Iannis Kominis

Associate Professor
Department of Physics, University of Crete

Iannis received a Diploma in Electrical Engineering at the National Technical University of Athens in 1996. He then went on to obtain a PhD in Physics at Princeton University. After completing a one-year military service he went back to Princeton for a post-doctoral appointment and then to a second post-doctoral position at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Since 2004 he is a faculty member at the Physics Department of the University of Crete.

Citation info on Iannis’ publications can be found at Google Scholar and a full curriculum vitae can be found here.

Group members

Kostas Mouloudakis
PhD Student
Nikos Tsatrafyllis
PhD Student
Grigorios Magkos
Masters Student
George Vlachakis
Masters Student
Elpida Palieraki
Undergraduate Student
Theodore Kyriakakis
Undergraduate Student
Antonis Margaritakis
Undergraduate Student
Georgia Anyfantaki
Undergraduate Student
Andreas Douloumis
Undergraduate Student
Charalampos Frantzeskos
Undergraduate Student

Former members

Alexandros Tavernarakis
Alexandros did his undergraduate thesis with our group, he then went on for PhD on quantum opto-mechanics at Ecole Normale Superieure in Paris.
Georgios Katsoprinakis
Georgios did his Masters and PhD research with our group, he then went on for post-doctoral work on precision polarimetry with cavity enhancement at FORTH-IESL.
Argyris Dellis
Argyris did his undergraduate, Masters and PhD thesis with our group, he then went on for post-doctoral work on chip-scale cold atom systems for use as time standards and inertial sensors at the National Institute for Standards and Technology in Boulder, Colorado.
Michael Kritsotakis
Michael did his Masters thesis with our group, he then went on for a one-year extracurricular activity at the greek army before joining the Physics Department of the University of Sussex for doctoral work on quantum metrology.
Kostis Tsampourakis
Kostis obtained his Masters degree working in our group. He then took up a PhD position at Washington State University to work on the mathematics of complex systems.
Theodoros Ilias
Manolis Petrakakis
Kyriacos Vitalis

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