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Mr. Emilios M. Comodromos serves on the Department of Civil Engineering since 1999, initially as Assistant Professor and since 2011 as a Full Professor. He is a civil engineer of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. with postgraduate studies (D.E.A.) at Ecole Centrale Paris and doctoral studies at AUTH. His research interests include the analysis and design of infrastructure projects, soil-structure interaction, the use of numerical methods to simulate and solve complex engineering problems as well as the optimization of constitutional laws for soil materials and soil-structure interfaces. He has been designer, consultant engineer and checker for project design including foundation, landslides, tunnels, bridges, retaining structures, soil or reinforced embankments and rock-fill dams. He is the author of more than 90 publications in international journals and conferences and the author of two books on Computational Geotechnical Engineering and the Design of Foundations.
Prof. Comodromos’s publications are cited in the following links:
Foundations and Retaining Structures
Tunnels and Underground Structures
Soil-Structures Interaction (graduate)
Wednesday, 12:00 - 14:00
Thirsday, 14:00 - 16:00
Civil Engineer A.U.Th Greece ( 1986 )
DEA Mechanics des Sols-Structures E.C Paris Paris ( 1987 )
Ph.D. A.U.Th Greece ( 1991 )Recent Publications
Comodromos E. M. and Bareka S.V. (2009) "Response evaluation of axially loaded fixed-head pile groups in clayey soils', International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics, Vol. 33, No. 17, pp. 1839-1865.
Comodromos E. M., Papadopoulou M.C. and Rentzeperis I.K. (2009) 'The effect of cracking on the response of pile test under horizontal loading', J Geotech Geoenv Engrg, ASCE, Vol. 135, No. 9, pp 1275-1284.
Comodromos E. M., Papadopoulou M.C. and Rentzeperis I.K. (2009) 'Pile foundation analysis and design using experimental data and 3-D numerical analysis', Computers & Geotechnics, Vol. 36, No. 5, pp 819-836. Outstanding paper award 2010-2015
Papadopoulou M.C., Comodromos E. M. (2010) 'On the response prediction of horizontally loaded fixed-head pile groups in sands', Computers & Geotechnics, Vol. 37, No. 7-8, pp 930-941.
Comodromos E.M. and Papadopoulou M.C. (2012) "Response evaluation of horizontally loaded pile groups in clayey soils", Geotechnique, Vol. 62, No. 4, pp 329-39
Comodromos EM and Papadopoulou MC (2013) "Explicit extension of the p-y method to pile groups in cohesive soils", Computers & Geotechnics, Vol. 47, pp 28-41.
Comodromos EM, Papadopoulou MC and Konstantinidis GK (2013) "Effects from diaphragm wall installation to surrounding soil and adjacent buildings", Computers & Geotechnics, Vol. 53, pp 106-121.
Papadopoulou MC and Comodromos EM (2014) "Explicit extension of the p-y method to pile groups in sandy soils", Acta Geotechnica, Vol. 9 (3), pp. 485-497.
Comodromos EM, Papadopoulou MC and Konstantinidis GK (2014) "Numerical assessment of subsidence and adjacent buildings movements induced by TBM-EPB tunneling", J Geotech Geoenv Engrg, ASCE Vol. 140, No. 11, paper no. 4014061.
Comodromos EM, Papadopoulou MC and Laloui L. (2016) "Contribution to the design methodologies of piled raft foundations under combined loadings", Canadian Geotechnical Journal. doi: 10.1139/cgj-2015-0251.
Zormpa TE, Comodromos EM (2018) "Numerical Evaluation of Pile Response Under Combined Lateral and Axial Loading", Geotechnical and Geologigal Engineering, Vol. 36 pp 793-811 doi: DOI 10.1007/s10706-017-0354-1.
Comodromos EM, Papadopoulou MC and Georgiadis K (2018) "Design procedure for the modelling of jet-grout column slabs supporting deep excavations", Computers & Geotechnics, Vol. 100, pp 110-120. doi.org/10.1016/j.compgeo.2018.04.008
Sheil BB, McCabe BA, Comodromos EM and Lehane BM (2019) "Pile groups under axial loading: an overview of simplified nonlinear prediction models", Geotechnique, Vol. 69, No. 7, pp. 565-579 DOI: 10.1680/jgeot.17.r.040.
Georgiadis K, Skordas D, Kamas I and Comodromos E (2019) "Heating and cooling induced stresses and displacements in heat exchanger piles in sand", Renewable Energy, DOI: 10.1016/j.renene.2018.11.078