August 2011-Present: Postdoctoral Research fellow at the Harvard School of Public Health working on the following projects:
- Development of Engineered Water Nanostructure generation system for airborne bacteria and formites removal.
- Development of Safer Formulation Concept for engineered nanoparticles.
- AFM study of the nanoparticles interactions in physiological fluids and their correlation to toxicology.
July 2011-Present: Marie Curie Fellow University of Crete, Department of Biology
May 2010-November 2010: Service to the Greek Army, Lance Corporal
July 2006-April 2010: Post Doctoral Associate, Particle Engineering Research Center, University of Florida with duties and tasks described below:
August 2009 – April 2010: Coordinator of the course “Nano For the Rest of Us”
August 2006-April 2010:
- Co-Instructorfor the class of Interfacial Phenomena I & II
- Assisted in Grant Proposal writing
- bioRaman project: The use of Raman Spectroscopy for in situ toxicological evaluation of nanoparticles.
- Mentoring three undergraduate students.
September 2002-May 2006: Graduate research Assistant, Materials Science and Engineering, University of Florida- PERC. Dissertation Title: Titania Carbon Nanotubes composites for Enhanced Photocatalysis.
- Development of advanced photocatalytic materials based on carbon structures.
- Measured the Mechanical Behavior of Spores and Bacteria by AFM.
- Measured the Interactions Between micro/nano-particles and polymer with the Colloidal AFM Probe Technique.
August 2001-July 2002: Teaching Assistant, University of Florida
- Materials Selection and Failure Analysis, Spring 2002
- Synthesis and Characterization of Electronic Materials, Fall 2001