Chemistry Faculty: Christos Lampropoulos, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor


Office: Science & Engineering (Building 50), Room 2718

Lab: Science & Engineering (Building 50), Room 2720

Phone: (904) 620-2152

Email: C. 


Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry with Honors - University of Illinois at Chicago 2004

M.Sc. - University of Florida 2007

Ph.D. - University of Florida 2009

Postdoctoral Research - University of Patras, Greece 2009-2010


Dr. Lampropoulos teaches General and Inorganic Chemistry

Research Interests

The research interests of Dr. Lampropoulos include:

  • the synthesis of functional inorganic materials with magnetic, conducting, catalytic, or photo-responsive properties
  • the synthesis of hybrid nano-materials which possess multiple functions such as the ones mentioned above
  • the physical and spectroscopic characterization of these materials using a variety of methods (NMR, EPR, Electrochemistry, Mossbauer spectroscopy, SQUID and micro-SQUID magnetometry, among others).
  • x-ray crystallography

Dr. Lampropoulos' research is not only highly interdisciplinary with strong ties to Materials Science and Physics, but also very rewarding with many high-quality publications in peer-reviewed journals. For more information visit the Lampropoulos Group website.