Assoc. Prof. Dr Katerina Tsikaloudaki

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Faculty of Engineering

Katerina Tsikaloudaki is a dr civil engineer and works at the Civil Engineering Department of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, first as a lecturer (2006), then as an assistant professor (2013) and now as an associate professor (2017). She teaches courses related to building construction, building physics, building energy performance and sustainability at the undergraduate and postgraduate level.
Her research interests are on the performance of the building envelope and elements, building physics and sustainability in the built environment. She has participated as a researcher and principal investigator in 25 projects funded by national (19) and international (6) sources. The results of her research have been published in peer review journals (22) and conference proceedings (more than 70).
She has an active participation in the development of the Greek Regulation of Building Energy Performance, as well as in the preparation of the relevant technical guidelines and the manuals for the energy auditors. She is deputy member of the national committee for the recast of the energy performance legislation, as well as member of the relevant committees of the Technical Chamber of Greece and the panel working for the definition of nZEB framework in Greece.
She has also served as member of the scientific committees of national and international conferences, reviewer of international scientific journals and expert evaluator for research proposals at national (GSRT) and European level (European Commission).