Giorgos Stavrakakis - Professor

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Speciality: Production systems automation, Decision Analysis for process reengineering, systems safety and reliability analysis, real-time industrial processes fault monitoring and diagnosis, alternative sources of energy modeling and automation

Short CV: George S. Stavrakakis was born in Sitia, Crete-Greece in 1956. He received his first degree Diploma in Electrical Engineering from the N.T.U.A. (National Technical University of Athens), Athens, in 1980. His D.E.A. in Automatic Control and Systems Engineering was obtained from I.N.S.A., Toulouse, in 1981 and his Ph.D. in the same area was obtained from “Paul Sabatier-Toulouse III” University, Toulouse-France, in 1984. He has worked as a Research Fellow in the Robotics Laboratory of N.T.U.A. (1985-1988), and as a Visiting Scientist at the Institute for Systems Engineering and Informatics/Components Diagnostics & Reliability Sector of the Joint Research Center- EEC at Ispra, Italy (1989-1990). He was Vice President of the Hellenic Center for Renewable Energy Sources (CRES), Pikermi, Athens-Greece (2000-2002). He is currently a Full Professor at the Technical University of Crete, Chania, Greece. He has participated in thirty research projects financed by EC and GSRT and he was the prime contractor-coordinator of the eight among them.He speaks and writes very good English and French and good Italian

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Education: 

  • Ph.D. in Automatic Control and Systems Engineering from “Paul Sabatier-Toulouse III” University, Toulouse-France, in 1984
  • M.Sc.: in Automatic Control and Systems Engineering from I.N.S.A., Toulouse-France, 1981
  • B.S (Diploma): in Electrical Engineering from National Technical University of Athens (NTUA)-Greece, 1980

Research Areas: His research interests include industrial and space technology applications of control and estimation theory, production and power systems modeling and automation, robotics, Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic technology, Decision Analysis, process reengineering, systems safety and reliability analysis, real-time industrial processes fault monitoring and diagnosis, alternative sources of energy modeling and automation, building energy management systems. He is the author and co-author of about seventy full papers in international refereed journals and conferences, forty research reports, sixty papers in international conferences on abstract basis and three international publication and dissemination books on the above topics

Sector: Electronics and Computer Architecture Division

Laboratory: Electric Circuits and Renewable Energy Sources Laboratory

Courses: Basic circuits theory, Renewable Energy Sources, Advanced Courses in Optimal Control

Contact 

Phone:+30 28210 37205 
Fax: +30 28210 37542 
email: gstavr<at>elci.tuc.gr

Address

Office 145.A22.2
Technical University Of Crete
School of Electronic & Computer Engineering
University Campus
731 00, Chania
Hellas (Greece)

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