Savvas Chanlaridis obtained his BSc in Physics in 2016 from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece) where he majored in Nuclear & Elementary Particle Physics. He then moved to the University of Bonn (Germany) from where he was awarded a MSc in Astrophysics in 2019. His master thesis was titled "Non-accreting Helium Stars as Progenitors of Thermonuclear Supernovae" and was performed under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Norbert Langer and Dr. John Antoniadis at the Argelander-Institute of Astronomy.
Savvas Chanlaridis moved back to Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in 2020 as a guest researcher in the group of Prof. Dr. Nikolaos Stergioulas where he studied the effect of stellar wind on the evolution of low-mass helium stars. In 2021 he joined the Dept. of Physics of the University of Crete and the Institute of Astrophysics - FORTH as a PhD student in order to work on the understanding of the mass spectrum of neutron stars under the supervision of Dr. John Antoniadis.
Theoretical Stellar Astrophysics, Compact Objects, Pulsar Astronomy, Stellar Transients, Nuclear Astrophysics, EoS of nuclear matter