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PhD Student in the Dielectric Materials Group

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


tel.: +30 210 772 2974

Office 110


Mr Sokratis Tegopoulos received his BSc in “Natural Sciences’’ by the Hellenic Open University in 2016 and his MSc in “Physics and Technological Applications” in the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) in 2018. He is currently a PhD student in the Physics department of NTUA. He performs Broadband Dielectric Spectroscopy (BDS), Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC), water Equilibrium and Dynamic Sorption Isotherm (ESI/DSI), Thermal Diffusivity/Conductivity (LFA) measurements on polymers, polymer nanocomposites and polymeric solutions.


  • Koutras K.N., Tegopoulos S.N., Charalampakos V.P., Kyritsis A., Gonos I.F., Pyrgioti E.C. Breakdown performance and partial discharge development in transformer oil-based metal carbide nanofluids. Nanomaterials 12 (2022) 269. (download)
  • Kripotou S., Tegopoulos S. N., Kyritsis A., Cervello L. O., Valles-Lluch A., Ferrer G. G. Hyaluronic acid-gelatin hydrogels as bioelectrets: charge transport and dielectric polarization effectsIEEE Trans. Diel. Elect. Insul. 27 (2020) 9215083. (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)