My arXiv public author identifier is petridis_g_1.

I have a Google Scholar page.

A slightly longer account of my research can be found in the corresponding page.

The list of publications in reverse chronological order of completion.

13. New results on sum-product type growth over fields (with Brendan Murphy, Oliver Roche-Newton, Misha Rudnev and Ilya D. Shkredov), 2017. arxiv

12. Pinned algebraic distances determined by Cartesian products in $\mathbf{F}_p^2$ accepted in Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society, 2016. arXiv

11. Bounds on trilinear and quadrilinear exponential sums (with Igor Shparlinski) accepted in Journal d'Analyse Mathematique, 2016. arXiv

10. Products of differences in prime order finite fields, 2016. arXiv

9. A point-line incidence identity in finite fields, and applications (with Brendan Murphy) Moscow Journal of Combinatorics and Number Theory, volume 6, issue 1, pp. 64-95, 2016. Journal | arXiv

8. On the number of dot products determined by a large set and one of its translates in finite fields submitted, 2015. arXiv

7. Tiling sets and spectral sets over finite fields (REU project run together with Alex Iosevich and Jonathan Pakianathan) accepted in Journal of Functional Analysis | arXiv

6. The cardinality of sumsets: different summands (with Brendan Murphy and Eyvi Palsson) Acta Arithmetica, volume 167, issue 4, pp 375-395, 2015. Journal | arXiv

5. Matchings in random biregular bipartite graphs (with Guillem Perarnau) The Electronic Journal of Combinatorics, volume 20, issue 01, p60, 2013. Journal | arXiv

4. New proofs of Plünnecke-type estimates for product sets in groups Combinatorica, volume 32, issue 06, pp. 721-733, 2012. Journal | arXiv

3. The $L^1$-norm of exponential sums in $\mathbb{Z}^d$ Mathematical Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, volume 154, issue 03, pp. 381-392, 2013. Journal | arXiv

2. Upper bounds on the cardinality of higher sumsets Acta Arithmetica, volume 158, issue 04, pp. 299-319, 2013. Journal | arXiv

1. Plünnecke's inequality Combinatorics, Probability and Computing, volume 20, issue 06, pp. 921-938, 2011. Journal | arXiv


Expository articles in the proceedings of Mel Nathanson's legendary Combinatorial and Additive Number Theory yearly conference in Manhattan.

The Plünnecke-Ruzsa inequality: an overview, in: Combinatorial and Additive Number Theory (CANT 2011 and 2012), 229-241, 2014. Author's Copy | Proceedings

A second wave of expanders over finite fields (with Brendan Murphy) to appear in Combinatorial and Additive Number Theory (CANT 2015 and 2016), 2017. arxiv


Preprints that did not make it to print.

Collinear triples and quadruples for Cartesian products in $\mathbf{F}_p^2$ (absorbed in [13] above). arXiv