Antonios Mylonakis

Researcher at Chalmers, Physics, Subatomic and Plasma Physics

I joined Chalmers as a Postodoctoral reseacher in CORTEX project (Core monitoring techniques and experimental validation and demonstration). My research interests focus on the areas of computational nuclear reactor physics, modelling of stationary noise of nuclear reactors, multiphysics, Monte-Carlo methods for particle transport and computational physics/scientific computing in general.

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2019

NEUTRON NOISE SIMULATIONS IN A HETEROGENEOUS SYSTEM: A COMPARISON BETWEEN A DIFFUSION-BASED AND A DISCRETE ORDINATES SOLVER

Antonios Mylonakis, Huaiqian Yi, Paolo Vinai et al
Proceedings of M&C 2019, p. 439-448
Paper in proceedings
2019

TWO-LEVEL MULTIGRID PRECONDITIONING OF A NEUTRON NOISE DIFFUSION SOLVER

Antonios Mylonakis, Paolo Vinai, Christophe Demaziere
Proceedings of M&C 2019, p. 1208-1217
Paper in proceedings
2019

Numerical solution of two-energy-group neutron noise diffusion problems with fine spatial meshes

Antonios Mylonakis, Paolo Vinai, Christophe Demaziere
Annals of Nuclear Energy. Vol. In press
Journal article
2018

Towards a deep unified framework for nuclear reactor perturbation analysis

Fabio De Sousa Ribeiro, Francesco Calivá, Dionysios Chionis et al
2018 IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence (IEEE SSCI), p. 120-127
Paper in proceedings
2018

A deep learning approach to anomaly detection in nuclear reactors

Francesco Calivá, Fabio De Sousa Ribeiro, Antonios Mylonakis et al
Paper in proceedings

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