Christos Samaras is a researcher and Ph.D. candidate at the Laboratory of Applied Thermodynamics. At 2007 he graduated from the department of Mechanical Engineering of Aristotle University and at 2010 he took his M.Sc. degree in Engineering from the School of Engineering of Cranfield University (UK).
His recent research work deals primarily with engine and vehicle emissions modelling and testing. The elaboration of emission inventories for cities and smaller regions, the processing of experimental data and the software development are some of his daily tasks. He is the author of 4 scientific publications and his Ph.D. subject is the “Development of a methodology and tool to evaluate the impact of ICT measures on road transport emissions”. He is involved in two large European projects (TRANSPHORM and ICT Emissions), as well as in other smaller ones.
Apart from the theoretical background he has more than three years of work experience in industrial and renewable energy projects. He has been quality manager at a large refinery project in Thessaloniki and he has elaborated several hydraulic, electrical and biomass studies as a freelancer.
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