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Aristotelis Charalampakis

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  • Co-founder, Product Architect, Lead Programmer
  • Technologismiki
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Research interests

Plasticity; Plastic analysis of structures; Hysteresis; Bouc-Wen hysteretic model; Evolutionary computation; Genetic Algorithms (GA); Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO); Differential Evolution (DE); Computational Hydraulics

About

Aristotelis E. Charalampakis graduated from the 4th Lyceum of Ilion, Athens, in 1994 (grade: 19.1/20) and was admitted in the same year by the School of Civil Engineering at the National Technical University of Athens (N.T.U.A.) (rank: 22/150, 1st choice). He received the Degree in Civil Engineering (major field Structural Mechanics) in July, 1999 (grade: 8.28/10). He was subsequently admitted by the Greek Technical Chamber. During his 5th year of studies, he conducted his thesis entitled “Design, static and dynamic analysis of buildings made exclusively of concrete shear walls” at the Statics and Aseismic Research Laboratory of N.T.U.A., under the supervision of Prof. V. K. Koumousis (grade: 10/10). In 2000, he received the MSc degree in Concrete Structures from the Imperial College, University of London, UK, with distinction (rank: 1st). In partial fulfillment of his MSc degree, he conducted and submitted his thesis entitled “Short and long–term deformation and stressing of slender cylindrical concrete piers due to solar heating”, under the supervision of professor G. L. England, director of the post–graduate courses at the time. In the same year (2000) he received the Diploma of Imperial College (DIC), as well as J. R. Jenkins Prize for Structural Mechanics from the Imperial College. In 2001 he returned to Greece and completed his military service. In the following years, he worked as an engineer and computer programmer in various positions. During the period 2004–2009, he worked on his PhD entitled “Inelastic dynamic analysis of structures using Bouc–Wen hysteretic models” at the Statics and Aseismic Research Laboratory, Department of Structural Engineering, School of Civil Engineering, N.T.U.A.. His advisor was professor V. K. Koumousis. He defended his thesis successfully in April 2009, and subsequently received his PhD in July of the same year.

Co-authors (8)

Publications (5)

  • A new Hysteretic Nonlinear Energy Sink (HNES)

    • Tsiatas G
    • Charalampakis A
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  • Analytical solutions for the minimum weight design of trusses by cylindrical algebraic decomposition

    • Charalampakis A
    • Chatzigiannelis I
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  • Optimizing the natural frequencies of axially functionally graded beams and arches

    • Tsiatas G
    • Charalampakis A
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  • Analytical weight minimization of trusses using Cylindrical Algebraic Decomposition

    • Charalampakis A
    • Chatzigiannelis I
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  • Comparison of metaheuristic algorithms for size optimization of trusses

    • Charalampakis A
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Professional experience

Co-founder, Product Architect, Lead Programmer

Technologismiki

December 2002 - Present

Education history

PhD

School of Civil Engineering, NTUA

May 2004 - July 2009(5 years)

MSc, DIC

Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, University of London

September 1999 - June 2000(9 months)

Dipl. Eng.

School of Civil Engineering, NTUA

September 1994 - June 1999(5 years)