. . This is my home page where you could find some information about my fields of interest and also my publications in journals or in conferences. Up to January 2017 I have:
. . My fields of interest in astrophysics are focused on Solar and Space Physics.
I am working on the Galactic Cosmic Rays and how they influenced by Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs) and other solar or heliospheric parameters.
. . It is well known that these ejections also affect Earth's magnetosphere producing sometimes severe "geomagnetic storms" and as a result many research centers provides daily space weather forecasting reports.
. . During my PhD, I am responsible for the daily Space Weather Forecasting Report of Athens Space Weather Forecasting Center (ASWFC) and from September 2015 for the monthly Solar & Cosmic Ray Activity Newsletter which provided to the European Space Agency (ESA).
. . I participated in 7 international conferences, 3 summer schools and I have taken a lot of scholarships for most of them. Analytical catalogue of my publications, attending conferences, scholarships etc. are available on my CV.
In November 2013 in ESWW10, I receive the title of "Wise Scientist ESWW10" ranking the highest score on the official online quiz of the conference.
As a member of scientific group my works on research projects gave me the experience and utilize independent research skills such as reading demanding texts and computer programming. Now I have a high level on data analysis and calculating techniques using programming languages such as Interactive Data Language (IDL), FORTRAN, Mathematica, and Origin package.
Photo: Sun - Earth connection [Credit: NASA/Steele Hill]
A new ICMEs catalog - Just published in Sol. Phys.
Tracking a CME from Sun to the Earth [Poster]
First results from Athens Space Weather Forecasting Center - ASWFC. [Poster]
email: evpaouris [at] phys.uoa.gr
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