Ph.D. in Chemistry, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, UK (2006).
B.Sc. Honours in Chemistry, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, UK (2002).
6/2008 - : Postdoctoral Researcher, Theoretical and Physical Chemistry Institute, NHRF, Athens, Greece.
MAIN RESEARCH INTERESTS
Synthesis and structural characterisation of glassy materials by infrared and Raman spectroscopic techniques. Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) thermal analysis, and impedance spectroscopy.
Investigation of ion transport mechanisms in glassy and polymer electrolytes, with the use of impedance spectroscopy under Variable Pressure-Variable Temperature conditions.
4 international conferences.
9/2002 - 6/2006: Demonstrating and supervising laboratory experiments of Physical Chemistry (levels 1 and 2), Department of Chemistry, University of Aberdeen.
HONORS & AWARDS
Coutts Prize for excellence performance in level 2 Chemistry, University of Aberdeen, (2000).
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS & ACTIVITIES
Member of the Greek Chemical Society.
PUBLICATIONS 7 publications in refereed journals with 41 citations (including 32 non-self) and h-index=5.
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS 1. "Effect of synthesis method on the structure and properties of AgPO3-based glasses", I. Konidakis, C.P.E. Varsamis and E.I. Kamitsos, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 357, 2684 (2011).
2. "Structure and properties of mixed strontium-manganese metaphosphate glasses", I. Konidakis, C.P.E. Varsamis, E.I. Kamitsos, D. Moncke and D. Ehrt, J. Phys. Chem. C 114, 9125, (2010). 3. "Activation volumes and site relaxation in mixed alkali glasses", M.D. Ingram, C.T. Imrie and I. Konidakis, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 352, 3200 (2006). 4. "What variable-pressure variable-temperature measurements are telling us about ion transport in glass", C.T. Imrie, I. Konidakis and M.D. Ingram, Dalton Trans., 3067 (2004). 5. "Significance of activation volumes for cation transport in glassy electrolytes", M.D. Ingram, C.T. Imrie, I. Konidakis and S. Voss, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 6, 3659 (2004).