Dr. Kidonakis is a professor of Physics in the Department of Physics at Kennesaw State University. He was the recipient of the KSU Foundation Distinguished Scholarship Award in 2008, the KSU Foundation Distinguished Research and Creative Activity Award in 2014, the 2006, 2008, 2012, and 2014 Foundation Prizes, the 2016 Outstanding Research Award, and the 2020 University Distinguished Professor Award. The transcript covers the contents of three interviews Nikolaos has provided the KSU Oral History Project. The third interview with Nikolaos Kidonakis, the first of which was filmed, starts off discussing the conclusion of his dissertation, QCD resummation and heavy quark cross sections. He also discusses what moved him to go into theoretical physics, why he moved and stayed at KSU, his grant work, student mentorships, work with post-doctorates, and the results of the grants he has been working on.
Interview with Nikolaos Kidonakis, 2022-05-05, Kennesaw State University oral history series, Kennesaw State University Oral History Project, 1973- , KSU/45/05/001, Kennesaw State University Archives.
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