Prof. Panos Argyrakis
Panos Argyrakis (born 1950, PhD from the University of Michigan 1978), Professor of Physics at the University of Thessaloniki, Greece (since 1985). His interests are in Computational Complexity and Networks. Lagre-scale Monte-Carlo computer simulation techniques. Grid Computing and Parallel Computing. Structure and Dynamics of networked system. Spreading phenomena on networks. Scale-free networks. Random networks. Social and economic networks. Properties of networked entities. Graph theory. Game Theory.
Author of over ~300 published works in international journals, books, conference proceedings, etc, with about ~200 citations/year. h-factor ~40.
Expert Evaluator: Reviewer in over 10 different scientific journals on a regular basis. Expert evaluator in several different EC Framework Programs of the European Commission, ESF, COST, NATO, ESA. Evaluator in National projects in Greece, Belgium, UK, Czechia.
Representative of Greece in several EC Committees, including the e-IRG strategy group.
Funding / International Collaborations: Have carried out over 60 funded projects by EC and Greek national agencies.