Thanasis Papathanasiou
Thanasis Papathanasiou
Assistant Professor., School of Chemical Engineering, National Technical University of Athens
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Spatiotemporal addressing of surface activity
J Wolff, AG Papathanasiou, IG Kevrekidis, HH Rotermund, G Ertl
Science 294 (5540), 134-137, 2001
On the connection between dielectric breakdown strength, trapping of charge, and contact angle saturation in electrowetting
AI Drygiannakis, AG Papathanasiou, AG Boudouvis
Langmuir 25 (1), 147-152, 2009
Manifestation of the connection between dielectric breakdown strength and contact angle saturation in electrowetting
AG Papathanasiou, AG Boudouvis
Applied Physics Letters 86 (16), 164102, 2005
Illuminating the connection between contact angle saturation and dielectric breakdown in electrowetting through leakage current measurements
AG Papathanasiou, AT Papaioannou, AG Boudouvis
Journal of Applied Physics 103 (3), 034901, 2008
Trends in ‘poor responder’research: lessons learned from RCTs in assisted conception
A Papathanasiou, BJ Searle, NMA King, S Bhattacharya
Human Reproduction Update 22 (3), 306-319, 2016
Implementing the ESHRE ‘poor responder’criteria in research studies: methodological implications
A Papathanasiou
Human Reproduction 29 (9), 1835-1838, 2014
Hierarchical, plasma nanotextured, robust superamphiphobic polymeric surfaces structurally stabilized through a wetting–drying cycle
AK Gnanappa, DP Papageorgiou, E Gogolides, A Tserepi, ...
Plasma Processes and Polymers 9 (3), 304-315, 2012
Nanomechanical and nanotribological properties of hydrophobic fluorocarbon dielectric coating on tetraethoxysilane for electrowetting applications
EP Koumoulos, CA Charitidis, DP Papageorgiou, AG Papathanasiou, ...
Surface and Coatings Technology 206 (19-20), 3823-3831, 2012
Mechanisms of wetting transitions on patterned surfaces: continuum and mesoscopic analysis
ME Kavousanakis, CE Colosqui, IG Kevrekidis, AG Papathanasiou
Soft Matter 8 (30), 7928-7936, 2012
Gentle dragging of reaction waves
J Wolff, AG Papathanasiou, HH Rotermund, G Ertl, X Li, IG Kevrekidis
Physical review letters 90 (1), 018302, 2003
Enabling efficient energy barrier computations of wetting transitions on geometrically patterned surfaces
NT Chamakos, ME Kavousanakis, AG Papathanasiou
Soft Matter 9 (40), 9624-9632, 2013
Efficient modelling of droplet dynamics on complex surfaces
G Karapetsas, NT Chamakos, AG Papathanasiou
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 28 (8), 085101, 2016
Droplet spreading on rough surfaces: Tackling the contact line boundary condition
NT Chamakos, ME Kavousanakis, AG Boudouvis, AG Papathanasiou
Physics of Fluids 28 (2), 022105, 2016
Superior performance of multilayered fluoropolymer films in low voltage electrowetting
DP Papageorgiou, A Tserepi, AG Boudouvis, AG Papathanasiou
Journal of colloid and interface science 368 (1), 592-598, 2012
Thermocapillary droplet actuation: effect of solid structure and wettability
G Karapetsas, NT Chamakos, AG Papathanasiou
Langmuir 33 (41), 10838-10850, 2017
Mesoscopic model for microscale hydrodynamics and interfacial phenomena: Slip, films, and contact-angle hysteresis
CE Colosqui, ME Kavousanakis, AG Papathanasiou, IG Kevrekidis
Physical Review E 87 (1), 013302, 2013
Wave initiation through spatiotemporally controllable perturbations
J Wolff, AG Papathanasiou, HH Rotermund, G Ertl, MA Katsoulakis, X Li, ...
Physical review letters 90 (14), 148301, 2003
Progress toward reversible electrowetting on geometrically patterned superhydrophobic surfaces
AG Papathanasiou
Current Opinion in Colloid & Interface Science 36, 70-77, 2018
Connection of intrinsic wettability and surface topography with the apparent wetting behavior and adhesion properties
ME Kavousanakis, NT Chamakos, AG Papathanasiou
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 119 (27), 15056-15066, 2015
How asymmetric surfaces induce directional droplet motion
NT Chamakos, G Karapetsas, AG Papathanasiou
Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 511, 180-189, 2016
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