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Dr Sotirios Argyroudis
Lecturer in Infrastructure Engineering

Howell Building 236

Research area(s)

  • Resilience assessment of critical infrastructure subjected to multiple geohazards (e.g. floods, earthquakes, landslides)
  • Numerical modelling and fragility analysis of infrastructure assets under single and multiple hazards 
  • Risk and loss analysis of cities, networks and lifelines exposed to natural hazards and climate change effects
    More details on Infrastructure Risk and Resilience research can be found here

Research Interests

  • vulnerability and risk assessment of transport infrastructure (highways, railways, port and airport facilities) exposed to geohazards 
  • numerical modelling and analysis of infrastructure assets (bridges, tunnels, embankments, retaining walls, roads, railways, port facilities) considering soil-structure-ecosystem-interaction
  • resilience assessment of critical infrastructure under single and multiple hazards (climate change, flood/scour effects, earthquakes, landslides, tsunamis)
  • resilience enhancement for critical civil infrastructure using emerging technologies
  • systemic analysis and stress tests for critical infrastructure and networks considering interdependencies