C.V. of

Dr. George Voyatzis


Address:          Department of Physics

(Bld. School of Sciences – Aristotle University)

                        GR 54124, Thessaloniki, Greece

Tel:                  +30-2310-998060

E-mail:             voyatzis@auth.gr ; vogiatzi@physics.auth.gr;

Home Page:    http://users.auth.gr/voyatzis

Date of birth:   1965




Organization : Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, GR  (AUTh)

Current Position : Associate Professor


Academic Qualifications :

- PhD in Physics (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, 1993)

- Diploma in Physics (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, 1987) 



Career History

2015-        : Associate professor  in  Physics Department, AUTh

2007-2015: Assistant professor in  Physics Department, AUTh (section of Astrophysics, Astronomy and Mechanics).

2000-2007: Lecturer in Physics Department, AUTh (section of Astrophysics, Astronomy and Mechanics).

1998-2000: Teacher of Informatics in High School Education.

1995-1998: Postdoctoral Researcher in the Department of Informatics (AUTh) – Digital image processing using chaos.


Course coordination/Teaching 

·         Supervisor of one PhD thesis, 7 Diploma Theses of MSc students of Computational Physics, 18 Diploma Theses of Bachelor students in Physics Department



 Research Experience:


Main Research topics:

          Celestial Mechanics (orbital dynamics of planets, satellites and small bodies),

          Computation of periodic orbits and orbital stability of celestial bodies.

          Methods for distinguishing between order and chaos,

          Applications of dynamical systems in Physics and Digital processes.


Research Grants / Principal Investigator

          2005 – 2007 “Computational Algorithms of high accuracy and applications in chaotic systems” (P.I.), Pythagoras II – Greek Ministry of Education

          2012 – 2013 “Dynamical mechanisms of planet injection and orphan planets”, AUTh Research Committee (P.I.).

          Current Project Involvement (as member) : 2012-2015, Mathematical Modeling of complex systems with applications to Biomedicine, Physics and the technology of Materials, THALIS research program (NSRF), P.I. A. Bountis, University of Patras, GR..


Research Publications:  ~65 papers in refereed journals and in Proceedings of international and local meetings.



Experience in Computations:

•   Programming in C++, MFC, OpenGL

•   Numerical simulations of dynamical systems

•   Graphic applications for educational purposes.