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Lampros Koutas

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Assistant Professor

Phone: +30 24210 74179
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Website: contest.civ.uth.gr
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Lampros Koutas is an Assistant Professor at the Dept. of Civil Engineering of The University of Thessaly, and a member of the Concrete Technology and Reinforced Concrete Structures Lab at the same Department. He holds his current position since October 2018. His qualifications include a Diploma (MEng equivalent) in Civil Engineering (2008), an MSc in Seismic Design of Structures (2010) and a PhD in Civil Engineering (2015), from The University of Patras (Greece). In the past, he has worked as a Post-Doctoral Research Associate at the Dept. of Civil and Structural Engineering of The University of Sheffield (2016-1017), and at the Dept. of Civil Engineering of The University of Nottingham (2014-2016). He has extensively worked in projects related to the use of composite materials (such as FRP, TRM) in retrofitting existing structures, and has built an expertise in the use of textile-fibre composites in structural and earthquake engineering applications. He is a member of the fib Task Group 5.1 "FRP Reinforcement for Concrete Structures", and a former member of the EU-funded COST Action TU1207 "Next Generation Guidelines for Composite Reinforcements".

Undergraduate Courses:

Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures I
Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures II
Prestressed Concrete Structures
Assessment and Strengthening of Reinforced Concrete Structures


Office Hours:

Tuesday   14:00 – 16:00
Thursday 11:00 – 13:00

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Twitter: @LamprosKoutas

 

Announcements:

Antonios Giannakopoulos

Γιαννακόπουλος   

2001-2016

Elected Professor, School of Civil Engineering, National Technical University, Athens, Greece.

Panagiotis Tsopelas

tsopelas   

2007-2014

Elected Associate Professor, School of Applied Mathematics and Physical Science, National Technical University, Athens, Greece.

Michael Petrou

petrou   

2002-2004

Elected Professor, Department of Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineering, University of Cyprus.

Panagiotis Papanikolaou

papanikolaou   

2000-2009

Elected Assistant Professor, School of Civil Engineering, National Technical University, Athens, Greece.

Achilleas Papadimitriou

papadimitriou   

2007-2014

Elected Assistant Professor, School of Civil Engineering, National Technical University, Athens, Greece.

Marina Moretti

moretti   

2010-2015

Elected Assistant Professor, School of Architecture, National Technical University, Athens, Greece.

Pantelis Kopelias

kopelias   

Assistant Professor

Tel. : +3024210-7-4165
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Dr. Pantelis Kopelias is an Assistant Professor at School of Civil Engineering at University of Thessaly (city of Volos, Greece). He holds a Diploma in Civil Engineering (1997) and a PhD (2002) in Traffic Engineering from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He teaches Traffic Engineering, Road Operations and Traffic management, Pavement Design and Management and ITS and Traffic Management Applications. He has participated in several EU and Greek Research and Development projects and Traffic studies in the area of Traffic Management, Road Safety and ITS. He is author or co-author in 20 scientific publications in journals and over 60 conferences papers with referees. He is member of the Hellenic Institute of Transportation Engineers and also he is /was member of several organizations and scientific groups (TRB, IRF, IIAV). He has significant  - 20 years - professional experience as Civil and Traffic Engineer in areas of Traffic Operations, Traffic and Incident Management and Transportation studies.

Undergraduate Courses
Traffic Engineering
Road Operation and Traffic Management
Pavement Desigh and Construction

Graduate Courses

Office Hours
Monday  12:00-14:00
Wednesday 11:00-13:00


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Evangelos Keramaris

KERAMARIS   

Assistant Professor

Tel. : +3024210-7-4140
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Undergraduate Courses
Enviromental Fluid Mechanics
Experimental Hydraulics
Unsteady flows

Graduate Courses


Office Hours
Monday 14:00-16:00
Tuesday14:00-16:00


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Vasiliki Katsardi

ΚΑΤΣΑΡΔΗ

Assistant Professor

Tel. : +3024210-7-4167
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Assistant Professor Katsardi is a Civil Engineering graduate of DUTH (2001) and holds a master’s degree in Hydraulic Engineering form DUTH (2002). She completed her doctoral studies at Imperial College, London in 2007 in the field of Coastal and Ocean Engineering. She has been serving the University of Thessaly since 2012 and specializes in ocean and coastal engineering and the interaction of structures with the marine environment. She has collaborated with major companies of the oil and gas industry (Shell, BP, Statoil, Woodside, Total) and has participated or led research projects related to marine construction, offshore oil platforms and offshore wind energy. She has more than 30 publications in journals and international/national conferences related to the above subjects and has been teaching undergraduate and postgraduate courses at the University of Thessaly since 2012.

Undergraduate Courses

Coastal Engineering – Coastal Protection Works
Wave mechanics and Offshore Structures
Maritime Hydraulics and Harbour Engineering


Graduate Courses

Αλληλεπίδραση ρευστών-κατασκευών – Υπεράκτιες Κατασκευές

Office Hours

Thursday 13:00 - 14:00 
Friday  13:00 - 14:00




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Polyxeni Kallioglou

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Lecturer

Tel. : +3024210-7-4159
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Polyxeni Kallioglou is a Lecturer at the Department of Civil Engineering of University of Thessaly, and member of Geotechnical and Geoenviromental Engineering Division. She is engaged in the Experimental Methods of Soil Mechanics. Her other research interests are: Soil Mechanics and Soil Dynamics, Geotechnical Investigation, Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering, Dynamic Properties of Natural Soils, Mechanical Behaviour of Cemented Soils, Marly Soils, Organic Soils and Partially Saturated Soils, Soil Structure Effect on the Behaviour of Geomaterials and Soil Improvement Methods.

Undergraduate Courses
Soil Mechanics ΙΙ
Experimental Soil Mechanics
Special Topics of Soil Mechanics

Graduate Courses
Engineering & Marine Geology - Geotechnical Engineering


Office Hours
Wednesday 14:00 – 16:00
Thursday, 13:00 – 15:00

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George Efremidis

GE2015a   

Assistant Professor

Tel. : +3024210-7-4155
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George Efremidis is Assistant Professor in the Division of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering of the Civil Engineering Department with the subject "Rock Mechanics". His research interests include: Mechanical behavior of intact rock and rock masses (constitutive laws, gradient theories of elastoplasticity, scale / size effects, the effect of microstructure heterogeneity), geostatic stresses, underground constructions in rocks, stability of rock slopes, geological hazards. Mr. Efremidis teaches undergraduate courses: Geology for Engineers, Engineering Geology and Rock Mechanics, Deep Foundations and Retaining Diaphragms. He also teaches the postgraduate course: Engineering and Marine Geology ‐ Geotechnical Engineering. He has supervised 21 diploma theses and 6 postgraduate diploma theses and is an academic coordinator on 2 Erasmus + bilateral agreements with the Politecnico di Torino. He has published more than 30 articles in scientific journals and conferences.




Undergraduate Courses
Geology for Engineers
Engineering Geology and Rock Mechanics
Deep Foundations and Retaining Diaphragms

Graduate Courses
Engineering & Marine Geology - Geotechnical Engineering

Office Hours
Tuesday, 16:00-18:00
Wednesday, 14:00-16:00


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