Dimitrios Argyropoulos



Mr. Dimitrios Panagiotis Argyropoulos

Democritus University of Thrace
Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
Micro- and Nanotechnology Lab
Vas. Sofias 12
67100, Xanthi, Greece

Dimitrios Panagiotis Argyropoulos has a diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering. His diploma and master thesis were on fabrication and characterization of graphene-based devices such as chemical sensors.

Currently he is doing his PhD in the field of lithium ion batteries. From 2017 he has worked and elaborated on various European projects on lithium ion batteries and he has worked as teaching assistant in the Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineeringon the subjects “Microelectronic Technology &Devices”, “Photovoltaics”, “Material Technology” and as a teaching and instructor at “Advances on Building Energy Management Systems Summer School”, June 2019, Xanthi, Greece, on the subjects of Photovoltaics and Energy Storage Systems.

The research focus is on the fabrication of silicon anodes for lithium ion batteries, graphene applications, micro and nano technology and other similar fields.

The main technologies in focus are fabrication of silicon graphene structures for lithium ion batteries.


“Silicon nanoparticles with a graphene shell as anodes for Lithium Ion Batteries: study of the role of silicon nanoparticles size”, ADVANCED BATTERY POWER, 24-25 March, Münster, Germany, 2020

“Silicon nanoparticles enwrapped with graphene as anode material for Lithium ion batteries”, 7th International Conference “Micro&Nano 2018”, 5-7 November, Thessaloniki, Greece, 2018

“Electrochemical Study and Modelling of Activated Carbon Cloth with reduced Graphene Oxide as Electrode for Supercapacitors”, 44th Micro- and Nano Engineering Conference, 24-27 September, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2018

“Permanent water swelling effect in low temperature thermally reduced graphene oxide,” Appl. Phys. Lett., vol. 110, no. 25, p. 252106, 2017

“The Effect of Thermal Reduction and Film Thickness on fast Response Transparent Graphene Oxide Humidity Sensors,” Procedia Eng., vol. 168, pp. 301–304, 2016

“Carbon fiber electrodes enhanced with graphene oxide for supercapacitors,” 2017 Panhellenic Conference on Electronics and Telecommunications (PACET), Xanthi, 2017, pp.1-4. doi: 10.1109/PACET.2017.8259987

“Transparent Graphene Oxide and Reduced Graphene Oxide Humidity Sensors”, 13th International Conference of Nanosciences & Nanotechnologies, 5-8 July, Thessaloniki, Greece, doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.10210.53446