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Dr Georgios Drosopoulos

Georgios Drosopoulos 
 
After completion of a post-doctoral research program in Leibniz University of Hannover and Technical University of Crete, Dr Drosopoulos was appointed as a Senior Lecturer in Civil Engineering at UKZN in 2016. He has published several articles in international journals, book chapters and conferences proceedings. He also serves as a reviewer in various scientific journals.

Dr Drosopoulos has supervised several undergraduate and post-graduate students. His research focuses on structural engineering and computational mechanics: contact mechanics, non-linear finite element analysis of masonry structures, multi-scale homogenization for the investigation of the microscopic level of composite materials, auxetic materials and homogenization, non-linear finite element analysis for steel structures under normal and elevated temperatures, etc.
     
Position:   Senior lecturer
Qualifications:   PhD in Structural Engineering
Diploma in Civil Engineering
     
Discipline:   Civil Engineering
Campus   Howard College
Telephone:   031 260 3047
Email:   drosopoulosG@ukzn.ac.za
     
Recent Publications:







  Conde B., Drosopoulos G.A., Stavroulakis G.E., Riveiro B., Stavroulaki M.E. (2016), ‘’Inverse analysis of masonry arch bridges for damaged condition investigation: Application on Kakodiki bridge’’, Engineering Structures 127, 388-401

Kaminakis N., Drosopoulos G.A., Stavroulakis G.E. (2015), “Design and Verification of Auxetic Microstructures Using Topology Optimization and Homogenization’’, Archive of Applied Mechanics 85, 1289-1306

Drosopoulos G.A., Wriggers P., Stavroulakis G.E. (2014), “A Multi-Scale Computational Method Including Contact for the Analysis of Damage in Composite Materials”, Computational Materials Science 95, 522–535
     
Website:   Structural Engineering & Computational Mechanics Group
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