Panagiota Preka-Papadema

University of Athens, Greece, Zografou, Greece 
"Panagiota Preka-Papadema"

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Constantine Emmanuel Alissandrakis grad student 1985 University of Athens
 (Microwave emission from loops of the lower solar corona)
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Kargiotis O, Preka-Papadema P, Papathanasopoulos P. (2017) Response to letter regarding article: "The possible effects of the solar and geomagnetic activity on multiple sclerosis". Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery. 153: 111-112
Papathanasopoulos P, Preka-Papadema P, Gkotsinas A, et al. (2016) The possible effects of the solar and geomagnetic activity on multiple sclerosis. Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery. 146: 82-9
Klein KL, Masson S, Bouratzis C, et al. (2014) The relativistic solar particle event of 2005 January 20: Origin of delayed particle acceleration Astronomy and Astrophysics. 572
Kouloumvakos A, Patsourakos S, Hillaris A, et al. (2014) CME Expansion as the Driver of Metric Type II Shock Emission as Revealed by Self-consistent Analysis of High-Cadence EUV Images and Radio Spectrograms Solar Physics. 289: 2123-2139
Bampasidis G, Coustenis A, Achterberg RK, et al. (2012) Thermal and chemical structure variations in Titan's stratosphere during the Cassini mission Astrophysical Journal. 760
Malandraki OE, Agueda N, Papaioannou A, et al. (2012) Scientific Analysis within SEPServer-New Perspectives in Solar Energetic Particle Research: The Case Study of the 13 July 2005 Event Solar Physics. 281: 333-352
Hillaris A, Malandraki O, Klein KL, et al. (2012) The 17 January 2005 complex solar radio event associated with interacting fast coronal mass ejections Energy Storage and Release Through the Solar Activity Cycle: Models Meet Radio Observations. 2147483647: 187-203
Hillaris A, Petousis V, Mitsakou E, et al. (2006) Solar flares with and without SOHO/LASCO coronal mass ejections and type II shocks Advances in Space Research. 38: 1007-1010
Karanikola I, Athanasiou M, Anagnostopoulos GC, et al. (2004) Quasi-periodic emissions (15- 80 min ) from the poles of Jupiter as a principal source of the large-scale high-latitude magnetopause boundary layer of energetic particle Planetary and Space Science. 52: 543-559
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