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Dimitrios Dimogianopoulos holds a Diploma in Mechanical Engineering (University of Patras, Greece, 1995), a Diplôme d’Etudes Approfondies in Systems Control (Université de Technologie de Compiègne- U.T.C, France 1996) and a PhD degree in Adaptive Control of Linear Time-Varying Systems (U.T.C, 1999). He currently is an Assistant Professor of Control System Design and Simulation at the Department of Automation, Technological Education Institute (T.E.I) of Piraeus, Greece. He has also been a contractual researcher at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, UMR 6599 HEYDIASYC (France, 2002-2003), an adjunct Assistant Professor at the Department of Electrical Engineering, T.E.I of Lamia (Greece, 2006-2010), and a research associate at the Stochastic Mechanical Systems and Automation Laboratory (2003-today).
His research interests are in the area of identification, control and fault diagnosis of stochastic mechanical systems with emphasis in aerospace applications. Furthermore, he is actively involved in the development of model-based methodologies for internal damage diagnosis of composites, and for quality control in food engineering applications. Finally, he has participated in the development of non-contact magnetoelastic sensors for system fault diagnosis purposes. Dr Dimogianopoulos has initiated joint research with higher education (T.E.I of Larissa, Greece) or research (Hellenic Centre for Marine Research, Athens, Greece) institutes. He has, also, participated in several EU-funded research projects in the field of aeronautics and food engineering and has (co-)authored over 40 technical papers in international journals, conference proceedings and books. Finally, he is referee for international journals such as Automatica, IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems /Automatic Control /Control Systems Technology, Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Parts C (Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science), G (Journal of Aerospace Engineering) and I (Journal of Systems and Control Engineering), and IFAC- or IEEE sponsored conferences such as ECC, CDC, MED and so on.