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Louκas Dimitriou

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Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Cyprus University of Technology
Cyprus

Louκas Dimitriou

Biography

Dr. Loukas Dimitriou (from 2014) he is appointed Lecturer, in the Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus and Chair of Laboratory of Transportation Engineering. He holds a Diploma in Civil Engineering from National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) and a Ph.D. from Dept. of Transportation Planning and Engineering, NTUA. For the period 2011-2013 he was appointed Assistant Professor at King Saud University, School of Civil Engineering, Prince Mohamed bin Naif Chair for Traffic Safety Research, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. His academic and professional activities relates to the analysis of travel demand, the use of advanced methods and techniques for optimizing transportation systems' design and in developing frameworks for supporting decisions in his fields.

Research Interest

Transport Infrastructure Planning and Design - Traffic Engineering - Transportation Networks - Competitive Design - Demand Analysis and Forecasting - Intelligent Transport Systems - Transit Systems - Terminals - Highway Design - Pedestrian Systems - Traffic Safety & Security - Sustanability/Energy & Design - Pipeline Systems - Freight Systems and Logistics - Network Economics - Urban Mobility Methods/Technologies: - Optimization - Mathematical Simulation - Econometric Modeling - Computational Intelligence - Hyper-Networks - Algorithmic Game Theory - System Dynamics - Stochastic Modeling - Optimal and Distributed Control - Agent-Based Modeling - Behavioral Analysis - Predictive Analytics - Data Mining - Traffic Surveillance

Publications

  • Dimitriou, L., and E., Vlahogianni, “Fuzzy Modeling Approaches of Freeway Accident Duration with Rainfall and Traffic Flow Interactions”. Journal of Analytical Methods in Accident Research (to appear in 2015).

  • Dimitriou, L. and M. Abdel-Aty, “A Genetically Optimized Fuzzy Resource Allocation Model for Improving Road Safety in Interurban Highways Networks”. Journal of Sustainable Transportation (to appear in 2015).

  • Dimitriou, L., “Optimal Competitive Freight Network Design as Hierarchical Variational Inequalities Programming Problems”. Transportation Research Part-C, Emerging Technologies (doi:10.1016/j.trc.2015.03.043), 2015.

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