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Today:
Researcher in Deparment of Mathematics at University of Patras.
Lecturer of Applications in Department of Tourism Management at TEI of Western Greece


Ph.D.:
in "Computational Mathematics and Informatics", in Department of Mathematics - University of Patras.
Dissertation: Numerical Solution of Nonlinear Parameterized Equations and Global Optimization using Interval Analysis"
Supervisor: As. Prof. Mrs Theodoula N. Grapsa


M.Sc.:
in "Mathematics of Computation and Decision Making" - (Excellent),
in Department of Mathematics & Department of Computer, Engineering and Informatics Department - University of Patras.
Master Thesis: Software for Solving Nonlinear Equations, Systems of Nonlinear Equations and Finding the Minimal Root of a Nonlinear Equation using Interval Methods
Advisor: As. Prof. Mrs Theodoula N. Grapsa


Diploma:
in Mathematics (4 years degree - Very Good) - University of Patras.
Senor Thesis: Finding the Minimal and the Maximal Root of a Nonlinear Equation Using Interval Analysis",
Advisor: As. Prof. Mrs Theodoula N. Grapsa

 

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Today:

Ph.D. Student, in Computational Mathematics and Informatics, in Department of Mathematics - University of Patras

Dissertation Topic: Numerical Solution of Nonlinear Equations Using Interval Methods, Advisor: As. Prof. T.N. Grapsa

 

June 2004:

M.Sc. in "Mathematics of Computation and Decision Making" - (Excellent), in Department of Mathematics and Computer, Engineering and Informatics Department - University of Patras.

Master Thesis: "Interval Methods for Solving Nonlinear Equations and Systems of Nonlinear Equations and for Finding the Minimal Root of a Nonlinear Equation", Advisor: As. Prof. T.N. Grapsa

 

September 2000:

Diploma in Mathematics (4 years degree - Very Good) - University of Patras.

Senor Thesis: Finding the Minimal and the Maximal Root of a Nonlinear Equation Using Interval Analysis, Advisor: As. Prof. T.N. Grapsa

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