Dr. Vasileios Lempesis CV

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POST-SCHOOL EDUCATION: 1985-1990: Bsc Physics in the Physics Department of the University of Athens (Greece) 1990- 1993: PhD in Theoretical Physics at Essex University in UK. The supervisors of my PhD thesis were Pr. R. Loudon and Pr. M. Babiker. The title of my thesis was ‘Mechanical and Statistical Effects of Laser Radiation on Two-Level Atoms’. My PhD was supported by a grant from the Science and Engineering Research Council (SERC) of UK. ACADEMIC CAREER: 1993-1994: Research Assistant in the Computational Non-Linear Optics Group at Strathclyde University (Glasgow UK). 1994-1995: Research Assistant in the Group led by Pr. M. Babiker and Pr. L. Allen at Essex University (UK). 2001-2002: Lecturer at the Technical University of Crete. 2005-2007: Senior Researcher in the group “QUBIT” (http://www.science.tuc.gr/ellinas/qubit.htm) at the Technical University of Crete. 2011- 22nd August 2015: Assist. Professor, Dept. of Physics, King Saud University. Member of the Applied Theoretical Physics group. 23rd August 2015 -Present: Promotion to Assoc. Professor in King Saud University TEACHING: 1990-1993: As a PhD student at Essex University I was employed by the University as a General Physics and Maths tutor for the first year students of both the Physics and Electronic Engineering Departments of the University. 1999-2003: I taught “Vibrations and Waves”, “General Physics I (Mechanics)”, “General Physics II (Electromagnetic Theory)” and “Modern Physics” in “The College of Southeastern Europe-The American University of Athens”. Teaching Language: English. (Teaching language English) September 2004-February 2011: Part-time lecturer at The College of New York (Athens Branch). Courses: Maths, Exploring the Universe, Scientific World, History of Science, Calculus I, Calculus II. (Teaching language English) September 2006-June 2008: Part-time lecturer at Athens Metropolitan College. Courses: Physics I, Chemistry. (Teaching language English) February 2011-August 2015: Assistant Professor at Department of Physics and Astronomy KSU. August 2015-Present: Associate Professor at Department of Physics and Astronomy KSU. Courses Taught in KSU Undergraduate Courses: PHYS 145 (General Physics for Medicine students), PHYS 454 (Quantum Mechanics I), PHYS 301 (Complex Analysis), PHYS 404 (Mathematical Physics), PHYS 103 (General Physics I for Engineers). Master Courses: PHYS 551 (Quantum Mechanics), PHYS 500 (Research Methodology). PHYS 505 (Advanced Quantum Mechanics), PHYS 507 (Classical Electrodynamics), PHYS 502 (Mathematical Physics). Teaching language: English. RESEARCH: Research Visits Abroad: • Short visit to Essex University 9th-15th of May 2000 for collaboration with Pr. R. Loudon. The short visit was fully supported by a grant from the European Science Foundation (Quantum Information Technology network) • Short visit to University of York 24/4-2/5 2002 for collaboration with Pr. M. Babiker. The short visit was fully supported by a grant from the European Science Foundation (Quantum Information Technology network) • Short visit to University of York 20/8-20/9 2003 for collaboration with Pr. M. Babiker. The short visit will be fully supported by a grant from the European Science Foundation (Bose-Einstein Condensation and Beyond network) • Short visit to University of Bonn 3/7-30/7 2006 for collaboration with Pr. D. Meschede. The short visit has been fully supported by a grant from the European Science Foundation (Bose-Einstein Condensation and Beyond network) • Short visit to University of Glasgow 17/7-23/7 2007 for collaboration with Pr. M. Padgett. The short visit has been fully supported by a grant from the European Science Foundation (Bose-Einstein Condensation and Beyond network) • Short visit to University of York 3/7-30/7 2008 for collaboration with Pr. M. Babiker. The short visit has been fully supported by a grant from the European Science Foundation (Quantum Degenerate Dilute Systems network) • Short visit to University of York, 8/7-14/7 2012 for collaboration with Pr. M. Babiker. The short visit has been fully supported by a grant from the European Science Foundation (POLATOM network). • Short visit to University of York, 6/7-13/7 2013 for collaboration with Pr. M. Babiker. The short visit has been fully supported by a grant from the European Science Foundation (POLATOM network) • Short visit to University of York, 21/6-26/6 2014 for collaboration with Pr. M. Babiker and Pr. Y. Juin. The short visit has been fully supported by a grant from the EPSRC. • Short visit to University of Innsbruck, 30/6-07/7 2015 for collaboration with Pr. P. Zoller. PARTICIPATION IN CONFERENCES: • Scottish Universities Summer School in Theoretical Physics, August 1994 Stirling (Scotland, UK). My participation at that school was supported by a NATO grant. • Paper contributor to the Quantum Coherence Annual Conference at Rochester (USA) 1995. • Paper presented in the conference of the Hellenic Physical Soc. in Ancient Olympia 28-31 January 1999. • Participation and poster presentation in ESCOLAR’ 99 (Euroconference on Slow Collisions between LAseR manipulated systems, 1-5 May 1999) in Elounda Crete • Participation and poster presentation in TMR School on Quantum Computation and Quantum Information in Torino 12-27 July 1999. • Participation and paper presentation in TMR School on Quantum Computation and Quantum Information in Torino 18-30 June 2001. • Participation and talk in the International Conference on Angular Momentum, York, 23-25 March 2010. • Saudi International Electronics, Communications and Photonics Conference Riyadh, Saudi Arabia April 23rd - 26th 2011. • KACST 3rd Meeting on Quantum Optics and Informatics, King Abdul Aziz City of Science and Technology (KACST), Riyadh, May 21, 2011. Talk entitled “Optical Ferris wheels: a novel light configuration for controlling atomic motion”. • KACST 6th Meeting on Quantum Optics and Informatics, King Abdul Aziz City of Science and Technology (KACST), Riyadh, December 28-29, 2014. Talk entitled “Twisted Atom Beams”. • SIMFP 2016, Physics Conference in Jazan, Saudi Arabia, 16th-18th February 2016. Talk entitled “The Role of Gouy Phase on the Mechanical E↵ects of Laguerre-Gaussian Light Interacting with Atoms” (http://colleges.jazanu.edu.sa/sites/en/sci/physics/Pages/SIMFP2016/index.html) • CEWQO 2016, Physics conference in Chania, Crete, Greece, 27/06 to 01/07/2016. Talk entitled “Mechanical effects of highly twisted optical vortices interacting with two-level atoms”. Presentation of poster entitled “Artificial gauge magnetic and electric fields for free two-level atoms interacting with optical Ferris light fields” https://www.cewqo2016.com/ • PHOTON 2016, Physics conference in Leeds (UK), Crete, Greece, 05/09 to 08/09/2016. Talk entitled “Atom optics in complex twisted light”. M. Babiker, V. E. Lembessis and D. Ellinas. http://www.photon.org.uk/home • KACST 8th Meeting on Quantum Optics and Informatics, King Abdul Aziz City of Science and Technology (KACST), Riyadh, December 19, 2016. Talk entitled “Rotating Artificial Gauge Magnetic and Electric Fields”. STUDENTS COMPLETED PHD 1. Dr. Nuha Felemban. She passed successfully her PhD viva on the 11th of September 2014. She is the first woman with a PhD in theoretical quantum optics in the history of the Kingdom of Saudia Arabia. Part of her work is included in paper No 23 in my publication. The title of her thesis was: The use of evanescent mode atomic mirrors for three-level atoms. Dr. Felemban is currently Assistant Professor in Uma Al Qurah University. 2. Anwar Al Rsheed. He passεδ his PhD viva at 26th of May 2016. Part of his work is included in papers No 28 and No 30 in my publication list. The title of his thesis is: OPTICAL FERRIS WHEELS: Trapping and Manipulation of Atoms with Applications in Atomic Physics and Quantum Optics. During his PhD years he also contributed in the works presented in my papers 20 and 25 in my publications list below. STUDENTS COMPLETED MSC 3. Mrs. S. Al Shammari. She passed her viva on the 24th November 2016. The title of her thesis was: “Evanescent Artificial Gauge Scalar Potential”. Part of her work is included in my paper No 31 in my publication list. 4. Mrs. Ahlam Al Qarni. She passed her viva on the 24th November 2016. The title of her thesis was: “Artificial Gauge Potential in a Ferris Light Field”. Part of her work is included in my paper No 31 in my publication list. PROFESSIONAL CONTRIBUTION: Translations-Publishing-Editing-Popularizations • In collaboration with “Leader Books Editions S.A” (Athens, Greece) he has translated the following book:“Feynman, I dialeksis gia tous ypologistes,”, Leader Books S.A., 2006 Athens Greece, ISBN 960-7901-60-6, original title “Feynman Lectures on Computation”, by R. P. Feynman, Perseus Publishing. • Collaboration as an article writer and correspondent with top Greek computer magazine “RAM”), with greek science magazine “Discovery & Science” and with the special edition “GEOTROPIO” and “IATRIKA” (“The Medicals”) of the Greek daily newspaper “ELEFTHEROTYPIA” (www.enet.gr) on science advances. • Collaboration as lemma writer for the greek edition of the General Encyclopedia for Kids edited by National Geographic Society (in circulation since October 2010). I was responsible for all the science lemmas. • In collaboration with the bimonthly magazine of the Hellenic Physical Society I am writing a series of articles under the title “Taming the Atoms” where I present the history and major achievements in the area of laser cooling and trapping as well as their application and recent advances. So far eight articles have been published FOREIGN LANGUAGES • English, German, French OTHER ACTIVITIES: • Member of the Hellenic Physical Society • Member of the Institute of Physics (U.K) • Member of Optical Society of America • Member of the German Physical Society PAPERS IN REFEREED JOURNALS (696 Citations Google Scholar): 1. ‘‘Theory of radiation forces and momenta for mobile atoms in light fields’’, V.E. Lembessis, M. Babiker, C. Baxter, R. Loudon, Physical Review A, Vol. 48, No 2, p.1594, August 1993. (*) 2. ‘’Atomic motion in light beams possessing orbital angular momentum’’, W. L. Power, L. Allen, M. Babiker, V.E. Lembessis, Physical Review A, Vol. 52, No1, p.479, July 1995. (*) 3. ‘’ Doppler cooling of ion cyclotron motion in counter-propagating Laguerre-Gaussian beams’’, M. Babiker, V.E. Lembessis, W.K. Lai, L. Allen, Optics Communications 123 (1996) 523-529. 4. ‘’ Non-local effects in the resonance fluorescence from a two-level system’’ V. E. Lembessis, Optics Communications 124/3-4 (1996) 244-250. 5. ‘’ Atom dynamics in multiple Laguerre-Gaussian beams’’, L. Allen, M. Babiker, W.K. Lai, V.E. Lembessis,) Physical Review A, Vol.54 No5, p.4259 (1996). (*) 6. ‘’ Spin-orbit coupling in free-space Laguerre-Gaussian light beams’’, L. Allen, V.E. Lembessis, M. Babiker, Physical Review A, Vol. 54, p.2419 (1996). 7. ‘’Α Μobile Αtom in a Laguerre-Gaussian laser beam’’, V. E Lembessis, Optics Communications, 159 (1999) 243-247. (*) 8. “Optical dipole trapping beyond rotating wave approximation: The case of large detuning” V. E. Lembesssis, D. Ellinas. J. Opt. B: Quantum Semiclass. Opt., 7 (2005) 319-322. 9. “ Optical ferris wheel for ultracold atoms”, S. Franke-Arnold, J. Leach, M.J. Padgett, V.E. Lembessis, D. Ellinas, A. J. Wright, J. M. Girkin, P. Ohberg, A. S. Arnold. Optics Express, Vol. 15, Issue 14, pp. 8619-8625, 2007. και στο arXiv:physics/0611154 v1 15 Nov 2006. (*) 10. «Optical Stern Gerlach Effect beyond the rotating wave approximation», Phys. Rev. A, A 78, 043423 (2008) and at V.E. Lembessis - Arxiv preprint arXiv:0709.3902, 2007 - arxiv.org. Also selected for the November 2008 issue of Virtual Journal of Ultrafast Science (http://www.vjultrafast.org). 11. "Surface optical vortices", V. E. Lembessis, M. Babiker and D. L. Andrews. Phys. Review A 79, 011806(R) (2009). 12. “Spatio-temporal polarisation gradients in phase-bearing light” , V. E. Lembessis and M. Babiker, Phys. Review A 81, 033811 (2010). 13. “ Surface plasmons with phase singularities and their effects on matter”, D. L. Andrews, M. Babiker, V. E. Lembessis, S. Al-Awfi, Physica Status Solidi (RRL) - Rapid Research Letters, 4, No. 10 , 241-243 (2010). 14. “Light-induced torque for the generation of persistent current flow in atomic gas BECs”, V. E. Lembessis, M. Babiker. Phys. Rev. A, 82, 051402(R) (2010). 15. “Plasmonic surface optical vortices (PSOVs) and their influence on atoms”, V. E. Lembessis, S. Al-Awfi, M. Babiker and D. L. Andrews, J. Opt. 13 (2011) 064002 (8pp). 16. “Azimuthal Sisyphus effect for atoms in a toroidal all-optical trap” V. E. Lembessis, D. Ellinas, and M. Babiker, Phys. Rev A, 84, 043422 (2011). 17. “Deflection of a lamda-type three level atom by a light field: a mechanical demonstration of the coherent population trapping effect”, Omar M. Al-Dossary, V. E. Lembessis, J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Opt. Phys. 45 (2012) 115502 (8pp). 18. “Enhanced quadrupole effects in twisted beams” V. E. Lembessis, and M. Babiker, PRL 110, 083002 (2013). 19. “Two atom system as a directional frequency filter”, V. E. Lembessis, A Al Rsheed, OM Aldossary, Z Ficek - SPIE Optics+ Optoelectronics, 877310-877310-6. 20. “Two-atom system as a nano-antenna for mode switching and light routing”, V. E. Lembessis, A. AlRsheed, O. M. AlDossary and Z. Ficek, PRA, 88, 053814 (2013). 21. “Atom Vortex Beams”, V. E. Lembessis, D. Ellinas, Omar M. Al-Dossary, and M. Babiker. Phys. Rev. A 89, 053616 – Published 15 May 2014. 22. “Evanescent Artificial Gauge Potentials for Neutral Atoms”, V. E. Lembessis, JOSA B Vol. 31, Iss. 6, pp. 1322–1329 (2014) and at arXiv:1310.7106. 23. “Atom mirrors for a lamda-type three level atom”. N. Felemban, O. M. Aldossary and V. E. Lembessis, J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Opt. Phys. 47 (2014) 185005 (12pp). doi:10.1088/0953-4075/47/18/185005 24. “Electron vortex beams subject to static magnetic fields”, M. Babiker, J. Yuan and V. E. Lembessis, PRA 91, 013806 (2015) 25. “Radiation pattern of two identical emitters driven by a Laguerre-Gaussian beam: An atom nanoantenna”, V. E. Lembessis, A Al Rsheed, OM Aldossary, A. Lyras and Z Ficek. PHYSICAL REVIEW A 92, 023850 (2015). http://arxiv.org/abs/1506.07318 26. “Graphene-like optical light field and its interaction with two-level atoms”, V. E. Lembessis, , J. Courtial, N. Radwell, A. Selyem, S. Franke-Arnold, O. M. Aldossary and M. Babiker. PHYSICAL REVIEW A 92, 063833 (2015). 27. “Quantum Hall Physics with Cold Atoms in Cylindrical Optical Lattices”, M. Łącki, H. Pichler, A. Sterdyniak, A. Lyras, V. E. Lembessis, O. Al-Dossary, J. C. Budich, P. Zoller. Phys. Rev. A 93, 013604 (2016) – Published 7 January 2016. 28. "Guiding of atoms in helical optical potential structures", A. Al Rsheed, A. Lyras, V. E. Lembessis and O. M. Aldossary , J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Opt. Phys. 49 (2016) 125002 (10pp), doi:10.1088/0953-4075/49/12/125002. 29. “Mechanical Effects of highly twisted Laguerre-Gaussian light interacting with atoms” V. E. Lembessis, M. Babiker. Phys. Rev. A 94, 043854 – Published 28 October 2016. doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevA.94.043854. 30. “Rotating optical tubes for vertical transport of atoms”, A. Al Rsheed, A. Lyras, O. Aldossary, V. E. Lembessis. Phys. Rev. A 94, Issue 6, 063423, (2016) and at https://arxiv.org/abs/1610.03394. 31. “Artificial gauge magnetic and electric fields for free two-level atoms interacting with optical Ferris wheel light fields" by V. E. Lembessis, A Alqarni, S. Alshamari, A. Siddig, O. M. Aldossary, JOSA B 34 No 6, 1122 (2017). Also at arXiv:1609.00477. 32. “Atomic Ferris wheel beams”, V. E. Lembessis, PHYSICAL REVIEW A 96, 013622 (2017) and at http://arxiv.org/abs/1702.07633 33. “Light masks for atom diffraction created from twisted beams with a Gaussian intensity envelope” V. E. Lembessis, JOSA B 35 No 4, 818, April 2018 PAPERS SUBMITTED FOR PUBLICATION “Atoms in complex twisted light”. M. Babiker, V. E. Lembessis, D. L. Andrews. Paper invited by Journal of Optics. “Rectangular arrays of dark optical traps on the surface of a torus”, J. Belin, V. E. Lembessis, A. Lyras, O. Aldossary, and J. Courtial. Submitted to PRA PAPERS UNDER PREPARATION “Dark state mirrors for three-level atoms”, V. E. Lembessis, A. Lyras, O. Aldossary and A. Al Rsheed CHAPTERS IN BOOKS Theory of atoms in twisted light, M. Babiker, D. L. Andrews and V. E. Lembessis in THE ANGULAR MOMENTUM OF LIGHT, M. Babiker and D. L. Andrews (eds), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge July 2012, OTHER PAPERS “P. N. Lebedev and the Light Radiation Pressure”, V. E. Lembessis, Europhysics News, January 2001. PAPERS PRESENTED IN CONFERENCES: 1. ‘’ Optical Molasses and the orbital Angular Momentum of Light’’, M. Babiker, V. E. Lembessis and L.Allen, paper submitted and presented at the Quantum Coherence Annual Conference 1995 held in Rochester USA., Coherence and Quantum Optics VII, p.367. 2. ‘’ Orbital Angular Momentum Effects of Light on Atoms; A Density-Matrix Theory’’, V. E. Lembessis, L. Allen, M. Babiker, paper submitted and presented at the Quantum Coherence Annual Conference 1995 held in Rochester USA, Coherence and Quantum Optics VII, p. 369. 3. ‘’ Non-local effects in the resonance fluorescence from a two-level system’’ E. Lembessis, paper presented in the conference of the Hellenic Physical Soc. in Ancient Olympia 28-31 January 1999 and in TMR School on Quantum Computation and Quantum Information in Torino 12-27 July 1999. 4. “ Εffects of a laguerre-gaussian laser beam on a mobile atom”, poster in ESCOLAR’ 99 conference (Euroconference on Slow Collisions between LAseR manipulated systems 1-5 May 1999) in Elounda Crete. 5. “Dark atom traps and the orbital angular momentum of light”, paper presented in TMR School on Quantum Computation and Quantum Information in Torino 18-30 June 2001. 6. “Atom trapping and manipulation at dielectric surfaces using twisted light’’, V. E. Lembessis, A. C. Carter, M. Babiker and D. L. Andrews paper presented at “PHOTON 2008” Edinburgh, August 2008. 7. "Optical Surface Vortices and Their Use in Nanoscale Manipulation" , M. Babiker, V. E. Lembessis, and D. L. Andrews in International Conference on Transport and Optical Properties of Nanomaterials, Allahabad India, 5-8 January 2009. 8. "Plasmon Surface Optical Vortices" , M. Babiker, V. E. Lembessis, S. Al-Awfi and D. L. Andrews in International Conference on Angular Momentum, York, 23-25 March 2010. 9. “Polarization Gradients in Phase-Bearing Light”, V. E. Lembessis and M. Babiker, in International Conference on Angular Momentum, York, 23-25 March 2010. 10. “Optical vortex singularities and atomic circulation in evanescent waves,” by V.E. Lembessis, D.L. Andrews, M. Babiker and S. Al-Awfi, in Complex Light and Optical Forces, edited by D.L. Andrews, E.J. Galvez and J. Glückstad, Proc. SPIE 7950, 795007 (2011) (6 pages) doi: 10.1117/12.874926. 11. “Generation of Surface Optical Screw Dislocations by Evanescent Plasmonic Modes”, S. Al-Awfi, M. Babiker, V.E. Lembessis and D. L. Andrews Saudi International Electronics, Communications and Photonics Conference Riyadh, Saudi Arabia April 23rd - 26th 2011. 12. “Two atom system as a directional frequency filter”, V. E. Lembessis, A Al Rsheed, OM Aldossary, Z Ficek - SPIE Optics+ Optoelectronics, Prague, April 15th -18th 2013. 13. “Interaction of atoms with structured light” M. Babiker and V. E. Lembessis , International Conference on Quantum, Atomic, Molecular and Plasma Physics, IOP, 1-4 September 2015, Sussex University, Brighton, UK. 14. “The Role of Gouy Phase on the Mechanical Effects of Laguerre-Gaussian Light Interacting with Atoms” V. E. Lembessis, M. Babiker and D. Ellinas, Fifth Saudi International Meeting on Frontiers of Physics (SIMFP ’16), 16th-18th of February 2016, Jazan, KSA. Accepted to be published in Conference Proceedings AIP. 15. “Mechanical effects of highly twisted optical vortices interacting on two-level atoms”. V. E. Lembessis, M. Babiker and D. Ellinas . Central European Workshop on Quantum Optics (CEWQO 2016), Orthodox Academy of Crete, Kolymbari, Chania, Greece, 25/6-1/7 2016. 16. Artificial gauge magnetic and electric fields for free two-level atoms interacting optical ferris light fields”. V. E. Lembessis, A. A. Alqarni, S. K. Alshammari, A. Siddig, O. M. Aldossary. Poster presented in the Central European Workshop on Quantum Optics (CEWQO 2016), Orthodox Academy of Crete, Kolymbari, Chania, Greece, 25/6-1/7 2016. 17. “Mechanical effects of highly twisted light interacting with two-level atoms”. V. E. Lembessis, M. Babiker and D. Ellinas. META’16 Malaga - Spain The 7th International Conference on Metamaterials, Photonic Crystals and Plasmonics 25-28 July 2016. 18. “Arrays of dark optical traps on a toroidal surface”. J. Belin, V. Lembessis, A. Lyras, O. Aldossary, J. Courtial. Frontiers in Optics/Laser Science Conference (FiO/LS), Washington Hilton, Washington, D.C., 16-20 September 2018. FUNDING Research Program: Laser–atom interactions and applications. Budget: 400,000 Euro. Position: Co-investigator. Funding Authority: NPST, Saudi Arabia. Program Code:11-MAT-1898-02. Duration: 2013-2015 Research Program: Image technique for atom cooling. Budget: 220,000 Euro. Position: Researcher. Funding Authority: KACST, Saudi Arabia. Program Code: 899-33. Duration: 2013-2015 Research Program: Quantum Computation and Quantum Information. Budget: 50,000 Euro. Position: Senior Researcher. Funding Authority: Pythagoras II, EPEAEK Joint funding of Greek Ministry of Education and EU. Duration: 2005-2008 Research Program: Mechanical and Coherence Effects of Structured Laser Beams on Two-Level Atoms Budget: 400,000 Euro. Position: Principal Investigator. Funding Authority: NPST, Saudi Arabia. Program Code:15-MAT5110-02. Duration: Two Years. Paricipants: O. M. Al-Dossary (KSU), M. Babiker (York Univ.), D. Ellinas (Technical University of Crete, Greece), Z. Ficek (KACST, Riyadh), A. Lyras (KSU). LIST OF RESEARCH PARTNERS • Pr. M. Babiker (York) • Pr. D. L. Andrews (East Anglia) • Pr. L. Allen (Glasgow) • Pr. M. Padgett (Glasgow) • Dr. J. Courtial (Glasgow) • Dr. S. Franke-Arnold (Glasgow) • Pr. Z. Ficek (KACST, Riyah, Saudi Arabia) • Pr. D. Ellinas (Technical University of Crete) • Pr. A. Lyras (University of Ioannina Greece, also in King Saud University, Saudi Arabia) • Dr. O. M. Al-Dossary (King Saud University, Saudi Arabia) • Dr. N. Felemban (Uma Qura University, Mekkah, Saudi Arabia) • Pr. Peter Zoller (Innsbruck University, Austria) • M. Laski, H. Pichler (Innsbruck University, Austria) OTHER WORKING EXPERIENCE BEYOND ACADEMY 1997-1998: Physics Teacher at the Foundation Department of “Plato” private scool of Athens (Teaching Language English). 2003-2004: IB Teacher in Physics, “Geitonas” private school of Athens (Teaching Language English). 2006-2010: IB Teacher in Physics, “Nea Genia-Ziridis” school of Athens (Teaching Language English).

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Personal Information:Vasileios Lempesis

Education:Phd Essex University (UK)

Employment Record: Associate Professor at KSU

Research Interests:Quantum Optics, Laser Cooling and Trapping, Atom Optics, Structured Light Beams, Plasmonics,

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