Dr Dimitra Georgiadou is a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellow in the Experimental Solid State Physics group (EXSS) at the Blackett Laboratory, Imperial College.
Dimitra received her PhD in Photochemistry/Organic Electronics from the National Technical University of Athens. Before that she obtained a Master’s Degree in Advanced Materials Science jointly from the Technical University of Munich, Ludvig-Maximilians University of Munich and University of Augsburg, while she also holds a Degree in Chemical Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens. She has gained industrial experience through internships in Procter&Gamble, Italy, and Schreiner Group, Germany.
Dimitra is currently working in the Advanced Materials and Devices (AMD) group of Professor Thomas Anthopoulos on the “A-LITHIA” project, where she explores the scalability potential of a novel patterning technique, adhesion lithography (a-Lith), into large area flexible substrates. In parallel, she follows a multidisciplinary research trajectory aiming at the development of high performance co-planar nano-scale electronic devices on the a-Lith patterned substrates, the architectures and dimensions of which would be difficult or far too expensive to obtain with traditional patterning techniques (e.g. e-beam lithography).
Targeted proof-of-concept applications include:
- radio frequency rectifying Schottky diodes
- light-emitting diodes (LEDs)
- piezoelectric nanogenerators
- non-volatile ferroelectric tunnel junction memories
- molecular nano-junctions
Her previous research interests involve the following:
- photochemical tuning of emission colour of fluorescent and phosphorescent emitters for application in polymer light-emitting diodes (PLEDs)
- solution-processed organic and inorganic materials used as interfacial layers in PLEDs and organic photovoltaics (OPVs)
- synthesis of mesoporous nanocrystalline TiO2 for application in dye sensitized solar cells (DSSCs)
Georgiadou DG, Semple J, Anthopoulos TD, 2017, Adhesion lithography for fabrication of printed radio-frequency diodes, Spie Newsroom
et al., 2017, Semiconductor-Free Nonvolatile Resistive Switching Memory Devices Based on Metal Nanogaps Fabricated on Flexible Substrates via Adhesion Lithography, IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices, Vol:64, ISSN:0018-9383, Pages:1973-1980
et al., 2014, Atomic-Layer-Deposited Aluminum and Zirconium Oxides for Surface Passivation of TiO2 in High-Efficiency Organic Photovoltaics, Advanced Energy Materials, Vol:4, ISSN:1614-6832
et al., 2013, All-Organic Sulfonium Salts Acting as Efficient Solution Processed Electron Injection Layer for PLEDs, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, Vol:5, ISSN:1944-8244, Pages:12346-12354
et al., 2014, Porphyrin oriented self-assembled nanostructures for efficient exciton dissociation in high-performing organic photovoltaics, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, Vol:2, ISSN:2050-7488, Pages:182-192
et al., 2009, "Brick and Mortar" Strategy for the Formation of Highly Crystalline Mesoporous Titania Films from Nanocrystalline Building Blocks, Chemistry of Materials, Vol:21, ISSN:0897-4756, Pages:1260-1265
et al., 2013, Solution processable tungsten polyoxometalate as highly effective cathode interlayer for improved efficiency and stability polymer solar cells, Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, Vol:114, ISSN:0927-0248, Pages:205-213
et al., 2008, Energy transfer processes among emitters dispersed in a single polymer layer for colour tuning in OLEDs, Physica Status Solidi A - Applications and Materials Science, Vol:205, ISSN:1862-6300, Pages:2526-2531
et al., 2012, The Influence of Hydrogenation and Oxygen Vacancies on Molybdenum Oxides Work Function and Gap States for Application in Organic Optoelectronics, Journal of the American Chemical Society, Vol:134, ISSN:0002-7863, Pages:16178-16187
et al., 2007, Tuning the emitting color of organic light-emitting diodes through photochemically induced transformations: Towards single-layer, patterned, full-color displays and white-lighting applications, Advanced Functional Materials, Vol:17, ISSN:1616-301X, Pages:3477-3485