Dr. Pericles Papadopoulos is a Professor (from 2019), in the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, School of Engineering, University of West Attica. He holds a Master of Science degree in Applied Mathematics (2002) from the School of Applied Mathematics and Physical Sciences of the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA): << Invariant Sets and Attractors- The sine-Gordon Equation >>, as well as a PhD in Applied Mathematics (2003) from the same school, entitled: <<Asymptotic Behavior and Stability Results for Quasi Linear Wave Equations of Kirchhoff Type on R^N >>. He worked as a post-doc researcher in Applied Mathematics under the financial support of the program PYTHAGORAS I. During the years 1999-2010 he worked in several Greek Universities and Technological Education Institutes.
From June 2010 until February 2014 he was an Assistant Professor in the General Department of Mathematics, (Division Mathematics) and in the Department of Electronics Engineering, in Piraeus University of Applied Sciences. From March 2015 until 2019 he was an Associate Professor in the Department of Electronics Engineering in University of West Attica.
His recent research interests include: Applied Mathematics, Partial (Nonlinear) Differential Equations with Applications in Physics (eg Kirchhoff Equations), Nonlinear Dynamic Systems, Elliptic and Parabolic Problems, Simulations and Systems Modeling. He has published several publications (> 35) in international journals with high impact factor, as well as presentations of scientific papers (20) in international and Greek conferences. He has been a member of undergraduate committees, as well as a reviewer of scientific papers in various international journals.