Theocharis Apostolatos

1998- University of Athens, Greece, Zografou, Greece 
"Theocharis Apostolatos"


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Kip S. Thorne grad student 1994 Caltech
 (Topics in general relativity: Naked singularities, and theoretical aspects of gravitational waves from merging compact binaries)


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George Pappas collaborator
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Pappas G, Apostolatos TA. (2014) Effectively universal behavior of rotating neutron stars in general relativity makes them even simpler than their Newtonian counterparts. Physical Review Letters. 112: 121101
Yagi K, Stein LC, Pappas G, et al. (2014) Why I-Love-Q: Explaining why universality emerges in compact objects Physical Review D - Particles, Fields, Gravitation and Cosmology. 90
Yagi K, Kyutoku K, Pappas G, et al. (2014) Effective no-hair relations for neutron stars and quark stars: Relativistic results Physical Review D. 89: 124013
Pappas G, Apostolatos TA. (2013) An all-purpose metric for the exterior of any kind of rotating neutron star Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 429: 3007-3024
Apostolatos TA, Pappas G, Chatziioannou K. (2013) A Newtonian problem as an insightful tool for the behavior of gravitational-wave sources Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 453: 012001
Glampedakis K, Apostolatos TA. (2013) The separable analogue of Kerr in Newtonian gravity Classical and Quantum Gravity. 30: 055006
Pappas G, Apostolatos TA. (2012) Revising the multipole moments of numerical spacetimes and its consequences. Physical Review Letters. 108: 231104
Lukes-Gerakopoulos G, Apostolatos TA, Contopoulos G. (2010) Observable signature of a background deviating from the Kerr metric Physical Review D. 81
Pappas G, Apostolatos TA. (2008) Faithful transformation of quasi-isotropic to Weyl–Papapetrou coordinates: a prerequisite to compare metrics Classical and Quantum Gravity. 25: 228002
Sotiriou TP, Apostolatos TA. (2005) Tracing the geometry around a massive, axisymmetric body to measure, through gravitational waves, its mass moments and electromagnetic moments Physical Review D. 71
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