Dr Stergios Mitoulis
MEng, MSc, PhD, MICE, M-EAEE, FHEA
Dr Stergios Mitoulis graduated with a 5-year Diploma in Structural Engineering in 2002. He subsequently received an MSc in Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures in 2003 and PhD on Bridge Engineering in 2008 with distinction. He continued with a 2-year postdoctoral research fully funded by the Research Excellence Framework. He has authored a total of 19 journal papers and more than 40 conference papers and three book chapters on bridge engineering and isolation devices.
Dr Mitoulis has worked as a research assistant for funded research projects. In the framework of a three-year research project. Dr Mitoulis has worked with industrial partners to certify and design elastomeric products/isolators and to develop software for use of elastomeric bearings in bridges. The research projects were founded by the European commission, the Greek Government and Egnatia Highway SA. He worked as an adjunct Assistant Professor for 10 institutions and taught modules including bridge engineering, reinforced and prestressed concrete design, statics, strength of materials and earthquake engineering.
Dr Mitoulis is an EU Chartered Civil Engineer and he has gained design experience developing projects for reinforced concrete structures including new buildings, a pedestrian bridge, assessment, retrofitting and strengthening of R/C structures and bridges. He is a member of the UK’s Eurocode 8 Mirror Group for bridges, member of the European Association for Earthquake Engineering (EAEE), member of the International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering (IABSE) and fellow of the Higher Education Academy.