/Dr. Georgios Apostolakis
Dr. Georgios Apostolakis 2018-02-09T17:44:56+00:00
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Dr. Georgios Apostolakis

Assistant-Professor

Room: 439 Engineering 1
Phone: (407) 823-1311
E-mail: Georgios.Apostolakis@ucf.edu

TEACHING

Reinforced Concrete Structures

EDUCATION

Doctorate in Civil Engineering,
State University of New York at Buffalo, August 2010

Master of Science in Civil Engineering,
State University of New York at Buffalo, August 2006

Diploma in Civil Engineering,
University of Patras, Patra, Greece, June 2004

RESEARCH AREAS OF SPECIALTY

Computational Mechanics
Thermodynamics
Mixed Variational Principles for Dynamic Response
Evolutionary Structural Optimization
Offshore Structures
Earthquake Engineering
Structural Dynamics

JOURNAL PAPERS

  1. Apostolakis G, Dargush GF (2017) Mixed Lagrangian Formalism for Temperature-Dependent Dynamic Thermoplasticity, ASCE Journal of Engineering Mechanics, 143(9), 04017094-1:10.
  2. Dargush GF, Apostolakis G, Darrall BT, Kim J (2016) Mixed Convolved Action Variational Principles in Heat Diffusion, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 100, 790-799.
  3. Dargush GF, Darrall BT, Kim J, Apostolakis G (2015) Mixed Convolved Action Principles in Linear Continuum Dynamics, Acta Mechanica, 226(12), 4111-4137.
  4. Apostolakis G, Dargush GF, Filiatrault A (2014) Computational Framework for Automated Seismic Design of Steel Frames with Self-Centering Connections, ASCE Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering, 28(2), 170-181.
  5. Apostolakis G, Dargush GF (2013a) Variational Methods in Irreversible Thermoelasticity: Theoretical Developments and Minimum Principles for the Discrete Form, Acta Mechanica, 224(9), 2065-2088.
  6. Apostolakis G, Dargush GF (2013b) Mixed Variational Principles for Dynamic Response of Thermoelastic and Poroelastic Continua, International Journal of Solids and Structures, 50(5), 642-650.
  7. Apostolakis G, Dargush GF (2012) Mixed Lagrangian Formulation for Linear Thermoelastic Response of Structures, ASCE Journal of Engineering Mechanics, 138(5), 508-518.
  8. Apostolakis G, Dargush GF (2010) Optimal Seismic Design Of Moment-Resisting Steel Frames with Hysteretic Passive Devices, Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics, 39, 355-376.
  9. Sivaselvan MV, Lavan O, Dargush GF, Kurino H, Hyodo Y, Fukuda R, Sato K, Apostolakis G, Reinhorn AM (2009) Numerical Collapse simulation of large-scale structural systems using an optimization-based algorithm, Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics, 38, 655-677.

BOOKS & BOOK CHAPTERS

  1. Apostolakis G, et al. (2013) Analysis of Collapse of Irregular Tall Structures using Mixed Lagrangian Formulation, Book Chapter in Seismic Behavior and Design of Irregular and Complex Civil Structures, Springer Verlag, ISBN 978-94-007-5376-1.

CONFERENCES & PROCEEDINGS

  1. Apostolakis G, Dargush GF (2012) Optimal Design of Three-Dimensional Structures with Hysteretic Braces, 15th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering (WCEE), 24-28 September, Lisbon, Portugal.
  2. Apostolakis G, Reinhorn AM, Dargush GF, Lavan O, Mettupalayan S (2011) Analysis of Collapse of Irregular Tall Structures using Mixed Lagrangian Formulation, Sixth European Workshop on Irregular and Complex Structures 6EWICS, 12-13 September, Haifa, Israel.

TECHNICAL REPORTS

  1. Apostolakis G (2010) A Lagrangian Approach for Thermomechanics Towards Damage and Deterioration of Structures, D. Dissertation, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, Buffalo, NY.
  2. Sivaselvan M, et al. (2010) Phase VII: Collapse Analysis of Structures, Final Report Kajima-CUREE Joint Research Program.
  3. Constantinou MC, Whittaker AS, Fenz DM, Apostolakis G (2007) Seismic Isolation of Bridges, Technical Report submitted to the State of California Department of Transportation.
  4. Apostolakis G (2006) Evolutionary Aseismic Design of Self-Centering Post-Tensioned Energy Dissipating Steel Frames, Sc. Thesis, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, Buffalo, NY.
  5. Apostolakis G (2004) Alternative Characterization of the Seismic Response of Inelastic Structures, Diploma Thesis, University of Patras, Greece.

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