Andriana Martinou received a Diploma in Physics from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (NKUA) in 2009. In 2011 she received a Master’s Diploma on Physics and Technological Applications from the School of Applied Mathematical and Physical Sciences of the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA). She received a PhD Thesis in 2018 working in the group of D. Bonatsos at the INPP of NCSR Demokritos. Since then she works in INPP Demokritos in a Post-Doc position.
Theses and selected publications
“Dark and Bright Solitons in Bose-Einstein condensates”, Diploma Thesis, NKUA, 2009.
“Parafermionic behavior in Bose-Einstein condensates”, Master Thesis, NTUA, 2011.
“Nucleon-nucleon interaction in stable and unstable nuclei”, PhD Thesis, NTUA, 2018.
“Octupole deformation in light actinides within an analytic quadrupole octupole axially symmetric model with a Davidson potential”, Dennis Bonatsos, Andriana Martinou, N. Minkov, S. Karampagia, and D. Petrellis Phys. Rev. C 91, 054315 , 2015.
“Parameter-independent predictions for nuclear shapes and B(E2) transition rates in the proxy-SU(3) model”, A. Martinou, S. Peroulis, D. Bonatsos, I.E. Assimakis, S. Sarantopoulou, N. Minkov, R. B. Cakirli, R. F. Casten, K. Blaum, 26th Annual Symposium of the Hellenic Nuclear Physics Society, Anavyssos, 2017.
“Parameter free predictions within the proxy-SU(3) model”, A. Martinou, D. Bonatsos, I.E. Assimakis, N. Minkov, S. Sarantopoulou, , R. B. Cakirli, R. F. Casten, K. Blaum, Workshop on Shapes and Dynamics of Atomic Nuclei: Contemporary Aspects, Sofia, 2017.
“Nucleon numbers for nuclei with shape coexistence”, A. Martinou, Dennis Bonatsos, N. Minkov, T. Mertzimekis, I. E. Assimakis, S. Peroulis, S. Sarantopoulou, Advances in Nuclear Physics: Proceedings of the 27th Annual Symposium of the Hellenic Nuclear Physics Society, 2018.
“Highest weight SU(3) irreducible representations for nuclei with shape coexistence”, A. Martinou, Dennis Bonatsos, N. Minkov, I. E. Assimakis, S. Sarantopoulou, S. Peroulis, Nuclear Theory, Vol. 37, 2018.
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