Anastasios I. Stamou
Professor at the Technical University of Athens (NTUA), School of Civil Engineering, in “Computational Methods in Environmental Fluid Mechanics and in the Design of Environmental Hydraulic Works”. Dr. Civil Engineer with studies at NTUA, Imperial College of Science and Technology and Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. Since 2012, he is Visiting Professor at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) having received a series of distinctions (e.g. TUM Agenda Lehre–Gastprofessuren, DAAD Gastdozenten - Programm, Honorary Fellow of TUM Institute for Advanced Study, August-Wilhelm Scheer Visiting Professor Excellence Initiative). He is Director of the Laboratory of Applied Hydraulics, Director of the Interdepartmental Master’s Programme “Water Resources Science and Technology”, member of the Leadership Team of the International Association for Hydro-Environment Engineering and Research (IAHR), member of the Hellenic Council for Public Works (Department of Studies) and member of many NTUA Committees. He has been Vice Dean at the School of Civil Engineering (2008-2013). He has 37-years teaching, research and technological experience in the development and application of integrated Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) models to water resources management problems, such as hydraulic works, water/wastewater treatment works, coastal works, environmental fluid dynamics, eco-hydraulics, and climate change effects. He was the project leader (PL) of 30 research projects, participated in another 20 projects and authored or co-authored more than 280 publications (citations=1709, h-index=19) and 300 technical reports. He has taught in many postgraduate programmes in Greece and abroad. He is member of international scientific organizations and reviewer of more than 35 journals, 40 conferences and many international research programmes. He has participated as consultant and/or project coordinator in more than 120 studies.