Dr. Georgiadis joined the Lincoln School of Engineering as Senior Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering, in May 2013. Dr. Georgiadis is a mechanical engineer from the Technological Institute of Piraeus (Greece). He obtained his M.Sc. in Structural Integrity from Sheffield University (UK) and his PhD in Applied Mechanics from National Technical University of Athens (NTUA-Greece) specialized in Nonlinear Vibrations. Dr. Georgiadis research field is Modelling and Examining Linear and Nonlinear Dynamics of Mechanical Structures.
Dr. Georgiadis worked from November 2010 until October 2012, as Assist. Prof.-Research Fellow (Marie Curie) for CEMCAST project at Lublin University of Technology in dynamics of composite structures for airspace applications. In 2009, Dr. Georgiadis worked as Marie Curie Fellow for ten months in ASAP project, at Eötvös Loránd Geophysical Institute for determination of earth properties through vibration measurements. Dr. Georgiadis two years Post-doctoral experience gained at University of Liege (Belgium) in Aerospace and Mech. Eng. Dept. in collaboration with GaTech (Atlanta-USA, three months staying in 2007) by doing research in nonlinear vibrations of bladed disk assemblies.
Dr. Georgiadis served as chairman in 3 International Conferences/Workshops. In January 2017, Dr. Georgiadis joined the editorial board of Journal of Vibration Testing and System Dynamics (JVTSD) from L&H Scientific Publishing, and in May 2018 joined the Editorial Board of the Journal Mathematical Problems in Engineering (Hindawi). In November 2015, Dr. Georgiadis became Fellow of The HEA after finishing successfully the PGCE course in University of Lincoln. In February 2011, Dr. Georgiadis was nominated as Member of Polish Academy of Science in Committee of Nonlinear Sciences for the years 2011-2014. He served as referee in seventeen International journals (Communication of Nonlinear Science and numerical Simulations, Journal of Nonlinear Science, Journal of Nonlinear Dynamics, Journal of Sound and Vibration, Meccanica, Journal of Nonlinear Mechanics, Journal of Applied Mechanics (ASME), European Journal of Mechanics /A Solids, Mechanics Research Communications, Mechanism and Machine Theory, etc, in most of them is still serving) relative to Structural Dynamics. Dr. Georgiadis has been invited nine times to give specialist lectures (last one April 2107 in SANU Institute of Serbian Academy of Sciences) and has also participated in six workshops. Dr. Georgiadis has been awarded “Scientific Instruments Makers Scholarship” of the Worshipful Company (London). While he was doing his PhD in NTUA he worked as an engineer for five years in a number of engineering companies, among them was Technip S.A. an international company.