Demetris Koutsoyiannis

"Past and modern water problems: progress or regression?"

Demetris Koutsoyiannis received his diploma in Civil Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) in 1978 and his doctorate from NTUA in 1988. He is professor of Hydrology and Analysis of Hydrosystems at the Department of Water Resources and Environmental Engineering of NTUA (and former Head of the Department). He is also Co-Editor of Hydrological Sciences Journal and member of the editorial board of Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (and formerly of Journal of Hydrology and Water Resources Research). He teaches undergraduate and postgraduate courses in hydrometeorology, hydrology, hydraulics, hydraulic works, water resource systems, water resource management, and stochastic modelling. He is an experienced researcher in the areas of hydrological modelling, hydrological and climatic stochastics, analysis of hydrosystems, water resources engineering and management, hydroinformatics, and ancient hydraulic technologies. His record includes about 650 scientific and technological contributions, spanning from research articles to engineering studies, among which 96 publications in peer reviewed journals. He received the Henry Darcy Medal 2009 by the European Geosciences Union for his outstanding contributions to the study of hydrometeorological variability and to water resources management.


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