



Greeks with a PhD in Astronomy 
Gkouvelis Leonardos 

Glampedakis Kostas 
Position: 
Researcher, University of Murcia 
PhD: 
2001, Dept. of Physics & Astronomy, Cardiff University, United Kingdom 
Thesis: 
Aspects of wave and particle dynamics in the field of a rotating black hole 
Supervisor(s): 
Sathyaprakash B.S. 
Biography: 




Gonidakis Ioannis 
Position: 
Private Sector, Business Analyst, Afiniti.com 
PhD: 
2004, School of Physics & Astronomy, University of Manchester, United Kingdom 
Thesis: 
43 Ghz SiO maser emission around the Mira variable Tx cam 
Supervisor(s): 
Diamond Phil 
Biography: 
https://www.linkedin.com/in/ioannisgonidakis/ 



Gontikakis Constantinos 

Goudis Christos 
Position: 
Faculty, University of Patras 
PhD: 
1974, School of Physics & Astronomy, University of Manchester, United Kingdom 
Thesis: 
Radio and optical structure of HII regions 
Supervisor(s): 
Meaburn John 
Biography: 
Professor (retired), University of Patras, Greece (19812014), and Director, Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics, National Observatory of Athens, Greece (20012011). He was born in Piraeus, Greece, on 15th of April 1947. He got his B.Sc. in physics from the University of Athens, Greece (1969), the M.Sc. from the University of Manchester, U.K. (1972) and his Ph.D. from the same University. He worked as a Researcher at the Department of Physics and Astrophysics at the University of Manchester (19741979) and at the MaxPlanckInstitut für Astronomie (19791981). He has published many special volumes as well as 13 textbooks on Astrophysics and many books on popular Astronomy. 



Gouliermis Dimitrios 

Gourgouliatos Konstantinos 
Position: 
Faculty, University of Patras 
PhD: 
2009, Institute of Astronomy, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom 
Thesis: 
Relativistic magnetohydrodynamics 
Supervisor(s): 
LyndenBell Donald 
Biography: 




GousidouKoutita Maria 
Position: 
Faculty, University of Thessaloniki 
PhD: 
1980, School of Physics & Astronomy, University of Manchester, United Kingdom 
Thesis: 
Elliptic restricted problem fo three bodies, with applications to the dynamics of lunar satellites 
Supervisor(s): 
Kopal Zdenek 
Biography: 
Born in Thessalonki, she graduated from the Dept. of Mathematics of Aristotle University in 1974.
She was employed as Assistant to the Dept. of Mathematics, assigned to the operation of the mainframe University Computer and the innovative administrative applications of Information Systems.
On a sabbatical 19771980, and with the support of British Council she conducted post graduate study and research in the Dept of Astronomy of Manchester University. She was awarded the PhD Doctorate, by the supervision of Prof. Zdenek Kopal, of Victoria University of Manchester in Mathematical Astronomy in 1980. She continued her service at the Dept. of Mathematics of Aristotle University in the Section of Computer Science and Numerical Analysis, as Lecturer, as Assistant Professor after 1990, and as Associate Professor in 20062007.
She was occupied with research and applications of Numerical Analysis and Computers in Celestial Mechanics and with teaching of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Numerical Analysis and Computational Mathematics.
She is a member of Greek Mathematical Society, of the Greek Astronomical Society, and regular reviewer to the Zentralblatt fur Mathematik, and recently to the periodical Planetary and Space Science.
She published numerous papers in international scientific periodicals and conferences, and she supervised two (Ph.D.) Doctorate Dissertations and numerous Diploma projects (M.Sc.) of postgraduate students. She was examiner to many Doctorate Dissertations (Ph.D.), and Diploma projects (M.Sc.).
She authored scientific textbooks for the undergraduate courses; entitled “Advanced Applied Mathematics and Numerical Methods” (1984), “Numerical Analysis” (2004), “Computational Mathematics” (2014), “teaching notes of Computational Mathematics I” (1992) and “teaching notes of Computational Mathematics II” (1993), and for postgraduate courses; “Numerical Methods with Applications to Control Theory” (2006), “Numerical Methods with Applications to the Ordinary (ODE) and Partial Differential Equations (PDE)” (2009). 



Graikou Eleni 
Position: 
Postdoc, MaxPlanckInstitute for Radioastronomy 
PhD: 
2019, Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, Unversity of Bonn, Germany 
Thesis: 
High precision timing 
Supervisor(s): 
Kramer Michael 
Biography: 




Grammenos Theofanes 
Position: 
Faculty, University of Thessaly 
PhD: 
1994, Dept. of Physics, Univerisity of Athens, Greece 
Thesis: 
Nonadiabatic gravitational collapse in the General Theory of Relativity 
Supervisor(s): 
Christodoulakis Theodosios 
Biography: 




Grigorelis Floros 

Grigoriadou Simela 

Grousouzakou Evangelia 
Position: 
High School Teacher 
PhD: 
2000, Dept. of Physics, University of Athens, Greece 
Thesis: 
A study of the distribution of periodic orbits in disturbed hamiltonian systems of two degrees of freedom 
Supervisor(s): 
Contopoulos George 
Biography: 





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