Vagelis Harmandaris

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Computation-based Science and Technology                                                                                                                                                 Nicosia, Cyprus
Research Center,
The Cyprus Institute,
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Vagelis Harmandaris

 

Research Interests

Mathematical Modeling: Mathematical coarse-graining, stochastic processes, model dimensionality reduction, Bayesian statistics, applied probability, optimization algorithms,non-equilibrium methods, information metrics, statistical methods for analysis of big data, inverse problems.

Computational Modeling and Engineering: Hierarchical multi-scale modelling, atomistic simulations, mesoscopic modelling, molecular dynamics, Monte Carlo, Stochastic dynamics, Brownian dynamics, field theory simulations, ab-initio DFT calculations, Non-equilibrium simulations.

Soft Condensed Matter: Structure-property relations, hybrid complex systems, polymers, biomolecular systems, biological membranes, self-assembled monolayers (SAMs), nanocomposites, proteins, colloids.

Thermodynamics: Statistical mechanics, statistical thermodynamics, non-equilibrium thermodynamics.

Complex Polymeric Materials: Rheology and microscopic modelling, fluid-flow deformation dynamics, grafted polymers, branched polymers, nanocomposites, polymer/solid interfaces, thin polymer films, graphene-based polymer nanocomposites. 

Professional Experience

Professor, ERA-Chair SimEA (from July 2020 full time – Today)
The Cyprus Institute, CyI, Cyprus
 
Associate Professor (September 2016 - Today)
Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Crete, Greece
 
Research Associate (March 2010 – Today)
Institute of Applied and Computational Mathematics (IACM), FORTH, Heraklion, Greece
 
Visiting Scientist (January 2010 – December 2016)
Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research (MPIP), Theory Group, Mainz, Germany
 
Tenured Assistant Professor (December 2014 – September 2016)
Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Crete, Greece
 
Track Tenure Assistant Professor (September 2009 – December 2014)
Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Crete, Greece
 
Research Associate (October 2007 – August 2009)
Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research (MPIP), Theory Group, Mainz, Germany
 
Post-Doctoral Research Associate
(February 2005 – September 2007)
Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research (MPIP), Theory Group, Mainz, Germany
(May 2003 – January 2005)
Institute of Chemical Engineering and High-Temperature Chemical Processes and Department
of Chemical Engineering, University of Patras, Patras, Greece
 
Visiting Scientist
University of Tennessee, Department of Chemical Engineering, Knoxville, USA (November 2003)
 
Military Service (January 2002-March 2003)
War Material Corps, Kolxiko, Salonica, and Sparti, Hellas
 
Ph.D. Research Assistant (September 1996-November 2001)
Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Patras, Greece, and

Institute of Chemical Engineering and High-Temperature Chemical Process (ICE/HT-FORTH)

Education

Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering
University of Patras, Greece, February 2002
  • GPA: Highest degree
  • Dissertation: "Atomistic Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Polymer Melt Viscoelasticity”
  • Advisor: Prof. D.N. Theodorou
Diploma in Chemical Engineering

University of Patras, Greece, July 1996

Publications – Presentations – Other Activities (SYNOPSIS)

He has published about 65 papers in refereed journals, 4 in books, 20 in refereed conference proceedings, and about 55 in non-refereed conference proceedings. He has given more than 120 (about 70 invited) presentations in international conferences and academic and industrial institutions. As of May 30, 2020, he has received (ISI, Web of Science) 3055 total citations (2787 non-self citations). His h-index is 30. He has been a Reviewer for a large number of International Journals, for the European Union, and for various institutions among which the National Science Foundation (USA), the European Science Foundation, the Israeli Science Foundation (ISF), National Research Council of Romania, and the Greek General Secretariat for Research and Technology. He has also been the organizer and co-organizer of 10 International workshops and conferences.

Honors and Awards

  • Who’s Who in Science 2008, 2010 Edition.
  • European fellowship Marie-Curie for participating in the «International School of Solid State Physics: 34th Course: Computer Simulations in Condensed Matter», Erice, Italy, 2005.
  • Ph.D. Research assistant fellowship, Institute of Chemical Engineering and High-TemperatureChemical Process (ICE/HT-FORTH), 1996-2001.
  • European fellowship for participating as a training visitor in University of Edinburgh under theprogram TRACS, UK, 2000
  • Outstanding Undergraduate Student Excellence Awards, 1993 and 1994.

Professional Affiliations

Member, Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM), Hellenic Society of Rheology
(HSR), Technical Camber of Greece (TEE).
Past: American Chemical Society (ACS), American Physical Society (APS).
 
Referee
  • Journals: Nature Journals (Nature Materials, Nature Chemistry, Nature Communications), American Chemical Society (Macromolecules, Langmuir, Journal of the American Chemical Society, ACS Macro Letters), American Physical Society (Physical Review Letters, Physical Review E), Entropy, Royal Society of Chemistry (Soft Matter, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, Journal of Materials Chemistry, Nanoscale), American Institute of Physics (The Journal of Chemical Physics), Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics, Journal of Physical Chemistry, Macromolecular Theory and Simulation, Rheologica Acta, Institute of Physics (Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, Modeling and Simulation in Material Science and Engineering), Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, Polymer, Journal of Molecular Liquids, Molecular Simulation, Computer Physics Communications, Computational and Theoretical Chemistry, Applied Surface Science, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Journal of Computational Chemistry, Journal of Molecular Modeling, ISRN-Polymer Science, Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, Journal of Adhesion, Chemical Engineering Science, European Polymer Journal, European Biophysics Journal, Chinese Journal of Chemistry, Macromolecular Symposia.
  • Review Editor in Frontiers in Physics (Soft Matter Physics).
  • Editorial Board: “Computation”, MDPI; “Polymer”, MDPI; “Sci”, MDPI.
Reviewer for:
  • European Commission.
  • National Science Foundation (NSF), USA.
  • ELIDEK and, General Secretariat for Research and Technology (GSRT), Greece.
  • Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), Germany.
  • Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF), Switzerland.
  • Romanian National Research Council.
  • Israel National Science Foundation (INSF), Israel.
  • Research Grants Council, Hong Kong.
  • CECAM workshops, Europe.
  • Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe (PRACE) Expert, Europe.
  • State Scholarships Foundation (IKY), Greece.
  • e-COST Actions, Europe.
  • High Performance Computing – ARIS proposals, GRNET, Greece.
  • Reviewer for Several International Conferences such as: “2014 Global Conference on Polymer
  • and Composite Materials (PCM2014)”, “Advanced Computational Methods, ADVCOMP, 2015,
  • 2016”
Organizing Conferences/Workshops
  • Chairman, or co-chairman of about 15 national and international scientific conferences and workshops.
  • Member of Scientific Committee of more than 10 international scientific conferences and workshops.
  1. Member of the organizing committee of the conference “8th International Young Scientist Conference on Computational Science”, Heraklion, Greece, YSC2019, 24-28 June 2019.
  2. Member of the organizing committee of the “European Polymer Congress 2019 (EPF 2019)”, EPF 2019, Heraklion, Greece, 09-14 June 2019.
  3. Member of the organizing committee of the conference “7th International Young Scientists Conference on Computational Science”, Heraklion, Greece, YSC2018, 02-06 July 2018.
  4. Member of the Committee for the conference “EMN 2017 Surface and Interface”, Jeju, Korea, May 22-26, 2017.
  5. Member of the organizing committee of the conference “Eurofillers & Polymer Blends”, Heraklion, Crete, Greece, April 23-27, 2017.
  6. Member of the organizing committee of the conference “11th Hellenic Polymer Society International Conference”, Heraklion Crete, November 3-5, 2016.
  7. Member of the organizing committee of the mini-symposium “Numerical Methods in Multi-scale Modeling of Materials”, SIAM, Philadelphia, USA, May 08-12, 2016.
  8. Organizer of the workshop “Mathematical and Computational Techniques for Molecular Systems”, Heraklion, Greece, September 16-18, 2015.
  9. Member of the organizing committee for the symposium “Mathematical and Computational Methods in Non-equilibrium Statistical Mechanics”, Heraklion, Greece, September 16-20, 2013.
  10. Member of the organizing committee for the workshop “Workshop on Software Frameworks for Challenging Computational Problems”, Heraklion, Greece, January 14-18, 2013.
Languages
Fluent in English, Greek
 
Computing Skills
  • Excellent knowledge (system administrator during the entire Ph.D. program) of all available Unix computing systems including Linux, Silicon Graphics, IBM, Hewlett-Packard, Sun, Compaq.
  • Experience in vectorization and parallelization of simulation algorithms on various machines (BlueGen, CRAY T3E, PC Linux cluster, HP9000).
News & Views
  • ERCIM News 115: “Computational Design of Complex Materials Using Information Theory: from Physics to Data-driven Multi-scale Molecular Models” V. Harmandaris, E. Kalligiannaki, and M. Katsoulakis, October 2018, Special theme: Digital Twins, https://ercimnews.ercim.eu/images/stories/EN115/EN115-web.pdf
Publications in Refereed Journals
1. A. Rissanou, G. Simatos, P. Siachouli, V. Harmandaris and A. Mitraki, “Self-Assembly of Alanine-Isoleucine and Isoleucine-Isoleucine Dipeptides through Atomistic Simulations and Experiments”, J. Phys. Chem. B, 2020, to be published, (Chosen as back-cover).
2. G. Kritikos, A. Rissanou, V. Harmandaris and K. Karatasos, “Bound Layer Polymer Behavior on Graphene and Graphene Oxide Nanosheets”, Macromolecules, 2020, to be published, doi:10.1021/acs.macromol.0c01040, https://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.macromol.0c01040
3. A. F. Behbahani, A. Rissanou, G. Kritikos, M. Doxastakis, C. Burkhart, P. Polińska and V. Harmandaris, “Conformations and Dynamics of Polymer Chains in Cis and Trans Poly(butadiene)/Silica Nanocomposites through Atomistic Simulations: From the Un-entangled to the Entangled Regime”, Macromolecules, 2020, to be published, doi:10.1021/acs.macromol.0c01030, https://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.macromol.0c01030.
4. W. Lei, C. Burkhart, P. Polińska, V. Harmandaris and M. Doxastakis, “Backmapping coarse-grained macromolecules: an efficient and versatile machine-learning approach”, J. Chem. Phys, 2020, 153, 041101, doi:10.1063/5.0012320, https://doi.org/10.1063/5.0012320.
5. P. Bačová, E. Glynos, S. Anastasiadis and V. Harmandaris, “Spatio-temporal Heterogeneities in Nanosegregated Single-molecule Polymeric Nanoparticles”, Soft Matter, 2020, 16, 4584, doi: 10.1039/d0sm00079e (Chosen as back-cover) https://doi.org/10.1039/d0sm00079e.
6. T. Jin, A. Chazirakis, E. Kalligiannaki, V. Harmandaris, M. Katsoulakis, “Data-driven Uncertainty Quantification for Systematic Coarse-grained Models” Soft Materials, 2020, to be published, https://doi.org/10.1080/1539445X.2020.1765803
7. N. Shahidi, A. Chazirakis, V. Harmandaris and M. Doxastakis, “Coarse-graining of polyisoprene melts using inverse Monte Carlo and local density Potentials”, J. Chem. Phys., 2020, 152, 124902, https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5143245.
8. A. Rissanou, P. Bačová, V. Harmandaris, “Properties of nanographene in polymer nanocomposites through all-atom simulations: Shape fluctuations and rippling”, Comp. Mat. Sc,
9. A. Rissanou, P. Bačová, V. Harmandaris, “Investigation of the properties of nanographene in polymer nanocomposites through molecular simulations: Dynamics and anisotropic Brownian motion”, PCCP, 2019, 21, 23843-23854, doi: 10.1039/c9cp02074h. (Chosen as back-cover). https://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlelanding/2019/cp/c9cp02074h
10. A. F. Behbahani, S.M. Vaez Allaei, G.H. Motlagh, H. Eslami and V. Harmandaris, “Structure and conformation of stereoregular poly(methyl methacrylate) chains adsorbed on graphene oxide and reduced graphene oxide via atomistic simulations”, Macromolecules, 2019, 52, 3825−3838, doi:acs.macromol.9b00574. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.macromol.9b00574 
11. P. Bačová, E. Glynos, S. Anastasiadis and V. Harmandaris, “Nanostructuring single-molecule polymeric nanoparticles via macromolecular architecture host”, ACS Nano, 2019, 13, 2, 2439-2449, doi: 10.1021/acsnano.8b09374, https://doi.org/10.1021/acsnano.8b09374.
12. G. Zhang, A. Chazirakis, V. Harmandaris, T. Stuehn, K. Daoulas, and K. Kremer, “Hierarchical modelling of polystyrene melts: from soft blobs to atomistic resolution”, Soft Matter, 2019, 15, 289-302, doi: 10.1039/c8sm01830h.
13. P. Bačová, R. Foskinis, E. Glynos, A. Rissanou, S. Anastasiadis and V. Harmandaris, “Effect of macromolecular architecture on the self-assembly behavior of copolymers in a selective polymer host”, Soft Matter, 2018, 47, 9562-9570, doi: 10.1039/c8sm01421c (Chosen as backcover).
14. A. F. Behbahani, S.M. Vaez Allaei, G.H. Motlagh, H. Eslami and V. Harmandaris, “Structure, dynamics, and apparent glass transition of stereoregular poly(methyl methacrylate)/graphene interfaces through atomistic simulations”, Macromolecules, 2018, 51, 7518-7532, doi: acs.macromol.8b01160. http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.macromol.8b01160
15. A. F. Behbahani, S.M. Vaez Allaei, G.H. Motlagh, H. Eslami and V. Harmandaris, “Structure and dynamics of stereo regular poly(methyl-methacrylate) melts through atomistic molecular dynamics simulations”, Soft Matter, 2018, 14, 1449-1464, doi: 10.1039/C7SM02008B. https://doi.org/10.1039/C7SM02008B
16. A. Tsourtis, V. Harmandaris, D. Tsagkarogiannis, “Parameterization of coarse-grained molecular interactions through potential of mean force calculations and cluster expansions Techniques”, Entropy, 2017, 19, 395, doi:10.3390/e19080395, https://doi.org/10.3390/e19080395
17. A. Rissanou, H. Papananou, V. Petrakis, M. Doxastakis, K. Andrikopoulos, G. Voyiatzis, K. Chrissopoulou, V. Harmandaris, S. Anastasiadis, “Structural and conformational properties of poly(ethylene oxide)/silica nanocomposites: Effect of confinement”, Macromolecules, 2017, 50, 6273-6284; Doi:10.1021/acs.macromol.7b00811. http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.macromol.7b00811
18. M. Gulde, A. Rissanou, V. Harmandaris, M. Müller, S. Schäfer, C. Ropers “Structure and dynamics of monolayer polymer crystallites on graphene”, Nano Letters, 2016, 16, 6994–7000; doi:10.1021/acs.nanolett.6b03079, http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/acs.nanolett.6b03079
19. E. Kalligiannaki, A. Chazirakis, A. Tsourtis, M. Katsoulakis, P. Plechac, V. Harmandaris, “Parametrizing coarse-grained models for molecular systems at equilibrium”, Europ. Phys. J. Special Topics, 2016, 225, 1347–1372. doi: 10.1140/epjst/e2016-60145-x. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1140/epjst/e2016-60145-x
20. V. Harmandaris, E. Kalligiannaki, M. Katsoulakis, P. Plechac, “Path-space variational inference for non-equilibrium coarse-grained systems”, J. Comp. Phys., 2016, 314, 355–383. Doi:10.1016/j.jcp.2016.03.021 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jcp.2016.03.021
21. P. Bačová, A. Rissanou, V. Harmandaris, “Edge-functionalized graphene as a nanofiller: Molecular dynamics simulation study”, Macromolecules, 2015, 48, 9024–9038, http://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acs.macromol.5b01782.
22. E. Kalligiannaki, V. Harmandaris, M. Katsoulakis, P. Plechac “The geometry of generalized force matching and related information metrics in coarse-graining of molecular systems”, J. Chem. Phys., 2015, 143, 084105. http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4928857
23. A. Tsourtis, Y. Pantazis, M. Katsoulakis, V. Harmandaris, “Parametric sensitivity analysis for stochastic molecular systems using information theoretic metrics”, J. Chem. Phys., 2015, 143, 014116. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4922924
24. A. Rissanou, V. Harmandaris, “Structural and dynamical properties of polystyrene thin films”, Macromolecules, 2015, 48, 2761–2772. Doi: 10.1021/ma502524e
25. A. Rissanou, A. Power, V. Harmandaris, “Properties of polyethylene/graphene nanocomposites through molecular dynamics simulations”, Polymers, 2015, 7, 390-417; doi:10.3390/polym7030390.
26. H. J. Butt, H. Duran, W. Egger, F. Faupel, V. Harmandaris, S. Harms, K. Johnston, K. Kremer, Y. Lin, L. Lue, C. Ohrt, K. Raetzke, L. Ravelli, W. Steffen, and S. D. B. Vianna, “Interphase of a polymer at a solid interface”, Macromolecules, 2014, 47, 8459-8465.
27. V. Harmandaris, “Quantitative study of equilibrium and non-equilibrium polymer dynamics through systematic hierarchical coarse-graining simulations”, Korea-Aust. Rheol. J., 2014, 26, 15-28. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13367-014-0003-7
28. A. Rissanou, V. Harmandaris, “Dynamics of various polymer/graphene interfacial systems through atomistic molecular dynamics simulations”, Soft Matter, 2014, 10, 2876-2888.
29. K. Johnston, V. Harmandaris, “Hierarchical multiscale modeling of polymer−solid interfaces: Atomistic to coarse-grained description and structural and conformational properties of polystyrene−gold systems”, Macromolecules, 2013, 46, 5741−5750.
30. V. Harmandaris, M. Doxastakis “Molecular dynamics of polyisoprene/polystyrene oligomer blends: The role of self-concentration and fluctuations on blend dynamics”, J. Chem. Phys., 2013, 139, 034904.
31. A. Rissanou, V. Harmandaris, “A molecular dynamics study of polymer/graphene nanocomposites”, Macromolecular Symposia, 2013, 331-332, 43–49.
32. K. Johnston, V. Harmandaris, “Hierarchical simulations of hybrid polymer/solid materials”, Soft Matter, 2013, 9, 6696-6710 (Review article, Themed Issue on Emerging Investigators). https://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlelanding/2013/sm/c3sm50330
33. V. Harmandaris, G. Floudas, K. Kremer, “Dynamic heterogeneity in fully miscible blends of polystyrene with oligostyrene”, Phys. Rev. Let. 2013, 110, 165701.
34. A. Rissanou, V. Harmandaris, “Structure and dynamics of poly(methyl-methacrylate)/graphene systems through Atomistic molecular dynamics Simulations”, Journal of Nanoparticle Research 2013, 15, 1589.
35. A. Rissanou, E. Georgilis, M. Kasotaskis, A. Mitraki, V.A. Harmandaris, “Effect of solvent on the self-assembly of dialanine and diphenylalanine peptides”, J. Phys. Chem. B 2013, 117, 3962-3975.
36. K. Johnston, V. Harmandaris, “Properties of short polystyrene chains confined between two gold surfaces through a combined density functional theory and classical molecular dynamics approach”, Soft Matter, 2012, 8, 6320-6332.
37. K. Johnston, V. Harmandaris, “Properties of benzene confined between two Au(111) surfaces using a combined density functional theory and classical molecular dynamics approach”, J. Phys. Chem. C 2011, 115, 14707-14717.
38. D. Fritz, K. Koschke, V. Harmandaris, N.F.A. van der Vegt and K. Kremer, “Multiscale modeling of soft matter: scaling of dynamics”, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2011, 13, 10412-10420.
39. V. Harmandaris, G. Floudas, K. Kremer, “Temperature and pressure dependence of polystyrene dynamics through molecular dynamics simulations and experiments”, Macromolecules 2011, 44, 393-402.
40. C. Baig, V. Harmandaris “Quantitative Analysis on the Validity of a Coarse-Grained Model for Nonequilibrium Polymeric Liquids under Flow”, Macromolecules, 2010, 43, 3156-3160.
41. D. Fritz, V. Harmandaris, K. Kremer, N. van der Vegt, “Coarse-Grained polymer melts based on isolated atomistic chains: Simulation of polystyrene of different tacticities, Macromolecules, 2009, 42, 7579-7588.
42. V. Harmandaris, K. Kremer, “Predicting polymer dynamics at multiple length and time scales”, Soft Matter, 2009, 5, 3920-3926.
43. T. Cherdhirankorn, V. Harmandaris, A. Juhari, P. Voudouris, G. Fytas, K. Kremer, K. Koynov, “Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy study of molecular probe diffusion in polymer melts”, Macromolecules 2009, 42, 4858-4866.
44. V. Harmandaris, K. Kremer, “Dynamics of polystyrene melts through hierarchical multiscale simulations”, Macromolecules, 2009, 42, 791-802.
45. T. Mulder, V. Harmandaris, A.V. Lyulin, N.F.A. van der Vegt, K. Kremer, M.A.J. Michels, “Structural properties of atactic polystyrene of different thermal history obtained from a multiscale simulation”, Macromolecules, 2009, 42, 384-391.
46. T. Mulder, V. Harmandaris, A.V. Lyulin, N.F.A. van der Vegt, M.A.J. Michels, “Molecular simulation via connectivity-altering Monte Carlo and Scale-jumping methods: Application to amorphous polystyrene”, Macrom. Theory Simul. 2008, 17, 393-402.
47. T. Mulder, V. Harmandaris, A.V. Lyulin, N.F.A. van der Vegt, B. Vorselaars, M.A.J. Michels, “Equilibration and deformation of amorphous polystyrene: Scale-jumping simulation approach”, Macrom. Theory Simul. 2008, 17, 290-300.
48. G. Tsolou, V. Harmandaris, V.G. Mavrantzas, “Molecular dynamics simulation of temperature and pressure effects on the intermediate length scale dynamics and zero shear rate viscosity of cis-1,4-polybutadiene: Rouse mode analysis and dynamic structure factor spectra”, J. Non-Newt. Fl. Mech. 2008, 152, 184.
49. V. Harmandaris, D. Reith, N.F.A. van der Vegt, K. Kremer, “Comparison between coarse-graining models for polymer systems: Two mapping schemes for polystyrene”, Macrom. Chem. and Phys. 2007, 208, 2109.
50. V. Harmandaris, N. Adhikari, N.F.A. van der Vegt, K. Kremer, B. Mann, R.Voelkel, C.C. Liew, H. Weiss, “Ethylbenzene diffusion in polystyrene: United atom atomistic/coarse-grained simulations and experiments”, Macromolecules, 2007, 40, 7026.
51. B. Reynolds, G. Illya, V. Harmandaris, M.M. Müller, K. Kremer, M. Deserno, “Mediated interactions between colloids adsorbed on a biological membrane”, Nature, 2007, 447, 461. Also in News and Views, Nature 2007,447, 387. Also featured in the Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research, June 1, 2007 issue.
52. O. Alexiadis, V. Harmandaris, V. Mavrantzas, L. de la Sitte, “Atomistic simulation of alkanethiol self-assembled monolayers on different metal surfaces via a quantum first-principles parameterization of the sulfur-metal interaction”, J. Phys. Chem. C, 2007, 111, 6380. https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/jp067347u
53. V. Harmandaris, M. Deserno, “A novel method for measuring the bending rigidity of model lipid membranes by simulating tethers”, J. Chem. Phys. 2006, 125, 204905. Also featured in the Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research, December 1, 2006 issue.
54. V. Harmandaris, N. Adhikari, N.F.A. van der Vegt, K. Kremer “Hierarchical modeling of polystyrene: From atomistic to coarse-grained simulations”, Macromolecules 2006, 39, 6708.
55. G. Tsolou, V. Harmandaris, V.G. Mavrantzas, “Temperature and pressure effects on local structure and chain packing in cis-1,4-polybutadiene from detailed molecular dynamics simulations”, Macrom. Theory Simul. 2006, 15, 381.
56. G. Tsolou, V. Harmandaris, V.G. Mavrantzas, “Atomistic molecular dynamics simulation of the temperature and pressure dependences of local and terminal relaxations in cis-1,4-polybutadiene”, J. Chem. Phys., 2006, 124, 084906.
57. C. Baig, B.J. Edwards, D.J. Keffer, H.D. Cochran, V. Harmandaris “Rheological and structural studies of linear polyethylene melts under planar elongational flow using nonequilibrium molecular dynamics simulations”, J. Chem. Phys., 2006, 124, 084902.
58. K. Daoulas, D.N. Theodorou, V. Harmandaris, N.G. Karayiannis, V.G. Mavrantzas, “Self-consistent field study of compressible semiflexible melts adsorbed on a solid substrate and comparison with atomistic simulations”, Macromolecules, 2005, 38, 7134-7149.
59. V. Harmandaris, K. Daoulas, V.G. Mavrantzas, “Molecular dynamics simulation of a polymer melt/solid interface: Local dynamics and chain mobility in a thin film of polyethylene melt adsorbed on graphite”, Macromolecules, 2005, 38, 5796-5809.
60. K. Daoulas, V. Harmandaris, V.G. Mavrantzas, “Detailed atomistic simulation of a polymer melt / solid interface: Structure, density and conformation of a thin polyethylene melt film adsorbed on graphite”, Macromolecules, 2005, 38, 5780-5795.
61. V. Harmandaris, V.G. Mavrantzas, D.N. Theodorou, M. Kröger, J. Ramírez, H.C. Öttinger, D. Vlassopoulos, “Dynamic crossover from Rouse to entangled polymer melt regime: Signals from long, detailed atomistic molecular dynamics simulations, supported by rheological experiments”, Macromolecules, 2003, 36, 1376-1387.
62. V. Harmandaris, D. Angelopoulou, V.G. Mavrantzas, D.N. Theodorou, “Atomistic molecular dynamics simulation of diffusion in binary n-alkane/polyethylene melts”, J. Chem. Phys., 2002, 116, 7656-7665.
63. V. Harmandaris, M. Doxastakis, V.G. Mavrantzas, D.N. Theodorou, “Detailed molecular dynamics simulation of the self-diffusion of n-alkane and cis-1,4 polyisoprene oligomer melts”, J. Chem. Phys., 2002, 116, 436-446.
64. V. Harmandaris, V.G. Mavrantzas, D.N. Theodorou, "Atomistic molecular dynamics simulations of stress relaxation upon cessation of steady-state uniaxial elongational flow", Macromolecules, 2000, 33, 8062-8076.
65. V. Harmandaris, V.G. Mavrantzas, D.N. Theodorou, "Atomistic molecular dynamics simulations
of polydisperse linear polyethylene melts", Macromolecules, 1998, 31, 7934-7943. Submitted
66. A. Rissanou, A. Keliri, M. Arnittali and V. Harmandaris, “Self-Assembly of Diphenylalanine Peptides on Graphene via Detailed Atomistic Simulations”, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2020, submitted.
67. P. Bačová, E. Glynos, S. Anastasiadis and V. Harmandaris, Amphiphilic mikto-arm stars with varying functionality in a selective polymer host: Atomistic simulation study”, Macromolecules, 2020, submitted.
 
Books and Chapter in Books
1. S. Komineas, V. Harmandaris, “Mathematical Modelling”, (in Greek) e-Textbook, Hellenic Academic E-Books – Kallipos, Greece, 2016.
2. V. Harmandaris, V.G. Mavrantzas, “Atomistic Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Segmental Dynamics in Molten Polyethylene and Comparison with Experimental Data”, Chapter in Book “Recent Research Topics and Developments in Chemical Physics: From Nanoscale to Macroscale”, Edited by A.F. Terzis and E. Paspalakis, Research Signpost, India, 2009.
3. V. Harmandaris, V.G. Mavrantzas, “Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Polymers”, Chapter in Book “Simulation Methods for Polymers”, Edited by M.J. Kotelyanskii and D.N. Theodorou, Marcel Dekker, New York, 2004.
4. V. Harmandaris, “Atomistic Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Polymer Melt Viscoelasticity”, Ph.D. Thesis, University of Patras, Patras, 2002.
 
Refereed Conference Publications
1. E. Kalligiannaki, M. Katsoulakis and V. Harmandaris, "Systematic Coarse-Grained Models for
Molecular Systems Using Entropy", Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Entropy and its Applications, November 18-30, 2019, MDPI, 2019.
2. E. Kalligiannaki, G. Baxevani, A. Chazirakis and V. Harmandaris, "Systematic Coarse-Grained Models for Molecular Systems Using Entropy", Proceedings of the European Congress and Exhibition of Advanced Materials and Processes (EUROMAT 2019), Stockholm, Sweden, 1-5 September 2019.
3. M. Arnittali, A. Rissanou, V. Harmandaris, “Structure Of Biomolecules Through Molecular Dynamics Simulations”, Procedia Computer Science: 8th International Young Scientists Conference on Computational Science, YSC2019, 24-28 June 2019, Heraklion, Crete, Volume 156, Pages 69-78, 2019.
4. G. Baxevani, E. Kalligiannaki, V. Harmandaris, “Study of the transient dynamics of coarse-grained molecular systems with the path-space force-matching method”, Procedia Computer Science: 8th International Young Scientists Conference on Computational Science, YSC2019, 24-28 June 2019, Heraklion, Crete, Volume 156, Pages 59-68, 2019.
5. E. Kalligiannaki, M. Katsoulakis, P. Plechac, V. Harmandaris, “Path space force matching and relative entropy methods for coarse-graining molecular systems at transient regimes”, Procedia Computer Science: 7th International Young Scientists Conference on Computational Science, YSC2018, 02-06 July 2018, Heraklion, Crete, Volume 136, Pages 331-340, 2018.
6. P. Bačová, A.N. Rissanou, V. Harmandaris, “Modelling of novel polymer materials through atomistic molecular dynamics simulations”, Procedia Computer Science: 7th International Young Scientists Conference on Computational Science, YSC2018, 02-06 July 2018, Heraklion, Crete, Volume 136, Pages 341-350, 2018.
7. E. Kalligiannaki, V. Harmandaris, M. Katsoulakis, P. Plechac “From Atomistic to Systematic Coarse-graining of Molecular Systems”, Proceedings, 2nd ECCOMAS, Thematic Conference on International Conference on Uncertainty Quantification in Computational Sciences and Engineering (UNCECOMP), Rhodes, Greece, June 15-17, 2017.
 
Publications in Conference Proceedings/Papers
1. A. Klimova, A. Bilas, V. Harmandaris, C. Kozanitis, J. Holyst and A. Boukhanovsky,
“Computational Science by Youth: Further Steps”, Procedia Computer Science: 8th International
Young Scientists Conference on Computational Science, YSC2019, 24-28 June 2019, Heraklion,
Crete, Volume 156, Pages 1-4, 2019.
2. P. Bačová, E. Glynos, S. Anastasiadis, V. Harmandaris, “Computational design of nanostructured
polymer materials”, Proceedings of the European Polymer Congress 2019 (EPF 2019), Heraklion,
Crete, Greece, 9-14 June, 2019.
3. A. Behbahani, V. Harmandaris, “Structure and Dynamics of Stereoregular Poly(methyl
methacrylate) Chains Adsorbed on Pristine and Oxidized Graphene via Atomistic Simulations”,
Proceedings of the European Polymer Congress 2019 (EPF 2019), Heraklion, Crete, Greece, 9-14
June, 2019.
4. A. Rissanou, V. Harmandaris, “Properties of polymer melts and polymer/silica nanocomposites
through multi-scale molecular simulations”, Proceedings of the European Polymer Congress
2019 (EPF 2019), Heraklion, Crete, Greece, 9-14 June, 2019.
5. A. Klimova, A. Bilyatdinova, A. Bilas, V. Harmandaris, A. Boukhanovsky, “Computational Science
by Youth: Modeling and Simulation in Science, Industry, and Society”, Procedia Computer
Science: 7th International Young Scientists Conference on Computational Science, YSC2018, 02-
06 July 2018, Heraklion, Crete, Volume 136, Pages 1-4, 2018.
6. G. Kritikos, A. Chazirakis, P. Bačová, A. Rissanou, E. Kalligiannaki, and V. Harmandaris,
“Hierarchical Multi-scale Computational Methodologies for the Study of Complex Molecular
Systems”, Proceedings, The Twelfth International Conference on Advanced Engineering
Computing and Applications in Sciences, Athens, Greece, November 18-22, 2018.
7. A. Rissanou, A. Power, P. Bačová, V. Harmandaris, “Atomistic Molecular Dynamics Simulations
of Polymer/Graphene Nanostructured Systems”, Materials Today: Proceedings, 11th Panhellenic
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Scientific Chemical Engineering Conference International Conference, Salonica, Greece, May 25-
27, 2017.
8. A. Tsourtis, E. Kalligiannaki, V. Harmandaris, “Parametrizing coarse grained models for
molecular systems at equilibrium”, Proceedings, 11th Hellenic Polymer Society International
Conference, Heraklion, Greece, November 03-05, 2016.
9. P. Bačová, A. Rissanou, V. Harmandaris, “Graphene based Polymer Nanostructured Materials
through Molecular Simulations”, Proceedings, 11th Hellenic Polymer Society International
Conference, Heraklion, Greece, November 03-05, 2016.
10. A. Rissanou, P. Bačová, V. Harmandaris, “Properties of Nanographene in Polymer
Nanocomposites through All-atom Simulations”, Proceedings, 11th Hellenic Polymer Society
International Conference, Heraklion, Greece, November 03-05, 2016.
11. V. Petrakis, A. Rissanou, V. Harmandaris, H. Papananou, K. Chrissopoulou, S. Anastasiadis,
“Structural and Conformational Properties of Poly-(ethylene oxide)/Silica Nanocomposites
through Simulations and Experiments”, Proceedings, 11th Hellenic Polymer Society International
Conference, Heraklion, Greece, November 03-05, 2016.
12. A. Power, V. Harmandaris “Detailed Atomistic Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Hybrid
Polymer /Core-Shell Nanoparticle Systems”, Proceedings, 11th Hellenic Polymer Society
International Conference, Heraklion, Greece, November 03-05, 2016.
13. A. Rissanou, P. Bačová, V. Harmandaris, “Atomistic Simulation of Graphene-Based Polymer
Nanocompositess”, Proceedings, 8th International Conference Times of Polymers and
Conferences (TOP), Ischia, Italy, June 19-23, 2016.
14. E. Kalligiannaki, V. Harmandaris, M. Katsoulakis, P. Plechac “Coarse-graining Non-equilibrium
systems and path space information theory”, Proceedings, European Community on
Computational Methods in Applied Sciences (ECCOMAS) Congress 2016, Crete, Greece, June 5-
10, 2016.
15. V. Harmandaris, “From Atomistic to Systematic Coarse-Grained Models for Molecular Systems”,
Proceedings, SIAM Conference on Mathematical Aspects of Materials Science MS: Numerical
Methods in Multiscale Materials Modelling, Philadelphia, May 07-12, 2016.
16. P. Bačová, A. Rissanou, V. Harmandaris, “Study of functionalized-graphene based polymer
nanocomposites through atomistic simulations”, Proceedings, 20th International Conference on
Composite Materials, Copenhagen, 19-24th July, 2015.
17. A. Rissanou, P. Bačová, V. Harmandaris, “Study of the dynamics of polymer/graphene
nanocomposites through detailed atomistic simulations”, Proceedings, 8th GRACM
International Congress on Computational Mechanics, Volos, 12-15 July 2015.
18. E. Kalligiannaki, V. Harmandaris, M. Katsoulakis, P. Plechac “Optimizing Coarse-grained Models
for Equilibrium and Non-equilibrium Molecular Systems: Force matching and Dynamical Force
Matching”, Proceedings, 7th International Workshop on non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics and
Complex Fluids (IWNET 2015), Hilvarenbeek, Netherlands, July 5-10, 2015.
19. V. Harmandaris, A. Rissanou, P. Bačová, “Dynamics of Graphene based Polymer
Nanocomposites through Molecular Simulations”, Proceedings, Rheology Symposium in honor
of Prof. Roger I. Tanner, Samos, 29 June – 02 July 2015.
20. A. Rissanou, P. Bačová, V. Harmandaris, “Study of the Dynamics of Hybrid Polymer/Graphene
Systems through All-atom Molecular Dynamics Simulations”, Proceedings, 10th Panhellenic
Scientific Chemical Engineering Conference, Patras, Greece, June 4-6, 2015.
21. A.J. Power, V. Harmandaris, “Structure and Dynamics of Hybrid Polymer/Gold Nanoparticle
Systems through Atomistic Molecular Dynamics Simulations”, Proceedings, 10th Panhellenic
Scientific Chemical Engineering Conference, Patras, Greece, June 4-6, 2015.
22. P. Bačová, A. Rissanou, V. Harmandaris, “Detailed Molecular Simulations of Functionalized
Graphene Based Polymer Nanocomposites”, Proceedings, American Physical Society, APS March
13
Meeting, San Antonio, USA, March 02-06, 2015.
23. A. Rissanou, V. Harmandaris, “Study of Polymer/Graphene Nanocomposites through Atomistic
Molecular Dynamics Simulations”, Proceedings, American Physical Society, APS March Meeting,
San Antonio, USA, March 02-06, 2015.
24. M. Doxastakis, V. Harmandaris, “Dynamic Heterogeneity in Fully Miscible Polymer Blends
through Molecular Simulations”, Proceedings, 10th Hellenic Polymer Society Conference, Patras,
Greece, December 04-06, 2014.
25. A. Power, V. Harmandaris “Properties of polymer/gold nanocomposites through atomistic
molecular dynamics simulations”, Proceedings, 10th Hellenic Polymer Society Conference, Patras,
Greece, December 04-06, 2014.
26. V.S. Petrakis, A.N. Rissanou, V. Harmandaris, K. Chrisopoulou, S. Anastasiadis “Atomistic
molecular dynamics simulation study of a hybrid poly (ethylene oxide) / silica nanoparticle
system”, Proceedings, 10th Hellenic Polymer Society Conference, Patras, Greece, December 04-
06, 2014.
27. A. Rissanou, V. Harmandaris, “A Molecular Dynamics Study of Graphene based Polymer
Nanocomposites”, Proceedings, 16th European Conference on Composite Materials, ECCM,
Seville, Spain, June 21-27, 2014.
28. V. Harmandaris, K. Johnston “Hierarchical Modeling of Polymer/Solid Interfaces: From Ab-initio
Calculations to Atomistic up to Coarse-grained Simulations”, Proceedings, American Physical
Society, APS March Meeting, Denver, Colorado, USA, March 03-07, 2014.
29. V. Harmandaris, “Modeling of hybrid polymer/solid interfacial systems”, Proceedings, 246th
ACS National Meeting & Exposition, Indianapolis, USA, September 08-12, 2013.
30. V. Harmandaris, “Hierarchical Multi-scale Simulations of Polymer/Metal Interfaces”,
Proceedings, 7th International Discussion Meeting on Relaxations in Complex Systems,
Barcelona, Spain, July 21-27, 2013.
31. A. Rissanou, V. Harmandaris, “Properties of polystyrene/graphene systems through detailed
atomistic simulations”, Proceedings, GrapHEL, A European Conference/Workshop on the
Synthesis, Characterization and Applications of Graphene, Mykonos, Greece, September 27-30,
2012.
32. V. Harmandaris, C. Baig “Hierarchical modeling of polymers under non-equilibrium conditions:
from atomistic to coarse-grained models”, Proceedings, XVIth International Congress on
Rheology, Lisbon, Portugal, August 5-10, 2012.
33. V. Harmandaris, “Hierarchical modeling of polymer/solid interfacial systems: From ab-initio, to
atomistic up to coarse-grained simulations”, Proceedings, XI International Conference on
Nanostructured Materials, Rhodes, Greece, August, 26-31, 2012.
34. K. Johnston, K. Kremer, V. Harmandaris, “Confined polystyrene films between gold surfaces”,
Proceedings, American Physical Society, APS March Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, USA,
February 27-March 2, 2012.
35. V. Harmandaris, “Multi-scale simulations of fluid/solid hybrid composite systems”, Proceedings,
18th International Conference on composite materials, Busan, Jeju Island, Korea, August, 20-26,
2011.
36. V. Harmandaris, “Structure and dynamics of non-equilibrium polymer melts through
hierarchical multi-scale dynamic simulations”, Proceedings, 6th Hellenic Society Rheology 2011,
Athens, Greece, July 27-30, 2011.
37. V. Harmandaris, “A novel method for measuring the bending and the Gaussian rigidity of multicomponent
membranes by simulating tethers”, Proceedings, International Soft Matter
Conference 2010, ISMC, Granada, Spain, July 04-08, 2010.
38. V. Harmandaris, “Multiscale modeling of polymers under equilibrium and non-equilibrium
conditions: from atomistic to coarse-grained models”, Proceedings, International Soft Matter
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Conference 2010, ISMC, Granada, Spain, July 04-08, 2010.
39. V. Harmandaris and K. Kremer, “Polymer/Solid Interfaces Through Multi-scale Simulations”,
Proceedings, 17th Conference on Composite Materials, ICCM, Edinburgh, Scotland, July 27-31,
2009.
40. Won Bo Lee, V. Harmandaris, D. Fritz, K. Kremer, “Dynamics of polystyrene (PS) melts: multiscale
molecular dynamic approach”, Proceedings, American Physical Society, APS March
Meeting, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, March 16-20, 2009.
41. V. Harmandaris and K. Kremer, “Dynamics of entangled polystyrene through hierarchical multiscale
simulations”, Proceedings, 7th Hellenic Polymer Conference, Ioannina, Greece, September
28-Octomber 01, 2008.
42. V. Harmandaris and K. Kremer, “Structure and Dynamics of Polymers Through Hierarchical
Dynamic Simulations”, Proceedings, XXIV Panhellenic Conference on Solid State Physics and
Materials Science, Heraklion, Greece, September 21-24, 2008.
43. N. van der Vegt, V. Harmandaris, B. Hess, K. Kremer, T.A. Ozal, C. Peter, “Multiscale simulations
of polymer permeation”, Proceedings, AIChE Summer Meeting, New Orleans, April 6-10, 2008.
44. D. Fritz, V. Harmandaris, D. Reith, N.F.A. van der Vegt, K. Kremer “Structure and dynamics of
coarse grained polystyrene melts”, Proceedings, German Physical Society (DPG), Berlin,
Germany, February 25-29, 2008.
45. B. Reynolds, G. Illya, V. Harmandaris, M.M. Müller, K. Kremer, M. Deserno, “Mediated
interactions between colloids adsorbed on a biological membrane”, Proceedings, Biophysical
Society Annual Meeting, Long Beach, California, February 2-6, 2008.
46. V. Harmandaris, V.G. Mavrantzas, D.N. Theodorou, “Atomistic Molecular Dynamics Simulation
of the Self-Diffusion of n-Alkane Melts and of Binary n-alkane Blends”, Proceedings, AIChE
Annual Meeting, San Francisco, November 16-21, 2003.
47. D. Reith, V. Harmandaris, N.F.A. van der Vegt, K. Kremer “Hierarchical modeling of PS: from
atomistic to coarse-grained simulations”, Proceedings, AIChE Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City,
November 4-9, 2007.
48. D. Reith, V. Harmandaris, N.F.A. van der Vegt, K. Kremer “Structural and dynamical properties
of Polystyrene determined by coarse-graining MD simulations”, Proceedings, SOCOBIM,
Terrasini, Italy, July 15-19, 2007.
49. V. Harmandaris “Coarse graining simulations of polymers: II) Dynamics and biological
applications”, Proceedings, Workshop on Mathematical and Computational Methods for
Accelerated Molecular, Stochastic and Hybrid Simulation, Heraklion, Creta, Greece, June 25-27,
2007.
50. V. Harmandaris “Coarse graining simulations of polymers: I) Methods and applications”,
Proceedings, Workshop on Mathematical and Computational Methods for Accelerated
Molecular, Stochastic and Hybrid Simulation, Heraklion, Creta, Greece, June 25-27, 2007.
51. V. Harmandaris, M. Deserno, “Studying the Curvature Elasticity of biomembranes through
numerical simulations”, Proceedings, German Physical Society (DPG), Dresden, Germany, March
27 – 31, 2007.
52. V. Harmandaris, M. Deserno. “A novel method for measuring the bending rigidity of model lipid
membranes by simulating tethers”, Proceedings, 4th International Workshop on non-Equilibrium
Thermodynamics and Complex Fluids, Rhodes, Greece, September 3-7, 2006.
53. V. Harmandaris, N.F.A. van der Vegt, K. Kremer “Hierarchical modeling of PS: From atomistic to
coarse-grained simulations”, Proceedings, 4th International Workshop on non-Equilibrium
Thermodynamics and Complex Fluids, Rhodes, Greece, September 3-7, 2006.
54. V. Harmandaris, M. Deserno, “Studying the curvature elasticity of biomembranes through
numerical simulations”, Proceedings, German Physical Society (DPG), Dresden, Germany, March
27 – 31, 2006.
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55. V. Harmandaris, “Polymer dynamics at interfaces: What atomistic simulations can tell us”,
Proceedings, Jülich Soft Matter Days 2005, Bonn, Germany, November 01 – 04, 2005.
56. V. Harmandaris, K. Daoulas, V.G. Mavrantzas, “Dynamics of thin polymer melt films near at a
solid attractive surface through atomistic molecular dynamics simulations”, Proceedings,
European Polymer Congress 2005, Moscow, Russia, June 26 – July 1, 2005.
57. V. Harmandaris, K. Daoulas, V.G. Mavrantzas, “Atomistic simulation of the structure and
dynamics of the polyethylene/graphite interface”, Proceedings, 3rd International Conference for
Computational Modeling and Simulation of Materials (CIMTEC), Acireale, Italy, May 30 – June 4,
2004.
58. V. Harmandaris, V.G. Mavrantzas, D.N. Theodorou, “Molecular dynamics simulation of the
viscoelastic properties of long polymer melts: From Rouse to reptation theory”, Proceedings,
AIChE Annual Meeting, San Francisco, November 16-21, 2003.
59. V. Harmandaris, V.G. Mavrantzas, D.N. Theodorou, “Molecular dynamics simulation of the
viscoelastic properties of linear polymer melts”, Proceedings, Polymer Processing Society (PPS),
Athens, September 14-17, 2003.
60. V. Harmandaris, V.G. Mavrantzas, D.N. Theodorou, "Prediction of the viscoelastic properties of
polymer from detailed molecular dynamics simulations and comparison against rheological
measurements", Proceedings, 3rd Chemical Engineering Conference for Collaborative Research
in Eastern Mediterranean (EMCC-3), Thessaloniki, Greece, May 13-15, 2003.
61. K. Daoulas, V.G. Mavrantzas, V. Harmandaris, A. Foteinopoulou, D.N. Theodorou, “Atomistic
Monte Carlo simulations and SCF calculations of polymers at interfaces”, Proceedings, 4th
GRACM Congress on Computational Mechanics, Patras, Greece, June 27-29, 2002.
62. V.G. Mavrantzas, V. Harmandaris, D.N. Theodorou, “Hierarchical modeling of the viscoelasticity
of linear polymer melts”, Proceedings, 4th GRACM Congress on Computational Mechanics,
Patras, Greece, June 27-29, 2002.
63. V. Harmandaris, V.G. Mavrantzas, D.N. Theodorou, "Prediction of the viscoelastic properties of
high-molecular weight polymer melts through molecular dynamics atomistic simulations",
Proceedings, 3rd Panhellenic Chemical Engineers’ Conference, Athens, Greece, May 31-June 02,
2001.
64. V. Harmandaris, V.G. Mavrantzas, D.N. Theodorou, “Rheological properties of polymer melts
from molecular constitution”, Proceedings, AIChE Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, November 13-
17, 2000.
65. V. Harmandaris, V.G. Mavrantzas, D.N. Theodorou, “Prediction of the linear viscoelastic
properties of long-chain polyethylene melts from detailed atomistic simulations on uniaxially
stretched melt configurations”, Proceedings, XIII International Congress on Rheology,
Cambridge, UK, August 20-25, 2000”.
66. V. Harmandaris, V.G. Mavrantzas, D.N. Theodorou, “Atomistic modeling of viscoelastic
Properties: Simulation of stress relaxation upon cessation of steady-state elongational flow”,
Proceedings, International George Papatheodorou Symposium, Patras, Greece, September 16-
18, 1999.
67. V. Harmandaris, V.G. Mavrantzas, D.N. Theodorou, "Atomistic simulation of the stress
relaxation experiment after cessation of steady-state uniaxial elongation", Proceedings, 2nd
Panhellenic Chemical Engineers’ Conference, Salonica, Greece, May 27-29, 1999.
68. V.G. Mavrantzas, V. Harmandaris, D.N. Theodorou, "Atomistic simulation of the viscoelasticity
of linear polyethylene melts", Proceedings, 1st Hellenic Society of Rheology Meeting, Heraklion,
Greece, August 29-September 2, 1998.
69. V. Harmandaris, V.G. Mavrantzas, D.N Theodorou, "From chemical structure to polymer
processing: Atomistic simulation of the viscoelasticity of linear polyethylene melts",
Proceedings, 4th Panhellenic Conference on Polymers, Patras, Greece, November 20-22, 1997.
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Invited Presentations
1. V. Harmandaris, “Hierarchical Multi-scale Modeling of Molecular Systems: Current Trends and
Challenges”, CIB-CECAM, EPFL, Switzerland, 20-30 May 2019.
2. V. Harmandaris, “Molecular Simulations of Polymeric Nanostructured Materials”, 12th Hellenic
Polymer Society International Conference, Ioannina, Cyprus, September 30 – October 03, 2018.
3. V. Harmandaris, “Molecular Simulations of Polymer-based Nanostructured Materials”, ICPAM
12, Heraklion, Crete, September 22-28, 2018.
4. V. Harmandaris, “Molecular Simulations of Complex Polymeric Nanostructured Materials”,
XXXIII Panhellenic Conference on Solid State Physics and Materials Science, Nicosia, Cyprus,
September 17-19, 2018.
5. V. Harmandaris, “Hierarchical Multiscale Simulations of Complex Nanostructured Materials”,
Symposium on Model, Algorithms and Data, FORTH/IACM, Crete, July 17-18, 2018.
6. V. Harmandaris, “Hierarchical Multiscale Simulations of Polymeric Nanostructured Materials”,
ETH, Polymer Physics, Zurich, Swiss, Greece, April 11, 2018.
7. V. Harmandaris, “Mathematical and Computational Modeling of Molecular Systems”, 11th
FORTH Retreat, Crete, Greece, 13th October, 2017.
8. V. Harmandaris, “Hierarchical Multiscale Modeling of Molecular Systems: From Molecular to
Stochastic Dynamics”, International Conference on Scientific Computation and Differential
Equations (SciCADE), Invited in the mini-symposium: Molecular Dynamics, Bath, UK, 11-15th
September, 2017.
9. V. Harmandaris, “Properties of Graphene/Polymer Nanostructured Systems through Atomistic
Simulations”, 10th International Symposium on Flexible Organic Electronics (ISFOE17),
Thessaloniki, Greece, 3-6 July, 2017.
10. V. Harmandaris, “Hierarchical Multiscale Modeling of Molecular Systems: From Atomistic to
Coarse-Grained Description”, Colloquium, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University
of Sussex, UK, 22th June, 2017.
11. V. Harmandaris, “Molecular Simulations of Graphene based Polymer Nanostructured
Materials”, Colloquium, Department of Materials, University of Crete, Greece, 14th November,
2016.
12. V. Harmandaris, “Mathematical and Computational Modeling of Complex Molecular Systems”,
2nd Hellenic Workshop on 2D Materials, Heraklion, Crete, Greece, 01-02nd November, 2016.
13. V. Harmandaris, “Structure and dynamics of polymer/nano-graphene nanocomposites through
molecular simulations”, 2nd Israel-Greece Joint Meeting on Nanotechnology and BioNanoscience,
Heraklion, Crete, Greece, 25-28th October, 2016.
14. V. Harmandaris, “Hierarchical Multiscale Modeling of Nanostructured Polymeric Materials: II)
Mesoscopic (Coarse-grained) Simulations”, Workshop on Simulation of Protein Interactions with
Surfaces and Nanoparticles, Institute for Research in fundamental Sciences (IPM), School of
Nano Science, Tehran, Iran, 19-20th October, 2016.
15. V. Harmandaris, “Hierarchical Multiscale Modeling of Nanostructured Polymeric Materials: I)
Microscopic (Quantum and Classical) Simulations”, Workshop on Simulation of Protein
Interactions with Surfaces and Nanoparticles, Institute for Research in fundamental Sciences
(IPM), School of Nano Science, Tehran, Iran, 19-20th October, 2016
16. V. Harmandaris, “Hierarchical Multiscale Modelling of Hybrid Nanostructured Polymeric
Materials”, Soft Matter Meeting Israel – Greece FORTH-BGU workshop on polymers, colloids,
gels, bio-and-synthetic nanostructures, Heraklion, Crete, Greece, 25-27th September, 2016.
17. V. Harmandaris, “From Atomistic to Systematic Coarse-Grained Models for Molecular Systems”,
SIAM Conference on Mathematical Aspects of Materials Science MS: Numerical Methods in
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Multiscale Materials Modelling, Philadelphia, 07-12th May, 2016.
18. V. Harmandaris, “Hierarchical Multi-scale Modeling of Polymers and Interfaces”, Second
CCPBioSim/CCP5 Multiscale Modelling Conference, University of Manchester, UK, April 13-15,
2016.
19. V. Harmandaris, “Hierarchical Multi-scale Modeling of Hybrid Polymer/Solid Nanostructured
Systems”, Webinar Computational Mathematics Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL),
September 28, 2015.
20. V. Harmandaris, “Mathematical and Computational Modeling of Materials” (in Greek),
Workshop on Novel Materials for New Technologies, Department of Materials, University of
Crete, Greece, September 28, 2015.
21. V. Harmandaris, A. Rissanou, D. Tzeli, "Self-assembly of Diphenylalanine and Chemically
Modified Diphenylalanine Peptides on Various Solvents", Workshop on Self-Assembly in Soft
Matter, University of Patras, Greece, September 01–02, 2015.
22. V. Harmandaris, “Dynamics of Graphene based Polymer Nanocomposites through Molecular
Simulations”, Rheology Symposium in honor of Prof. Roger I. Tanner, Samos, Greece, June 29 –
July 03, 2015.
23. V. Harmandaris, “Detailed molecular simulations of grapheme based polymer
nanocomposites”, Workshop on Polymer Nanocomposites, National Technical University of
Athens, Greece, June 16-17, 2015.
24. V. Harmandaris, “Hierarchical Modeling of Hybrid Polymer/Solid Nanostructured Systems”,
Mainz Materials Simulation Days: Non-Equilibrium Processes in Soft Matter, Mainz, Germany,
June 10-13, 2015.
25. V. Harmandaris, “Systematic Hierarchical Simulations of Hybrid Polymer/Solid Systems”, CECAM
Meeting: MD Meets Fluctuating Hydrodynamics, Madrid, Spain, May 10-13, 2015.
26. V. Harmandaris, P. Bačová, A. Rissanou, “Study of Hybrid Polymer/Solid and Graphene based
Polymer Nanocomposites through Molecular Simulations”, COST Action MP1202 HINT: Annual
Meeting, Heraklion, Crete, April 20-23, 2015.
27. V. Harmandaris, “Hierarchical Multi-scale Modeling of Polymer Nanocomposites”, Department
of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Cyprus, Cyprus, December 19, 2014.
28. V. Harmandaris, “Hierarchical Multi-scale Modeling of Hybrid Polymer/Graphene Systems”,
Department of Physics, University of Goettingen, Goettingen, Germany November 04, 2014.
29. V. Harmandaris, “Hierarchical Multi-scale Modeling of Hybrid Polymer/Solid Complex Systems”,
Multiscale Computational Methods in Materials Modelling, Edinburgh, UK, June 17-21, 2014.
30. V. Harmandaris, “Simulations of Soft Matter under Equilibrium and Non-equilibrium
Conditions”, International Conference on Applied Mathematics, ACMAC Center, Heraklion,
Greece, September 16, 2013.
31. V. Harmandaris, “Modeling of hybrid polymer/solid interfacial systems”, 246th ACS National
Meeting & Exposition, Indianapolis, USA, September 09, 2013.
32. V. Harmandaris, “Studying Soft Matter through Hierarchical Multi-scale Modeling”, CCP5
Summer School, Methods in Molecular Simulations, University of Manchester, UK, July 29, 2013.
33. V. Harmandaris, “Hierarchical Multi-scale Simulations of Polymer/Metal Interfaces”, 7th
International Discussion Meeting on Relaxations in Complex Systems, Barcelona, Spain, July 22,
2013.
34. V. Harmandaris, “Studying soft condensed matter physics through hierarchical multi-scale
modeling”, Colloquium, Department of Physics, University of Crete, Greece, March 28, 2013.
35. V. Harmandaris, “Molecular Simulations of Biomolecular Systems”, ACMAC workshop on “Cell
biology and physiology: PDE models”, ACMAC Center, Heraklion, Crete, Greece, October 4-6,
2012.
36. V. Harmandaris, “Multi-scale modelling of hybrid molecule/metal nanostructures”, Workshop
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on “Metal nanoparticles for advanced materials: from theory to practice”, University of Crete,
Heraklion, Greece, October 1-3, 2012.
37. V. Harmandaris, “Hierarchical modeling of polymer nanocomposites: From ab-initio, to
atomistic up to coarse-grained simulations”, KITP Research Program, Santa Barbara, USA, June
10-20, 2012.
38. V. Harmandaris, “Hierarchical modeling of polymer nanocomposites: From ab-initio, to
atomistic up to coarse-grained simulations”, Colloquium, Department of Materials, University of
Crete, Greece, May 11, 2012.
39. V. Harmandaris, “Multi-scale molecular simulations of polymer interfaces”, IMPRS Workshop on
“Characterization of polymer interfaces/surfaces/thin films”, Wittenberg, Germany, April 23-27,
2012.
40. V. Harmandaris, “Hierarchical multi-scale modeling of polymers under equilibrium and nonequilibrium
conditions: Computational and mathematical aspects”, Workshop on "Coarse–
graining of many–body systems: analysis, computations and applications", Heraklion, Crete,
June 27 – July 1, 2011.
41. V. Harmandaris, “Multiscale modeling of polymers under equilibrium and non-equilibrium
conditions” CECAM/ACAM Workshop on Dynamic Coarse-Graining: Towards quantitative
mesoscale modeling of complex fluids, Ireland, May 18-21, 2010.
42. V. Harmandaris, “Hierarchical multi-scale modeling of soft matter”, Colloquium, Department of
Materials, University of Crete, Greece, May 14, 2010.
43. V. Harmandaris, “Molecular friction in polymers studied by multiscale simulations”,
CECAM/ACAM Workshop on Molecular Friction, Dublin, Ireland, December 14-16, 2009.
44. V. Harmandaris, “Quantitative predictions of polymer dynamics at multiple length and time
scales”, Mainz Simulation Days, Mainz, Germany, June 3-5, 2009.
45. V. Harmandaris “Modeling of polymers: Methods and applications”, Max Planck Institute for
Mathematics in the Sciences, Leipzig, Germany, March 17, 2008.
46. V. Harmandaris, “Multi-scale dynamic modeling of polymer and biopolymers”, Université
Catholique de Louvain , Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, October 12-14, 2008.
47. V. Harmandaris “Structure and dynamics of polymers through hierarchical dynamic
simulations”, XXIV Panhellenic Conference on Solid State Physics and Materials Science,
Heraklion, Greece, September 21-24, 2008.
48. V. Harmandaris “Dynamics of polymer melts in polymer/solid interfacial systems”, DECHEMA,
Frankfurt, Germany, June 13, 2008.
49. V. Harmandaris “Computational multiscale modeling of polymers: Methods and applications”,
Workshop on Efficiency in and Modeling with Computational SPDE’s, Bonn, Germany, April 3-5
2008.
50. V. Harmandaris “Hierarchical modeling of polymer and biopolymers”, Eindhoven University of
Technology, Department of Applied Physics, Holland, November 06, 2007.
51. V. Harmandaris “Coarse graining simulations of polymers: II) Dynamics and biological
applications”, Workshop on Mathematical and Computational Methods for Accelerated
Molecular, Stochastic and Hybrid Simulation, Heraklion, Crete, Greece, June 25-27, 2007.
52. V. Harmandaris “Coarse graining simulations of polymers: I) Methods and applications”,
Workshop on Mathematical and Computational Methods for Accelerated Molecular, Stochastic
and Hybrid Simulation, Heraklion, Creta, Greece, June 25-27, 2007.
53. V. Harmandaris “Mesoscopic simulations of polymers and biopolymers”, Institute of Solid State
Research (IFF), Theoretical Soft-Matter and Biophysics, Jülich, Germany, February 21, 2006.
54. V. Harmandaris “Polymer dynamics at interfaces: what atomistic simulations can tell us”, Jülich
Soft Matter Days 2005, Bonn, Germany, November 01-04, 2005.
55. V. Harmandaris “Atomistic modelling of polymer/solid interfaces”, Department of Chemical
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Engineering, University of Twente, Holland, April 2004.
56. V. Harmandaris “Atomistic simulation of the viscoelasticity of polymer melts: From Rouse to
reptation theory”, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Tennessee, Knoxville,
USA, November 2003.
57. V. Harmandaris “Extracting linear viscoelastic properties from chemical constitution via
atomistic molecular dynamics simulations”, Max-Planck Institute for Polymer Research (MPI-P),
Mainz, Germany, October 1999.
Presentations
58. V. Harmandaris, "Multi-scale Study of Polymer Nanocomposites via Hybrid Physics-based Datadriven
Models", 2nd BGU-FORTH/UoC Soft Matter workshop, Beer Sheva, Ben Gurion Univ.,
Israel, 25-27 February 2020.
59. V. Harmandaris, "Systematic Coarse-Grained Models for Molecular Systems Using Entropy", 5th
International Conference on Entropy and its Applications, November 18-30, 2019.
60. V. Harmandaris, "Molecular Simulations of Graphene-based Polymeric Nanostructured
Materials", 8th International Meeting of the Hellenic Society of Rheology, Limassol, Cyprus, July
12-14, 2017.
61. V. Harmandaris, "Molecular Simulations of Graphene-based Polymeric Nanostructured
Materials", 11th Panhellenic Chemical Engineers’ Conference, Salonica, Greece, May 25–27,
2017.
62. V. Harmandaris, "Atomistic Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Multi-phase Polymer/Graphene
Nanostructured Systems", 11th Panhellenic Chemical Engineers’ Conference, Salonica, Greece,
May 25–27, 2017.
63. V. Harmandaris, "Properties of Nanographene Sheets in Polymer/Graphene Nanocomposites",
11th Panhellenic Chemical Engineers’ Conference, Salonica, Greece, May 25–27, 2017.
64. V. Harmandaris, "Dynamics of Graphene based Polymer Nanostructured Materials through
Molecular Simulations", 10th Panhellenic Chemical Engineers’ Conference, Patras, Greece, June
04–06, 2015.
65. V. Harmandaris, “Dynamic Heterogeneity in Fully Miscible Polymer Blends through Molecular
Simulations”, 10th Hellenic Polymer Society Conference, Patras, Greece, December 04-06, 2014.
66. V. Harmandaris, “Study of Polystyrene Melts through Atomistic and Coarse-grained Models”,
7th International Meeting of the Hellenic Rheology Society, Heraklion, Greece, July 07-10, 2014.
67. V. Harmandaris, “Molecular Dynamics Study of Graphene based Polymer Nanocomposites”, 16th
European Conference on Composite Materials, ECCM, Seville, Spain, June 21-27, 2014.
68. V. Harmandaris, “Studying Miscible Polymer Blends through Molecular Simulations”, Soft Comp
Annual Meeting, Heraklion, Greece, May 25-29, 2014.
69. V. Harmandaris, “Hierarchical Modeling of Polymer/Solid Interfaces: From Ab-initio Calculations
to Atomistic up to Coarse-grained Simulations”, APS March Meeting, Denver, Colorado, USA,
March 03-07, 2014.
70. V. Harmandaris, “Polymer/graphene systems through atomistic simulations”, 9th Hellenic
Polymer Society Conference”, Salonika, Greece, November 29 – December 1, 2012.
71. K. Johnston, V. Harmandaris, “Multi-scale modeling of polystyrene between gold surfaces”, 9th
Hellenic Polymer Society Conference”, (Poster) Salonika, Greece, November 29 – December 1,
2012.
72. V. Harmandaris, “Hierarchical modeling of polymers under non-equilibrium conditions: from
atomistic to coarse-grained models”, XVIth International Congress on Rheology, Lisbon,
Portugal, August 5-10, 2012.
73. V. Harmandaris, “Hierarchical modeling of polymer/solid interfacial systems: From ab-initio, to
atomistic up to coarse-grained simulations”, Proceedings, XI International Conference on
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Nanostructured Materials, Rhodes, Greece, August, 26-31, 2012.
74. V. Harmandaris, “Properties of polystyrene/graphene systems through detailed atomistic
simulations”, Soft Comp Annual Meeting, Heraklion, Greece, May 10-13, 2012.
75. V. Harmandaris, “Multi-scale simulations of fluid/solid hybrid composite systems”, 18th
International Conference on composite materials, Busan, Jeju Island, Korea, August, 20-26, 2011.
76. V. Harmandaris, “A novel method for measuring the bending and the Gaussian rigidity of multicomponent
membranes by simulating tethers”, International Soft Matter Conference 2010,
ISMC, Granada, Spain, July 04-08, 2010.
77. V. Harmandaris, “Multiscale modeling of polymers under equilibrium and non-equilibrium
conditions: from atomistic to coarse-grained models”, International Soft Matter Conference
2010, ISMC, Granada, Spain, July 04-08, 2010.
78. V. Harmandaris, “Polymer/solid interfaces through multi-scale simulations”, 17th Conference on
Composite Materials, ICCM, Edinburgh, Scotland, July 27-31, 2009.
79. V. Harmandaris, “Dynamics of entangled polystyrene through hierarchical multi-scale
simulations”, 7th Hellenic Polymer Conference, Ioannina, Greece, September 28-Octomber 01,
2008.
80. V. Harmandaris, N.F.A. van der Vegt, K. Kremer “Dynamics of polymers through hierarchical
dynamic simulations”, International Workshop on Molecular Modeling and Simulation in
Applied Material Science, DECHEMA, Frankfurt, Germany, March 10-11, 2008.
81. V. Harmandaris, N.F.A. van der Vegt, K. Kremer “Comparing CG models: polystyrene”, (Poster)
International Soft Matter Days, Aachen, Germany, October 1-4, 2007.
82. V. Harmandaris, M. Deserno, “Studying the curvature elasticity of biomembranes through
numerical simulations”, (Poster) International Soft Matter Days, Aachen, Germany, October 1-
4, 2007.
83. V. Harmandaris, N.F.A. van der Vegt, K. Kremer “Structural and dynamical properties of
Polystyrene determined by coarse-graining MD Simulations”, (Poster) International Discussion
Meeting on the Molecular and Structural Basis of Functional Systems, Mainz, Germany,
September 26 –28, 2007.
84. V. Harmandaris, M. Deserno, “Curvature elasticity of tethers”, Meeting of the German Physical
Society (DPG) 2007, Dresden, Germany, March 27 – 31, 2007.
85. V. Harmandaris, M. Deserno. “A novel method for measuring the bending rigidity of model lipid
membranes by simulating tethers”, (Poster) 4th International Workshop on non-Equilibrium
Thermodynamics and Complex Fluids, Rhodes, Greece, September 3-7, 2006.
86. V. Harmandaris, M. Deserno, “Studying the curvature elasticity of biomembranes through
numerical simulations”, Meeting of the German Physical Society (DPG) 2006, Dresden, Germany,
March 27 – 31, 2006.
87. V. Harmandaris, N.F.A. van der Vegt, K. Kremer “Hierarchical modeling of PS: from atomistic to
coarse-grained simulations” 4th International Workshop on non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics
and Complex Fluids, Rhodes, Greece, September 3-7, 2006.
88. V. Harmandaris, V.G. Mavrantzas, “Dynamics of thin polymer melt films near at a solid attractive
surface through atomistic molecular dynamics simulations”, (Poster) International School of
Solid State Physics34th Course: Computer Simulations in Condensed Matter: from Materials to
Chemical Biology, Erice, Italy, July 20 – August 1, 2005.
89. V. Harmandaris, K. Daoulas, V.G. Mavrantzas, “Polyethylene dynamics in polyethylene/graphite
interfaces”, European Polymer Conference 2005, Moscow, Russia, June 26 – July 1, 2005.
90. V. Harmandaris, K. Daoulas, V.G. Mavrantzas, “Atomistic simulation of the structure and
dynamics of the polyethylene/graphite interface”, 3rd International Conference for
Computational Modeling and Simulation of Materials (CIMTEC), Acireale, Italy, May 30 – June 4,
2004.
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91. V. Harmandaris, V.G. Mavrantzas, D.N. Theodorou, “Atomistic molecular dynamics simulation
of the self-diffusion of n-alkane melts and of binary n-alkane blends”, AIChE Annual Meeting,
San Francisco, November 16-21, 2003.
92. V. Harmandaris, V.G. Mavrantzas, D.N. Theodorou, “Molecular dynamics simulation of the
viscoelastic properties of long polymer melts: From Rouse to reptation theory”, AIChE Annual
Meeting, San Francisco, November 16-21, 2003.
93. V. Harmandaris, V.G. Mavrantzas, D.N. Theodorou, “Molecular dynamics simulation of the
viscoelastic properties of linear polymer melts”, Polymer Processing Society (PPS), Athens,
September 14-17, 2003.
94. V. Harmandaris, V.G. Mavrantzas, D.N. Theodorou, "Prediction of the viscoelastic properties of
polymer from detailed molecular dynamics simulations and comparison against rheological
measurements", 3rd Chemical Engineering Conference for Collaborative Research in Eastern
Mediterranean (EMCC-3), Thessaloniki, Greece, May 13-15, 2003.
95. V. Harmandaris, V.G. Mavrantzas, D.N. Theodorou, "Prediction of the rheological properties of
long polyethylene melts via atomistic molecular dynamics simulations", 3rd International
Meeting of the Hellenic Society of Rheology, Patras, Greece, June 10-14, 2001.
96. V. Harmandaris, V.G. Mavrantzas, D.N. Theodorou, "Prediction of the viscoelastic properties of
high-molecular weight polymer melts through molecular dynamics atomistic simulations", 3rd
Panhellenic Chemical Engineers’ Conference, Athens, Greece, May 31-June 02, 2001.
97. V. Harmandaris, V.G. Mavrantzas, D.N. Theodorou, “Prediction of the linear viscoelastic
properties of long-chain polyethylene melts from detailed atomistic simulations on uniaxially
stretched melt configurations”, XIII International Congress on Rheology, Cambridge, UK, August
20-25, 2000.
98. V. Harmandaris, V.G. Mavrantzas, D.N. Theodorou, “Atomistic modeling of viscoelasticity:
simulation of stress relaxation upon cessation of steady-state elongational flow”, Summer
School in Polymer Science and Technology, Psathopirgos, Patras, Greece, September 5-9, 1999.
99. V. Harmandaris, V.G. Mavrantzas, D.N. Theodorou, "Atomistic simulation of the stress
relaxation experiment after cessation of steady-state uniaxial elongation", 2nd Panhellenic
Chemical Engineers’ Conference, Salonica, Greece, May 27-29, 1999.
100. V. Harmandaris, V.G. Mavrantzas, D.N. Theodorou, D.N. "From chemical structure to polymer
processing: Atomistic simulation of the viscoelasticity of linear polyethylene melts", 4th
Panhellenic Conference on Polymers, Patras, Greece, November 20-22, 1997.
Representative presentations by others (speaker underlined)
101. P. Bačová, V. Harmandaris, " Computational Modeling of Star-shaped Polymer Materials ",
2nd BGU-FORTH/UoC Soft Matter workshop, Beer Sheva, Ben Gurion Univ., Israel, 25-27
February 2020.
102. E. Kalligiannaki, G. Baxevani, A. Chazirakis and V. Harmandaris, "Systematic Coarse-Grained
Models for Molecular Systems Using Entropy", European Congress and Exhibition of Advanced
Materials and Processes (EUROMAT 2019), Stockholm, Sweden, 1-5 September 2019.
103. M. Arnittali, A. Rissanou, V. Harmandaris, “Structure Of Biomolecules through Molecular
Dynamics Simulations”, 8th International Young Scientists Conference on Computational Science,
YSC2019, Heraklion, 24-28 June 2019.
104. P. Bačová, V. Harmandaris, “Multi-scale Dynamic simulations of polymer nanocomposites
with inorganic or polymer-based nanoparticles”, 9th International Meeting of the Hellenic
Rheology Society, Samos, Greece, June 24-27, 2019.
105. G. Baxevani, E. Kalligiannaki, V. Harmandaris, “Study of the transient dynamics of coarsegrained
molecular systems with the path-space force-matching method”, 8th International
Young Scientists Conference on Computational Science, YSC2019, Heraklion, 24-28 June 2019.
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106. P. Bačová, E. Glynos, S. Anastasiadis, V. Harmandaris, “Computational design of
nanostructured polymer materials”, European Polymer Congress 2019 (EPF 2019), Heraklion,
Crete, Greece, 9-14 June, 2019.
107. A. Behbahani, V. Harmandaris, “Structure and dynamics of stereoregular poly(methyl
methacrylate) chains adsorbed on pristine and oxidized graphene via atomistic simulations”,
European Polymer Congress 2019 (EPF 2019), Heraklion, Crete, Greece, 9-14 June, 2019.
108. A. Rissanou, V. Harmandaris, “Properties of polymer melts and polymer/silica
nanocomposites through multi-scale molecular simulations”, European Polymer Congress 2019
(EPF 2019), Heraklion, Crete, Greece, 9-14 June, 2019.
109. M. Arnittali, A. Rissanou, V. Harmandaris, "Structure and self-assembly of biomolecules
through Molecular Dynamics Simulations ", 12th Panhellenic Chemical Engineers’ Conference,
Salonica, Greece, 29-31 May, 2019.
110. A. Rissanou, P. Bačová, V. Harmandaris, "Atomistic molecular dynamics simulations of
multiphase polymer/graphene nanostructured systems", 12th Panhellenic Chemical Engineers’
Conference, Salonica, Greece, 29-31 May, 2019.
111. V. Raptis, V. Harmandaris, " Using coarse-grain and fully atomistic force fields to predict the
properties of poly(lactate acid) via Molecular Dynamics simulations", 12th Panhellenic Chemical
Engineers’ Conference, Salonica, Greece, 29-31 May, 2019.
112. P. Bačová, E. Glynos, V. Harmandaris, “Computational design of nanostructured polymer
materials: atomistic simulations of self-segregated and self-assembled miktoarm star
copolymers”, Annual European Rheology Conference, Sorento, Ital, April 17-20, 2019.
113. G. Kritikos, A. Chazirakis, P. Bačová, A. Rissanou, E. Kalligiannaki, and V. Harmandaris,
“Hierarchical Multi-scale Computational Methodologies for the Study of Complex Molecular
Systems”, The Twelfth International Conference on Advanced Engineering Computing and
Applications in Sciences, Athens, Greece, November 18-22, 2018.
114. E. Kalligiannaki, M. Katsoulakis, P. Plechac, V. Harmandaris, “Path space force matching and
relative entropy methods for coarse-graining molecular systems at transient regimes”,7th
International Young Scientists Conference on Computational Science, YSC2018, Heraklion, Crete,
July 02-06, 2018.
115. P. Bačová, A.N. Rissanou, V. Harmandaris, “Modelling of novel polymer materials through
atomistic molecular dynamics simulations”,7th International Young Scientists Conference on
Computational Science, YSC2018, Heraklion, Crete, July 02-06, 2018.
116. E. Kalligiannaki, V. Harmandaris, M. Katsoulakis, P. Plechac “From Atomistic to Systematic
Coarse-graining of Molecular Systems”, 2nd ECCOMAS, Thematic Conference on International
Conference on Uncertainty Quantification in Computational Sciences and Engineering
(UNCECOMP), Rhodes, Greece, June 15-17, 2017.
117. A.J. Power, V. Harmandaris, "Atomistic Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Hybrid
Polymer/Gold and Core-Shell Nanoparticle Systems", 11th Panhellenic Chemical Engineers’
Conference, Salonica, Greece, May 25–27, 2017.
118. (Poster) A.J. Power, V. Harmandaris, “Dynamics and Structure of Hybrid Polymer
Nanocomposites with Core-Shell Nanoparticles”, Eurofillers & Polymer Blends, Heraklion, Crete,
Greece, April 23-27, 2017.
119. (Poster) A. Tsourtis, E. Kalligiannaki, V. Harmandaris, “Parametrizing coarse grained models
for molecular systems at equilibrium”, Proceedings, 11th Hellenic Polymer Society International
Conference, Heraklion, Greece, November 03-05, 2016.
120. (Poster) P. Bačová, A. Rissanou, V. Harmandaris, “Graphene based Polymer Nanostructured
Materials through Molecular Simulations”, Proceedings, 11th Hellenic Polymer Society
International Conference, Heraklion, Greece, November 03-05, 2016.
121. (Poster) A. Rissanou, P. Bačová, V. Harmandaris, “Properties of Nanographene in Polymer
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Nanocomposites through All-atom Simulations”, Proceedings, 11th Hellenic Polymer Society
International Conference, Heraklion, Greece, November 03-05, 2016.
122. (Poster) V. Petrakis, A. Rissanou, V. Harmandaris, H. Papananou, K. Chrissopoulou, S.
Anastasiadis, “Structural and Conformational Properties of Poly-(ethylene oxide)/Silica
Nanocomposites through Simulations and Experiments”, Proceedings, 11th Hellenic Polymer
Society International Conference, Heraklion, Greece, November 03-05, 2016.
123. (Poster) A. Power, V. Harmandaris “Detailed Atomistic Molecular Dynamics Simulations of
Hybrid Polymer /Core-Shell Nanoparticle Systems”, Proceedings, 11th Hellenic Polymer Society
International Conference, Heraklion, Greece, November 03-05, 2016.
124. A. Rissanou, P. Bačová, V. Harmandaris, “Atomistic Simulation of Graphene-Based Polymer
Nanocompositess”, 8th International Conference Times of Polymers and Conferences, Ischia,
Italy, June 19-23, 2016.
125. E. Kalligiannaki, V. Harmandaris, M. Katsoulakis, P. Plechac “Coarse-graining Non-equilibrium
systems and path space information theory”, European Community on Computational Methods
in Applied Sciences (ECCOMAS) Congress 2016, Crete, Greece, June 5-10, 2016.
126. E. Kalligiannaki, M. Katsoulakis, P. Plechac, V. Harmandaris, " Optimizing Coarse-grained
Models for Equilibrium and Non-equilibrium Molecular Systems: Force matching and Dynamical
Force Matching", International Workshop on Nonequilibrium Thermodynamics (IWNET),
Hilvarenbeek, Netherlands, July 05–10, 2015.
127. A. Tsourtis, I. Pantazis, M. Katsoulakis, V. Harmandaris, " Parametric Sensitivity Analysis for
Stochastic Molecular Systems using Information Theoretic Metrics", 10th Panhellenic Chemical
Engineers’ Conference, Patras, Greece, June 04–06, 2015.
128. A.J. Power, V. Harmandaris, “Structure and Dynamics of Hybrid Polymer/Nanocomposite
Systems through Molecular Dynamics Simulations”, 4th International Young Scientists
Conference and Summer School, Athens, Greece, June 25 - July 3, 2015.
129. (Poster) A.J. Power, V. Harmandaris, “Structure and Dynamics of Hybrid Polymer/Gold
Nanoparticle Systems through Atomistic Molecular Dynamics Simulations”.
Computational Trends in Solvation and Transport in Liquids”, Julich, Germany, March 23-27,
2015.
130. A. Rissanou, D. Tzeli, V. Harmandaris, "Self-assembly of Diphenylalanine and Chemically
Modified Diphenylalanine Peptides on Various Solvents", 10th Panhellenic Chemical Engineers’
Conference, Patras, Greece, June 04–06, 2015.
131. A. Power, V. Harmandaris, "Structure and Dynamics of Hybrid Polymer/Gold Nanoparticle
Systems through Atomistic Molecular Dynamics Simulations", 10th Panhellenic Chemical
Engineers’ Conference, Patras, Greece, June 04–06, 2015.
132. A. Rissanou, V. Harmandaris, “Molecular Simulations of Polymer-Graphene
Nanocomposites”, European Polymer Federation Congress 2015, Dresden, Germany, June 21-
26, 2015.
133. P. Bačová, V. Harmandaris, “Dynamics of Functionalized Graphene Based Polymer
Nanocomposites through Detailed Atomistic Simulations”, Annual European Rheology
Conference, Nantes, France, April 14-17, 2015.
134. P. Bačová, A. Rissanou, V. Harmandaris, “Detailed Molecular Simulations of Functionalized
Graphene Based Polymer Nanocomposites”, American Physical Society, APS March Meeting, San
Antonio, USA, March 02-06, 2015.
135. A. Rissanou, V. Harmandaris, “Study of Polymer/Graphene Nanocomposites through
Atomistic Molecular Dynamics Simulations”, American Physical Society, APS March Meeting, San
Antonio, USA, March 02-06, 2015.
136. A. Power, V. Harmandaris “Properties of polymer/gold nanocomposites through atomistic
molecular dynamics simulations”, (Poster) 10th Hellenic Polymer Society Conference, Patras,
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Greece, December 04-06, 2014.
137. V.S. Petrakis, A.N. Rissanou, V. Harmandaris, K. Chrisopoulou, S. Anastasiadis “Atomistic
molecular dynamics simulation study of a hybrid poly (ethylene oxide) / silica nanoparticle
system”, (Poster) 10th Hellenic Polymer Society Conference, Patras, Greece, December 04-06,
2014.
138. A. Rissanou, V. Harmandaris, “Molecular Simulations of graphene based polymer
nanocomposite”, 10th Hellenic Polymer Society Conference, Patras, Greece, December 04-06,
2014.
139. V.S. Petrakis, A.N. Rissanou, V. Harmandaris, K. Chrisopoulou, S. Anastasiadis “Atomistic
Molecular Dynamics Simulation Study of Hybrid Poly(ethylene oxide) / Silica Nanoparticle
Systems”, (Poster) 30th Panhellenic Conference on Solid State Physics and Materials Science,
Heraklion, Greece, September 21-24, 2014.
140. A. Power, I. Remediakis, V. Harmandaris “Properties of Polymer/Gold Nanocomposites
Through Atomistic Molecular Dynamics Simulations”, (Poster) 30th Panhellenic Conference on
Solid State Physics and Materials Science, Heraklion, Greece, September 21-24, 2014.
141. K. Johnston, K. Kremer, V. Harmandaris, “Confined polystyrene films between gold surfaces”,
American Physical Society, APS March Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, USA, February 27-
March 2, 2012.
142. Won Bo Lee, V. Harmandaris, D. Fritz, K. Kremer, “Dynamics of polystyrene (PS) melts: multiscale
molecular dynamic approach”, Proceedings, American Physical Society, APS March
Meeting, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, March 16-20, 2009.
143. D. Fritz, V. Harmandaris, D. Reith, N.F.A. van der Vegt, K. Kremer “Structure and dynamics of
coarse grained polystyrene melts”, (Poster) German Physical Society (DPG), Berlin, Germany,
February 25-29, 2008.
Funding-Grants (during the last 10 years)
1. Private Funding, Goodyear, Akron, USA, 2017–2021. Title: “Design of Tire Materials”. Role: PI.
Budget of the grant: 1.300.000 USA Dollars.
2. «Ερευνώ – Δημιουργώ – Καινοτομώ», GSRT, Greece, 2018–2021. Title: “B2B”. Role: Team
Leader. Budget of the team: 120.000 Euro (Overall budget of the grant: 1.000.000 Euro).
3. KRHPIS II, GSRT, Greece, 2017–2020. Title: “ΒΙΤΑΔ”. Role: Team Leader. Budget of the team:
25.000 Euro (Overall budget of the grant: 1.467.000 Euro).
4. KRHPIS II, GSRT, Greece, 2017–2020. Title: “AENAO”. Role: PI of the IACM/FORTH. Budget of
the team: 25.000 Euro (Overall budget of the grant: 1.084.900 Euro).
5. ELKE, UOC, 2016–2018, Title: “Multiscale Computational Modeling of Hybrid Polymer /
Nanoparticle Systems”. Principal Investigator (PI): V. Harmandaris. Budget of the grant: 15.000
Euro.
6. ARISTEIA II, GSRT, Greece, 2014–2015. Title: “Hierarchical Multi-scale Modeling of Complex
Materials”. Role: Principal Investigator (PI). Budget of the grant: 200.000 Euro.
7. KRHPIS I, GSRT, Greece, 2013–2015. Title: “Advanced – Smart Materials”. Role: Team Leader.
30.000 Euro (Overall budget of the grant: 1.573.000 Euro).
8. THALIS, GSRT, Greece, 2012–2015. Title: “Analysis, modeling and simulations of complex
systems”. Role: Team Leader, PI during 02-09/15. Budget of the grant: 600.000 Euro.
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9. THALIS, GSRT, Greece, 2012–2015. Title: “Self-assembly and dynamics in metastable states.
From molecular and supramolecular to mesoscopic systems”. Role: Team Member (PI: G.
Floudas). Budget of the grant: 600.000 Euro.
10. DFG SPP1369, 2008–2011. Title: “Dynamics of polymer melts near solid interfaces”, Role:
Principal Investigator (PI), together with H. Duran. Budget of the grant: 200.000 Euro. Duration
(starting/ending) dates: 07/2008 – 06/2014.
11. ELKE, UOC, 2011–2013, Title: “Hierarchical multi-scale modeling of polymer nanocomposites”.
Principal Investigator (PI): V. Harmandaris. Budget of the grant: 15.000 Euro.
12. NSF, USA, 2008–2013. Title: “From nanoscale simulation to process engineering: Building a
network for understanding polymer dynamics”. Role: International collaborator (PI: B.
Edwards). Budget of the grant: 100.000 Euro.
Citations (Web of Knowledge)
(Till 31/05/2020):
Total: 3055
Self: 258
Clean: 2787
Average Citations per article: 50.9
h-Index: 30
Citations in Each Year
Citations (Google Scholar) (Till 31/05/2020):
Total: 4067 (since 2015: 1980)
h-index: 32 (since 2015: 24)
i10-index: 50 (since 2015: 43)
ResearcherID: B-2958-2009, ORCID: 0000-0002-9613-7639.
Teaching
Courses taught
a) Graduate
1. “Statistical Inference and Machine Learning for Molecular Systems”, (with E. Kalligiannaki)
Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Crete, Spring 2019-2020.
2. “Mathematical Modeling in Natural Sciences”, Department of Mathematics and Applied
Mathematics, University of Crete, Spring 2018-2019.
3. “Monte Carlo Methods”, Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of
Crete, Spring 2015-2016.
4. “Statistical Mechanics”, Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of
Crete, Spring 2014-2015.
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5. “Scientific Computing”, Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Crete, Spring 2013-
2014.
b) Undergraduate
6. “Mathematics II”, Department of Chemistry, University of Crete, Spring 2019-2020; 2018-2019;
Spring 2014-2015.
7. “Applied Statistics”, Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Crete,
Fall 2019-2020; Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Crete, Spring 2009-2010.
8. “Optimization”, Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Crete,
Spring 2018-2019.
9. “General Mathematics I”, Department of Materials, University of Crete, Fall 2019-2020; Fall
2018-2019.
10. “Calculus I”, Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Crete, Fall
2017-2018.
11. “Introduction to Programming: Python II”, Department of Mathematics and Applied
Mathematics, University of Crete, Spring 2015-2016; Spring 2016-2017.
12. “Mathematical Modeling”, Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of
Crete, Fall 2016-2017.
13. “Mathematical Biology”, Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of
Crete, Fall 2015-2016, 2011-2012.
14. “Mathematical Modeling and Numerical Simulations”, Department of Mathematics and Applied
Mathematics, University of Crete, Fall 2014-2015.
15. “Physics I”, Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, and Department of
Computer Science, University of Crete, Fall 2014-2015.
16. “Introduction in Monte Carlo Methods”, (Undergraduate and Graduate Course) Department of
Applied Mathematics, University of Crete, Spring 2013-2014, Spring 2012-2013, Spring 2011-
2012.
17. “Linear and Non-linear Programming”, Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics,
University of Crete, Fall 2013-2014.
18. “Introduction to C”, Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Crete, Fall 2012-2013.
19. “Data Structures”, Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Crete, Spring 2010-2011.
20. “Parallel Programming”, Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Crete, Fall 2009-
2010, Fall 2010-2011.
Teach Assistant as PhD student (Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Patras, Greece):
“Introduction to Fortran”, Fall 1997, 1998, 1999; “Numerical Analysis”, Spring 1999; “Polymers
Laboratory”, Spring 1998.
Managerial Experience
Member of the Research Committee of the University of Crete (ΕΛΚΕ): 06/2016 – now
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Administrative and Departmental Committee Duties at Dept. of Mathematics and Applied
Mathematics, University of Crete
Member of the Departmental Committee on Computing and Software: 01/2015 – now
Member of the Departmental Committee on the Building: 01/2016 – now
Member of the Departmental Committee on Graduate Programme: 01/2013 – 09/2018
Scientific Responsible of the Department for Internship – “Praktiki Askhsh”: 01/2016 – 09/2018
Member of the Departmental Committee on Internship – “Praktiki Askhsh”: 01/2012 – 12/2015
Member of the Departmental Committee on Evolvement, Planning and Organization: 03/2011 –
03/2013
Graduate Students Advised and Postdoctoral Scholars
Current Postdoctoral Scholars:
1. Dr. Petra Bačová (10/2014 – 11/2015; 05/2017 – till now))
2. Dr. Anastasia Rissanou (01/2015 – till now)
3. Dr. Alireza F. Behbahani (03/2019 – till now)
4. Dr. Vasilis Raptis (03/2019 – till now)
PhD Students:
1. Eiriin Gkolfi (03/2020 – till now)
2. Antonis Chazirakis (07/2019 – till now)
3. Maria Arnittali (06/2019 – till now)
4. Georgia Baxevani (06/2019 – till now)
5. Sofianna Kavousanou (09/2018 – till now)
6. Albert Power (09/2016 – till now)
Master Students:
1. Eleytheria Stavropoulou
Current Diploma Students:
1. Vasia Kyrierh
Previous Postdoctoral Scholars:
1. Dr. Evangelia Kalligiannaki (10/2013 – 10/2015)
2. Dr. Karen Johnston (01/2010 – 06/2013)
Degrees Awarded:
PhD:
1. Anastasios Tsourtis, Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Crete,
Thesis title: “Mathematical and computational modeling of complex molecular systems in
multiple scales”, graduated in 02/2017.
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Master:
1. Eirini Gkolfi, Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Crete,
graduated in 10/2019.
2. Maria Arnittali, Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Crete,
graduated in 11/2018.
3. Georgia Baxevani, Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Crete,
graduated in 11/2018.
4. Sofianna Kavousanou, Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of
Crete, graduated in 11/2017.
5. Antonis Chazirakis, Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Crete,
graduated in 10/2017.
6. Virginia Apostolopoulou, Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of
Crete, graduated in 02/2017.
7. Areth Zervou, Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Crete,
graduated in 07/2016.
8. Maria Panoukidou, Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Crete,
graduated in 09/2015.
9. Vyrwnas Petrakis, Department of Chemistry, University of Crete, graduated in 09/2015.
10. Despoina Tzeli, Department of Materials, University of Crete, graduated in 09/2015.
11. Albert Power, Department of Materials, University of Crete, graduated in 08/2015.
Diplomas:
(Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Crete)
2019-20: Agapi Zhsh, Anastasia Papadaki;
2018-19: Eirini Kostoglou;
2017-18: Panagiwta Siachouli, Eleytheria Stavropoulou;
2016-17: Katerina Arkavlh, Panagiwta Keramea;
2015-16: Germanos Chatziathanasiou, Alexander Kovalenko, Katerina Avramidou;
2014-15: Virginia Apostolopoulou, Maria Panoukidou, Alexia Katsara;
(Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Crete)
2013-14: Antonis Chazirakis, Myron Gourlis, Maria Demetzou, Kostas Koskoletos,
2012-13: Despoina Tzeli, Albert Power;
2011-12: Eirinh Kakari
Member of PhD/Master/Diploma Committee
PhD Students:
1. Dimitris Stefanakis (Department of Materials, University of Crete, Advisor: I. Remediakis,
member of primary three-member PhD Committee, 2017 – Today).
2. Alireza Foorazani (Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Tehran, Iran, Advisor: M.
Baez, member of primary three-member PhD Committee, graduated in 02/2019).
3. Dimitris Mintis (Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Patras, Advisor: V.
Mavrantzas, graduated in 07/2020).
4. Michael Goutsoulas (Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of
Crete, Advisor: N. Efremidis, graduated in 04/2020).
5. Eleytherios Koufakis (Department of Materials, University of Crete, Advisor: M. Vamvakaki,
graduated in 12/2019).
6. Lucille Chambon (Department of Materials, University of Crete, Advisor: D. Vlassopoulos,
graduated in 07/2019).
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7. Daphne Davelou (Department of Materials, University of Crete, Advisor: I. Remediakis,
graduated in 07/2019).
8. Flora Tsourtou (Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Patras, Advisor: V.
Mavrantzas, graduated in 06/2019).
9. Costas Smaragdakis (Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of
Crete, graduated in 04/2019).
10. Panagiotis Tzounis (Department of Chemical Engineering, National Technical University of
Patras, Advisor: D. Theodorou, graduated in 03/2019).
11. Orestis Ziogos (Department of Chemical Engineering, National Technical University of Patras,
Advisor: D. Theodorou, graduated in 03/2018).
12. Salvatore Costanzo (Department of Materials, University of Crete, Advisor: D. Vlassopoulos,
graduated in 02/2017).
13. Emmanouil Daskalakhs (Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of
Crete, Advisor: C. Tsogka, graduated in 07/2016).
14. Michael Apostoloupoulos (Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University
of Crete, Advisor: C. Tsogka, graduated in 06/2016).
15. Aristea Maniadaki (Department of Materials, University of Crete, Advisor: G. Kopidakis,
graduated in 10/2015).
16. Elnaz Hajizadeh Darzehkonan (Thesis Examiner, Department of Materials, University of Crete,
Advisor: G. Floudas, graduated in 12/2014).
17. Eleni Androulaki (Department of Materials, University of Crete, Advisor: I. Economou,
graduated in 03/2014).
18. Giwrgos Arabatzis (Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Crete, Advisor: M.
Katsoulakis, graduated in 01/2014).
19. Alexandros Anastasiou (Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Patras, Advisor: B.
Mavrantzas, graduated in 12/2013).
External PhD Evaluator:
20. Elnaz Hajizadeh Darzehkonani (Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Engineering
and Technology, and Centre for Molecular Simulation, Swinburne University of Technology,
Victoria, Australia. Advisor: B. Todd, graduated in 03/2015).
Master Students:
1. Maria Daskalaki (Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Crete,
Advisor: M. Pavlidis, to be graduated).
2. Angeliki Boubaki (Department of Materials, University of Crete, Advisor: I. Remediakis,
graduated in 17/07/2020).
3. Eleytherios Christofi (Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of
Crete, Advisor: T. Katsaounis, graduated in 14/07/2020).
4. Petros Ntivanak (Department of Materials, University of Crete, Advisor: A. Mitraki, graduated
in 04/02/2020).
5. Niki Iliadi (Department of Materials, University of Crete, Advisor: M. Vamvakaki, graduated in
10/2018).
6. David Bachman (Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Crete,
Advisor: S. Komineas, graduated in 17/07/2018).
7. Konstantinos Pappas (Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of
Crete, Advisor: I. Platis, graduated in 24/04/2016).
8. Venetia Kokarakh (Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Crete,
Advisor: G. Karalh, graduated in 31/03/2016).
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9. Athanasios Koulouris (Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of
Crete, Advisor: S. Komineas, graduated in 12/2015).
10. Mixalhs Gourzoulidhs (Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of
Crete, Advisor: M. Plexousakis, graduated in 11/2015).
11. Xristina Lazaridou (Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Crete,
Advisor: A. Tzavaras, graduated in 06/2015).
12. Alexandra Roussou (Department of Physics, University of Crete, Advisor: S. Komineas,
graduated in 12/2014).
13. Giwta Kotsopoulou (Department of Materials, University of Crete, Advisor: I. Remediakis,
graduated in 03/2014).
Diploma Students:
2018-19: Maria Kotrotsiou Korosidhs (Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics,
University of Crete, Advisor: G. Zourais, graduated in 10/2019);
2017-18: Charalambos Korosidhs (Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics,
University of Crete, Advisor: M. Plexousakis, graduated in 07/2018);
2016-17: Magdalhnh Drougka (Department of Computer Science, University of Crete, Advisor: A.
Mouxtarhs, graduated in 04/2017); V. Vouvoutsis (Department of Biology, University of Crete,
Advisor: K. Sidiropoulou, graduated in 07/2017); Afrodith Dhmhtriadh (Department of Mathematics
and Applied Mathematics, University of Crete, Advisor: I. Platis, graduated in 07/2017); Elena
Tsagkaris (Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Crete, Advisor: I.
Platis, graduated in 05/2017);
2015-16: Dimitra Petsa (Department of Biology, University of Crete, Advisor: K. Lyka, graduated in
03/2016; Maria Proestakh (Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of
Crete, Advisor: P. Rosakis, graduated in 07/2016; Andrianna Manousidakh (Department of
Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Crete, Advisor: M. Plexousakhs, graduated in
07/2016); Konstantinos Sgontzos (Department of Computer Science, University of Crete, Advisor: Y.
Tzitzikas, graduated in 06/2016); 2) Michalis Sgouromallhs (Department of Mathematics and
Applied Mathematics, University of Crete, Advisor: I. Platis, graduated in 06/2016); Eleftherios
Dimitrakhs (Department of Computer Science, University of Crete, Advisor: Y. Tzitzikas, graduated
in 06/2016);
2014-15: Vasiliki Filippa (Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Crete,
Advisor: I. Platis, graduated in 10/2015); Stavros Kollias (Department of Mathematics and Applied
Mathematics, University of Crete, Advisor: T. Katsaounis, graduated in 07/2015); Dhmhtra Pagkalou
(Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Crete, Advisor: E. Tzanakh,
graduated in 06/2015); Panagiwta Zwtou (Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics,
University of Crete, Advisor: M. Taroudakis, graduated in 03/2015); Kallioph Domalakh (Department
of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Crete, Advisor: M. Taroudakis, graduated
in 03/2015);
2013-14: Stavros Giannoukakos (Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University
of Crete, Advisor: A. Tzavaras, graduated in 10/2014; Georgia Sfakianakh (Department of
Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Crete, Advisor: M. Plexousakhs, graduated in
06/2014); Mirto Galanopoulou (Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University
of Crete, Advisor: D. Tsagkarogiannis, graduated in 09/2013); Danai Eleytheriou (Department of
Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Crete, Advisor: D. Antonopoulou, graduated
in 07/2013);
2009-2012: Panagiotis Stamatopoulos (Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics,
University of Crete, Advisor: C. Tsogka, graduated in 11/2012); Konstantinos Lazaridis (Department
of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Crete, Advisor: P. Rosakis, graduated in
10/2012; Athina Vasilakh (Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of
Crete, Advisor: G. Karalh, graduated in 09/2012); Eirini Leivadarou (Department of Mathematics and
Applied Mathematics, University of Crete, Advisor: G. Karalh, graduated in 09/2012); Savvas
Kaloudis (Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Crete, Advisor: G.
Karalh, graduated in 06/2012); Nikolaos Papanikolaou (Department of Mathematics and Applied
Mathematics, University of Crete, Advisor: G. Karalh, graduated in 02/2012); Nikolaos Kountouris
(Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Crete, Advisor: G. Karalh,
graduated in 05/2011); Amalia Leivadiwtou (Department of Biology, University of Crete, Advisor: K.
Lyka, graduated in 02/2011.