida, Z.H.Kafafi, IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, Vol. 10, Iss. 1, p. 79-88, 2004 (Invited).
11. “Functionalized pentacene derivatives for use as red emitters in organic light-emitting diodes”, M.A.Wolak, B.B.Jang, L.C.Palilis, Z.H.Kafafi, Journal of Physical Chemistry B, Vol. 108, Iss. 18, p. 5492-5499, 2004.
12. “Efficient silole-based organic light-emitting diodes using high conductivity polymer anodes”, W.H.Kim, L.C.Palilis, M.Uchida, Z.H.Kafafi, Chemistry of Materials, Vol. 16, Iss. 23, p. 4681-4686, 2004 (Invited).
13. “Excitation energy transfer in tris(8-hydroxyquinolinato)aluminum doped with a pentacene derivative”, L.C.Palilis, J.S.Melinger, M.A.Wolak, Z.H.Kafafi, Journal of Physical Chemistry B, Vol. 109, Iss. 12, p. 5456-5463, 2005.
14. “Photophysical properties of dioxolane-substituted pentacene derivatives dispersed in tris(quinolin-8-olato)aluminum(III)”, M.A.Wolak, J.S.Melinger, P.A.Lane, L.C.Palilis, C.A.Landis, J.Delcamp, J.E.Anthony, Z.H.Kafafi, Journal of Physical Chemistry B, Vol. 110, Iss. 15, p. 7928-7937, 2006.
15. “Dynamics of energy transfer of a dioxolane-substituted pentacene dispersed in 4,4-bis[N-1-napthyl-N-phenylamino]biphenyl”, M.A.Wolak, J.S.Melinger, P.A.Lane, L.C.Palilis, C.A.Landis, J.Delcamp, J.E.Anthony, Z.H.Kafafi, Journal of Physical Chemistry B, Vol. 110, Iss. 22, p. 10606-10611, 2006.
16 . “Organic photovoltaic cells with high opencircuit voltages based on pentacene derivatives”, L.C.Palilis, P.A.Lane, G.P.Kushto, B.Purushothaman, J.E.Anthony, Z.H.Kafafi, Organic Electronics, Vol. 9, Iss. 5, p. 747-752, 2008.
 17. “A combined experimental and simulation studyon thicknessdependence of the emission characteristics in multicolor single layer organic light-emitting diodes”, N.A.Stathopoulos, M.Vasilopoulou, L.C.Palilis, D.G.Georgiadou, P.Argitis, Applied PhysicsLetters,Vol. 93, Iss. 8, p. 3310-3312, 2008.
 18. “All-organic optocouplers based on polymer light-emitting diodes and photodetectors”, N.A.Stathopoulos, L.C.Palilis, M.Vasilopoulou, A.Botsialas, P.Falaras, P.Argitis, PhysicaStatusSolidi (Α) Applications and Materials, Vol. 205, Iss. 11, p. 2522-2525, 2008.
 19. “Energy transfer processes among emitters dispersed in a single polymer layer for colour tuning in OLEDs”, D.G.Georgiadou, M.Vasilopoulou, G.Pistolis, L.C.Palilis, D. Dimotikali, P.Argitis, Physica Status Solidi (Α) Applications and MaterialsVol. 205, Iss. 11, p. 2526-2531, 2008.
 20. “Photopatterned PLEDarraysforbiosensingapplications”, M.Vasilopoulou, D.G.Georgiadou, L.C.Palilis, A.Botsialas, P.S.Petrou, S.E.Kakabakos, P.Argitis, Microelectronic Engineering, Vol. 86, Iss. 4-6, p. 1511-1514, 2009.
 21. “Highlytransparentpartiallyfluorinatedmethacrylatepolymersforopticalwaveguides”, M.Vasilopoulou, A.M.Douvas, L.C.Palilis, P.Bayiati, D. Alexandropoulos, N.A.Stathopoulos, P.Argitis, Microelectronic Engineering, Vol. 86, Iss. 4-6, p. 1142-1145, 2009.
 22.“A water soluble inorganic molecular oxide as a novel efficient electron injection layer for hybrid light-emitting diodes (HyLEDs)”, L.C.Palilis, M.Vasilopoulou, D.G.Georgiadou, P.Argitis, OrganicElectronics, Vol. 11, Iss. 5, p. 887-894, 2010.
23. “Optical modeling of hybrid polymer solar cells using a transmission line model and comparison with experimental results”, N.A.Stathopoulos, L.C.Palilis, S.P.Savaidis, S.Yesayan, M.Vasilopoulou, G.Papadimitropoulos, D.Davazoglou, P.Argitis, IEEEJournalofSelectedTopicsinQuantumElectronics, Vol. 16, Iss. 6, p. 1784-1791, 2010.
24. “Reduction of tungsten oxide: a path towards dual functionality utilization as efficient anode and cathode interfacial layers in Organic Light-Emitting Diodes”, M. Vasilopoulou, L.C.Palilis, D.G.Georgiadou, A.M.Douvas, P.Argitis, S.Kennou, L. Syggelou, G.Papadimitropoulos, I.Kostis, Ν.Α.Stathopoulos, D.Davazoglou, AdvancedFunctionalMaterials, Vol. 21, Iss. 8, p. 1489-1497, 2011.
 25. “Reduced molybdenum oxide as an efficient electron injection layer in polymer light-emitting diodes”, M.Vasilopoulou, L.C.Palilis, D.G.Georgiadou, P.Argitis, S.Kennou, L.Syggelou, I.Kostis, G.Papadimitropoulos, N.Konofaos, A.A.Iliadis, D.Davazoglou, AppliedPhysicsLetters, Vol. 98, Iss. 12, p. 3301-3303, 2011.
 26. “Tungsten oxides as interfacial layers for improved performance in hybrid optoelectronic devices”, M.Vasilopoulou, L.C.Palilis, D.G.Georgiadou, P.Argitis, S.Kennou, I.Kostis, G.Papadimitropoulos, N.A.Stathopoulos, A.A.Iliadis, N.Konofaos, D.Davazoglou, Thin Solid Films, Vol. 519, Iss. 17, p. 5748-5753, 2011.
27. “Reduced Transition Metal Oxides as Electron Injection Layers in Hybrid-PLEDs”M.Vasilopoulou, L.C.Palilis, D.G.Georgiadou, P.Argitis, S.Kennou, L.Syggelou, N. Konofaos, A.Iliadis, I.Kostis, G.Papadimitropoulos, D.Davazoglou, MicroelectronicEngineering, Vol. 90, p. 59-61, 2012.
 28. “Incorporating triphenyl sulfonium salts in polyfluorene PLEDs: An all-organic approach to improved charge injection”, D.G.Georgiadou, L.C.Palilis, M.Vasilopoulou, G.Pistolis, D.Dimotikali, P.Argitis, Journal of Materials Chemistry, Vol. 21, Iss. 25, p. 9296-9301, 2011.
29. “A transmission line model for the optical simulation of multilayer structures and its application for oblique illumination of an organic solar cell”, N.A.Stathopoulos, L.C. Palilis, S.R.Yesayan, S.P.Savaidis, M.Vasilopoulou, P.Argitis, Journal of Applied Physics, Vol. 110, p. 114506-01-114506-10, 2011.
30. “Barrierless hole injection through sub-bandgap occupied states in organic light emitting diodes using substoichiometric MoOanode interfacial layer”, M.Vasilopoulou, L.C.Palilis, D.G.Georgiadou, S.Kennou, I.Kostis, D.Davazoglou, P.Argitis, Applied Physics Letters, Vol. 100, p. 013311-1 – 013311-4, 2012.
 31. “High performance organic light emitting diodes using substoichiometric tungsten oxide as efficient hole injection layer”, M.Vasilopoulou, G.Papadimitropoulos, L.C.Palilis, D.G.Georgiadou, P.Argitis, S.Kennou, I.Kostis, N.Vourdas, N.A.Stathopoulos, D.Davazoglou, Organic Electronics, Vol. 13, p. 796-806, 2012.
 32. “The influence of hydrogenation and oxygen vacancies in molybdenum oxides work function and gap states for application in organic optoelectronics”, M.Vasilopoulou, A.M.Douvas, D.G.Georgiadou, L.C.Palilis, S.Kennou, L.Sygellou, A.Soultati, I.Kostis, G.Papadimitropoulos, D.Davazoglou, P.Argitis,Journal of the Americal Chemical Society, Vol. 134, p. 16178-16187, 2012.
33. “Effect of triphenylsulfonium triflate addition in wide band-gap polymer light-emitting diodes: improved charge injection, transport, and electroplex-induced emission tuning”, D.G.Georgiadou, L.C.Palilis, M.Vasilopoulou, G.Pistolis, D.Dimotikali, P.Argitis, RSC Advances, Vol. 2, p. 11786-11792, 2012.
 34. “Atomic layer deposited ultra thin zirconium oxide electron injection layer for efficient organic light emitting diodes”, M.Vasilopoulou, S.Kennou, S.Ladas, S.N.Georga, M.Botzakaki, D.Skarlatos, C.A.Krontiras, N.A.Stathopoulos, P.Argitis,L.C.PalilisOrganic Electronics, Vol. 14, p. 312-319, 2013.
35. “Solutionprocessabletungstenpolyoxometalateashighly effective cathode interlayerforimprovedefficiencyandstabilitypolymersolarcells”, L.C.Palilis, M.Vasilopoulou, A.M.Douvas, D.G.Georgiadou, S.Kennou, N.A.Stathopoulos, V.Constantoudis, P.Argitis,Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, Vol. 114, p. 205-213, 2013.
36. “Influence of the anion on the optoelectronic characteristics of triphenylsulfonium salts modified polymer light emitting devices”, D.G.Georgiadou, L.C.Palilis, M.Vasilopoulou, G.Pistolis, D.Dimotikali, P.Argitis, Synthetic Metals, Vol. 181, p. 37-44, 2013.
 37.“Solution-processed hydrogen molybdenum bronzes as highly conducting anode interfacial layers in efficient organic photovoltaics”, A.Soultati, A.M.Douvas, D.G.Georgiadou, L.C.Palilis, T.Bein, J.M.Feckl, S.Gardelis, M.Fakis, S.Kennou, P.Falaras, T.Stergiopoulos, N.A.Stathopoulos, D.Davazoglou, P.Argitis, M.Vasilopoulou, Advanced Energy Materials, DOI:10.1002/aenm.201300896.

38. “Porphyrin oriented self-assempled nanostructures for efficient exciton dissociation in highly performing organic photovoltaics”, M.Vasilopoulou, D.G.Georgiadou, A.M.Douvas, A.Soultati, V.Constantoudis, D.Davazoglou, S.Gardelis, L.C.Palilis, M.Fakis, S.Kennou, T.Lazarides, A.G.Coutsolelos, P.Argitis, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, Vol. 2, p. 182-192, 2014.

39. “All-organic sulfonium salts acting as efficient solution processed electron injection layer for PLEDs”, D.G.Georgiadou, M.Vasilopoulou, L.C.Palilis, I.D.Petsalakis, G.Theodorakopoulos, V.Constantoudis, S.Kennou, A.Karantonis, D.Dimotikali, P.Argitis, ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, Vol. 5, p. 12346-12354, 2013.

40. “Hydrogenated under-stoichiometric tungsten oxide anode interlayers for efficient and stable organic photovoltaics”, M.Vasilopoulou, A.Soultati, D.G.Georgiadou, T.Stergiopoulos, L.C.Palilis, S.Kennou, N.A.Stathopoulos, D.Davazoglou,P.Argitis, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, Vol. 2, p. 1738-1749, 2014, .
 B. In Refereed International Conference Proceedings
1. “Bright and efficient blue light-emitting diodes based on conjugated polymer blends”, L.C.Palilis, D.G.Lidzey, M.Redecker, D.D.C.Bradley, M.Inbasekaran, E.P.Woo, W.W.Wu, Proceedings SPIE, Vol. 3797, p. 383-397, 1999.
 2. “High brightness and efficiency green light-emitting diodes based on fluorene-containing conjugated polymers and associated blends”, L.C.Palilis, C.I.Wilkinson, D.G.Lidzey, D.D.C.Bradley, M.Inbasekaran, W.W.Wu, Proceedings SPIE, Vol. 4105, p. 390-404, 2001.
 3. “Efficient blue-green molecular organic light emitting diodes based on novel silole derivatives”, L.C.Palilis, H.Murata, A.J.Makinen, M.Uchida, Z.H.Kafafi, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, Vol. 725, p. 19-30, 2002.
 4. “Efficient molecular organic light-emitting diodes based on silole derivatives”, L.C.Palilis, A.J.Makinen, H.Murata, M.Uchida, Z.H.Kafafi, Proceedings SPIE, Vol. 4800, p. 256-270, 2003.
5. “Polymer electrodes for flexible organic light-emitting devices”, W.H.Kim, L.C.Palilis, A.J.Makinen, H.Kim, M.Uchida, Z.H.Kafafi, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, Vol. 814, p. 343-354, 2004. 
6. “High-efficiency silole-based molecular organic light-emitting devices using highly conducting polymer anode contacts”, W.H.Kim, L.C.Palilis, M.Uchida, Z.H.Kafafi, Proceedings SPIE, Vol. 5214, p. 180-187, 2004.
7. “Energy transfer and excitation migration in a doped organic semiconductor”, P.A.Lane, M.A.Wolak, J.S.Melinger, L.C.Palilis, C.A.Landis, J.Delcamp, J.E.Anthony, Z.H.Kafafi, Proceedings SPIE, Vol. 5937, p. 09, 2005.
8. “Organicphotovoltaiccellsbasedonfunctionalizedpentacenes”, P.A.Lane,L.C.Palilis, G.P.Kushto, Z.H.Kafafi, B.Purushothaman, J.E.Anthony, ProceedingsSPIE, Vol. 7052, p. 70521J, 2008.
9. “Flexible organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) based on a blue emitting polyfluorene”, M.Vasilopoulou, L.C.Palilis, A.Botsialas, D.G.Georgiadou, P.Bayiati, N.Vourdas, P.S.Petrou, G.Pistolis, N.A.Stathopoulos, P.Argitis, Physica StatusSolidi (C) Current Topics in Solid State Physics,Vol. 5, Iss. 12, p. 3658-3662, 2008.
10. “Memory structures based on the self-organization of Cu nanoparticles deposited by hot-wire CVD on polythiophene layers”, P.Dimitrakis, G.Papadimitropoulos, L.C.Palilis, M.Vasilopoulou, P.Normand, P.Argitis, D.Davazoglou, ECS Transactions, Vol. 25, Iss. 8 Part 2, p. 1073-1079, 2009.
11. “Nanostructured metal oxides as cathode interfacial layers for hybrid polymer electronic devices”, M.Vasilopoulou, L.C.Palilis, D.G.Georgiadou, P.Argitis, I.Kostis, G.Papadimitropoulos, Ν.Α.Stathopoulos, A.Iliadis, N.Konofaos, D.Davazoglou, Advances in Science and Technology (CIMTEC 2010 Proceedings), Vol. 75 (5th Forum on New Materials Part D), p. 74-78, 2010.
I also have 35 oral presentations and 50 poster presentations in international scientific conferences.
My work has received approximately 1060 citations, of which 840 are from other researchers while 960 are from researchers that I have at least a common publication with. H-index=17