Dr Athanasios Angeloudis

Reader and Director of Impact



+44(0)131 6513418


1.06 Alexander Graham Bell Building

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Engineering Discipline: 

  • Civil and Environmental Engineering

Research Theme: 

  • Offshore Renewable Energy
  • Environmental Engineering


Athanasios is working on engineering fluid mechanics, incorporated within the Institute for Infrastructure and the Environment and leading research on hydro-environmental applications. Aside from the role of lecturer in Civil Engineering hydraulics, as an Industrial Innovation Research Fellow of the UK’s Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) he coordinates research activities on computational methods for marine and offshore renewable energy, working closely with industry and other research groups.

He is Chartered with the Technical Chamber of Greece and a member of the Institution of Civil Engineers. In addition, he is a member of NERC’s Peer Review College and serve as the Coordinator of the Edinburgh Fluid Dynamics Group.

His research and expertise spans across

  • Environmental fluid mechanics
  • Offshore renewable energy
  • Coastal processes
  • Numerical methods in engineering
  • Data analytics and optimisation methods

Academic Qualifications: 

  •  PhD in Hydro-environmental engineering (2014). Hydro-environmental Research Centre, Cardiff University.
  •  MEng in Civil Engineering (2010). School of Engineering, Cardiff University.



  • CIVE10006 Hydraulic Engineering 4, University of Edinburgh (2019 - Now) - Course Organiser and Lecturer
  • CIVE09035 Water Engineering Transport and Treatment 3, University of Edinburgh (2020-Now) - Course Organiser and Lecturer


  • Environmental fluid mechanics
  • Coastal ocean modelling
  • Computational fluid dynamics
  • Marine renewable energy
  • Fluorescence spectroscopy

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