Department of Civil Engineering and Geomatics
Cyprus University of Technology
Thomas Dimopoulos is a PhD candidate in Real Estate at Cyprus University of Technology. His research is focusing οn valuation and property taxation. He has more than 10 years of experience in Cyprus and abroad. He has served the profession of property valuer from several positions; from associate of international firms to chief executive officer. He is member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, the Technical Chamber of Greece and the Technical and Scientific Chamber of Cyprus.
His research intrests are focusing on property taxation and mass appraisals with the use of geographical information systems and remote sensing.
Dimopoulos, Thomas & Bakas, Nikolaos & Hadjimitsis, Diofantos. (2016). Introducing neural network techniques on property mass appraisal. Case study of 3 500 appartments comparable evidence in nicosia. Fourth International Conference on Remote Sensing and Geoinformation of Environment (RSCY2016)
Dimopoulos, Thomas & Moulas, Alexandros. (2017). A Proposal of a Mass Appraisal System in Greece with CAMA System: Evaluating GWR and MRA techniques in Thessaloniki Municipality. Open Geosciences. 8.
Dimopoulos, Thomas. (2015). Theories and philosophy of property taxation. REVIEW OF DECENTRALISATION, LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT. 2015. 101.