My research interests include the use of spatial analysis and geographical information systems to analyse natural disasters and to evaluate geographical access to disaster services and employment opportunities for everyone. Use of GIS can be helpful for forest fire analysis and risk reduction which is also a vibrant multi-pronged research project that serves my interest.
Month: August 2020
Head of Technical Development at CERIDES, involved in several European H2020 and ISF projects. Areas of interest include robotics, artificial intelligence, databases, networking, e-learning as well as embedded programming. CISCO Certified Academy Instructor, Moodle Certified Administrator and Course Creator, LEGO Certified Teacher Trainer.
Fire safety in buildings including the behavior of structural materials when exposed to elevated temperatures due to fire, smoke movement either via natural or mechanical means and human behaviour during a fire incident while evacuating a building. Developing tools for assisting the fire safety management of buildings for eliminating the risk of a fire incident and its effect on occupants safety.
Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems, Skew-Product Systems with Dynamically Attracting Invariant Subspaces, Dynamics of Hypercyclic and Cesaro Hypercyclic Operators, Dynamics of Skew-Products of Operators, Dynamics of Semigroups of Commuting Linear Operators, Dynamics of Non-Homogeneous Markov Chains, Iterated Function Systems, Universal Series, Combinatorics and its interplay with Dynamical Systems and Ergodic Theory.
Occupational Safety and Health (OSH), Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems (OHSMS), Ageing of the workforce, Well-being, Performance at work, Ergonomics, Sleep quality, Health impacts from air quality, Critical Infrastructure Protection, Climate change.