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Emmanuel I. Stratakis

office
IESL Bldg.
telephone
+30 2810391274 (office)
e-mail
stratak@materials.uoc.gr

Research Interests

Short Curriculum Vitae

Dr. Emmanuel Stratakis received his PhD from the Physics Department of the University of Crete in 2001. Since 2003 he joined as a visiting Researcher the Institute of Electronic Structure and Laser (IESL) of FORTH and as a visiting Professor the Department of Materials Science and Technology, University of Crete, where he remains until today. In the autumns of 2006 and 2008 he was invited as a visiting Researcher at the University of California, Berkeley, U.S. In 2007 he was elected Research Associate at IESL-FORTH where he is leading the "Ultrafast Laser Micro- and Nano- processing activity". He has a long-term experience in the optical, structural and electrical characterization of materials and the development of innovative manufacturing techniques of micro/nano structures based on lasers. His main research interests include the development of 3D biomaterials scaffolds for tissue regeneration, the fabrication and study of biomimetic and responsive materials for microfluidic applications and the development of innovative diagnostic techniques at the nanoscale based on Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) complemented with fs laser illumination. His scientific work includes 40 publications in refereed journals (till August 2010), 4 chapters in refereed books, 1 patent and 2 undergraduate course books. He currently participates in 4 EU administered research projects.

Extended CV

Selected Recent Publications

  1. "Biomimetic artificial surfaces quantitatively reproduce the water repellency of a Lotus leaf", V. Zorba, E. Stratakis*, M. Barberoglou, E. Spanakis, P. Tzanetakis, S. H. Anastasiadis and C. Fotakis. Advanced Materials 20, (2008), 4049.
  2. "Imaging dielectric properties of Si nanowire oxide with conductive atomic force microscopy complemented with femtosecond laser illumination", E. Stratakis, N. Misra, E. Spanakis, D. J. Hwang, C. P. Grigoropoulos, C. Fotakis, P. Tzanetakis, Nano Letters 8, (2008) 1949.
  3. "Polymer-nanotube composite mats with improved field emission performance and stability", E. Stratakis*, E. Kymakis, E. Spanakis, P. Tzanetakis, and E. Koudoumas, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 11, (2009) 703-709.
  4. "Laser writing of nanostructures on bulk Al via its ablation in liquids", E. Stratakis, V. Zorba, M. Barberoglou, C. Fotakis, and G. A. Shafeev, Nanotechnology 20, (2009) 105303.
  5. "Reversible Photoinduced Wettability Transition of Hierarchical ZnO Structures", E. L. Papadopoulou, M. Barberoglou, V. Zorba, A. Manousaki, A. Pagkozidis, E. Stratakis*, and C. Fotakis, J. Phys. Chem. C 113, (2009) 2891.
  6. "Generation of Al nanoparticles via ablation of bulk Al in liquids with short laser pulses", E. Stratakis*, M. Barberoglou, C. Fotakis, G. Viau, C. Garcia, and G. A. Shafeev, Optics Express 17, (2009) 12650.
  7. "Neurons on rough silicon", E.L. Papadopoulou, A. Samara, M. Barberoglou, A. Manousaki, S.N. Pagakis, E. Anastasiadou, C. Fotakis, and E. Stratakis, Tissue Engineering C 16, (2010) 497-502.
  8. "Tuning cell adhesion by controlling the roughness and wettability of 3D micro/nano silicon structures", A. Ranella, M. Barberoglou, S. Bakogianni, C. Fotakis and E. Stratakis*, Acta Biomaterialia 6, (2010) 2711–2720.
  9. "Three-dimensional carbon nanowall field emission arrays", E. Stratakis*, R. Giorgi, M. Barberoglou, Th. Dikonimos, E. Salernitano, N. Lisi, and E. Kymakis, Appl. Phys. Lett. 96, (2010) 043110-043112.
  10. "From Superhydrophobicity and Water Repellency to Superhydrophilicity: Smart Polymer-Functionalized Surfaces", E. Stratakis, A. Mateescu, M. Barberoglou, M. Vamvakaki, C. Fotakis and S. H. Anastasiadis, Chem. Commun., 46, (2010) 4136-4138.
  11. "Electrowetting Properties of Micro/Nanostructured Black Silicon", M. Barberoglou, V. Zorba, A. Pagozidis, C. Fotakis and E. Stratakis*, Langmuir, 26, (2010) 13007-13014.

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