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  • Emilios Comodromos +

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    Professor

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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.

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    Undergraduate Courses

    Foundations and Retaining Structures
    Tunnels and Underground Structures 
    Soil-Structures Interaction

    Graduate Courses

    Soil-Structures Interaction (graduate)


    Office Hours
    Wednesday, 12:00 - 14:00
    Thirsday, 14:00 - 16:00

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  • Panagiotis Dakoulas +

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    Professor

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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.

    Undergraduate Courses

    Soil Dynamics
    Soil Mechanics Ι
    Geotechnical Earth Structures


    Graduate Courses


    Office Hours
    Monday  14:00–16:00
    Wednesday 16:00-18:00


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  • George Efremidis +

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    Assistant Professor

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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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  • Nikos Eliou +

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    Professor

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     Dr Nikolaos Eliou is professor at the Department of Civil Engineering at University of Thessaly (city of Volos, Greece). He holds a diploma in civil engineering (1984) and a PhD (1990) from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Dr Eliou is a special advisor to Greece and Europe in road safety audits and design of road works and road safety issues in many administrative structures (municipalities, ministries etc). Dr Eliou is a qualified independent Road Safety Auditor (Safety Auditor) and monitors major national road projects. He has extensive experience in research projects as principal researcher in cooperation with Greek and European universities and institutes. He has significant qualification in urban and regional infrastructure planning and he has an extensive professional experience in highway design and study of transport engineering and development projects for municipalities and prefectures, in fields of traffic analysis and infrastructure modeling and management. He teaches highway engineering and infrastructure safety management. He is a member of several professional organizations and technical committees.

    Undergraduate Courses
    Highway Engineering I
    Highway Engineering ΙΙ 
    Special Topics in Highway Engineering


    Graduate Courses


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    Education
    Civil Engineer, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece (1984)
    Ph.D., Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece (1991)


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  • Theofanis Grammenos +

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    Assistant Professor

    Tel. : +3024210-7-4152
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    Theophanes Grammenos is an Assistant Professor of Applied Mathematics and Mathematical Physics at the Civil Engineering Department of the University of Thessaly. His research interests include general relativity and gravitation with an emphasis on the study of black holes and mathematical cosmology, analytical mechanics, continuum mechanics, tensor analysis and differential equations on curved higher-dimensional manifolds, differential geometry with an emphasis on Riemannian and Lorentzian geometry, and history of mathematical sciences. He has published over 40 articles in scientific journals and conference proceedings, he is the co-author of two textbooks on Linear Algebra and Fuzzy Mathematics, respectively, and has translated over 10 Mathematics textbooks.

    Undergraduate Courses

    Linear Algebra and Analytic Geometry
    Ordinary Differential Equations
    Partial Differential Equations


    Graduate Courses

    Fluid-Structure Interaction
    Thermal Behavior of Structural Materials


    Office Hours
    Monday, 13:00 – 15:00
    Tuesday, 13:00 – 14:00
    Thursday, 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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  • Vasilis Kanakoudis +

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    Professor

    Tel. : +3024210-7-4156
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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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  • Theodoros Karakasidis +

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    Professor

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    Theodore Karakasidis is a Professor at the Civil Engineering Department, University of Thessaly in Greece. His research interests include Computational Materials Modeling, CFD, Nanotechnology, Nano fluidics, Nanomaterials, biomaterials as well as data analytics, machine learning, econophysics. He has conducted research in many different aspects materials modeling using atomistic and coarse grained d methods and is actively working in the field of multiscale materials in the field of grain boundaries and surfaces, crack propagation modeling, as well in several aspects of nano-fluidics. Recently he is working in the modeling of water purification and desalination procedures using magnetic nanoparticles. He is also working in the field of dynamical systems modeling using advanced time series analysis methods and data analytics methods for system identification and event detection from multisensory measurement, especially in spatiotemporal phenomena like fluid motion, weather data, traffic analysis and prediction etc. He has published more than 100 articles in scientific journals and conference proceedings and participated in the organization of Scientific Conferences and Symposia in Greece and Abroad. He is actively involved either as a Principal Investigator or Senior researcher in research projects- funded by the European Union or national sources.

    Undergraduate Courses
    Physics I
    Physics II
    Numerical Analysis
    Academic Writing Skills


    Graduate Courses


    Office Hours
    Tuesday  12:00-14:00
    Thursday 13.00-15.00


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  • Vasiliki Katsardi +

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    Assistant Professor

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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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  • Evangelos Keramaris +

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    Assistant Professor

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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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  • Pantelis Kopelias +

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    Lecturer

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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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  • Lampros Koutas +

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    Assistant Professor

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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

     

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  • Chrysi Laspidou +

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    Professor

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    Chrysi Laspidou is a Professor at the Civil Engineering Department, University of Thessaly in Greece. Her research interests include resource Nexus and water informatics, mathematical modeling and simulation of physical-chemical and biological processes that take place in natural aquatic systems and other ecosystems, as well as urban water issues, resource depletion and sustainability, virtual water and water-carbon-ecological footprint. She has conducted research in many different aspects of water, from performing mathematical modeling of aquatic system processes to computational biology relevant to ecosystem function, to the socio-economic aspects of water use and water resource management. She is involved in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) projects that are mainly on innovative multisensors and/or biosensors, smart urban water management, smart cities and ICT for improving ecosystem function and quality. She has recently been appointed as a member of the Steering Committee of the Water-Energy-Food Nexus Knowledge Action Network at Future Earth. She has published over 60 articles in scientific journals and conference proceedings and is actively involved either as a Principal Investigator, or as a Coordinator in research projects funded by the European Commission, or national sources.

    Undergraduate Courses
    Chemistry for Engineers
    Water Treatment & Principles of Ecological Engineering
    Aquatic Chemistry and Water Treatment


    Graduate Courses

    Office Hours
    Wednesday: 14:00-16:00
    Friday: 14:00-16:00

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    Education
    Mechanical Engineering (B.Sc.) The University of Texas at Austin, USA (1992)
    Environmental Engineering (M.Sc.) The University of Texas at Austin, USA (1993)
    Civil and Environmental Engineering (Ph.D.) Northwestern University, USA (2003)

     
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  • Antonios Liakopoulos +

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    Professor

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    Dr. A. Liakopoulos is Professor at the University of Thessaly in Greece, and director of the Hydromechanics and Environmental Engineering Laboratory. Before joining University of Thessaly, Dr. Liakopoulos served as Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics at Lehigh University, in Pennsylvania, USA. His primary research interests are: transition to turbulence, nonlinear dynamics, modeling of complex environmental processes and applications of nano-science and nano-technology to environmental problems.
    Dr. Liakopoulos received his undergraduate degree at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, and his graduate degrees at the University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. After graduation, Dr. Liakopoulos joined System Dynamics (SDI) as a research engineer responsible for aerodynamic modeling, computational fluid dynamics, stochastic modeling, and computational aspects of simulations. He became SDI’s Computational Fluid Dynamics Group Leader and, in this capacity, he supervised projects on computational methods for high Reynolds number external and internal flows, numerical grid generation, vectorization of computer codes, and development of parallel processing algorithms. Since joining Lehigh University, he has conducted research on transitional flows, interfacial instabilities, Galerkin methods for computational fluid dynamics, and application of image processing to fluid dynamics. His research has been funded by NSF, NASA, AT&T, GSRT (Greece), Ministry of Education (Greece) and industrial consortia.
    Dr. Liakopoulos is the author of over hundred twenty technical publications and co-editor of a volume on the Stability of Convective Flows published by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. He is the author of two textbooks on Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics. He is the recipient of five awards from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Lehigh University, University of Florida, and the Hellenic Mathematical Society. Nineteen graduate students have graduated with Dr. Liakopoulos as their major professor. He currently advises three Ph.D. students. Dr. Liakopoulos is a reviewer for Physics of Fluids, the International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, the ASME Journal of Heat Transfer, the AIAA Journal, and the Journal of Fluids and Structures. He served in visiting positions at Brown University, Providence, RI, and at University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, in USA.

    Undergraduate Courses
    Fluid Mechanics
    Hydraulics
    Numerical Methods in Hydraulics and Hydraulic Works


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  • Euripidis Mistakidis +

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    Professor

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    Euripidis Mistakidis is professor of Structural Analysis at the Department of Civil Engineering of the University of Thessaly. His research interests cover a broad spectrum of structural analysis and design problems  (steel and composite structures, cementitious shells, strengthening of existing structures using innovative methodologies, analysis of structures under elevated temperatures, fire resistance of steel and composite structures, analysis design and dynamic response of offshore structures). He has authored or co-authored  62 papers in high impact scientific journals, 1 book and many papers in national and international conferences. Moreover, he is the editor or co-editor of 6 contributed volumes.
    Professor Mistakidis has also been involved in the structural design of a large number of projects in Greece and abroad (industrial facilities, energy production facilities, hotels, educational and research complexes, stadiums, etc).

    Undergraduate Courses
    Structural Analysis Ι
    Structural Analysis ΙΙ
    Modelling of Civil Engineering Structures

    Graduate Courses
    Analysis and Design of Shell Structures

    Office Hours
    Wednesday, 11:00 – 13:00
    Thursday, 11:00 – 13:00


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  • Nikitas Mylopoulos +

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    Professor

    Tel. : +3024210-7-4162
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    Undergraduate Courses
    Water Supply & Sewage Systems
    Land Reclamation Projects
    Water Resources Management

    Graduate Courses
    Risk and Reliability Analysis of HydroHazards

    Office Hours
    Tuesday 17:00 - 19:00
    Wednesday 16:00 - 18:00



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  • Eftihia Nathanail +

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    Associate Professor

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    Eftihia G. Nathanail is TTLog’s Director and Associate Professor in Transportation Systems Design and Evaluation, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Thessaly (www.ttlog.civ.uth.gr). She acts as  Dangerous Goods Expert to the Transport Group Inland Surface Transport, NATO, and as Committee Member of Hazardous Material Transportation (AT040) of TRB since 2009. She is the national representative of the European Initiatives COST-TU1004 (Modelling Public Transport Passenger Flows in the Era of Intelligent Transport Systems), and COST-TU1305 (Social networks and travel behavior”, European Cooperation in Science and Technology). She was member in the board of experts in ECOMOBILITY, ECOCITY, RESTRAIL and MIND-SETS. She served as national representative in the Support Framework Business program 2000-2006 and Foresight Technology, Greece and the European Thematic Network ROSEBUD. Her fields of research are transportation planning, transportation system design, intelligent transportation systems, behavioral modeling, intermodal transportation, logistics, multicriteria evaluation and optimization. She has participated in various European and National projects as scientific project manager. In her recent research, she assessed the impact of smart solutions on transportation, studied systems interconnecting long and short distance transportation for passengers and freight (CLOSER), analysed the effect of collaborative schemes and information distributed systems on urban and interurban networks (STRAIGHTSOL*, NOVELOG*), evaluated efficiency of urban public transportation interchanges on travelers and society (CITY-HUB*), coordinated the development and implementation of an educational curriculum for sustainable transport interchanges (ALLIANCE*). She has done extensive research on behavior modeling and road safety and she has led one National and five local traffic safety campaigns (CAST*).
    *: European funded research projects

    Undergraduate Courses
    Roadway Safety
    Transportation Planning
    Design and Evaluation of Transportation Systems

    Graduate Courses
    Freight Transport and Logistics 


    Office Hours

    Thursday 9:00-11:00 
    Friday 9:00-11:00


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  • Olympia Panagouli +

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     Associate Professor

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    Olympia Panagouli is an Associate Professor at the Civil Engineering Department, University of Thessaly in Greece. Her research interests include extension of classical Mechanics to take into account the fractal type structure, applications of principles and methods of classical and inequality Mechanics to the case of structures with fractal geometry, strength evaluation of cracked masonry structures, cracks in metallic structures, correlation of friction coefficient with the fractal dimension of interfaces, data compression by using fractal geometry, fractal evaluation of pavement skid resistance variations and the dynamic response of multidrum columns. She has published over 60 articles in scientific journals and conference proceedings.


    Undergraduate Courses

    Rigid Body Mechanics
    Structural Analysis ΙΙΙ 
    Elastoplastic Structural Analysis



    Graduate Courses

    Integrated Fire Design

    Office Hours

    Monday 16:00-18:00
    Tuesday 10:00-12:00


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  • Christos Papakonstantinou +

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    Assistant Professor

    Tel. : +3024210 7 4160
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    Christos G. Papakonstantinou is Assistant Professor of the Civil Engineering Department and director of the Concrete Technology and Reinforced Concrete Structures Laboratory. He has a Civil Engineering diploma from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, a MSc degree from the University of South Carolina, and a PhD from Rutgers University.
    His research interests include strengthening of reinforced concrete structures with composite materials, technology and performance of composite materials and reinforced concrete, and the use of recycling materials for the production of “green” concrete. Furthermore, he deals with the use of inorganic fireproof materials as matrix of composite materials. He is member of ACI and ASCE and he has worked as Assistant and Associate Professor at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth (2003-2009), and as faculty of the Higher Colleges of Technology in Abu Dhabi, UAE(2012-2015). He has published more than 40 research articles in peer reviewed magazines and international conferences and has served as principal investigator in NSF funded research projects.

     
    Undergraduate Courses
    Construction Materials

    Experimental Strength of Materials
    Reinforced Concrete Design III


    Graduate Courses
    Thermal Behavior of Building Materials

    Office Hours

    Tuesday      14:00 – 16:00 
    Wednesday 11:00 - 13:00

    Education
    Civil Engineer, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece (1995).
    M.Sc., University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, USA (2000).
    Ph.D., Civil Engineering (Structural Engineering); The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ, USA (2003).

    Publications

    Google Scholar  https://scholar.google.ca/citations?user=RBZUupcAAAAJ&hl=en

    ResearchGate https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Christos_Papakonstantinou

    Scopus  https://www.scopus.com/authid/detail.uri?authorId=57193642114


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  • Dimitrios Sofianopoulos +

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    Associate Professor

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    Dimitrios Sophianopoulos is a Professor of Structural Stability, Dynamics and Steel Structures at the Department of Civil Engineering, University of Thessaly, Volos, Greece. He is also the Director of the Laboratory of Strength of Materials and Micromechanics in the same Department, and the Head of the Structural Engineering Division. Prof. Sophianopoulos earned his Ph.D. in 1997 from the School of Civil Engineering of the National Technical University of Athens, Greece and his Bachelor in 1982 from the same Institution. He has published 45 papers in scholar journals and 67 refereed National and International Conference papers. With more than 400 citations in Scopus (h-index 8) and more than 650 in Google Scholar (h-index 10) Prof. Sophianopoulos is a member of the Editorial Board of 5 International Journals, and serves as a Reviewer in more than 15 high impact international Journals of his field. He is also a member of ASCE, AIAA, Structural Stability Research Council and ISCES. He has supervised two (2) completed PhDs (and 4 more in progress), and numerous Master and Bachelor Theses. His Teaching experience includes undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate courses both in his country and abroad, as a visiting Professor. For specific details concerning employment, teaching and academic achievements please see below.

    Undergraduate Courses
    Metal Structures Ι
    Metal Structures ΙΙ
    Metal Structures ΙΙΙ 
    Elastic Stability

     

    Graduate Courses


    Office Hours

    Monday   11:00-13:00
    Tuesday  12:00-14:00

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    During the Fall semester 2019-2020, Professor Sofianopoulos will be on sabbatical leave.

     
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  • Konstantinos Vogiatzis +

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    Professor

    Tel. : +3024210-7-4170
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    Dr. Konstantinos Vogiatzis is a Professor of the Department of Civil Engineering in the scientific object of "Transport Noise in Environmental and Spatial Planning". His research interests include planning, management and protection from urban environmental noise and air pollution from the construction and operation of transport networks with a focus on airborne noise, ground-borne noise and vibrations and fixed track transportation (Metro, Tram & High speed rail networks), air transports and intercity, exurban & suburban road transport systems in combination with their integrated environmental and spatial management. Prof. Dr. Vogiatzis is, among others, a Member of the European Noise Committee - National Representative (Regulatory Noise Committee & Noise Committee Experts) for the preparation of common methods of environmental noise assessment in Europe (Article 6-2 of Directive 2002/49/EK). He is Greece’s National Representative to the CNOSSOS-EU Technical Committee: Member of WG 1: Quality Framework for determining: (a) geographical exposure and risk assessment based on strategic noise mapping; (b) availability of and methods for collecting and checking input data; and (c) accuracy of overall assessment - WG2 Assessment component for Road Traffic Noise & WG 10: Harmonized strategy for assigning noise levels in buildings. He has published more than 300 articles in scientific journals and conferences and he is a Scientific Director and Coordinator in a number of research programs. He is the Founder and Head of the Laboratory of Transportation Environmental Acoustics (L.T.E.A). http://ltea.civ.uth.gr/


    Undergraduate Courses

    Environmental Techniques
    Environmental Impact Assessment for Transportation Projects
    Urban Transportation Systems


    Graduate Courses

    Interdepartmental Postgraduate Program «Project Management, Transport and Spatial Planning»
    Modern Techniques for Environmental Impact Assessment of Transport Projects in Urban and Semi-Urban Environment


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