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Dr. P. Dakoulas is Professor and Director of Soil Mechanics Laboratory. Between 1987-2000 he taught at Rice University (USA). His research focuses on Soil Dynamics, including the seismic behavior of dams and port facilities, cyclic behavior and liquefaction of soils, constitutive models, behavior of underground steel pipelines, advanced numerical analysis. He served as chair of the Earthquake Engineering & Soil Dynamics Committee of ASCE (1992-2000) and as member of the Editorial Board of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering. He received the Prakash Award (1995) and Hsieh Award from the Institution of Civil Engineers UK (2009). He has published numerous articles in international journals and conferences. He participated in several research projects and served as consultant on projects related to earth dams, bridges, gas pipeline systems, etc.
Soil Mechanics Ι
Geotechnical Earth Structures
Civil Engineer, National Technical University of Athens, Greece (1980)
M.Sc., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, ΝΥ, ΗΠΑ (1982)
Ph.D., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, ΝΥ, ΗΠΑ (1985)
Vazouras, P., Dakoulas, P., and Karamanos, S. A. (2014) “Soil–Structure Interaction Effects of Steel Pipelines Crossing Active Seismic Faults”, Journal of Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, (in press).
Vazouras, P., Karamanos, S. A., and Dakoulas, P., (2012) “Mechanical Behavior of Buried Steel Pipes Crossing Active Strike-Slip Faults”, Journal of Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, 41, 164-180.
Dakoulas, P. (2011), “Nonlinear seismic response of tall concrete faced rockfill dams in narrow canyons” Journal of Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, 34, 11-24.
Dakoulas, P. (2011), “Longitudinal vibrations of tall concrete faced rockfill dams in narrow canyons”, Journal of Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, 41, 44-58.
Dakoulas, P. and Gazetas, G. (2008), “Insight into Dynamic Earth and Water Pressures against Caisson Quay Walls”, Geotechnique, ICE, 58(2), 95-111. (Received the Hsieh Award 2009, Institution of Civil Engineers, UK)