Konstantinos Kovlakas, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
2014-2016 Physics Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece 
 2016- Physics University of Crete, Greece 
 2016-2019 Institute of Electronic Structure and Laser Foundation for Research and Technology, Hellas (FORTH) 
 2019-2020 Institute of Astronomy Foundation for Research and Technology, Hellas (FORTH) 
 2021- Department of Astronomy University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland 
Area:
Ultraluminous X-ray Sources; X-ray Binary Population Synthesis; Astrostatistics; Graph Theoretic Applications to Large Scale Structure of the Universe; Computational Physics
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Cross-listing: Astronomy Tree

Parents

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Manolis Plionis grad student 2015-2016 Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
 (Msc)
Andreas Zezas grad student 2016-2021 University of Crete, Greece
 (Populations of ultraluminous X-ray sources in nearby galaxies)
Anastasios Fragkos post-doc 2021-2022 University of Geneva (Astronomy Tree)
 (Binary Population Synthesis)

Collaborators

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Jeff J. Andrews collaborator
Paolo Bonfini collaborator
Paul H. Sell collaborator (Astronomy Tree)
Stephen J. Williams collaborator
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Kovlakas K, Zezas A, Andrews JJ, et al. (2020) A census of ultraluminous X-ray sources in the local Universe Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
Basu-Zych AR, Hornschemeier AE, Haberl F, et al. (2020) The Next Generation X-ray Galaxy Survey with eROSITA Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
Kouroumpatzakis K, Zezas A, Sell P, et al. (2020) Sub-galactic scaling relations between X-ray luminosity, star formation rate, and stellar mass Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 494: 5967-5984
Anastasopoulou K, Zezas A, Gkiokas V, et al. (2019) Do sub-galactic regions follow the galaxy-wide X-ray scaling relations? The example of NGC 3310 and NGC 2276 Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 483: 711-733
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