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Awards Of FORTH

Awards of FORTH

Awards of FORTH

"Vassilis Xanthopoulos - Stephanos Pnevmatikos" Award

"Vassilis Xanthopoulos - Stephanos Pnevmatikos" Award for Excellence in Academic Teaching is given every year by the Foundation for Research and Technology - Hellas (FORTH) starting in 1991. Vassilis Xanthopoulos and Stephanos Pnevmatikos, Professors at the University of Crete and members of FORTH, were murdered in the evening of November 27, 1990,...

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"Pichorides" Award

The Foundation for Research & Technology (FORTH) funds the "Pichorides" Distinguished Lectureship, a short term visiting position established in memory of the late Stylianos K. Pichorides, who was the driving force behind the progress of the Department of Mathematics of the University of Crete, until his early death in 1992. The Department of ...

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"Stratis V. Sotirchos" Memorial Lectureship

The Institute of Chemical Engineering Sciences of FORTH in Patras (www.iceht.forth.gr) organizes the "Stratis V. Sotirchos Lectureship" to honor the memory of one of its most distinguished Researchers, Professor Stratis V. Sotirchos. This Award is supported by the "Stratis V. Sotirchos Trust Fund" which has been created from donations by organizati...

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"Stephanos Pnevmatikos" International Award

"Stephanos Pnevmatikos" International Award for research in nonlinear phenomena in the fields of Nonlinear Physics, Mathematical Physics and Nonlinear Disordered Systems was given every two years by the Foundation for Research and Technology - Hellas (FORTH) in memory of the late Professor Stephanos Pnevmatikos, starting in 1992. The Department of ...

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"Vassilis Xanthopoulos" International Award

"Vassilis Xanthopoulos" International Award for research on Gravitational Physics was given every three years (during the General Relativity and Cosmology Society Conference) by FORTH, starting in 1991, in memory of the late Professor Vassilis Xanthopoulos. The Department of Physics of the University of Crete (UoC) was actively involved in the scie...

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