Dimitrios Katsinis was born in Athens in 1986. He received his BS in Physics from University of Athens in 2009. He is currently a PHD candidate working on Entanglement Entropy and on aspects of the AdS/CFT correspondence, such as holographic Entanglement Entropy and integrability methods. He has authored five articles published in international scientific journals. His studies are supported by State Scholarship Foundation (IKY). He has attended numerous international schools:
Spring School on Superstring Theory and Related Topics, ICTP, Trieste, Mar 2019
Young Researchers Integrability School and Workshop: A modern primer for 2D CFT, Erwin Schrodinger International Institute for Mathematics and Physics, Vienna, Feb 2019
Laces 2018, Galileo Galilei institute for Theoretical Physics, Florence, Nov 2018
School on Supersymmetric Localization, Holography and Related Topics, ICTP, Trieste, Jul 2018
CERN Winter School on Supergravity, Strings, and Gauge Theory, CERN, Geneva, Feb 2016
Katsinis, I. Mitsoulas and G. Pastras, “Stability Analysis of Classical String Solutions and the Dressing Method”, arXiv: 1903.01412 [hep-th].
Katsinis, I. Mitsoulas and G. Pastras, “Salient Features of Dressed Elliptic String Solutions on R×S2”, arXiv: 1903.01408 [hep-th].
Katsinis, I. Mitsoulas and G. Pastras: “Dressed Elliptic String Solutions in R×S2 and Their Pohlmeyer Reduction”, EPJ-C 78, 668 (2018), arXiv1806.07730[hep-th].
Katsinis, I. Mitsoulas and G. Pastras: “Elliptic String Solutions in R×S2 and Their Pohlmeyer Reduction”, EPJ-C 78, 977 (2018), arXiv:1805.09301[hep-th].
Katsinis and G. Pastras: “An Inverse Mass Expansion for Entanglement Entropy in Free Massive Scalar Field Theory”, EPJ-C 78, 282 (2018), arXiv:1711.02618[hep-th].