Imperial College London

DrHarryTriantafyllidis

Faculty of MedicineSchool of Public Health

Early Career Research Fellow
 
 
 
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Summary

 

Summary

Dr Charalampos (Harry) Triantafyllidis has worked in research since 2015 across several Universities in the UK (Imperial College London, University College London, University of Oxford).

His research spanned software engineering/optimisation, climate change & energy modeling,  sustainable finance, cancer research and now most recently sickle cell disease and asthma. These projects have been funded by various institutions (Department for International Development (DfID UK), The Leverhulme Trust, European Research Council (ERC), School of Public Health Imperial College London).

His background is in computational optimisation and mathematical modelling with emphasis in the development and implementation of new algorithms and their applications in real world problems. He received his PhD in 2014, co-advised by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Prof. John N. Tsitsiklis).  

Publications

Journals

Triantafyllidis CP, Samaras N, 2020, A new non-monotonic infeasible simplex-type algorithm for Linear Programming, Peerj Computer Science, ISSN:2376-5992

Wang X, van Dam KH, Triantafyllidis C, et al., 2019, Energy-water nexus design and operation towards the sustainable development goals, Computers & Chemical Engineering, Vol:124, ISSN:0098-1354, Pages:162-171

Kis Z, Koppelaar RHEM, Sule MN, et al., 2018, Framework for WASH sector data improvements in data-poor environments, applied to Accra, Ghana, Water, Vol:10, ISSN:2073-4441

Triantafyllidis CP, Papageorgiou LG, 2018, An integrated platform for intuitive mathematical programming modeling using LaTeX, Peerj Computer Science, ISSN:2376-5992

Bieber N, Kee JH, Wang X, et al., 2018, Erratum to "Sustainable planning of the energy-water-food nexus using decision making tools" [Energy Policy 113, (2018) 584, 2018], Energy Policy, Vol:116, ISSN:0301-4215, Pages:289-289

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