Mr Georgios Domazakis

Post:Research student (Mathematics)
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Born in Athens, Greece and raised in the island of Crete. He holds a BSc in Statistics from Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB) and a MSc in Applied Mathematics from National and Technical University of Athens (NTUA).

Currently, he is a PhD student in Mathematics at the School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences at University of Sussex, under guidance of Dr. Filippo Cagnetti,  working on Free Discontinuity problems and perimeter inequalities under symmetrisation.

 His research interests focus in the fields of Calculus of Variations, Geometric Measure Theory and PDEs.


PhD in Mathematics (2019-now), University of Sussex (UK)


MSc in Applied Mathematical Sciences (2019), National Technical University of Athens (Greece)

Thesis: "On metric theory of gradient flows and applications in Wasserstein spaces"

supervised by Prof. A.N. Yannacopoulos


BSc in Statistics (2017), Athens University of Economics and Business (Greece)