Paris Giazitzidis

Date of birth: 29 - 07 - 1984
Place of birth: Ptolemaida - Kozani, Greece
Current address: Department of Physics University of Thessaloniki GR-54124 Thessaloniki, Greece
Telephone: +30 - 2310 - 998119
e-mail: pgiazi "at" auth "dot" gr


2003 - 2008 Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Physics Department Undergraduate Student in the Department of Physics of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Graduated with Grade: 7.19/10.
2008 - 2010 Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Physics Department Student at the Graduate Studies Program on Nanotechnologies & Nanosciences.Graduated with Grade: 8.56/10.  
2012 - Now Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Physics Department PhD Candidate. Subject: "Statistical Mechanics on Complex systems and Networks"  

  • Proficient user of Greek language (mother tongue)
  • Very good knowledge of English.
  • Basic knowledge of Dutch
  • Basic knowledge of Italian
Computer Knowledge
  • Experience in the usage of  the Unix/Linux and MS Windows /NT/2000/XP/vista/7/8 operating systems.
  • Use of most general commercial packages (word processing, spreadsheets, mathematics).
  • Extended programming experience in C++, C# and Mathematica.


Publications in Journals
  • (2). - 2014 - Charge separation in organic photovoltaic cells : P. Giazitzidis, P. Argyrakis, J. Bisquert, V. S. Vikhrenko : ORGANIC ELECTRONICS
  • (1). - 2013 - Generalized Achlioptas process for the delay of criticality in the percolation process : P. Giazitzidis and P. Argyrakis : PHYSICAL REVIEW E
Publications in Conferences
  • (1) 7th International Conference on Nanosciences & Nanotechnologies : P. Giazitzidis, N. Mpastas, K. Kosmidis and P. Argyrakis, July 2010. Ouranoupolis-Chalkidiki, Greece
    "Explosive Percolation as a Tool of Examining Discontinuous Phenomena in Nanotechnology"
  • (2) 3rd European PhD School on Mathematical modelling of Complex Systems : P. Giazitzidis and P. Argyrakis, July 2013. Heraklion, Greece
    "Going towards a 1st order percolation transition"
  • (3) International CONFERENCE on ADVANCED OPTOELECTRONICS and LASERS : P. Giazitzidis, P. Argyrakis, J. Bisquert, V. S. Vikhrenko, September 2013 Sudak, Crimea, Ukraine
    "Simulation of charge separation in organic photovoltaic cells"

Teaching Experience  

A.U.Th., Physics Department Teaching assistant in the laboratory's courses .

(c) Computational Physics Group A.U.Th.