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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