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Georgopoulos Andreas, Professor NTUA

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Andreas Georgopoulos is Professor of Photogrammetry in the School of Rural & Surveying Engineering-NTUA. He graduated from the same School (1976) and obtained a Diploma (1977); an MSc and later (1981) a PhD in Photogrammetry from University College London (University of London), where he first taught Photogrammetry for one year. Since 1985 he was elected as Faculty member at NTUA. He teaches Photogrammetry courses (I,II,III); Remote Sensing, Metrology, Photographic Data Acquisition, Monument Surveys etc. He has been director of the Laboratory of Photogrammetry since 1996 and has served as Vice Head (1998-2002) and Head of the School (2002-2006) and Vice-President of the NTUA Research Committee (2006-2010). Since 2005 he is elected Executive Board member of CIPA-Heritage Documentation and since 2010 he is Secretary General

He has participated since 1985, in numerous research projects, national and international, on Photogrammetry, Architectural Photogrammetry and Monument Recording, Digital and Analytical Photogrammetry and cadastral applications. He has been instructor and organizer in numerous international Conferences, Seminars and Workshops. Since 2010 he is Visiting Professor at the RLICC (Katholic University in Leuven) Postgraduate Course for Monument Preservation, Visiting professor to the Cyprus Institute (STARC) and CUT.

He has published more than 125 scientific articles in Proceedings and peer reviewed journals on subjects concerned with Photogrammetry, geometric recording of Monuments and Digital and automation techniques. His research interests focus mainly on geometric Recording of Monuments using contemporary techniques.


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