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Panos Psimoulis

Assistant Professor in Geospatial Engineering, Faculty of Engineering

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Biography

Dr Panos Psimoulis holds a Diploma (2004) in Civil Engineering, an MSc in Transportation, Construction Management and Spatial Planning (2005) and PhD (2009) in Civil Engineering from the University of Patras (Greece). During his PhD studies, he was Marie Curie Fellow at the IESSG of University of Nottingham. He was Teaching and Research Associate for the period 2010-2011 at the Dept. of Surveying of the Higher Technological Educational Institute of Athens. From July, 2011 and for two years he worked as post-doc research at the Geodesy and Geodynamics Lab of the Institute of Geodesy and Photogrammetry of ETH Zurich. Dr. Psimoulis appointed Lecturer at the University of Nottingham in 2013.

Dr. Psimoulis is a member of the Nottingham Geospatial Institute research group.

Research Summary

Panos' current research interests are focused on the structural health monitoring of civil engineer's structures using modern geodetic techniques, such as GNSS and Robotic Total Station (RTS), aiming… read more

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Current Research

Panos' current research interests are focused on the structural health monitoring of civil engineer's structures using modern geodetic techniques, such as GNSS and Robotic Total Station (RTS), aiming to the determination of the displacement characteristics (static and dynamic) and the estimation of the modal frequencies. His research also includes the topic of combination and fusion of geodetic data with other sensors records, such as accelerometers, inclinometers etc. for more accurate estimation of the displacement time series and the development of methodologies and algorithms for their efficient and reliable fusion. Finally, the last years, his research is broadened to the topic of the GNSS seismology and the application of GNSS technology for the monitoring of geohazards (earthquakes and volcanoes), the introduction of GNSS in Earthquake Early Warning systems and the its supplementary use with traditional seismological sensors (seismometers, strong-motion sensors, etc.).

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