Marie Curie Individual Fellow
University of Sheffield
Georgia Thermou is currently a Marie Curie Individual Fellow at the Civil and Structural Engineering Department of the University of Sheffield.
She received her 5-year Diploma in Structural Engineering from the Department of Civil Engineering of Demokritus University of Thrace, Greece, in July, 1999, followed by an MSc degree in “New Materials and Techniques on the Design of Reinforced Concrete”. She subsequently continued her post-graduate studies at Imperial College, London, where she attended the MSc program “Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics”. Georgia received her PhD from Demokritus University of Thrace, in 2007.
Georgia has 15 years of research experience and her research interests include seismic design and technology of RC structures, assessment and retrofitting of existing RC structures, repair /strengthening of RC members with traditional and innovative materials and study of shear transfer mechanisms along concrete interfaces.