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PROFILE

Mr. Marios Pelekanos
Associate Professor

Mr. Marios Pelekanos

Department
Architecture
Post
Email
art.pem at frederick.ac.cy
Short CV
Marios Pelekanos graduated as an architect engineer from the National Technical University of Athens in 1989, and in 1990 he received his M.Sc. from Bartlett School of Architecture and Planning, University College London. Since 2014, he is a PhD candidate at the National Technical University of Athens and his research subject is the constructional analysis of the timber-roofed basilicas in Troodos mountain area, in Cyprus. He is currently an Associate Professor at Frederick University Cyprus teaching constructional analysis and restoration methods courses of the Master Programme “Conservation and restoration of historical structures and monuments”. He teaches also several architectural technology courses of the Architect Engineer Diploma and Civil Engineer undergraduate program (reinforced concrete, timber, steel and tensile structures). His international publications include several articles and conference papers on the anti-seismic and bioclimatic behaviour of historical timber structures.
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