Dr Panagiotis Michalis – Marie Curie Research Fellow at UNIZAG

Dr Panagiotis Michalis has more than 10 years applied research and consultancy experience in the condition and performance assessment of civil infrastructure assets. He is currently a Marie-Curie Research Fellow at the University of Zagreb working at the BRIDGE SMS EU/FP7 project. Prior to this role, he held the position of Research and Knowledge Exchange Associate at the University of Strathclyde, working on the application of non-invasive geophysical methods to assess critical civil infrastructure. He holds a PhD in Structural Health Monitoring (University of Strathclyde) focused on the development of sensing techniques for real-time monitoring of hydro-hazards, an MSc in Geotechnics (Universities of Glasgow & Strathclyde) and a BEng (Hons) in Civil Engineering (ATEITH). Panagiotis expertise lies in the life-cycle assessment of transportation/energy/hydro-infrastructure using novel monitoring methods, with particular focus on the impact of shifting climate conditions on ageing infrastructure systems. During this period, he has been actively involved as a consultant in various infrastructure projects at international level.


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