2015 ~ Present: Researcher (Antenna Engineer) at Athens Information Technology, Broadband Wireless and Sensor Networks Group.
2012 ~ 2014: Research Commission of NTUA, contract on “MIMO technologies for satellite and stratospheric communications”. Α) Design process on MIMO systems for satellite and stratospheric communications. Β) Measurement of MIMO radio channels – Measurements’ processing.
2009 ~ 2010: Research Commission of AUTH, measuring power density of electromagnetic radiation.
2006 ~ 2008: Research Commission of AUTH, contract on “Computer Applications for Satellite Communications II. Improved interactive wideband access through best convergence of services using DVB-RCS technology.”
2004 ~ 2005: LCI Project, study and development of an electron-proton-ion particle counter for Loss Cone Imager, for NASA – USAF. On behalf of the Department of Astronomy in Boston University, Center for Space Physics.
2003 ~ 2005: Data analysis, IDL programming to visualize electron pitch-angle distributions. CAMMICE/IES instrument onboard POLAR satellite. On behalf of the Department of Astronomy in Boston University, Center for Space Physics.
2004: Device testing, magnetometers of various types. Deployable Structures Experiment satellite. On behalf of the Department of Astronomy in Boston University, Center for Space Physics, LCI project, NASA – USAF mission.
Dimitrios K. Ntaikos et al.: “Metamaterial-Based Electrically Small Multiband Planar Monopole Antennas”, IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters, Vol. 10, pp. 963 – 966, 2011.
Dimitrios K. Ntaikos et al.: “Compact Split-Ring Resonator-Loaded Multiple-Input – Multiple-Output Antenna with Electrically Small Elements and Reduced Mutual Coupling”, IET Microwaves, Antennas & Propagation, Volume 7, Issue 6, 23 April 2013, p. 421 – 429.
Dimitrios K. Ntaikos et al.: “Compact Metamaterial – Enhanced MIMO Antennas with Optimal Channel Capacity”, IET Microwaves, Antennas & Propagation, 2014.