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bio website users.ntua.gr/ge05032
location Athens, Greece
age 26
visits member for 2 years
seen Sep 12 at 7:39

I have just(October 2012) finished my undergraduate studies in Applied Physics(D.Sc., D.Eng.) at National Technical University of Athens(NTUA). My thesis was about the MicroMEGAS detector where I constructed, studied, simulated and analysed data. I have enrolled(October 2012) in a M.Sc. programm called Physics and Technological Applications (NTUA) and I hope to continue with a Ph.D.

My working experience includes 7 years student's tutoring(university,high school, primary school), 1 year of developing laser systems on behalf of the NTUA Laser Group, 1 year of detector studies on behalf of the NTUA High Energy Physics Group(HEP-NTUA) and a month working at CERN on behalf of the RD51 collaboration, in detector RnD.

My future plans include Ph.D studies in the USA or Europe in the field of experimental Physics(I should decide on which particular field), marrying my girlfriend and working in research.

Other interests include culinary, pastry, photography, basketball, cinema, completing tutorial in various fields and computing.

I am a not so experienced user of Mathematica but I mainly use it to compute integrals, plot functions, solve differential equations and simplify expressions.


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awarded  Yearling
May
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comment Making a calculation with high precision
Thank you very much for your answer!
May
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comment Making a calculation with high precision
Thank you very much for your answer! There is really usefull information in your answer! Thank's!
May
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accepted Making a calculation with high precision
May
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comment Making a calculation with high precision
@J.M.: he he he! It is a true number indeed! all I need is something in the format 1e-95 or something like that.
May
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comment Making a calculation with high precision
Thank you very much for your answer! If I remove the . I don't get an actual number. I just need better precision.
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asked Making a calculation with high precision
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awarded  Nice Question
Feb
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accepted Polar Plot of a two variable function
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comment Polar Plot of a two variable function
I believe the first plot should be fine!!! Thank you!
Feb
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comment Polar Plot of a two variable function
@belisarius: I've seen, but I would like to plot this two variable function in the most efficient way...and I am not sure on how to do it without polar plot...
Feb
22
comment Polar Plot of a two variable function
@VLC:Thank's for that! I didn't know it!!!
Feb
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asked Polar Plot of a two variable function
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accepted Angular Range in Polar Plot
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comment Angular Range in Polar Plot
Thank you very much for you answer! It is really working. Thank's a lot!
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asked Angular Range in Polar Plot
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comment Plot in cylindrical coordinates
Have you tried PolarPlot[]?