Dr Georgios Hadjidemetriou is a Postdoctoral Research Associate in Infrastructure Resilience and Asset Management at Cambridge University Engineering Department. He is a member of the Asset Management Group and of the Cambridge Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction. He has received a MEng in Civil Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens, an MSc, with distinction, in Project and Enterprise Management from University College London (UCL), and a PhD in Civil Engineering from the University of Cyprus, in collaboration with Georgia Institute of Technology and University of Cambridge.
Georgios has worked as a teaching assistant for civil engineering courses, as a researcher and consultant for research projects and as a supervisor of Masters students. He is currently working on the EU-funded research project “SAFEWAY - GIS-based infrastructure management system for optimised response to extreme events on terrestrial transport networks”. Georgios has, to date, authored more than 20 book chapters, conference and journal publications. He is a topic editor in Sustainability journal. He has won multiple awards and scholarships, including the “2020 IfM PostDoctoral Award for Research Excellence” and the “Marie Curie Scholarship - International Research Staff Exchange Scheme”.
Georgios’ research interests lie on: transport infrastructure management; transport planning; asset monitoring; machine learning; computer vision; predictive modelling; maintenance prioritisation; network criticality and vulnerability analysis.