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Vasilis Kanakoudis is Full Professor at the Civil Engineering Dept./ University of Thessaly. His research interests include: Water Distribution Networks Management, Water Balance Assesment (Water Audit). Hydraulic Simulation and Optimization,Non-Revenue Water management (Pressure-PMAs/DMAs/Assets management). Water Pricing,Integrated Water Resources Management,Drinking Water Quality Modelling,Water Conservation,WFD 2000/60/EC implementation process progress auditing and evaluation (ex-ante, on-going, ex-post),Full Water Cost Analysis.His current research projects are: a) WATenERgy CYCLE (Interreg Balkan-Mediterranean 2014-20); b) Water Rescue (Interreg Greece-Bulgaria 2014-20); c) SaveSafeWater (Interreg Greece-Albania 2014-20); d) SunWater (Interreg Greece-Italy 2014-20).

Undergraduate Courses
Groundwater Hydraulics
Flows in Natural and Artificial Open Channels
Water Resources Systems


Graduate Courses


Office Hours
Monday 16:00-18:00
Tuesday 12:00-14:00

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Education
Civil Engineer, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Greece (1993)
Ph.D., Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Greece  (1998) 


Recent Publications
Kanakoudis V., H. Muhammetoglu, “Urban water pipe networks management towards NRW reduction: two case studies from Greece & Turkey”, CLEAN – Soil, Air, Water, 42(7):880-892, Willey2014.
Kanakoudis V.Tsitsifli S., “Using the Bimonthly WB of a Non-Fully Monitored Water Distribution Network with Seasonal Water Demand Peaks to define its Actual NRW Level: The case of Kos Town, Greece”, Urban Water, Taylor&Francis, 11(5):348-360, 2014.
Kanakoudis V., Tsitsifli S., “River basin management plans developed in Greece WFD 2000/60/ECguidelines”, Desalination & Water Treatment,Taylor&Francis2014.
Kanakoudis V. Papadopoulou A., “Allocating the cost of the CF produced along a supply chain, among the stakeholders involved”, Water & Climate Change, 5(4):556-568. IWAp, 2014.
Kanakoudis V., Gonelas K., “Accurate water demand spatial allocation for water networks modeling using a new approach”,Urban Water, Taylor&Francis, 2014