Konstantinos Spiliopoulos



Division of Applied Mathematics
Brown University
37 Manning Street. Providence, RI 02912

Office: 101.
Tel: (401) 863-3812.
e-mail: kspiliop_at_dam.brown.edu
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From July 2012, I will be joining the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Boston University as an Assistant Professor. My new and supported home page is here.


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I joined the faculty at the Division of Applied Math, Brown University as a Prager Assistant Professor in July 2009. Before moving to Providence, I spent five amazing years as a PhD student at the University of Maryland at College Park, advised by Professor Mark Freidlin. My undergraduate studies were in Applied Mathematics and Physics at the National Technical University of Athens in Greece (NTUA).


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The more I study, the more I know. The more I know, the more I forget. The more I forget, the less I know... So why I study?