“ENERGY in TRANSPORTATION” expands the International Conference “ENVIRONMENT & ENERGY in SHIPS” and “GREEN TRANSPORTATION that were held in 2015 & 2016 respectively, to include all modes of Transportation, Ship, Aviation and Land, both public and private. It brings together Engineers, Designers, Stakeholders, Academia and Professionals of different disciplines that contribute and advance the state of art development within the Transportation environment.

The conference will take place on Saturday November 3, 2018 at the Wyndham Grand Athens Hotel, Megalou Alexandrou 3, Plateia Karaiskaki, Athens.

The latest “provisional” timetable can be downloaded here.
Please check for updates.

There is no registration fee, but all attendees must register for the conference following the link.
All attendees will be required to present their “Registration Ticket” either in paper or digital form at the conferences.

November 3, 2018


Prof. Dr. William Bahnfleth

ASHRAE presidential member

Welcome speech

Dr. Constantinos A. Balaras

Director & Regional Chair, ASHRAE Region XIV

Welcome speech


President, ASHRAE Hellenic Chapter

Welcome speech

Rear Admiral Georgios Bamplenis HN

General inspector of the Hellenic Navy

Welcome speech

Dimitrios Koupatsiaris

Captain at Hellenic Navy, BS in Marine Engineering, HNA, M.Sc. in Electrical & Computer Engineering, NPS, Degree of Electrical Engineer, NPS

Risk and Threat Assessment Integration in Systems Engineering Process

Prof. Dr. William Bahnfleth

Ph.D., P.E., FASHRAE, FASME, FISIAQ, ASHRAE President 2013-2014, Department of Architectural Engineering Pennsylvania State University

Vehicles, Energy, and Air Quality - Current Impact and Issues


Marinos Charalampous

Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, School of Engineering - Naval Architecture Department, University of West Attica, Athens, Greece

Experimental Investigation of the Wave Run Up on a TLP Floating Wind Turbine

Dr. Andreas Gondikas

Chemical Engineer, Environmental Engineer, Project manager, AXIA Innovation 


Intelligent Bulk Materials for a Smart Transport Sector (MASTRO project)

Prof. Dr. Essam Khalil

ASHRAE Fellow, ASME Fellow, AIAA Fellow, Professor of Energy. Cairo University, ASHRAE Director at Large

Analyses of Thermal Comfort and Air Flow Patterns in Naval Ships and passengers trains



Prof. Theodoros ZANNIS

Assistant Professor, Hellenic Naval Academy, Piraeus, Greece

Theoretical Study of the Effect of Injection Timing Malfunction on DI Diesel Engine Performance and Combustion Characteristics



Dr. Michaelis LEFANTZIS

Architect Engineer, Greek Ministry of Culture & Sports, Directorate for the Restoration of Ancient Monuments Athens, Hellas

The Discovery of some Engine Parts of the early 19th Century Steam Ship “Karteria” at the Salamina Main Naval Station of the Hellenic Navy

Dr. George Leoutsakos

Mechanical Engineer, Engineering Department, Attiko Metro S.A, Athens, Greece

Advanced System Architectures and Operational Methodologies Leading to Energy Efficient Operations in the new Metro Line 4 in Athens

Dr. Eleni Misokefalou

Civil Engineering, MSc. Planning, Organization and Management of Transport Systems, Lecturer at University of Thessally

The Impact of Economic Crisis on Teleworking and Travel Behaviour in the Cities of Thessaloniki and Karditsa, Greece

Kyriaki Moschopoulou

Undergraduate Student, Dpt. of Mechanical Engineering, University of West Attica, Athens, Greece

Advanced Exergy Analysis of Gas Turbines

Prof. Dr. Doaa M. El-Sherif

Professor of Environmental Planning & Urban Management, Executive Director; Urban Training & Studies Institute (UTI); Housing & Building National Research Center (HBRC)-Ministry of Housing, Utilities & Urban Communities, Egypt

Energy Efficient Strategies for Urban Transportation Planning