Dr Alkistis Karabela
PhD (EPSRC funded), University of Portsmouth, 2008-2011. “An experimental and computational study of damage and crack growth for a nickel-based superalloy under fatigue-oxidation conditions” in collaboration with Rolls-Royce plc. and Cranfield University.
MSc Mechanical Engineering (EPSRC funded) with Merit, University of Portsmouth, 2007-2008, “Fatigue of welded Aluminium structures”.
BEng(Hons) Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, 1st class, University of Portsmouth, 2004-2006. “Modelling of the pull-out mechanism of cement pedicles from cancellous bones”. The project was awarded with the Departmental Project Prize.
Apolytirion, Lyceum of Rio, Achaia, Greece, 1997
Fatigue and fracture of engineering materials and components
High temperature fatigue and creep-fatigue interaction
High temperature oxidation and corrosion of metals and alloys