By Alan H. Batten (auth.), Elias G. Mariolopoulos, Pericles S. Theocaris, L. N. Mavridis (eds.)
When we first approached a few colleagues allover the area to sound them a few quantity devoted to Professor John Xanthakis at the celebration of finishing twenty-five years of clinical actions as fellow of the nationwide Academy of Athens, any attainable doubts as to the feasibility of the undertaking have been fast dispelled by means of their hot and inspiring reaction. very quickly 50 authors from 15 nations, coming from quite a lot of Professor Xanthakis' speedy colleagues, students and neighbors joined to provide the 36 contributions integrated during this quantity. a few of those that the place initially approached discovered themselves un in a position to give a contribution, as a result of the time-limit unavoidably imposed. Happi ly, they have been merely few in quantity, and we should always prefer to checklist our grat itude to them for his or her reliable needs for the luck of the enterprise. Their hot phrases have been one of many assets of inspiring encouragement prolonged to us.
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