Errikos Levis is a Principal Teaching Fellow and the Director of Undergraduate Studies at the Department of Aeronautics.
His primary research and teaching interest are in aircraft design, flight mechanics and optimization, concentrating on novel concepts and the methodologies required for their conceptual design and analysis.
2012 - present : Teaching Fellow, Imperial College London
2007 - 2012 : PhD at Imperial College London, concentrated on design methodologies for future passenger seaplanes
2003 - 2007: MEng in Aeronautical Engineering at Imperial College London
Levis E, Pleho F, Hedges J, 2020, Viability of joined flight for small unmanned aerial vehicles, The Aeronautical Journal, Vol:124, ISSN:0001-9240, Pages:297-322
Braun M, Bruce P, Levis E, 2017, Strategies to utilize advanced heat shield technology for high-payload mars atmospheric entry missions, Acta Astronautica, Vol:136, ISSN:0094-5765, Pages:22-33
England G, Levis E, An Investigation into All Electric and Hybrid Aircraft, Aerospace Europe 6th CEAS Conference, CEAS
Levis E, Serghides VC, 2014, The Potential of Seaplanes as Future Large Airliners, Advanced Aero Concepts, Design and Operations, Royal Aeronautical Society, Pages:1-12