Teaching at NTUA School of Civil Engineering: Traffic Engineering, Road Safety, Traffic Management, Public Transport, Transportation and the Environment.
Supervision of 113 Diploma Theses, 18 PhDs and 9 PostDoctoral Researches. Participation at the supervision (38) and the examination (27) committee of PhDs.
Member of 86 Faculty Member Selection Committees at NTUA and worldwide and of 36 NTUA Academic Bodies and Committees.
Visiting Professor at University of Loughborough, at the Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées in Paris and at University of Hasselt, Belgium.
Supervision of Diploma Theses under preparation
|ad112||Asimina Korentzelou, “Investigation of preferences for environmental traffic charging in Greece”.|
|ad111||Foteini Bardi, “Microscopic analysis of critical accident risk factors in urban areas using driving simulator”.|
|ad110||Akrivi Varela, “Microscopic analysis of critical accident risk factors in urban areas using driving simulator”.|
|ad109||Sofia Akritidou, “Critical factors for the mobile phone use during driving using data from smartphones”.|
|ad108||Dimosthenis Tzoutzoulis, “Speeding critical factors using data from smartphones”.|
|ad107||Vasilis Maragoudakis, “Preferences towards e-scooters in Athens”.|
|ad106||Gregory Christodoulou, “Investigation of the impact of weather and lighting conditions on driver behaviour and safety in rural roads with the use of driving simulator”.|
|ad105||Giota Spanou, “Weather and lighting conditions impact on driver behaviour and safety in urban roads with the use of driving simulator”.|
|ad104||Nikos Giannaris, “Analysis of power two wheeler traffic and safety behaviour using smartphone sensors”.|
|ad103||Nandia Kokkali, “Correlation of declared and revealed driver behaviour using smartphone sensors”.|
|ad102||Nikos Papadopoulos, “Analysis of transportation indicators in Greek regions”.|
|ad101||Alexandros Kyratzis, “Investigation of the impact of advertising sings to driver behaviour and safety at the interurban network”.|
Supervision of PhD Theses
Supervision of PostDoctoral Research