Dimitris Fantanas is an Electronic Engineer (University of Surrey), with an MSc in Nanomaterials and Nanoelectronic Devices (University of Surrey) during which, he worked on the ‘Development and characterization of plasmonic transparent electrodes for solar cells’. His EngD studies were on Micro and Nano materials and technologies and were funded by EPSRC.
The focus of his thesis was on ‘Investigation of the mechanism for current induced network failure for spray deposited silver nanowires.’. After his studies, he worked on the private sector as a Research Engineer and a Technical Lead, where he was leading a variety of engineering and scientific projects with various printed electronics and automation related applications, both for private companies and H2020. His interests include nanomaterials, nanoelectronics, printed electronics, thin films, process development, additive technologies and machine design.