**Current Position:**

*Lowndean Professor of Astronomy and Geometry*, DPMMS, University of Cambridge

*Professor of Mathematics*, Department of Mathematics, Princeton University

**Born:** October 1976

**Nationality:** Greek 🇬🇷🇪🇺

**Professional history:**

- Lowndean Professor of Astronomy and Geometry, University of Cambridge, 2015–
- Thomas D. Jones Professor of Mathematical Physics, Princeton University, 2015–2016
- Professor of Mathematics, Princeton University, 2013–
- Professor of Mathematical Physics, University of Cambridge, 2011–2015
- Reader in Mathematical Physics, University of Cambridge, 2006–2011
- University Lecturer, University of Cambridge, 2004–2006
- C.L.E. Moore Instructor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2001–2004

**Education:**

- Princeton University, Mathematics, Ph.D., 2001 (thesis advisor: Demetrios Christodoulou)
- Harvard University, Mathematics, B.A., 1997
*summa cum laude*

**Honours, Prizes and Awards:**

- Fellow of the AMS 2016
- IAMP Early Career Award 2009
- Whitehead Prize 2009
- Bodossaki Prize 2008
- Adams Prize 2004

**Grants and Scholarships:**

- NSF grant DMS-1709270 2017–2020 (with I. Rodnianski)
- NSF grant DMS-1405291 2014–2017
- EPSRC Programme Grant (with A. Neves, P. Topping) 2013–2019
- ERC Starting Grant 2008–2013
- Clay Research Scholarship 2007
- EC Marie Curie International Grant 2005–2007
- NSF grant DMS-0302748 2003–2007

**Selected Invited Talks: **

- J. L. Synge Public Lecture, Trinity College Dublin, 2018
- Kempf Lectures, Johns Hopkins University, 2018
- Yamabe Lectures, Northwestern University, 2017
- Erwin Schrödinger Lecture, Vienna, 2017
- ICM, Mathematical Physics and PDE sections, Seoul, 2014
- Sixteenth Riviere-Fabes Symposium in Analysis and PDE, 2013
- Clay Research Conference, Harvard, 2011

**Editorial work: **

- Section Editor, Annales Henri Poincaré
- Editorial Board, Annals of PDEs
- Editorial Board, Classical and Quantum Gravity
- Series Editor, SpringerBriefs in Mathematical Physics

**Publications: ** See this link

**Ph.D. students: ** See this link