Associate Researcher, FORTH – IESL
Dr. George Deligeorgis earned his PhD in 2008 working on GaAs based Semiconductor laser diodes for telecommunication applications. Following his PhD, he graphene devices became his principal research interest. Since 2010, he moved to LAAS-CNRS (Laboratory for analysis and architecture of Systems, National Center of Scientific Research), in France where he continued his activity in the same subject. He has recently (2015) accepted an Associate Researcher position in FORTH – IESL, Greece to work on high frequency graphene devices for radar applications.
Dr. Deligeorgis has worked on numerous projects in design and fabrication of compound semiconductor devices in the field of photonics and high frequency electronics (MMIC) for the last decade. He was involved in several National and European funded projects in the fields of photonics, RF device fabrication and polaritonic devices. He is currently heading the graphene and nanofabrication activity in his group, working on nonlinear graphene based RF devices and polariton optoelectronics devices combining his knowledge in physics and nanotechnology. He has published numerous articles in journals and has several invited and contributed talks. Finally, Dr.Deligeorgis is a founding member of the “Graphene Center, Greece”, member of the Steering board of Micro & Nano nanotechnology company, a member of several associations (IEEE e.t.c) and a reviewer in several international journals.