Pitilakis Dimitrios

Assoc. Professor

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WebPage https://sites.google.com/view/dimitrispitilakis
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Phone 2310-994357
Fax 2310-994357
Office Central Building of School of Engineering, 3rd Floor
Contact Hours Tuesday 13:00-15:00, Wednesday 10:00-12:00
Academic Titles Diploma of Civil Engineering, AUTH, 2002, M.Sc. University of California, Berkeley, California, USA 2003, Ph.D. École Centrale Paris, France 2006
Research Interests Earthquake engineering, Geotechnical earthquake engineering, Dynamic soil-foundation-structure interaction, Experimental geotechnical earthquake engineering in small and large scale, Design and analysis of foundations, Dynamic response of monumental structures, Vulnerability and risk assessment of structures, infrastructures and networks.
Teaching

TG1100: Foundations, retaining walls and geotechnical structures
TG2500: Engineering seismology and earthquake engineering
TG3700: Geotechnical earthquake engineering
TG3800: Numerical methods in geotechnical engineering
TGY002: Natural hazards: Analysis and Management of Risk
GE1600: Applied informatics for civil engineering

ASTE01: Natural hazards and assessment of design loads to civil engineering structures
ASTE07: Design of foundations, retaining structures and geotechnical works against earthquakes and other natural hazards (floodings, landslides, wind loads)
ASTE08: Seismic Design of bridges, tunnels, and underground structures
ASTE11: Vulnerability and risk assessment of resilient structures
Y10 - PCRAM: Foundations of Historical Buildings. Pathology of Historical Constructions caused by Ground & Foundations. Methods & Techniques of Reinforcement

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