Associate Professor (Retired), Department of Physics University of Athens, Greece (since 2003). He was born in Athens, Greece, in 1943. He obtained the B.Sc. in Physics from the University of Athens, Greece (1965) and a second B.Sc. in Mathematics from the same University (1970). He received the Ph.D. in Elementary Particle Physics from the University of Sussex, U.K. (1976). He has served as Assistant, Chief Assistant, Lecturer and Assistant Professor at the Department of Physics. His present scientific interests include 5D Gravity and Artificial Intelligence.
Kotsakis Demetrios (1910–1986)
Professor of Astronomy, University of Athens, Greece and Director of the Astronomical Institute of the National Observatory of Athens. He was born in Filiatra, Greece. He discovered a paragraph in the last will and testament of Korialgenos in the form of Bank of Greece bonds stating his desire for the acquisition of a large telescope and proceeded to establish the Kryonerion Astronomical Station in Corinthia, Greece and to equip it with the largest at the time reflector of 1,2 m.