Research Profile for Kouzoudis Dimitrios

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Zeo-Magnetic Sensors Lab
Department of Chemical Engineering
Research Activity
Sensors, Magnetoealstic materials, Magnetostrictive materials, Metglas,
Our lab focuses on the design of zeo-magnetic sensors for detection of various gasses such as CO2, N2, CH4. This is accomplished by developing thin Al/Si zeolite films (20 - 50 μm) on an amorphous Fe40Ni38Mo4B18 metglass magnetoelastic ribbon (17 mm x 6 mm x 28 μm ).

Research Infrastructure
Dr. Dimitris Kouzoudis
Engineering Sciences Department
University of Patras, 26504, Patra

Dr. Vladimiros Nikolakis
Associate Researcher

Magnetoelastic Resonator
Research Activities
Design and Fabrication of CO2 sensor
Detection of VOCs (volatile organic compounds)
1) V. Nikolakis, D. Kouzoudis, I. G. Giannakopoulos, and T. Baimpos, "The effect of gas adsorption on the elastic properties of faujasite films measured using magnetoelastic sensors", accepted in Chemistry of Materials

2) S. Chen, M. Paulose, C. Ruan, G. K. Mor, O. K. Varghese, D. Kouzoudis, C. A. Grimes, “Electrochemically synthesized CdS nanoparticle-modified TiO2 nanotube-array photoelectrodes: Preparation, characterization,and application to photoelectrochemical cells”, J. Photochem. Photobiol. B: Chem 177 (2006) 177–184

3) I. G. Giannakopoulos, D. Kouzoudis, C. A. Grimes, and V. Nikolakis, “Synthesis and characterization of a composite zeolite-Metglas carbon dioxide sensor,” Adv. Func. Mater. 15 (2005) 1165-1170

4) N. Bouropoulos, D. Kouzoudis, and C. A. Grimes, “The real-time, in situ monitoring of calcium oxalate and brushite precipitation using magnetoelastic sensors,” Sensors and Actuators B 109 (2005) 227-232

5) L. G. Puckett, G. Barrett, D. Kouzoudis, C. A. Grimes, L. G. Bachas, “Monitoring blood coagulation with magnetoelastic sensors,” Biosensors and Bioelectronics 18 (2003) 675-681

6) D. Kouzoudis and C. A. Grimes, Invited Paper, "Remote query fluid-flow measurement using magnetoelastic thick-film sensors," J. Appl. Phys 87 (2000)
Dept. of Material Science
University of Patras


Dept. of Electrical Engineering
Pennsylvania State University
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