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Constantine Memos, Professor of Maritime Hydraulics and Port Engineering at the School of Civil Engineering of the National Technical University of Athens (N.T.U.A.), Greece, has been involved in a variety of port and harbour engineering projects since 1980. At the academic level he has been teaching design of port structures, maritime hydraulics, and port planning for more than 25 years at the School of Civil Engineering of the N.T.U.A. His research interests include conventional and probabilistic water wave mechanics, port structures behaviour under seismic action, etc. He has led an array of basic and applied research projects on these and related topics. He has published over 90 articles on subjects of maritime hydraulics, coastal and port engineering and planning. He holds an MΕng degree of Civil Engineering (N.T.U.A., 1969), a Maths Diploma (University of Patras, 1972), a DIC and a PhD in Maritime Hydraulics (Imperial College, 1977). He is an ASCE Fellow and a member of PIANC, IAHR and The New York Academy of Sciences. He received an Unwin Prize of Imperial College, London, an Empirikion Prize for scientific achievements in technological sciences, Athens, and a David Hislop Award from the Institution of Civil Engineers, London.


Constantine D. Memos

Department of Water Resources, Hydraulic and Maritime Engineering
School of Civil Engineering
National Technical University of Athens
5, Heroon Polytechneiou
157 80 Zografos



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