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Postdoctoral researcher in the Dielectric Materials Group

Physics Department, NTUA, Zografou Campus, 15780, Athens, Greece

e-mail: pklonos@central.ntua.gr

tel.: +30 210 772 2978

Office 112a

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Panagiotis Klonos received his degree in “Applied Mathematical and Physical Sciences’’ by the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) in 2007, his MSc in “Microsystems and Nanodevices” in NTUA in 2009 and his PhD in Physics in 2015. He is currently postdoc researcher in the Physics department of NTUA. He performs Broadband Dielectric Relaxation Spectroscopy (BDS or else DRS), Thermally Stimulated Depolarization Currents (TSDC), Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) , water Equilibrium and Dynamic Sorption Isotherm (ESI and DSI), Thermal Diffusivity/Conductivity (LFA) measurements on amorphous and semicrystalline polymers, polymer nanocomposites, ‘all-polymer nanocomposites’ and hydrogel materials. His main interests are the studies of the dynamics and structure of the interfacial polymer in nanocomposites (or else rigid amorphous fraction, RAF), moreover, aiming at the understanding of structure-property relationships and the effects of different: preparation philoshophy, thermal/crystallization treatment and water content of the materials. More lately, Dr Klonos investigates biobased and biodegradable polymers, such as poly(n-alkylene furan dicarboxylate) polyesters, poly(lactic acid), poly(ε-caprolactone), poly(n-alkylene succinate)s, poly(butylene adipate), in bulk and in the form of copolymers and nanocomposites (in close collaboration withe the group of Prof. Dimitrios N. Bikiaris, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, https://bikiarislab.wixsite.com/bikiarislab). The published work of Dr. Klonos consists of 52 papers in peer-review international journals, 2 book chapters, and more than 50 contributions to international and national scientific conferences.

Selected Publications

  • Klonos P.A., Papadopoulos L., Papageorgiou G.Z., Kyritsis A., Pissis P., Bikiaris D.N. Interfacial interactions, crystallization and molecular dynamics of renewable poly(propylene furanoate) in situ filled with initial and surface functionalized carbon nanotubes and graphene oxide. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 124 (2020) 10220-10234. (download)
  • Klonos P.A., Peoglos V., Bikiaris D.N., Kyritsis A. Rigid amorphous fraction and thermal diffusivity in nanocomposites based on poly(L-lactic acid) filled with carbon nanotubes and graphene oxide. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 124 (2020) 5469-5479. (download)
  • Klonos P.A., Patelis N., Glynos E., Sakellariou G., Kyritsis A. Molecular dynamics in polystyrene single chain nanoparticles. Macromolecules 52 (2019) 9334-9340. (download)
  • Klonos P.A., Goncharuk O.V., Pakhlov E.M., Sternik D., Deryło–Marczewska A., Kyritsis A.,  Gun’ko V.M., Pissis P. Morphology, molecular dynamics and interfacial phenomena in systems based on silica modified by grafting PDMS chains and physically adsorbed PDMS. Macromolecules 52 (2019) 2863-2877. (download)
  • Klonos P.A., Tegopoulos S.N., Koutsiara C.S., Kontou E., Pissis P., Kyritsis A. Effects of CNTs on thermal transitions, thermal diffusivity and electrical conductivity in nanocomposites: comparison between an amorphous and a semicrystalline polymer matrix. Soft Matter 15 (2019) 1813-1824. (download)
  • Klonos P.A. Crystallization, glass transition, and molecular dynamics in PDMS of low molecular weights: A calorimetric and dielectric study. Polymer 159 (2018) 169-180. (download)
  • Klonos P.A. Dynamics of molecules physically adsorbed onto metal oxide nanoparticles: Similarities between water and a flexible polymer. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 122 (2018) 28825-28829. (download)
  • Klonos P., Kulyk K., M.V. Borysenko, V.M. Gun’ko, A. Kyritsis, P. Pissis. Effects of molecular weight below the entanglement threshold on interfacial nanoparticles/polymer dynamics. Macromolecules 49 (2016) 9457-9473. (download)
  • Klonos P., Kyritsis A., Pissis P. Interfacial and confined dynamics of PDMS adsorbed at the interfaces and in pores of silica-gel: effects of surface modification and thermal annealingPolymer 84 (2016) 38-51. (download)
  • Klonos P., Terzopoulou Z., Koutsoumpis S., Zidropoulos S., Kripotou S., Papageorgiou G.Z., Bikiaris D.N., Kyritsis A., Pissis P. Rigid amorphous fraction and segmental dynamics in nanocomposites based on poly(L-lactic acid) and nano-inclusions od 1-3D geometry studied by thermal and dielectric techniquesEuropean Polymer Journal 82 (2016) 16-34. (download)
  • Klonos P., Kyritsis A., Pissis P. Interfacial dynamics of polydimethylsiloxane adsorbed on fumed metal oxide particles of a wide range of specific surface areaPolymer 77 (2015) 10-13. (download)
  • Klonos P., Sulym I. Ya., Kyriakos K., Vangelidis I., Zidropoulos S., Sternik D., Borysenko M. V., Kyritsis A., Derylo-Marczewska A., Gun’ko V. M., Pissis P. Interfacial phenomena in core-shell nanocomposites of PDMS adsorbed onto low specific surface area fumed silica nanooxides: Effects of surface modificationPolymer 68 (2015) 158-67. (download)
  • Klonos P., Panagopoulou A., Bokobza L., Kyritsis A., Peoglos V., Pissis P. Comparative studies on effects of silica and titania nanoparticles on crystallization and complex segmental dynamics in poly(dimethylsiloxane). Polymer 51 (2010) 5490-9. (download)