Professor. Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1979.
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Names and contact information of faculty members, emeriti faculty, adjunct faculty, lab teaching staff, staff and graduate students. All offices are in the building of the Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics unless noted otherwise. The Heraklion area code is 2810.
Professor. Ph.D., University of Patras, 2002.
Mathematical and computational modeling of complex molecular systems. Statistical analysis of big data. Dimensionality reduction. Hierarchical multi-scale modeling. Coarse-graining of atomistic systems. Statistical mechanics. Molecular simulations. Non-equilibrium systems.
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Professor. Ph.D., Courant Institute, 1991.
Completely integrable infinite dimensional Hamiltonian systems. Riemann-Hilbert problems on hyperelliptic curves. Potential theory and variational problems of electrostatic type in the plane. PDE theory and initial-boundary value problems for soliton equations. Asymptotic analysis and nonlinear steepest descent. Semiclassical asymptotics.
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Professor. Ph.D., University of Athens, 2002.
Applied Analysis, nonlinear partial differential equations, stochastic differential equations, deterministic and stochastic problems of phase change, singular perturbation problems, Stochastic and deterministic dynamics, Asymptotics, mean curvature flow, stochastic motion under mean curvature. Mathematical methods for multiscale problems.
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Professor. Ph.D., University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 1994.
Applied and Computational Mathematics, Numerical solution of PDE’s, Mathematical Modelling, Machine Learning. Application areas: Computational Fluid Dynamics, Wave propagation, Renewable Energy(solar cells).
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