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I am a Postdoctoral Associate at MIT at the Manalis Lab, part of the Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research. Prior to that I worked as an R&D engineer at Carbon, a 3D printing start-up company in Silicon Valley. I completed my PhD in Mechanical Engineering at the Prakash lab at Stanford University. My research interests include microfluidics, biomedical devices, fluid dynamics, biophysics and rapid prototyping.  Prior to Stanford, I completed my undergraduate studies in Mechanical Engineering at the National Technical University of Athens in Greece.

Carbon's CLIP technology in action

Carbon's CLIP technology in action

Machining at Stanford's machine shop

Machining at Stanford's machine shop

Doing logic operations with droplets

Doing logic operations with droplets

Work on droplet computer published in Nature Physics and featured in Stanford News

Cover

Cover

Can you move water with magnets? Our paper on the front cover of Soft Matter

Study of swimming of schistocercarie

Study of swimming of schistocercarie

Work on droplet computer published in Nature Physics and featured in Stanford News

Yorgos K., Alex B.

Yorgos K., Alex B.

With intern Alexandre Breant from Ecole Polytechnique, preparing experiments to move water droplets using magnetic fields. Our paper from this work below

Presenting at APS DFD 2015

Presenting at APS DFD 2015

Manu P., Jim C., Yorgos K.

Manu P., Jim C., Yorgos K.

Droplet computer team. Our video interviews on Stanford News below

Measuring stiffness of live cells

Measuring stiffness of live cells

Paper published in Nature Methods

Science education in Cuba

Science education in Cuba

Teaching how to use Foldscope, a paper-based microscope developed at Prakash Lab at Stanford