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Naval Architect Marine Engineer


Seeking an entry level Naval Architect Marine Engineer position in the maritime or offshore industry.


Dept. of Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering, University of Michigan - Sept.2005-Dec.2008

Teaching Assistant

Courses: Reliability and Safety of Marine Systems (grad. level), Probability Theory & Statistics.

Performed teaching-related duties: grading homework and exams, tutoring, admin. course web pages.

American Association of Railroads-MIT Affiliated Lab, Cambridge, MA - Sept.2000-Feb.2002

Research Assistant

Investigated opportunities for improving the capacity and performance of port intermodal terminals.

Proposed solutions for automated terminals and modal shifts from truck to rail transportation.

Greek Navy - Sept.1997-Jul.1999

Petty Officer Second Class (PO2)

Specialty: 3rd engineer officer in the engine-room of a U.S.-built Knox class combat frigate (FF).

Supervised and maintained two marine boilers and one 35,000SHP Westinghouse steam turbine.

Ship Design Lab of NTUA, Athens, Greece - Jan.1997-Jul.1997

Researcher in a ship design project

Conducted a full design study of an ocean-going tug, supply vessel for offshore oilrigs.

Completed hydrostatic and stability calculations, ship lines plan, propulsion plant choice, strength calculations, general arrangement plan, production programming and feasibility study.

Center for Economic Research of Athens University of Economics & Business - Jan.1996-Dec.1996

Research Assistant in the project “Positioning and Diversification in Shipping.”

Surveyed and applied quantitative methods from the fields of Management Science and Operations Research for application to business investment decisions in shipping.


University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI - December 2008

PhD in Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering

Research areas: Ocean and Intermodal Transportation, Optimization and Probabilistic Methods.

PhD Dissertation title: “Estimating the External Costs of Short Sea Shipping with Fuzzy Logic”

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, MA - June 2002

Master of Science in Ocean Systems Management

Courses: Maritime Economics, Finance Theory, Law of the Sea, Logistics & Supply Chain Management.

MSc Thesis: “Improving the Performance of Marine Intermodal Terminals”

National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), Greece - September 1997

Diploma in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering

Broad curriculum in Hydrodynamics, Offshore Structures, Propulsion Systems, Ship Design.

Thesis: “Optimal Fleet Structure with Portfolio Analysis Theory”



ProModel simulation package, MATLAB, AUTOCAD, Offuce suite, UNIX and Windows operating systems.


Areas of expertise: Maritime economics, shipping management, transportation research and environmental economics.


Able to relocate globally.

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