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Mr Anastasios Koulogiannis
5th Floor, Room 504
Torrington Place
Roberts Engineering Building
London
WC1E 7JE
Tel: +44 (0)78 2125 0826
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Appointment
  • Postgraduate Teaching Assistant
  • Dept of Mechanical Engineering
  • Faculty of Engineering Science
Biography
Anestis started his studies in 2015 in the Department of Civil Engineering of the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA). In 2018 he was selected to participate in the double degree programme between NTUA and École des Ponts ParisTech where he obtained his Diplôme d’Ingénieur as well as a Master of Research in Materials Science and Engineering. 

His interest in engineering applications in healthcare led him to join UCL in 2021 to study for his PhD in a joint project between the departments of Mechanical and Chemical Engineering. His research focuses on utrasound induced flows and transport phenomena in confined dentine models and is linked to the EPSRC grant SONATA.

Research Summary
Project Title: 

Ultrasound induced flows and transport phenomena in confined dentine models 

Description: 

The aim of the project is to provide a physics -based approach to the design of such targeted drug delivery systems by characterising the flows generated by ultrasound in fluidic systems mimicking dentine tubules or root canals in the presence and absence of biofilm. It will combine microfluidics and laser- based diagnostic techniques to quantify the velocity field in the ultrasound generated flows in various geometries, and their impact on drug release and biofilm disruption. This knowledge will then help to optimise the drug delivery platform.

Teaching Summary
Postgraduate Teaching Assistant:

Mechanics of Solids and Structures (MECH0013), second year undergraduate course, Department of Mechanical Engineering (2022-Present)

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