Department of Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering a
Cyprus University of Technology
Paul Christodoulides was born in Limassol, Cyprus. He studied Mathematics at the University of Bath, U.K. He continued his studies to obtain a M.S. degree in Applied Mathematics at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA and a Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics at the Université de Nice–Sophia Antipolis, France. He then worked as a Research Fellow at Monash University, Australia and as a Lecturer/Assistant Professor at Frederick Institute of Technology and the Higher Technical Institute, Cyprus, prior to joining CUT.
His research interests lie mainly in Fluid Dynamics, and in particular, in the study of nonlinear and dispersive waves, in the study of fluid impact on structures, in microfluidics, as well as in problems of energy and heat transfer and in applications of dynamical systems.
2015 Christodoulides P., Florides G.A., Davies E., Kalli K., Dias F., Microfluidics flow and heat transfer in microstructure fibers of circular and elliptical geometry (in Pissadakis S. & Selleri S., Optofluidics, Sensors and Actuators in Microstructured Optical Fibres), 3-27, Woodhead Publishing, Elsevier
2016 Coudounaris D.N., Leonidou L.C., Kvasova ). & Christodoulides P., Drivers and Outcomes of an Eco-Friendly Tourism Attitude and Behavior (in Thriving in a New World Economy), 215-223, Part of the series Developments in Marketing Science: Proceedings of the Academy of Marketing Science
2016 Samiee S., Leonidou L.C., Aykol B., Stöttinger B. & Christodoulides P., Fifty Years of Empirical Research on Country-of-Origin Effects on Consumer Behavior: A Meta-Analysis (in Rediscovering the Essentiality of Marketing), 505-510, Springer International Publishing