Basilis C. Xanthopoulos

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1982-1990 Physics University of Crete, Greece 
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General Relativity, Gravitational Physics
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Papadopoulos DB, Xanthopoulos BC. (1995) Tomimatsu–Sato electrovacuum cosmic string solutions for δ=2 interacting with gravitational waves Journal of Mathematical Physics. 36: 4248-4262
Gal’tsov DV, Xanthopoulos BC. (1992) A generating technique for Einstein gravity conformally coupled to a scalar field with Higgs potential Journal of Mathematical Physics. 33: 273-277
Xanthopoulos BC, Dialynas TE. (1992) Einstein gravity coupled to a massless conformal scalar field in arbitrary space-time dimensions Journal of Mathematical Physics. 33: 1463-1471
Xanthopoulos BC, Zannias T. (1992) Kantowski–Sachs metrics with source: A conformally invariant scalar field Journal of Mathematical Physics. 33: 1420-1430
Xanthopoulos BC, Zannias T. (1992) Kantowski–Sachs metrics with source: A massless scalar field Journal of Mathematical Physics. 33: 1415-1419
Xanthopoulos BC, Zannias T. (1991) The uniqueness of the Bekenstein black hole Journal of Mathematical Physics. 32: 1875-1880
Xanthopoulos BC. (1991) Linear perturbations of plane polarized plane waves. II. The Einstein-Maxwell perturbations Journal of Mathematical Physics. 32: 1866-1874
Xanthopoulos BC, Zannias T. (1991) The gravity of three‐forms Journal of Mathematical Physics. 32: 2459-2467
Papadopoulos D, Xanthopoulos BC. (1990) Tomimatsu-Sato solutions describe cosmic strings interacting with gravitational waves. Physical Review. D, Particles and Fields. 41: 2512-2518
Ferrari V, Xanthopoulos BC. (1990) Can black holes support a gravitating massive scalar field? Physical Review D: Particles and Fields. 41: 3652-3661
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