Prof. Gregory N. Haidemenopoulos

Greg Haidemenopoulos is a Professor of Physical Metallurgy and Head of the Laboratory of Materials, http://materials.mie.uth.gr/, at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Thessaly, Greece, since 1992.  He holds a Ph.D. degree from MIT and is working on the development of the Alloyneering concept for the last 25 years.

 

Dr. H. Kamoutsi

Helen Kamoutsi holds a Ph.D. degree from the Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Thessaly. She is active in the simulation of Medium-Mn and TRIP steels  as well as the bainitic transformation under paraequilibrium driving forces.

 

Dr. P.I. Sarafoglou

Gioula Sarafoglou earned her Ph.D. degree in 2016 from the Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Thessaly. She is active in the simulation and design of extrudable Al-alloys. Her research led to the development of a novel high extrudability alloy for the Aluminium of Greece.

 

Dr. A. Katsamas

Antonis Katsamas has earned his Ph.D. from the Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Thessaly. He has been active in the simulation of laser carburizing, the bainitic transformation and intercritical anealing in high-strength steels.

 

M. Tzini

Margianna Tzini has just started her Ph.D studies at the Department of `Mechanical Engineering, University of Thessaly. She will be investigating the process design of Dual-phase steels for crash box applications and HSLA steels for piping applications. She has investigated the cyclic transformations in medium-Mn steels.

 

J.S. Aristeidakis

John Aristeidakis is currently completing his undergraduate studies at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Thessaly. He is working on the development of algorithms for the computational design (optimum compositions and process windows) of Medium-Mn steels.

 

G.F. Samaras

George Sanaras completed his undergraduate studies at the Department of Mechanical Engineering in 2015. His work was on the simulation of high-temperature carburization and the ranking of alloys based on their carburization resistance. George is now pursuing a Ph.D. degree at EPFL.