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School of Civil Engineering 1887-2017

130 Χρόνια Σχολή Πολιτικών Μηχανικών ΕΜΠ, Μητέρα–Τροφός της Ελληνικής Τεχνολογίας

130 Years of the School of Civil Engineering NTUA, Alma Mater of Greek Technology
 
 


Programme of the celebration of the 130 years of the School
Athens, Acropolis Museum
2 July 2017 19:00


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19:00 Greetings

  • Yannis Golias, Rector of NTUA
  • George Stasinos, President of the Technical Chamber of Greece
  • Vassilios Bardakis, President of the Hellenic Society of Civil Engineers

19:10 Introduction

Demetris Koutsoyiannis, Dean of the School of Civil Engineering of NTUA

19:15 Constructing, taking pleasure and conferring benefits (“Κατασκευάζειν, Χαίρειν και Εύ Ποιείν”)

Theodosios P. Tassios
Professor Emeritus of NTUA, fmr. Dean of School
19:25 Tribute to the Mission of Civil Engineers

Themis Xanthopoulos
Professor Emeritus of NTUA, fmr. Head of School, fmr. Rector of NTUA
19:35 From the Logarithmic Rule to Computers - Civil Engineering in the Post-War Period 1950 to Date

Lazaros Lazaridis
NTUA Alumnus, Hydraulic Engineering Consultant
19:45 NTUA to Berkeley: From Theory to Practice

Thaleia Travasarou
NTUA Alumna, Principal Engineer & Vice President, Fugro
19:55 Designing Bridges and Skyscrapers in New York with the Skills of NTUA

Sissy Nikolaou
NTUA Alumna, Principal Engineer & Fellow of WSP
20:05 The Importance of Being a Civil Engineer (of NTUA)

George Tsembelis
NTUA Alumnus, Professor of Political Science, U. Michigan
20:20 The Old and the New Polytechnic

Kostas Dafermos
NTUA Alumnus, Professor of Applied Mathematics, Brown University
20:30 A Retrospective of the Five Years of Study at the School of Civil Engineering by a Graduating Student

Ioannis Tsapekis
Undergraduate Student
20:35 The Engineering Influence to the Art of an Actor

Vassiliki Troufakou
Undergraduate Student, Actor
20:40 Awards to Distinguished Speakers and Sponsors
 
20:45 - 23:00 Wine on the terrace of the Acropolis Museum

2 years, 3 months ago.