Christos Papadopoulos has more than 25 years of research and academic experience accompanied by related industrial and business development experience in the wider energy technologies and energy market sectors. For several years he served as an assistant professor in natural gas technology and management at the Kavala Institute of Technology, Greece, where he also undertook various administrative posts as Head of Sector and Vice-head of the department, as well as a member of the Board of the Institute’s Research Council. In addition, he was an adjunct professor in the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (UoA).
His key skills and specialties are in the fields of oil, natural gas, alternative fuels, thermo-fluids and power, particularly in relevant technology management and economics, uncertainty and risk analysis, modelling and data quality management, measurements management (Smart/Intelligent/Complex), applied engineering mathematics, and computing-and-demand-forecasting and response, where he published a number of papers that have received several citations.
He is currently managing the administration of Energy Exemplar’s European business operation and business development while he is also actively involved in the application and use of PLEXOS® Integrated Energy Model and its advanced stochastic programming features in European energy systems and market’ analysis and optimisation.