About E.T

I am a PSL fellow in astrophysics at LESIA laboratory in Paris Observatory . I use observational methods to carry out my research, which focuses on the physics of compact objects and radio transients.
In particular, I am interested in understanding the time-variable radio sky searching for explosions, collisions, and disruption events. I use deep radio surveys that will help us to constrain the rates and the physical mechanisms that drive these explosions and outflows. I primarly use radio telescopes such as MeerKAT, NenuFAR, VLA and KVN.
I got my degree in Physics (2008) from the Aristotle University Thessaloniki and subsequently, I pursued my PhD (2011) at the University of Cologne and Max-Planck Institute for
in a joined doctoral program, IMPRS of Astronomy and Astrophysics. Prior to my current position, I was a research associate in the Université Paris VII (Paris Diderot - Labex UnivEarthS) and CEA - Saclay (2017-2019), in Michigan State University, USA (2015-2017) and in Yonsei University, S. Korea (2012-2014). A brief CV can also be found here.