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Details of Dr. Christos N. Stefanakos   


PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title Research Scientist
Institution
SINTEF, Marine Environmental Technology ( SINTEF)
Brattørkaia 17c, 4.etg Trondheim 7465
Address
SINTEF, Marine Environmental Technology Brattørkaia 17c, 4.etg
Trondheim
7465
Norway
Nationality Greece
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree PhD
Job type Research
Research Area(s) Climatology, Meteorology , Marine and Coastal Engineering , Policy, Law, Economics, Management , Climatology, Meteorology , Marine and Coastal Engineering , Policy, Law, Economics, Management
Working languages English; French; Greek;Norwegian
Skills/Expertise i.Problem Solving: a.statistical analysis, modeling and simulation of multivariate time series, b.nonstationary modeling of technological parameters, c.multivariate probability densities with given marginals, d.nonstationary extreme-value analysis, ii.Design and development of applications: a.Application-driven sophisticated software b.Maritime/marine related enhanced databases
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. Christos STEFANAKOS)

Publications in Scientific Journals 1. Ch.N. Stefanakos, O. Schinas, “Nonstationary stochastic modelling of multivariate long-term time series of bunker prices”, submitted. 2. K.V. Kostas, Ch.N. Stefanakos, A. Daelis-Patargias, “Development of an enhanced XML database of world sea ports and terminals”, submitted. 3. O. Schinas, Ch.N. Stefanakos, “Cost Assessment of Environmental Regulation and Options for Marine Operators”, Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies, Vol. 25, pp. 81-99, 2012. doi:10.1016/j.trc.2012.05.002 4. Ch.N. Stefanakos, “Investigation of the long-term wind and wave spectral climate of the Mediterranean Sea”, Journal of Engineering for the Maritime Environment, issue M1, Vol. 222, pp. 27-39, 2008. doi: 10.1243/14750902JEME64. 5. Ch.N. Stefanakos, G.A. Athanassoulis, S.F. Barstow, “Time series modelling of significant wave height in multiple scales, combining various sources of data”, Journal of Geophysical Research, Section Oceans, 111, C10001, 2006. doi:10.1029/2005JC003020. 6. Ch.N. Stefanakos, G.A. Athanassoulis, “Extreme value predictions based on nonstationary time series of wave data”, Environmetrics, Vol. 17, No. 1, pp. 25-46, 2006. 7. G.A. Athanassoulis, Ch.N. Stefanakos, S.F. Barstow, “A methodology for integrating wave data from different sources permitting a multiscale description of the wave climate variability”, Advances in the Applications of Marine Climatology - The Dynamic Part of the WMO Guide to the Applications of Marine Climatology, WMO/TD-No.1081, JCOMM Technical Report No.13, pp.187-198, 2003. 8. Ch.N. Stefanakos, G.A. Athanassoulis, “A unified methodology for the analysis, completion and simulation of nonstationary time series with missing-values, with application to wave data”, Applied Ocean Research, Vol. 23/4, pp. 207-220, 2001. 9. G.A. Athanassoulis, Ch.N. Stefanakos, “A nonstationary stochastic model for long-term time series of significant wave height”, Journal of Geophysical Research, Section Oceans, Vol. 100, No. C8, pp. 14149-14162, 1995. 10. G.A. Athanassoulis, Ch.N. Stefanakos,


Created: 2013-01-02 Last Updated: 2016-12-06 by Christos STEFANAKOS