Dr Dimitrios Papageorgiou


Research Group News

March 2024

Dr Dimitrios Papageorgiou

SEMS lecturer, Dr Dimitrios Papageorgiou, featured in Nanoscale 2024 Emerging Investigators issue

13 March 2024

Highlighting the innovative work of early-career researchers in nanoscience and nanotechnology, the latest issue of the Nanoscale journal presents SEMS Senior Lecturer in Materials Science, Dr Dimitrios Papageorgiou’s latest paper on stretchable polymer nanocomposite strain sensors. The research, first-authored by doctoral student Oliver Tomes, introduces a pioneering model … [more]

June 2023

Stock image of seaweed

"Electronic skin" from bio-friendly materials can track human vital signs with ultrahigh precision

28 June 2023

Queen Mary University and University of Sussex researchers have used materials inspired by molecular gastronomy to create smart wearables that surpassed similar devices in terms of strain sensitivity They integrated graphene into seaweed to create nanocomposite microcapsules for highly tunable and sustainable epidermal electronics. When assembled into networks, the tiny … [more]

January 2023

Dimitrios Papageorgiou being Presented the Rosenhain Medal

Dimitrios Papageorgiou is presented the Rosenhain Medal and Prize by the IOM3

1 January 2023

Dimitrios was presented with the Rosenhain Medal at an Awards Ceremony at the IOM3 on the 8th December 2022. The Rosenhain Medal and Prize is a highly competitive award that recognises distinguished achievement in any branch of materials science. The award was given in recognition of Dimitrios’ research which has … [more]

December 2022

Kirsty (in the middle) receiving her first prize at the IRC2022 closing ceremony

Kirsty Rutherford wins the IRCO Prize at IRC2022

5 December 2022

The latest International Rubber Conference 2022 recently completed in India. Five of James Busfield's Soft Matter Group presented their work there. At the closing ceremony one of the group, Kirsty Rutherford, took home the IRCO Best Student Presentation Award for her paper on "The development of a robust method … [more]

July 2022

Left to right: Mr Thomas Thorn, Miss Yushen Wang, Dr Xudan Yao, Dr Han Zhang

SEMS' Polymers & Composites Group success at 20th European Conference on Composite Materials in Lausanne, Switzerland

8 July 2022

In the last week of June, the Polymers & Composites Group had a highly successful week presenting at the 20th European Conference on Composite Materials (ECCM20) in the stunningly beautiful city of Lausanne.  Seven members made their way to Switzerland and were all eager to share the fantastic work … [more]

June 2022

Dr Han Zhang, Professor James Busfield and Dr Dimitrios Papageorgiou

IOM3 awards: Queen Mary scoops up four prizes for engineering and materials science

9 June 2022

The School of Engineering and Materials Science goes from strength to strength as researchers pick up four awards and medals from the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3) The IOM3 presents a range of awards, medals and prizes in recognition of personal achievement, for published work and for contributions … [more]

July 2021

Polymers and Composites Group in the new Materials Processing Lab (G20)

New 'home' for the Polymers and Composites Group

21 July 2021

Members of Polymers and Composites group have finally arrived at their new 'home', the brand new Materials Processing Lab (Eng G20). Research activities are resumed while the final refurb touches are being completed. [more]

April 2021

Graphene under various contacts

What we know – and don’t know – about the mechanical and thermal properties of graphene

21 April 2021

In this Featured Article published in Applied Physics Reviews,Prof. David Dunstan from the School of Physics and Astronomy, Prof. Sir Colin Humphreys, Dr. Dimitrios Papageorgiou and Dr. Yiwei Sun from the School of Engineering and Materials Science, review what we know and don't know about the mechanical and … [more]