Andreas Kyritsakis (born in 1987) has a PhD in Electrical & Computer Engineering (2014, National Technical University of Athens) and Master Degree (Diploma) in Electrical & Computer Engineering (2010, National Technical University of Athens). His research activities are focused mainly on the theoretical/computational modelling of electron emission, vacuum arcs, and nanomaterial behavior under high electric fields. Andreas is the ERA Chair Holder of the MATTER project, leading its scientific activities. As a simulation specialist, he focuses mainly on the subgroup of multi-scale nanomaterial modelling. By the end of 2020 Andreas has 45 publications in Google Scholar database, with h-index 10.
Curriculum vitae at etis.ee.
Three chosen publications:
- A. Kyritsakis and J. P. Xanthakis, “Derivation of a generalized Fowler–Nordheim equation for nanoscopic field-emitters”, Proc. R. Soc. A 471, 20140811 (2015).
- A. Kyritsakis, M. Veske, K. Eimre, V. Zadin and F. Djurabekova, “Thermal runaway of metal nano-tips during intense electron emission”, J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 51, 225203 (2018).
- A. Kyritsakis, E. Baibuz, V. Jansson and F. Djurabekova, “Atomistic behavior of metal surfaces under high electric fields”, Phys. Rev. B 99 (20), 205418 (2019).