Specialized Educational Personnel

Georgoulis Georgios

TITLE
Lecturer
OFFICE
2a Korais
PHONE
+30 22710 35 285
FAX
+30 22710 35 299

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AREA OF EXPERTISE

Maritime operations, Risk Management human factors

BIOGRAPHY

Georgoulis Georgios was born in Chios in 1964 and he studied in the Merchant Marine Academy of Oinousses from where he graduated in 1983. From 1983 until 1985 he served in oceangoing cargo vessels as a Cadet. In 1985 he acquired the second officer licence and served as a second officer in oceangoing bulk carriers and tankers until 1987 when he served in Martial Naval as an acting Sub-lieutenant until 1989 and was released as a Reserve Officer. In 2000 he acquired the Captain Licence and he served as a Captain in Very Large Crude Carriers (VLCC) until 2003 when he was engaged by the University of the Aegean in the department of Shipping Trade and Transport as a Technical and Teaching Associate to support the Nautical studies in both under graduated and post graduated programs where he works until today  He received  a MSc from University of the Aegean emphasizing in new technologies for Maritime industry on 2007 and he is a phd candidate since 2010. From February 2011 to July 2012 he worked in the ministry of maritime affairs as an advisor to the secretary general. He is an active Captain and he is specialised on seafarer education issues, on the International Safety Management Code, on the ISPS Code and on maritime Risk Assesment.

COURSES
  • Maritime operations Ι and II
  • Management of Maritime companies
  • Introduction to nautical studies
RESEARCH

Risk assessment human factors 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
  • International Association of Maritime Economists Conference 24-26 August 2015 Kuala Lumpur (iame 2015) Article “Assessing the impact of Maritime Labor Convention: Queering the data from the First Implementation Period” by Prof. Helen Thanopoulou, Iro Retsou, Georgios Georgoulis
  • International Association of Maritime Economists Conference 3-6 JULY 2013 Marseille(iame 2013) Article “Proactive Involvement of Local Populations in oil Spill Incidents: Gauging the Potential of Informal Information Networks” by Ass Prof. Helen Thanopoulou, Ass.Prof Nikolaos Ventikos, Georgoulis George, Lambros Moulatzikos
  • International Symposium of Maritime Safety Security and Environmental Protection (MASSEP 2013) Athens 30 -31 May 2013 Paper “The importance of reporting all the occurred near misses on board: The seafarers’ perception” by G.Georgoulis, N.Nikitakos
  • Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME) third(3RD ) International Symposium (October 2010) Paper “Technological Improvements on Bridge Systems as a key factor to Marine Accident Prevention” by G.Georgoulis and N.Nikitakos
  • International Maritime Lecturers Association 16th Conference , Izmir/TURKEY 2008 Article: “Bridge ergonomics and usability as a safety and quality feature” by G.Georgoulis, N.Nikitakos
  • Interational Conference «Ports of Medeterranean», May 2002 Article: Combating oil spill incidents in Greek ports and coastline: a holistic approach” by G.Georgoulis, A. Alexopoulos
RESEARCH PROJECTS
  • “Mediterranean Port Community System” Code name “MED PCS” funded by European Regional Development fund
  • ”Taming the Sea of Fishers’ Knowledge, Skills and Competences” code name “Sea of Skills” funded by ERASMUS PLUS
  • Code name e-Shipping. The development of a web based platform for distance learning on maritime education. The project is funded by the European Union (80%) and by national sources of Greece and Cyprus (20%)
  • Know me (European Academic and Industry Network for Innovative Maritime Training and Education and R&D) funded by FP7
  • Captains(Communication and Practical Training Applied in Nautical Studies) a EU Leonardo Da Vinci project
  • “i-ports” (Intelligent Port Systems) an INTEREG IIIB ARCHI MED program
  • Floating autonomous Ecological Desalination Plant(Construction-installation) funded by the Greek Ministry of Development
  • Self Learning Integrated Methodology-Virtual Reality Tool(SLIM-VRT) that concerns electronic education (e-learning) subjects for seafarer and the executives of shipping enterprises.