Start date: 01.11.2019
Panagiotis Petris has graduated from National Kapodistrian University of Athens in Physics department. He has acquired a M.Sc. diploma in Microsystems and Nanodevices master’s program in National Technical University Of Athens. His main research activity involved molecular simulations in the thermodynamic study of various chemical substances, which manifested in a publication. He has collaborated with Solvay S.A. in an one-year project studying thermodynamic properties of chemical compounds of company’s interest.
The main objective of this project is the development of a transferable computational framework, that supports the development of organic bioelectronic devices from a molecular modelling perspective. State-of-the-art computational tools will be designed based on the extended work and experience of Culgi B.V. on building similar frameworks, parameterization schemes, materials modelling and data analysis. The implementation of this framework in the research findings of the scientific groups, operating within BORGES project, could establish the validation of this computational work.