Imperial College London


Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Civil and Environmental Engineering

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Huxley BuildingSouth Kensington Campus





I am a PhD candidate in the department of chemical engineering at Imperial College London. My background is mainly on mathematics and my research involes global deterministic optimisation methods and methods for the location of index-1 saddle points.



Nerantzis D, Stoianov I, 2022, Optimization-based selection of hydrants and valves control in water distribution networks for fire incidents management, Ieee Systems Journal, ISSN:1932-8184

Nerantzis D, Stoianov I, 2021, Adaptive Model Predictive Control for fire incidents in water distribution networks, Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol:148, ISSN:0733-9496, Pages:1-15

Nerantzis D, Pecci F, Stoianov I, 2020, Optimal control of water distribution networks without storage, European Journal of Operational Research, Vol:284, ISSN:0377-2217, Pages:345-354

Nerantzis D, Adjiman C, 2019, Tighter αBB relaxations through a refi nement scheme for the scaled Gerschgorin theorem, Journal of Global Optimization, Vol:73, ISSN:0925-5001, Pages:467-483

Nerantzis D, Adjiman CSJ, 2016, An interval-matrix branch-and-bound algorithm for bounding eigenvalues, Optimization Methods & Software, Vol:32, ISSN:1055-6788, Pages:872-891

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