@ Frederick University and Frederick Research Center
Dr.-Ing. Paris Fokaides - Asst. Professor, Group Leader (2012 - )
Paris A. Fokaides is an Assistant Professor of Energy and Thermofluids in the Engineering School of Frederick University. Dr. Fokaides’ research is primarily concerned with experimental thermofluid mechanics, with a particular focus on the field of buildings’ energy efficiency and sustainable energy technologies. He is the author and/or co-author of more than 50 publications in peer-reviewed journals as well as 13 book chapters. He also offers numerous courses in the field of Energy, Fluid Mechanics and Process Engineering. He is the coordinator of two MSc Programmes in the field of Sustainable Energy Systems (at Frederick University and at Open University of Cyprus)
Dr. Angeliki Kylili is a Research Associate of the Frederick Research Center and member of the Sustainable Energy Research Group (SERG) since 2013. She has studied BSc Environmental Science and MSc Energy and Environment at the University of Leeds and she obtained her PhD at the Sustainable Energy Research Group of Frederick University in 2019. Her research is primarily concerned with Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) and numerical simulation for the energy efficiency of construction materials and buildings, as well as the utilisation of renewable energy sources, with particular focus on solar applications. She is the author and/or co-author of more than 205publications in international peer-reviewed journals and 2 book chapters (h-index: 13).
Mr. Yan Moisev - Researcher, PhD Candidate (2019 - )
Mr Yan Moisev is a PhD Candidate at Frederick University, in the field of solid biofuels assessment. Mr Moisev is a Mechanical Engineering graduate from Frederick University (2017). He obtained his Master's Degree at Frederick in the MSc Programme of Sustainable Energy Systems in 2019. As a PhD candidate, his research focuses on the field of the experimental assessment of biomass thermochemical conversion routes. He is also employed in industrial projects concerning physical and chemical properties of advanced marine fuels.
Ms Georgalli studied Mechanical Engineering at the Technological Education Institute of Chalkida. She attended courses in the MSc in Sustainable Energy Systems at Frederick University, where she obtained her MSc degree in 2017. Her research interest is mainly in the field of Heritage Building Information Modelling, as well as in the field of Life Cycle Assessment of buildings and structures.
Ms. Christiana Panteli - PhD Candidate (2018 - )
Ms Christiana Panteli, PhD candidate at the Frederick University, studied Civil Engineering at Frederick University from 2010 to 2015 and attended from 2016 to 2018 the post graduate program in Sustainable Energy Systems at Frederick University. Since September 2018, Ms. Panteli is a PhD Candidate at Frederick University, as a member of the Sustainable Energy Research Group (SERG).Ms. Panteli’s subject is the energy assessment of the built environment with the use of Building Information Modelling tools..
Former Group Members
Dr. Elias Christoforou - Researcher (2012 - 2016) - PhD Candidate (2015-2019)
Mr Elias Christoforou, studied Mechanical Engineering at the University of Cyprus from 2007 until 2011 and attended from 2011 to 2013 the post graduate program in energy technologies and sustainable design at the University of Cyprus. Mr. Christoforou was a research associate at Frederick Research Center, as a member of the Sustainable Energy Research Group (SERG) from 2012 to 2016, in the context of a transnational cooperation program between Cyprus and Greece (Intereg) on the elemental and physical analysis of biomass for energy production purposes. Mr. Christoforou’s subject was the physical, elemental and proximal characterization of second generation biomass. Mr Christoforou obtained his PhD degree, having conducted his PhD research at SERG in 2019.
Androniki Nikola was a PhD Candidate at the University of Frederick from 2016 to 2018. She graduated from the University of East London in 2014, obtaining her Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering (Hons) and also acquired her Master's Degree at the University of Frederick in Energy Systems and the Built Environment, in 2016. As a PhD candidate, her research focused on the energy performance and efficiency of building materials in Cyprus, by developing energy analysis models using finite element analysis.
Ms. Kyriaki Kerverou - MSc Student (2017 - 2018)
Kyriaki studied BSc Architecture at Frederick University. She attended the MSc in Sustainable Energy Systems at Frederick University. She was also a research assistant in the consultancy project of the Sustainable Energy Research Group for the Elaboration of a Study on the calculation of cost - optimal levels for minimum energy performance requirements for buildings in accordance with Article 5 of Directive 2010/31/EU on the energy efficiency of buildings.