The 7th Ed. of the Smart Materials and Surfaces - SMS 2022 Conference

Speaker's Details

Dr. Christos Riziotis

National Hellenic Research Foundation Theoretical and Physical Chemistry Institute, Greece

Dr. Christos RIZIOTIS is a Principal Researcher / Research Assoc. Professor at the Theoretical and Physical Chemistry Institute of the National Hellenic Research Foundation -NHRF, Athens, Greece where he is leading the activity "Applied Photonics-Materials and Devices". Dr. Riziotis is also Honorary DSRI Fellow of the Defence and Security Research Institute, University of Nicosia, Cyprus. He holds a Ph.D. in Photonics from Optoelectronics Research Centre, University of Southampton, UK, an M.Sc. in Electronics and Telecommunications and a Degree in Physics both from National University of Athens. His research interests cover the areas of photonic materials, integrated optics, direct laser writing, fibre sensors, optical communications, nanophotonics, plasmonics, and quantum photonics. His work has led to a number of successfully demonstrated applications in defence industry, Structural Health Monitoring, industrial process monitoring, chemical sensors and biomedical / healthcare devices. He has participated or developed a number of collaborations and R&D projects with industry (Pirelli Cavi, Southampton Photonics, Stratophase, MBDA Missile Systems, Kleemann Lifts S.A., Opticon S.A., Bayern Chemie Propellants GmbH etc). He has authored a wide thematic range of around 100 publications in Journals and international conference proceedings, holding also three (3) patents. He is reviewer in over 45 technical Journals, committee member in a number of international conferences, editorial board member and Guest editor in several Journals in sensors, materials and instrumentation. He serves also as Management Committee Member for a number of research academic networks like COST Actions in the areas of sensing, novel materials, manufacturing, and healthcare, while served also as expert in the IEC Standardization Committee for Fibre Optic Sensors