UNIVERSITY OF IOANNINA - DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS

DIVISION OF SOLID STATE PHYSICS and the PHYSICS OF MATERIALS & SURFACES

 

 


Thomas Bakas

Associate Professor

 

Office: 2-216

Lab: Physics of Materials (2-215/2-220)

Office Tel No: +30-26510-98512

Lab Tel No: +30-26510-98508

Fax: +30-26510-98690

-mail: tbakas@cc.uoi.gr

 

 

 

Education

      Ph. D. in Physics, Department of Physics, University of Ioannina, Greece.

      B.Sc. in Physics, University of Ioannina, Greece.

 

Career Summary

      2000-today: Associate Professor, Department of Physics, University of Ioannina.

      1992-2000: Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, University of Ioannina.

      1982-1992: Lecturer, Department of Physics, University of Ioannina.

 

Research Interests

Structural, electronic and magnetic properties of solids, spin electronics, thin films, amorphous materials, physical properties of minerals.

 

Selected Publications

[1] Supramolecular Assemply of Hexagonal Mesostructured Germanium Sulfide and Selenide Nanocomposites Incorporating the Biologically Relevant Fe4S4 Cluster. Trikalitis P.N., et al., Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 39, No 24, 4558-62, (2000).

[2] Hexagonal mesostructured chalcogenide grameworks formed by linking [Ge4Q10]4- (Q= S, Se) clusters with Sb3+ and Sn4+ Rangan R.K., Trikalitis P.N., Bakas T., Kanatzidis M.G., Chem. Comm., 809, (2001).

[3] Varied pore organization in mesostructured semiconductors based on the [SnSe4]4- anion, Trikalitis P.N., Rangan K.K., Bakas T., Kanatzidis, M.G., Nature, 40, 671-675, (2001).

[4] Catalytic synthesis of carbon nanotubes on clay minerals, Gournis D., Karakassides M.A., Bakas T., Boukos N., Petridis D., Carbon, 40 (14): 2641-2646, (2002).

[5] Carbon nanotubes encapsulating superconducting single-crystalline tin nanowires, Jankovic L,et al., Nano Letters, 6 (6), 1131-1135, (2006).

[6] The influence of defects on the electron-transfer and magnetic properties of RbxMn[Fe(CN)6]y. zH2O, Vertelman EJM,et. al., Chem. of Mater., 18 (7), 1951-1963, (2006).

[7] Carbon nanotubes encapsulating superconducting single-crystalline tin nanowires, Jankovic L, et al., Nano Letters, 6 (6), 1131-1135, (2006).