Short CV

Dr. Konstantinos Kepaptsoglou is  an Assistant Professor at the School of Rural and Surveying Engineering of the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA). He holds a diploma of Civil Engineering from the NTUA (1994-1999), a MSCE in Civil Engineering from Purdue University (1999-2000) and a Ph.D. in Transportation Engineering from the NTUA (2006-2009). From 2010 to 2012 he was appointed adjunct assistant professor at the Technological Educational Institute of Athens, while since 2007 he is a part-time professor at the academy of  the Hellenic Army Corps of Engineers (STEAMX). He has an over 15 year research and professional experience in the fields of transportation planning and operations, infrastructure management, highway design, public transportation, emergency response and operations research, having participated in over 20 R&D projects of a National and European level. Dr. Kepaptsoglou has undertaken or participated at 20 or more consultancies in the same period while he acted as a consultant of the Egnatia motorway authority  for the period 2004-2006 in the field of bridge management. His published work includes a book, 5 book chapters, 41 publications in peer-reviewed journals and over 80 publications in conference proceedings, with overall about 680 citations. He is also a reviewer in 20 journals and 4 international conferences. In 2011 he was awarded with the ASCE State—of-the-Art in Civil Engineering Award for the most outstanding paper which reviews and interprets state-of-the-art scientific and technical information and in 2012 with the outstanding reviewer award by the ASCE Journal of Infrastructure Systems. He speaks English (fluently) and French (average). He is a member of several societies and scientific committees including the American Society of Civil Engineers, the Technical Chamber of Greece, the Hellenic Institute of Transportation Engineers and the Transportation Research Board Committees of Maintenance Management and Bus Systems.