Christos is a Senior Lecturer at Imperial College London and his research focuses on understanding and extending instrumentation hardware performance limits, including signal integrity, hardware signal processing and novel device technologies.
In the signal integrity area his students and he has studied slow surface wave propagation and substrate crosstalk and coupling on multilayered conductive substrates. Their work on novel devices includes SiGe devices and circuits, RF MEMS, slow wave filters and more recently memristors. Finally, they have worked on novel data acquisition techniques including asynchronous sigma-delta modulation and spread spectrum modulated amplifiers.
Before coming to Imperial Christos worked on GaAs monolithic microwave integrated circuit design and technology and also on low temperature electron physics.