The examination of the Diploma Theses of the undergraduate students of the Department of Transportation Planning and Engineering for the examination period of 2021 took place with grate success on Wednesday July 14th 2021 and Thursday July 15th 2021 via a teleconference using the application Cisco Webex (https://www.webex.com/).
The students which defended their theses are as follows:
Chalazia Asimina Ekavi, Digital Transformation in Shipping: Port Community Systems, (Supervisor A. Ballis).
Trantas Nikolaos – Panagiotis, Development of new mathematical model for the overtaking in two lane roads using real data from a driving experiment, (Supervisor S. Mavromatis).
Ragkousis Petros, A study on the views of the people who travel around the city regarding the pedestrianization of urban streets: The case of the center of Athens, (Supervisor K. Kepaptsoglou).
Pigadioti Dimitra, Analysis of pandemic impact factors in European mobility using machine learning, (Supervisor G. Yannis).
Nikas Leonidas, Investigation of the impact of connected and autonomous vehicles on urban road networks, (Supervisor E. Vlahogianni).
Mougios Georgios, Transport of fresh agricultural products, (Supervisor A. Ballis).
Mermigka Vasiliki, Comparative analysis of road safety factors across generations, in Greece, (Supervisor G. Yannis).
Makri Angeliki, Critical impact factors of travel time in Athens, (Supervisor G. Yannis).
John Kyparissis, Stated preferences towards electric vehicles in Greece, (Supervisor G. Yannis).
Kladou Vaya, Investigation of the impact of lateral wandering on pavement performance, (Supervisor C. Plati).
Kastrioti Athina, Impact of heavy aircrafts on airfield pavement damage, (Supervisor A. Loizos).
Droutsa Alexandra, Grade intersections and altitudinal configuration, (Supervisor S. Mavromatis).
Gonidi Aspasia, Evolution of pandemic impact on driver behavior in Greece using multivarlate time series analysis, (Supervisor G. Yannis).
Goutzamanis Vasilis, Investigation of the efficiency of the turn in the electric movement of Greece based on the analysis of the life cycle of the fuel of the vehicles, (Supervisor K. Kepaptsoglou).
Georgakopoulos Dimitrios, Mobility characteristics impact on public transport and road safety performance in selected European cities, (Supervisor G. Yannis).