Kalantonis Vasileios
Associate ProfessorKalantonis Vasileios Division of Electric Power Systems
B.Sc. in Mathematics, Department of Mathematics, University of Patras
M.Sc. in Computational Mathematics and Decision Making, Department of Mathematics and Department of Computer Engineering and Informatics, University of Patras
Ph.D. in Celestial Mechanics, Department of Engineering Sciences, University of Patras

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Vassilis Kalantonis was born in Koroni, Greece (1974). In 1998 he received his Degree in Mathematics from the Department of Mathematics, University of Patras, Greece, and in 2001 his M.Sc. from the interdepartmental Graduate Program “Mathematics of Computers and Decision Making” of the Department of Mathematics and the Department of Computer Engineering and Informatics, University of Patras. In 2004 he received his Ph.D. from the Department of Engineering Sciences of the University of Patras.

In 2005 he was appointed Lecturer of the Department of Engineering Sciences, University of Patras where in 2011 he was promoted to Assistant Professor. In 2013 he joined the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Patras as an Assistant Professor while in 2020 he was promoted to Associate Professor, a position from which is currently serving the department.

Since 2005 he has taught courses of Applied Mathematics and Computer Programming as well as Laboratories in Numerical Analysis in several Departments of the Engineering School.

He has published 27 scientific papers in international refereed journals, 5 papers in refereed edited volumes as well as 7 papers in international conferences. His research has received over 270 citations and is focused in the fields of Celestial Mechanics, nonlinear dynamical systems in molecular Physics, continuous and discrete dynamical systems in Economy, stability and bifurcation theory and numerical solution of nonlinear algebraic systems, Electric and magnetic activity of the brain.

He was a scientific coordinator of a “K. Karatheodory” research program of the University of Patras (2007-2010) and he is serving as a reviewer in 24 international journals.

Recent Journal Publications:

  1. Abouelmagd, E.I., Kalantonis, V.S. and Perdiou, A.E.: 2021, A Quantized Hill’s Dynamical System, Advances in Astronomy, vol. 2021, Article ID 9963761, 7 pages.
  2. Kalantonis, V.S., Vincent, A.E., Gyegwe, J.M. and Perdios, E.A.: 2021, “Periodic Solutions around the Out-of-Plane Equilibrium Points in the Restricted Three-Body Problem with Radiation and Angular Velocity Variation”, in Rassias Th.M., Pardalos, P.M. (Eds) Nonlinear Analysis and Global Optimization, Springer Optimization and Its Applications, 167, 251-275, Springer, Cham.
  3. Doschoris, M., Papargiri, A., Kalantonis, V.S. and Vafeas, P.: 2021, “Application of Boundary Perturbations on Medical Monitoring and Imaging Techniques”, in Rassias, Th.M. (Ed.) Nonlinear Analysis, Differential Equations, and Applications, Springer Optimization and Its Applications, 173, to appear, Springer, Cham.
  4. Kalantonis, V.S.: 2020, Numerical Investigation for Periodic Orbits in the Hill Three-Body Problem, Universe, 6, 72, 17 pages.
  5. Zotos, E.E., Perdiou, A.E. and Kalantonis, V.S.: 2019, Numerical Investigation for the Dynamics of the Planar Circular Pluto-Charon System, Planetary and Space Science, 179, 104718, 15 pages.
  6. Kalantonis, V.S., Perdiou, E. and Douskos, C.N.: 2018, “Asymptotic orbits in Hill’s problem when the larger primary is a source of radiation”, in Rassias T. (eds) Applications of Nonlinear Analysis, Springer Optimization and Its Applications, 134, 523-535, Springer, Cham.
  7. Singh, J., Perdiou, A.E., Gyegwe, J.M. and Kalantonis, V.S.: 2017, Periodic orbits around the collinear equilibrium points for binary Sirius, Procyon, Luhman 16, α-Centuari and Luyten 726-8 systems: the spatial case, Journal of Physics Communications, 1, 025008, 13 pages.
  8. Singh, J., Kalantonis, V.S., Gyegwe, J.M. and Perdiou, A.E.: 2016, Periodic motions around the collinear equilibrium points of the R3BP where the primary is a triaxial rigid body and the secondary is an oblate spheroid, The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, 227:13, 14 pages.
  9. Elshaboury, S.M., Abouelmagd, E.I., Kalantonis, V.S. and Perdios, E.A.: 2016, The planar restricted three-body problem when both primaries are triaxial rigid bodies: Equilibrium points and periodic orbits, Astrophysics and Space Science, 361:315, 18 pages.
  10. Perdios, E.A., Kalantonis, V.S., Perdiou, A.E. and Nikaki, A.A.: 2015, Equilibrium points and related periodic motions in the restricted three-body problem with angular velocity and radiation effects, Advances in Astronomy, vol. 2015, Article ID 473483, 21 pages.
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