Dr Dimitrios Louloudakis
Dr Dimitrios Louloudakis got his PhD in 2016 at University of Crete. His PhD thesis is focused on thermochromic and electrochromic coatings for smart windows applications. After his PhD, he worked as postdoctoral researcher at Technological Educational Institute of Crete on Smart electrochromic windows for energy saving applications and after that he joined the Australian National University to work on the synthesis and characterization of Gallium oxide thin films using a PLD system. In 2018 he joined the Chiang Mai University to work on the synthesis and characterization of tungsten oxide thin film using a spark method deposition. In 2019 he joined the Microelectronics group at Institute of Electronic Structure and Laser (FORTH) focusing on growth and characterization of 2D materials. In 2020 he joined the research the Institute of Plasma Physics and Laser (HMU) working on high harmonics generation. From 2019 he is also working as lecturer at the Hellenic Mediterranean University.