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*Name *Antonios
Charalambopoulos

*Citizenship *Greek

*Born *September 19, 1965, in Greece

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Professor in Differential Equations,

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*National Technical University of
Athens, School of Applied

Mathematical and Physical Sciences, Dept. of

Mathematics, 15780 Athens, GREECE

Tel : 3-210 7721743

e-mail : acharala@math.ntua.gr

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Previous Positions__

2002-2012 Professor in PDE’s and Integral equations,

University of Ioannina, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Greece

1999-2002 Visiting Professor as a collaborative member of

the Academic Research Staff of the Hellenic Open University, Greece

1997- 2002 * *Assistant
Professor of Applied Mathematics (PDE’s and Integral Eqs.), Aristotle
University of Thessaloniki,

Polytechnic School, Department of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, Greece

1995- 1997 • Postdoctoral Researcher

FORTH/ICE-HT, Patras, Greece

• Teaching Assistant, University of Patras, Dept. of

Chemical Engineering, Greece

1993-1995 Visiting Teacher in the Military Academy Engineering

School, Greece

__Academic Studies ____ __

1990-92 Ph. D in Applied Mathematics* *

National Technical University of Athens, Greece

1988-89 M. Sc. in Applied Mathematics

Brown University, Providence, USA

1983-88 Dipl. Ing. in Electrical Engineering

National Technical University of Athens, Greece

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Academic Administration__

2013-2015 Director of the interdisciplinary graduate program “Applied

Mathematical Sciences”, NTUA

2004-2012
Director of the Scientific Laboratory “Mathematical Modeling

and Scientific Computing”, University of Ioannina

2006-2008
Director of the interdisciplinary graduate program “Material’s

Science and Engineering”, University of Ioannina

2005-2007 and

2007-2009
President of the Dept. of Material’s Science and Engineering,

University of Ioannina

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__Areas of Interest__* *Direct and Inverse Scattering problem for Acoustics,

Electromagnetism and Elasticity, Mathematical Modeling,

Partial differential equations (general theory, Boundary Value Problems),

Integral Equations, applications of P.D.Es and Scattering theory to biomechanics,

Enhanced theories of gradient elasticity and applications to Biomechanics and materials engineering.

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