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P. Andreakou



Peristera Andreakou joined the group in May 2008 for her PhD studies in cell activities using nanoparticles. Peristera achieved her Bachelor of Science in Physics at the National University of Athens and her Master of Science in Microsystems and Nanodevices at the Technical University of Athens, Greece.


Research Interests


Bio-Nano Interface





"Detection of the Biotin-Streptavidin interaction by exploiting surface stress changes on ultrathin Si membranes"
"V. Tsouti, C. Boutopoulos, P. Andreakou, M. Ioannou, I. Zergioti, D. Goustouridis, S. Chatzandroulis, D. Kafetzopoulos, D. Tsoukalas and P. Normand, Microelectron. Eng., (2009).

"Direct laser printing of biotin microarrays on Low Temperature Oxide on Si substrates"
C. Boutopoulos, P. Andreakou, D. Kafetzopoulos, S. Chatzandroulis and I. Zergioti, Phys. Stat. Sol. (a), 205 2505-2508 (2008).



"Biosensor by monitoring magnetically induced capacitance changes"
D. Kafetzopoulos, P. Andreakou, S. Chatzandroulis, D. Goustouridis, C. Boutopoulos, I. Zergioti, P. Normand, and D. Tsoukalas, OBI: Hellenic Industrial Property Organization: Application Number: 20080100140 (2008).