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Dr Dimitris Davazoglou


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Dr Dimitris Davazoglou
Director of Research
P.O.Box 60228
153 10 Aghia Paraskevi
Athens - GREECE

Tel: +30-2106503117
Fax: +30-2106511723


  • B.Sc. in Physics, 1982, University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece
  • M. Sc. (D. E. A.), 1983, Electronics (option Microelectronics), University of Montpellier II, Montpellier, France
  • Ph.D. (Doctorat) in Electrical Engineering, 1987, University of Montpellier II, Montpellier, France


  • 2004-on, Research Director, Institute of Microelectronics, NSCR "Demokritos", Greece
  • 1999-2004, Associate Researcher, Institute of Microelectronics, NSCR "Demokritos", Greece
  • 1995-1999, Assistant Researcher, Institute of Microelectronics, NSCR "Demokritos", Greece
  • 1990- 1995, Research Scientist on contract, Institute of Microelectronics, NCSR Demokritos
  • 1988-1989, Military Service
  • 1986-1987, High School Professor (Maitre auxilliere, Academie de Montpellier)
  • 1990-1994, Assistant Professor of Electronics on contract, at the Technological Educational Institution (TEI) of Piraeus, Greece
  • 1990-on, Graduate Course Teaching for: Vacuum Technology, Chemical Vapor Deposition and Atomic Layer Deposition, Film Characterization and Integrated Circuits Metallization.


  • Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) and Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) of Metallic and Dielectric films
  • Solar Cells (Si and organic)
  • Integrated Gas Sensors


  1. Hot-wire vapor deposited tungsten and molybdenum oxide films used for carrier injection/transport in organic optoelectronic devices (Review Article) Vasilopoulou, M., D., Materials Science in Semiconductor Processing Volume 16, (2013), Pages 1196-1216

  2. Effect of the oxygen sub-stoichiometry and of hydrogen insertion on the formation of intermediate bands within the gap of disordered molybdenum oxide films, Kostis, I., Vourdas, N., Papadimitropoulos, G., Douvas, A., Vasilopoulou, M., Boukos, N., Davazoglou, D, Journal of Physical Chemistry C Volume 117, (2013), Pages 18013-18020

  3. The influence of hydrogenation and oxygen vacancies on molybdenum oxides work function and gap states for application in organic optoelectronics, Vasilopoulou, M., Douvas A.M., Georgiadou D.G., Palilis L.C., Kennou S., Sygellou  L., Soultati A., Kostis I., Papadimitropoulos  G., Davazoglou D., Argitis P., Journal of the American Chemical Society Vol. 134, (2012), Pages 16178-16187

  4. Reduction of tungsten oxide: A path towards dual functionality utilization for efficient anode and cathode interfacial layers in organic light-emitting diodes, Vasilopoulou, M., Palilis, L.C., Georgiadou, D.G., Douvas, A.M., Argitis, P., Kennou, S., Sygellou, L., Papadimitropoulos, G., Kostis, I., Stathopoulos, N.A., Davazoglou, D., Advanced Functional Materials Volume 21, (2011), Pages 1489-1497

  5. Copper films deposited by hot-wire chemical vapor deposition and direct-liquid-injection of CupraSelect®, G. Papadimitropoulos and D. Davazoglou, Chemical Vapor Deposition 13 (2007), 656.


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