Founder and Managing Director
Dr. Despoina Brasinika is a Chemical Engineer with PhD research is nanobiomaterials synthesis and characterization of advanced composite hybrid (ceramic-polymeric) nanomaterials. Her research work has led to numerous published papers and participations in national/international conferences and has been awarded five times for published research work. She has extensive expertise in advanced Additive Manufacturing techniques for the development of 3D printed personalized objects with smart functionalities as well as in the development of composite filaments reinforced with various nanoparticles. She also has a scientific research background in toxicological assessments both in terms of risks related to human and the environment.
Stratos Kroustis is a BSc Mechanical Engineer with extended expertise in advanced Additive manufacturing technologies. His current ventures focus on 3D printing of pre-defined structures by employing composite filaments as well as in component design and 3D model development, considering also environmental aspects. He received his BSc from the Piraeus University of Applied Sciences. His research interest focuses also on overview of Heating Systems with Biomass with special emphasis on the features, domestic market and research on a new heating technology.
Anna Karatza is a Materials engineer with a demonstrated history of working in research laboratories. Skilled in Materials Science and Engineering, stimuli responsive polymers and nanomaterials synthesis, characterization and application research. She is a strong research professional with a Master’s degree in Materials Science and Technology focused in stimuli responsive block copolymers as candidates for drug release applications. Her recent research interest focuses on 3D printing technologies of synthetic and natural polymers serving the sector of biological and medical applications.
Georgios Kroustis has an extensive expertise in electronics and software engineering, including also Data Analysis and Database building. He is responsible for systems, processes and equipment relevant to BioG3D’s needs including software and hardware support. Currently, Georgios is involved in optimizing the 3d printing process; for the case of CPU cooling parts, he considers also their thermal assessment and function programming
COSTAS A. CHARITIDIS
Dr. Constantinos Charitidis is Professor at the School of Chemical Engineering of NTUA, with extensive R&D experience through collaborations with international research centres. He is a referee in International scientific journals, evaluator & scientific advisor of R&D projects, participant in European and National funded R&D projects. His research activity is complemented by over 170 papers in International Journals (150 ISI) and Conferences, a large number of lectures as an invited speaker and over 2200 citations (h-index 28).