Charalampakis Aristotelis

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Adjunct Faculty

Civil Engng, MSc, PhD

Dr. Aristotelis E. Charalampakis holds a Diploma degree in Civil Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens (1999), a M.Sc. degree in Civil Engineering from the Imperial College of Science and Technology of London (2000, MSc/DIC in “Concrete structures” with distinction), as well as the Ronald Stewart Jenkins Memorial Prize “for excellence in structural mechanics” (2000). During the period 2004–2009, he completed his PhD entitled “Inelastic dynamic analysis of structures using Bouc–Wen hysteretic models” at the N.T.U.A. under the supervision of professor V. K. Koumousis. He teaches in public and private universities, both in Greece and abroad, since 2010.

His scientific interests include: Dynamic analysis and seismic design of structures; Applications of Machine Learning in Civil Engineering; Hysteretic models (response, dissipated energy, system identification); Optimization. He has authored or co-authored more than 40 scientific publications (26 in international peer reviewed journals),  and refereed for over 20 international journals. His work has attracted over 800 citations (Google Scholar). He has participated in 3 funded research projects. He is a review editor in the following international scientific journals: Frontiers in Built Environment: Earthquake Engineering and Frontiers in Built Environment: Computational Methods in Structural Engineering.

Dr. Charalampakis is a member of the following professional and scientific associations: Greek Technical Chamber, the Association of Greek Civil Engineers, the Hellenic Society for Theoretical & Applied Mechanics (HSTAM), the Hellenic Association for Earthquake Engineering (HAEE).

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