Dr Demosthenes Kivotides

Senior Lecturer

Chemical and Process Engineering

Personal statement


Research Interests:

Classical & Statistical Physics; Chaos & Turbulence; Nonlinearity & Computation

Academic Curriculum Vitae:

[11] University of Strathclyde Glasgow, United Kingdom (EU): Senior Lecturer (2015-present); California Institute of Technology, California, USA: Visiting Faculty (2016, 2017); Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice (2017).

[10] Imperial College London, United Kingdom (EU): Research Fellow (2013-2015); Senior Lecturer  (2010-2013).

[09] University of California, Santa Barbara, California, USA: Research Associate Professor (2009-2010); Research Assistant Professor (2007-2009).

[08] Newcastle University, United Kingdom (EU): Senior Research Associate (2004-2007).

[07] Aalto University, Finland (EU): Research Fellow (2003-2004).

[06] California Institute of Technology, California, USA: Senior Research Associate (2001-2003).

[05] Newcastle University, United Kingdom (EU): Research Associate (1998-2001).

[04] University of Cambridge, United Kingdom (EU): Mathematical Tripos III (1998).

[03] Aachen University, Germany (EU): Ph.D. (1995).

[02] Stanford University, California, USA: M.Sc. (1989).

[01] Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece (EU): M.Eng. (1988).


A method for the computation of turbulent polymeric liquids including hydrodynamic interactions and chain entanglements
Kivotides Demosthenes
Physics Letters A Vol 381, pp. 629-635, (2017)
Interactions between normal-fluid and superfluid vortex rings in helium-4
Kivotides Demosthenes
EPL: A Letters Journal Exploring the Frontiers of Physics Vol 112, (2015)
Decay of finite temperature superfluid helium-4 turbulence
Kivotides Demosthenes
Journal of Low Temperature Physics Vol 181, pp. 68-76, (2015)
Energy spectra of finite temperature superfluid helium-4 turbulence
Kivotides Demosthenes
Physics of Fluids Vol 26, (2014)
Spreading of superfluid vorticity clouds in normal-fluid turbulence
Kivotides Demosthenes
Journal of Fluid Mechanics Vol 668, pp. 58-75, (2011)
Stretching of polymer chains by fluctuating flow fields
Kivotides Demosthenes, Wilkin S. Louise, Theofanous Theo G.
Physics Letters A Vol 375, pp. 48-52, (2010)

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