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Prof. Emmanuel Kymakis

Prof. Emmanuel Kymakis
Education
  • Ph. D. in Electrical Engineering, Cambridge University (1999-2003)
  • B.Eng in Electrical Engineering & Electronics, First Class Honours, Liverpool University (1995-1999)
Appointments
  • Full Professor (tenured), Dept. of Electrical Engineering, TEI of Crete, Greece (Dec 2016-   )
  • Associate Professor (tenured), Dept. of Electrical Engineering, TEI of Crete, Greece (Dec 2012- Dec 2015 )
  • Assistant Professor (tenure track), Dept. of Electrical Engineering, TEI of Crete, Greece (Apr 2009-Dec 2012)
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor, Dept. of Electrical Engineering, TEI of Crete, Greece (Sep 2005-Apr 2009)
  • Consultant Engineer in the field of Photovoltaics and Solar Thermal (Jun 2006 – 2009).
  • Director of the Electronics Laboratory, Electrical Engineering Dept, TEI of Crete, Greece (Jun 2010-today)
  • Visiting Research Associate, Department of Engineering, Cambridge University (Nov 2004 – 2010)
Awards, Distinctions, and Fellowships
  • Elected member of the General Assembly of the Hellenic Foundation for Research and Innovation (ELIDEK).
  • Associate Editor of RSC Advances 2015-
  • Deputy Leader of WP11 of Graphene Flagship, 2016-
  • Research Award for Excellence by IKY/Siemens, 2016
  • Excellence (ARISTEIA II) Award by the General Sectratariat of Research & Technology, 2014
  • Emerging Investigator – RSC Chemical Communications, 2014
  • National Representative and Member of the Management Committee of the COST MP1307: Stable Next-Generation Photovoltaics: Unraveling degradation mechanisms of Organic Solar Cells by complementary characterization techniques (StableNextSol
  • National Representative and Member of the Management Committee of the COST MP1202: Rational design of hybrid organic-inorganic interfaces: the next step towards advanced functional materials
  • National Representative and Member of the Management Committee of the Cost action MP0902: Composites of Inorganic Nanotubes and Polymers
  • Member of the Steering committee of the ESF research programme ‘New generation of organic based photovoltaic devices’ (ORGANISOLAR)
  • Visiting Faculty, Cambridge University
  • Honorary Lecturer, University of Connecticut, Institute of Material Sciences
  •  One of the most promising young researchers in Greece (Imerisia newspaper)
  •  Cambridge European Trust Fellowship
  • Isaac Newton Research Studentship for PhD at Cambridge University
  • EPSRC Research Scholarship, for study towards a PhD

Contact

Technological Educational Institute of Crete School of Applied Technology, Electrical Engineering Department

Estavromenos P.B 1939, Heraklion, GR-71 004, Crete, Greece [TEL] +30 2810 37 98 95 [FAX] +30 2810 37 98 44

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