|Bachelor||1988. Bachelor of Mathematics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Department of Mathematics, Greece.|
|PhD degree||1995. Doctoral thesis “Investigation of some ergodic systems appearing in the Metrical Number Theory”, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Department of Mathematics, Greece.|
|Professional and teaching experience||1995-2019. Teaching in Undergraduate Programs-Research Associate-TEI of Thessaly.
2002-2016, 2019-2020 (Winter Semester). Teaching in Undergraduate Programs-Adjunct Instructor-University of Thessaly.
2000-2002. Teaching in Undergraduate Programs-Collaborating Educational Staff- Greek Open University.
2/2014-6/2014, 10/2015-2/2016. Coordination and Teaching in Postgraduate Programs-University of Thessaly.
|Scientific / research interests||Probability Theory, Theory of Stochastic Processes, Stochastic-Markov Models, Cycle-Circuit Chains, Statistical Theory and Methodology, Measure-theoretic Probability Theory with emphasis on Mathematical Analysis, Metrical Number Theory, Ergodic Theory, Operator Theory with emphasis on Markovian operators.|
|Selected publications||Ch. Ganatsiou. “On a Gauss-Kuzmin-type problem for a generalized Gauss-Kuzmin operator”, International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences, vol. 2011, Article Id 514746, 8 pages, 2011.
Ch. Ganatsiou. “On cycle representations of random walks in fixed, random environments”, 58th World Statistics Congress of the International Statistical Institute, pp. 4628-4631, Dublin, Ireland, 21-26/8/2011.
Ch. Ganatsiou. “On the study of transience and recurrence of the Markov chain defined by directed weighted circuits associated with a random walk in fixed environment”, Journal of Probability and Statistics, vol. 2013, Article ID 424601, 5 pages, 2013.
Ch. Ganatsiou. “On cycle representations of discrete time birth-death processes”, 29th European Meeting of Statisticians, Budapest, Hungary, 20-25/7/2013.
Ch. Ganatsiou. “On the study of circuit chains associated with a random walk with jumps in fixed, random environments”, 7ECM-7th European Congress of Mathematics, Berlin, 18-22/7/2016.
|Courses taught during 2019-20||Mathematical Analysis|