Thursday, 17 10 2019

Perdios Efstathios

 

Perdios Efstathios, Professor

 

Photo Perdios
   B.Sc. (Honours) in Mathematics, University of Patras, Greece
   Ph.D. in Celestial Mechanics, University of Patras, Greece
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Curriculum Vitae

Personal Information

Date of Birth: 2-1-1955

Place of Birth: Kalamata, Greece.

Education and Positions Held

1973- High School Diploma, Kalamata, Greece.

1980- B.Sc. (Honours) in Mathematics, University of Patras, Greece.

1985- Ph.D. in Celestial Mechanics, University of Patras, Greece.

1987- Lecturer of Dept. of Engineering Sciences, University of Patras, Greece.

Since 1992 - Assistant Professor of  Dept. of Engineering Sciences, University of Patras, Greece.

Since 1999 - Associate Professor of  Dept. of Engineering Sciences, University of Patras, Greece.

Since 2004 - Professor of  Dept. of Engineering Sciences, University of Patras, Greece.

Since 2013 - Professor of Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Patras, Greece.

Teaching Experience

He has taught “Mathematical Analysis”, “Numerical Analysis” and “Introduction to Computers and Programming Languages” to students of the Faculty of Engineering, University of Patras, for several years.

Research

He has published 55 scientific papers in international refereed journals and 18 papers in international conferences. His research has received over 650 citations and is focused in the following areas: Numerical Methods, Dynamical Systems, Orbital Mechanics, Computational Mechanics. He has supervised 2 PhD theses.

Recent Publications

1. E.A. Perdios, 2007, “The manifolds of families of 3D periodic orbits associated to Sitnikov motions in the restricted three- body problem”, Celest. Mech. Dyn. Astr., 99, 85-104.

2. E.A. Perdios, V,S,Kalantonis and C.N. Douskos, 2008, “Straight- line oscillations generating three- dimensional motions in the photogravitational restricted three-body problem”, Astrophys. Space Sci., 314, 199-208.

3. V.S.Kalantonis, E.A. Perdios and A.E. Perdiou, 2008, “The Sitnikov Family and the Associated of 3D Periodic Orbits in the Photogravitational RTBP with Oblateness”, Astrophys. Space Sci., 315, 323-334.

4. G.A. Tsirogianis, E.A. Perdios and V.V Markellos, 2009, “Improved Grid search Method: An efficient Tool for Global Computation of Periodic Orbits: Application to Hill’s Problem”, Celes. Mech. Dyn. Astr., 103, 49-78.

5. C. Douskos, M. Markakis and E.A. Perdios, 2011, “Exotic Equilibrium of Restricted Three-Body Problem Variants and Fractal Basins of Convergence”, 2ndInternational Symposium Ra’11 on Rare Attractor and Rare Phenomena in Nonlinear Dynamics, Riga-Jurmala, Latvia.

6. C. Douskos, V. Kalantonis, P. Markellos and E.A. Perdios, 2012, “On Sitnikov-like motions generating new kind of 3d periodic orbits in the R3BP with prolate primaries”, Astrophys. Space Sci, 337, 99-106.

7. E.A. Perdios and V.S. Kalantonis, 2012, “Self- Resonant Bifurcations of the Sitnikov Family and the Appearance of 3D Isolas in the Restricted Three- Body Problem”, Celest. Mech. Dyn. Astr., 113, 377-386.

8. A.E. Perdiou, E.A. Perdios and V.S. Kalantonis, 2012, “Periodic orbits of the Hill problem with radiation and oblateness”, Astrophys. Space Sci, 342, 19-30.

9. A.E. Perdiou, A.A. Nikaki and E.A. Perdios, 2013, “Periodic motions in the spatial Chermnykh restricted three- body problem”, Astrophys. Space, 345, 57-66.

10. E.A. Perdios, V.S. Kalantonis, E.A. Perdiou andA.A. Nikaki, 2015Equilibriumpointsand related periodic motions in the restricted three body problem withangular velocity and radiation effects,Advances in Astronomy, Volume 2015, Article ID 473482, 21 pages.

11.S.M. Elshaboury, Elbaz. I. Abouelmagd, V.S. Kalantonis andE.A. Perdios, 2016,The planar restricted three- body problem when both primaries are triaxial rigid bodies: Equilibrium points and periodic orbits, Astrophys. Space Sci. Volume 36, Issue 9, 315, PP:18

12.Jagadish, A.E. Periou, Jessica Mrumun Gyegwe and E.A. Perdios,2018, Periodic solutions around the  collinear equilibrium points in the perturbed restricted three-body problem with triaxial and radiating primaries for binary HD 191408, Kruger 60 and HD 155876 systems, Applied Mathematics and Computation, Volume325, PP: 358-374.


Office hours:

Wensday 14:00-17:00

Thursday 15:00-18:00


 

Teaching

Calculus of one Variable

Multivariable Calculus & Vector Analysis

Numerical Analysis