e-home of Nikos Hatzizisis

Ph.D. candidate in math & applied math @ UoC

Hi there! This is my website. Here you’ll find some info about me and my work.

A few words about me…

I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics at the university of Crete in Heraklion under the supervision of Prof. Spyridon Kamvissis.

My research interests lie in the field of mathematical physics; the interactions between physics and mathematics.

In my spare time, I like listening to music (mostly jazz & classical but I do have a soft spot for rock, country and folk as well), playing the saxophone, watching movies and theatrical plays, reading and hiking.

Here on the left, you see me in “Skepasmeno falls”; a breathtaking place hidden in a small gorge located close to my hometown of Velventos in the northern part of Greece.

More info

A short CV

Here, is my CV.

Research Interests

As I mentioned before, I am a huge fan of the scientific area lying in the midst of mathematics and physics. The fact that fascinates me the most is trying to get a grasp on problems arising in areas like QM, GR, wave propagation, etc. using mathematical tools like ODE & PDE theories, functional, real and complex analysis, differential geometry, topology and even algebra.

Currently working on…

Project 1: A WKB problem for the Zakharov-Shabat system with analytic potential and fast phase.

Project 2: The Ernst equation for gravitational waves: singularities and the BKL conjecture.

Finished Projects

⦁ Semiclassical WKB problem for the non-self-adjoint Dirac operator with a decaying potential (with Spyridon Kamvissis) [on Journal of Mathematical Physics, 62(3), p.033510, 2021 or on arXiv].

⦁ Asymptotic analysis of a Dirac operator having a real potential with multiple humps (with Spyridon Kamvissis)[on arXiv].

⦁ Soliton resolution for a lattice (with Spyridon Kamvissis) [on arXiv].


Il libro della natura é scritto in lingua matematica.

Galileo Galilei

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