Dimitrios – Nikolaos Pagonis

Associate Professor


  • PhD in the scientific area of Integrated Sensors, National & Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece, 2004.
  • MSc in the scientific area of Microelectronics, National & Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece, 2001.
  • MEng (Hons) in Electronic & Electrical Engineering (1st Class), Loughborough University, UK, 1999.



Research interests

  • 3D/4D printing
  • Measurement systems employing 3D/4D printing
  • Measurement systems for marine engineering applications
  • Screen-printing
  • New microsystems technologies
  • Microsystems modeling and simulation
  • Sensors interfacing
  • Sensors/actuators on flexible substrates
  • Silicon micromachining


Selected publications

D.N. Pagonis, I. Matsoukas, A. Pilatis, G. Kaltsas, “Design and Fabrication of a novel monolithic 3D printed air flow sensor”, MNE-EUROSENSORS 2022, Leuven, Belgium, 19-23 September, 2022.

D.N. Pagonis, V. Benaki, G. Kaltsas, A. Pagonis, “Design of a Mass Air Flow Sensor Employing Additive Manufacturing and Standard Airfoil Geometry”, Appl. Sci. 11, Marine science and Engineering section, 11579 (2021).

D.N. Pagonis, A. Moschos, G. Kaltsas, “A PCB based engine air intake sensor – Application to a typical low power engine”, Procedia Engineering, 168 59 – 62 (2016).

D.N. Pagonis, G. Livanos, G. Theotokatos, S. Peppa, N. Themelis, “Open-type ferry safety system design for using LNG fuel”, Journal of Marine Science and Application 15 (4), 405-425 (2016).

D.N. Pagonis, G. Theotokatos, G. Livanos, “Accurate instantaneous engine speed recording by employing an optical measurement system- Application to a typical low power industrial engine”, SAE 2013 World Congress & Exhibition, Detroit, Michigan, USA, SAE Technical Papers 2, doi:10.4271/2013-01-0304 (2013).

D.N. Pagonis, A. Petropoulos, G. Kaltsas, A. G. Nassiopoulou and A. Tserepi, “Novel microfluidic flow sensor based on a microchannel capped by porous silicon”, phys. stat. sol. (a) 204, 5, 1474– 1479 (2007).

“Low Power Silicon Thermal Flow Sensors and Microfluidic Devices Using Porous Silicon Sealed Air Cavity or Microchannels”, A. Nassiopoulou, G. Kaltsas, D. Pagonis, United States Patent US20080044939 (2003).



The current academic year teaches the following courses:


  • Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering
  • Introduction to Control
  • Ship Electrical systems
  • Sensor technology


  • Modern sensors – Application to marine measurement systems