Konstantinos Bakalis


Konstantinos was born in Larissa, Greece in 1986. He holds a Degree in Civil Engineering from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (2010) and an MSc with merit in Earthquake Engineering with Disaster Management from the University College London (2011). Following the completion of his MSc studies, he worked as a Discipline Engineer for the oil & gas engineering consultancy DeepSea UK as part of their Subsea Structures group. In June 2013 he joined the Institute of Steel Structures at the National Technical University of Athens, where he obtained his PhD (2018). He then served as a Research Associate for the NTUA jointly with his post-doctoral research activities at the University of Thessaly. So far, his research is focused on the seismic risk assessment of industrial facility liquid storage tanks, using nonlinear analysis methods, as well as probabilistic concepts. He has also participated in several national and international research projects, funded by the EU Research Executive Agency, the EU Research Fund for Coal and Steel and the Hellenic General Secretariat for Research and Technology. He is currently a Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellow at Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) under the EuroTechPostdoc Programme, where he explores data-driven methods that can be used for the design and assessment of infrastructure assets under uncertainty.

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