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Dr Ioanna Bakaimi BSc (Hons) MSc PhD

Research Fellow

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Dr Ioanna Bakaimi is a Research Fellow in the Advanced Composite Materials Group at the Chemistry Department University of Southampton.

Ioanna obtained her PhD in 2015 from the Functional Nanocrystals and Quantum Magnetism Laboratory at the IESL-FORTH and the Department of Physics, University of Crete, Greece. Her expertise is focused in the interatomic interactions of solid state systems and specifically in the interplay of the crystal structure with the physical properties and functionalization of magnetic, dielectric and ferroelectric oxides. She has also been a guest researcher in the Neutron Centre of National Institute of Standards and Technology (NCNR-NIST, USA) where she carried out Neutron Diffraction experiments as well as crystal and magnetic structure analysis.

Since 2016 she is a Research Fellow in the Advanced Composite Materials Group at the Chemistry Department, University of Southampton. Her work focuses on the optimization of lead niobate pyrochlore tunable dielectric thin films for high frequency applications such as phase shifters and electronically beam steerable antennas.

Research interests

- Thin film materials developed by UHV-PVD techniques.

- Tunable Dielectrics for smart microwave and millimeter-wave systems.

- Dielectric and ferroelectric behaviour of perovskite and pyrochlore thin films.

- Magnetic solid state materials.

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Dr Ioanna Bakaimi
Department of Chemistry
University of Southampton
Highfield
Southampton
SO17 1BJ

Room Number: 27/2022

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