Emilios Theofanus Harlaftis
|2002-2005||National Observatory of Athens|
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Emilios T. Harlaftis (Greek: Αιμίλιος Χαρλαύτης; 29 March 1965, Kiato – 13 February 2005 Menalo) was an astrophysicist. Harlaftis obtained an undergraduate degree in physics at the University of Athens in 1987, and a Ph.D. degree at the University of Oxford in 1991. From 1991 to 1995 he worked as a support astronomer at the Isaac Newton Group of telescopes of the Royal Greenwich Observatory, placed at the Observatory of Roque de los Muchachos operated by the Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias at the island of La Palma. He then worked as a research assistant (1995–1997) at the University of St. Andrews and as a research fellow (1997–1998) at the Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics of the National Observatory of Athens. After a series of posts as a visiting scientist at the University of Sheffield, and the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (1999), and two years as a temporary Reader at the School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of St. Andrews (2001–2002) he returned to Greece where he was a tenured researcher at the Institute of Space Applications and Remote Sensing of the National Observatory of Athens. He acted as a principal investigator for the Aristarchos 2.3 m Telescope located at the Chelmos mountain, which colleagues suggested to name after him, following his death in an avalanche accident.
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|Van Oers P, Markoff S, Rahoui F, et al. (2010) Is the plateau state in GRS 1915+105 equivalent to canonical hard states? Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 409: 763-776|
|Martin AC, Charles PA, Callanan PJ, et al. (2008) The periodicities of AQL X‐1 in quiescence The Evolution of X‐Ray Binaries. 308: 127-130|
|Harlaftis E, Jones D, Charles P, et al. (2008) ING photometry and spectroscopy of the optical counterpart of the x‐ray transient GRO J0422+32 The Evolution of X‐Ray Binaries. 308: 91-94|
|Dhillon VS, Marsh TR, Stevenson MJ, et al. (2007) ULTRACAM: An ultrafast, triple-beam CCD camera for high-speed astrophysics Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 378: 825-840|
|Rodriguez-Gil P, Gansicke BT, Hagen HJ, et al. (2007) SW Sextantis stars: the dominant population of cataclysmic variables with orbital periods between 3 and 4 h Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 377: 1747-1762|
|Ribeiro T, Baptista R, Harlaftis ET, et al. (2007) A multicolor near-infrared study of the dwarf nova IP Pegasi Astronomy and Astrophysics. 474: 213-220|
|Hernández JIG, Rebolo R, Israelian G, et al. (2006) XTE J1118+480: A Metal-rich Black Hole Binary in the Galactic Halo The Astrophysical Journal. 644|
|Aungwerojwit A, Gänsicke BT, Rodríguez-Gil P, et al. (2006) Dwarf novae in the Hamburg quasar survey: rarer than expected Astronomy and Astrophysics. 455: 659-672|
|Giannakis O, Harlaftis ET, Niarchos PG, et al. (2006) Mapping of the Disc Structure of the Neutron Star X-ray Binary X1822-371 Astrophysics and Space Science. 304: 321-322|
|Papadimitriou C, Harlaftis E, Steeghs D. (2006) The Structure and the Partial Opacity of the Spiral Shocks on the Novalike Cataclysmic Variables Astrophysics and Space Science. 304: 315-316|