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Dr Mailis received his PhD from the University of Crete - Foundation for Research and Technology Hellas (FORTH) in 1996 on \"Optical signal processing with photorefractive materials\", and stayed as a research fellow at FORTH until the end of 1997 investigating the photosensitivity of semiconducting oxides and the use of laser-induced-forward-transfer (LIFT) for the fabrication of computer generated diffractive optical elements. From January 1998 onwards he has been with the Optoelectronics Research Centre (ORC) being involved in the investigation of the photosensitivity of Laser deposited lead germanate glass films for optical waveguides and the development of a continuous wave Nd:YVO4 holographic laser resonators.He is currently a Principal Research Fellow at the ORC and he is leading a research activity that aims to develop a comprehensive material-processing toolbox for the fabrication of complex multifunctional devices based on ferroelectric lithium niobate substrates. More specifically develop novel methods for:
Dr Sakellaris Mailis is (or has formerly been) affiliated with Optoelectronics Research Centre, University of Southampton and University of Southampton.