Petros Papadogiannis, PhD
Dr. Petros Papadogiannis is a vision scientist at 2EyesVision specializing in vision sciences, visual optics, and myopia control. With over 7 years of research experience, he has held various positions and contributed to the success of different organizations. Previously, Petros served as a Researcher and Project Manager at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden. In this role, he planned and executed research projects, conducted data analysis, and prepared reports and manuscripts for publication. Additionally, he gained experience working on optical tables and mentoring students as teacher and co-supervisor. His research primarily focuses on investigating ocular aberrations, encompassing measurements of foveal and peripheral aberrations as well as correction and manipulation of those, using adaptive optics. He also focuses on analyzing the effects of monochromatic and chromatic aberrations on vision and image quality. His work has been published in reputable journals, highlighting his knowledge and contributions to the field of vision science.
In addition to his academic pursuits, Petros gained valuable experience in sales and customer service. He has developed a commercial and marketing mindset growing up in a family with its own business and later on working as head sales-assistant in a company.
With his diverse background and dedication to expanding his horizons, Petros Papadogiannis is a versatile and valuable professional.
Ph.D. in Physics (Biomedical Physics), KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden (03/2021) Department of Applied Physics Dissertation: Myopia control and peripheral vision
Master of Science in Optics&Vision, University of Crete, Medical School, Heraklion, Greece (03/2016) Dissertation: Distributions of axial length and refractive error in patients with keratoconus
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, University of Crete, School of Sciences, Heraklion, Greece (07/2013)