University College London
Filippos Vallianatos is a Professor of physics from Geophysics-Solid Earth Physics, Technology Educational Institute of CRETE, School of Natural Resources & Environment, Department of Geoenvironment, Laboratory of Geophysics & Seismology & Senior Research Fellow in Geophysics. He received his degree in Physics. With Honours, from University of Athens, Physics Department from 1981-1985. He has done his PhD in Geophysics-Solid Earth Physics (University of Athens, Physics Department). The title of his PhD thesis is: Magnetotelluric investigation of the electrical conductivity in the areas of Thiva and Ioannina (Greece).1985-1989. He has done his Postdoctoral research at Department of Solid Earth Physics, University of Uppsala from 1989-1990. He collaborated with the Dept. of Seismology of the University of Uppsala for the installation of seismological and magnetotelluric stations at various sites in Greece (1986).
Telluric & electromagnetic earthquake precursors, Electromagnetic wane propagation in geostructures with stochastic or fractal properties, Conductivity structure of the Earth using Electromagnetic waves, Thermodynamics of the Earth Interior, Seismic Hazard and Environmental Seismology, Non linear dynamics in seismology and geophysics, Environmental Geophysics and GeoHazards.