Dr Agissilaos (Agis) Athanassoulis
- Name: Agissilaos (Agis) Athanassoulis
- Position:
- Lecturer
- Address:
- Department of Mathematics
- University of Dundee
- Dundee DD1 4HN
- Room:
- Fulton G5
- E-mail:
- a.athanassoulis dundee.ac.uk
- Phone:
- +44 (0)1382 384490
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Research Interests:
- Semiclassical and Microlocal Analysis, Linear & Nonlinear Schrödinger equations, Wigner transform and Wigner equations
Recent Publications:
- A. Athanassoulis, "Semiclassical regularization of Vlasov equations and wavepackets for nonlinear Schrödinger equations", Nonlinearity (2017) 31-3 (2018) pp. 1045-1072
- A. Athanassoulis, G. Athanassoulis & T. Sapsis, "Localized instabilities of the Wigner equation as a model for the emergence of Rogue Waves", Journal of Ocean Engineering and Marine Energy 3-4 (2017) pp. 353–372
- A. Athanassoulis, Th. Katsaounis & I. Kyza, "Regularized semiclassical limits: linear flows with infinite Lyapunov exponents", Communications in Mathematical Sciences, 14-7 (2016) pp. 1821-1858
- P. Antonelli, A. Athanassoulis, Z. Huang & P. Markowich, "Numerical simulations of X-rays Free Electron Lasers (XFEL)", Multiscale Modeling and Simulation (SIAM), 12-4 (2014) pp. 1607-1621
- P. Antonelli, A. Athanassoulis H. Hajaiej & P. Markowich, "On the XFEL Schrödinger equation: highly oscillatory magnetic potentials and time averaging", Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis, 211-3 (2014) pp. 711-732
Meetings:
- Scottish Numerical Methods 2018 I (January 30 2018, Strathclyde)
- Schrödinger equations: Asymptotics, Integrability and Beyond III (September 25 2017, Dundee)
- Schrödinger equations: Asymptotics, Integrability and Beyond II (May 15-16 2017, Loughborough)
- Schrödinger equations: Asymptotics, Integrability and Beyond I (March 28 2017, Bristol)
- Applied Analysis and Fast Computation in Phase Space II (November 25-27 2008, Vienna)
- Applied Analysis and Fast Computation in Phase Space I (September 2-5 2008, Vienna)
Teaching:
- Spring 2017/18: MA51005, Stochastic Processes
- Fall 2017/18: MA31002, Differential Equations
- Spring 2016/17: MA22001, Mathematics 2B