Antonios is Professor at the School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Southampton and the Head of the Functional Nanomaterials and Applications Group. He is a member of the University's SENATE, the External Examiner Scrutiny Committee and the Faculty Ethics Committte. Currently he is also the Examinations Officer for Physics and Astronomy, and the School coordinator for 4th year and 3rd year undergraduate projects. Antonios' research is highly multidisciplinary working at the interface of Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Materials Science. His research interests focus on the design of nanomaterials and their applications in Biomedicine, Energy and the Environment and his work has been published at the top Journals of his field. He has obtained significant funding from a diverse range of sources (e.g. BBSRC, GCRF, Royal Society, DSTL, Leverhulme trust, Industry) and he has given over a hundred talks at international prestigious conferences. He is fellow of the Higher Education Academy, fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, Fellow of the Royal Society of Biology and Fellow of the Institute of Physics.
The main research interest include the synthesis of customized nanomaterials and their applications in Biomedicine, Energy and the Environment.
Currently Antonios is the module coordinator for:
PHYS6014: Nanoscience, technology and advanced materials.
PHYS6006: MPhys Projects
PHYS3018: BSc Projects