Teaching and Laboratory Staff
- Room E-116, Mathematics' Bldg.
Current research activities include:Fluid dynamics, simulations of blood flow, blood coagulation, computational modelling of blood coagulation, computational models in medicine and biology, modelling of complex flows in biological and engineering context, computational tools for medical applications, diagnosis and risk prediction.
Short Curriculum Vitae
Konstantinos P. Papadopoulos was born in Athens. He obtained a Physics degree from University of Athens (NKUA). He completed his PhD in City University of London (CUL) in Mechanical Engineering, thesis title “Flow Effect on Thrombus Formation in Stenosed Coronary Arteries – A Computational Study. He continued in CUL as a Post–Doc researcher working on Modelling of Deformation and Break-up of Evaporating Fuel Droplets, while at the same time he kept on with his research on Coronary Flow and Thrombus Modelling. Additionally, he has over 15 years of teaching experience in Secondary School, adults and exams-preparation centres.
Selected Recent Publications and Conference Papers
- 2017- Papadopoulos KP, Gerotziafas GT, Gavaises M. Modelling of thrombin generation under flow in realistic left anterior descending geometries. Medical Engineering & Physics. 2017;50:58
- 2016-Papadopoulos KP, Gavaises M, Pantos I, Katritsis DG, Mitroglou N. Derivation of flow related risk indices for stenosed left anterior descending coronary arteries with the use of computer simulations. Medical Engineering and Physics. 2016;38:929-39.
- 2015-Proceedings of ICLASS 2015, 23-27 August, Tainan, Taiwan. “Performance of VOF methodology in predicting the deformation and breakup of impulsively accelerated droplets” G. Strotos, I. Malgarinos, N. Nikolopoulos, K. Papadopoulos, A. Theodorakakos, M. Gavaises
- 2015 -DIPSI workshop 29th May 2015, Bergamo. Simulation of droplet deformation, breakup and vaporisation using the full Navier Stokes equations, G. Strotos, K. P. Papadopoulos and M. Gavaises
- 2014- Papadopoulos KP, Gavaises M, Atkin C. A simplified mathematical model for thrombin generation. Medical Engineering & Physics. 2014;36:196-204
- 2013-Papadopoulos KP, Gavaises M. Mitroglou N. Numerical simulation of blood flow in lad models with different degrees and location of stenosis (5th ANSA and μΕΤΑ international conference June 5-7, 2013)