Biomedical & Microfluidics
Andreas graduated from the school of Applied Mathematics and Physics at National Technical University of Athens (NTUA, Greece, 2011) by completing his Diploma thesis on Theory of General Relativity. His interest in Physics led him to expand his knowledge in Nanotechnology and Microsystems through a two year MSc programme (2013). His work on microfluidics and surface treatment inspired him to pursue a PhD in the field. He joined the Doctoral Training programme on Medical Device Innovation at UCL in 2014 and he currently works on microscale blood flows.