Dr Iasmi Sterianou joined Sheffield Hallam University in 2013 as a Lecturer in Materials Engineering.
She received her MEng in Chemical Engineering from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, in 2003, after completing her dissertation on Molecular Beam Epitaxy and its Application on High-Temperature Superconductors. She then did research on bismuth-based perovskites for high temperature piezoelectric applications and received her PhD in Engineering Materials from the University of Sheffield in 2008. Upon completing her PhD, she became a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Sheffield working in advanced functional oxides within Professor Reaney’s group.
Currently, Iasmi also holds a Visiting Lecturer position at the University of Sheffield.
Specialist areas of interest
The focus of Iasmi's research is the synthesis and characterization of novel materials used in the manufacture of electrical and electronic components such as capacitors, microwave resonators for wireless communication devices, and actuators for automotive and medical applications. The areas of her research interests include
- Piezoelectrics (lead free and high-temperature)
- Multiferroics (Rare-earth doped bismuth ferrite)
- Low sintering temperature microwave dielectrics
- Electrophoretic deposition of functional ceramics
Department of Engineering and Mathematics
Science, Technology and Arts
During her time as a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Sheffield, Iasmi has collaborated with Prof. Paula Vilarinho from the Department of Ceramics and Glass Engineering, Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal on electrophoretic deposition of microwave dielectrics. J. Eur. Ceram. Soc., 32: 4319-4326 (2012)
She has also been a Visiting Researcher at the Institute of Materials Science, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany, where she did research on high temperature ferroelectric and piezoelectric response of ceramics and prototype actuators, in collaboration with Prof. Jürgen Rödel. J Electroceram., 28:95-100 (2012)
CUMMING, DJ, SEBASTIAN, T, STERIANOU, I, RÖDEL, J, REANEY, IM (2013). 'Bi(Me)O3 – PbTiO3 high TC piezoelectric multilayers,' Mater. Tech.: Adv. Perform. Mater., 28, 247.
MIRSANEH, M, REANEY, IM, HAN, Y, STERIANOU, I, LEISTEN, OP (2013). 'Low sintering temperature high permittivity glass ceramic composites for dielectric'
CUMMING, DJ, SEBASTIAN, T, STERIANOU, I, RÖDEL, J, REANEY, IM (2013). 'Bi(Me)O3 – PbTiO3 high TC piezoelectric multilayers.' Materials Technology: Advanced Performance Materials, 28, 247.
BENNETT, J, BELL, AJ, STEVENSON, TJ, SMITH, RI, STERIANOU, I, REANEY, IM, COMYN, TP (2013). 'Multiferroic properties of BiFeO3-(K0.5Bi0.5)TiO3 ceramics', Mater. Lett., 94, 172 (2013).
CHEN, X, ZHANG, W, ZALINSKA, B, STERIANOU, I, BAI, S, REANEY, IM (2012). 'Low Sintering Temperature Microwave Dielectric Ceramics and Composites based on Bi2O3 –B2O3.” J. Am. Ceram. Soc., 95, 3207.
REANEY, IM, MACLAREN, I, WANG, L, SCHAFFER, B, CRAVEN, A, KALANTARI, K, STERIANOU, I, MIAO, S, KARIMI, S, SINCLAIR, DC (2012) 'Defect chemistry of Ti-doped antiferroelectric Bi0.85Nd0.15FeO3', Applied Physics Letters, 100, 182902 (2012).
KALANTARI, K, STERIANOU, I, SINCLAIR, DC, BINGHAM, PA, POKORNÝ, J, REANEY, IM (2012). 'Structural phase transitions in Ti-doped Bi1-xNdxFeO3 ceramics', Journal of Applied Physics, 111, 064107.
SEBASTIAN, T, STERIANOU, I, REANEY, IM, LEIST, T, W, JO, RÖDEL, J (2012). 'Piezoelectric activity of (1-x)[0.35Bi(Mg1/2Ti1/2)O3-0.3BiFeO3-0.35BiScO3] - xPbTiO3 ceramics as a function of temperature,' J. Electroceram., 28, 95.
KHAN, HU, STERIANOU, I, MIAO, S, POKORNY, J, REANEY, IM (2012). "The effect of Li-substitution on the M-phases of AgNbO3." J. Appl. Phys., 111, 024107.
YAN, F, MIAO, S, STERIANOU, I, REANEY, IM, LAI, MO, LU, L, SONG, WD (2011) "Multiferroic properties and temperature-dependent leakage mechanism of Sc-substituted bismuth ferrite-lead titanate thin films." Scripta Mater., 64, 458.
MIRSANEH, M, REANEY, IM, HAN, Y, STERIANOU, I, LEISTEN, OP (2011) 'Low sintering temperature high permittivity glass ceramic composites for dielectric'