About Filippos Tourlomousis
Filippos Tourlomousis studied mechanical engineering at University of Patras in Greece. He completed his Masters in experimental fluid dynamics at von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics in Belgium. He completed his PhD at Stevens Institute of Technology, where he developed a machine learning-based metrology platform for the homogeneous expansion of mesenchymal stem cells on melt electrowritten scaffolds. Currently, he is working as a Post-Doctoral Associate at the MIT Center for Bits and Atoms, home of the thousand fab labs spread around the world. At CBA Filippos is working under the supervision of Prof. Neil Gershenfeld on rapid prototyping of unconventional machines for the processing of complex fluids. The project aims to accelerate the discovery of novel materials and make materials measurements accessible to the masses.