Undergraduate Students/ Diploma Theses
The undergraduate programs at NTUA are 5-year programs. Diploma theses at NTUA are actually Master-level theses carried out in the final 5-th year of the undergraduate studies and it takes about 1 year for their completion.
Prof. Siettos has supervised 20 Diploma Theses in the field of Applied Mathematics and Physical Sciences with emphasis in Nonlinear Dynamics and Numerical Bifurcation Analysis, Modeling and Computational Analysis of Complex Systems with a wide range of applications.
Papaioannou Panagiotis, Modelling and Prediction of Foreign Exchange Rates using Nonlinear Dynamics Techniques and Social Microblogging Web Platforms, Diploma Thesis, 2013. Currently, Ph.D. student at NTUA.
Pashalidi Zoe, Modelling and Simulation of Wild-land Fires in Large-Scale Heterogeneous Landscapes with Cellular Automata, Diploma Thesis, 2011.Currently, Ph.D. student at the Rheinisches Institut für Umweltforschung an der Universität zu Köln, Germany.
Karalis Dimitris, Simulation, Bifurcation Analysis and Control of Fuel Cells Dynamics, Diploma Thesis, 2009. Then graduate student at Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y, USA.
Korda Alexandra, Computational Analysis of the Dynamics of Neuro-Biophysical Models on Complex Networks, Diploma Thesis, 2008. Currently, Ph.D student at NTUA.
Spyropoulos George, Modelling and Simulation of Frost-Protection Techniques using Computational Fluid Dynamics, Diploma Thesis, 2008.
Dr. Mylonas Dimitris, Computational Analysis of Epidemic Models: from the Atomistic Interactions to the Macroscopic Dynamics, Diploma Thesis, 2007. Then Ph.D. at NTUA, Greece. Currently, Post-Doc Medical School of Harvard.
Dr. Matzalis Dimitris, Optimization of Car Aerodynamics using Comsol/ Mutliphysics, Diploma Thesis, 2006-2007. Then Ph.D. at Cranfield University, UK.
Dr. Reppas Andreas, Modelling and Computational Analysis of Fire-Spread Dynamics using Cellular Automata, Diploma Thesis, 2007. Then, Ph.D student at NTUA (2007-2011). Then, Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik Computational Biology and Applied Algorithmics, Germany. Currently, TU Dresden.
Dr. Seih Al Basatena, Modelling and Computational Analysis of Virus Dynamics: from the Molecular Interactions to the Emergent Dynamics, Diploma Thesis, 2006. Then, graduate student in Applied Mathematics, Oxford University, UK (2006-2008). Then, Ph.D. at Imperial College, London, UK.