SOTIRIA D I M I T R E L L O U
Department of Naval Architecture
University of West Attica
Dr. Sotiria Dimitrellou is an Associate Professor at the Department of Naval Architecture in the University of West Attica in Greece. She is the responsible professor of the undergraduate courses "Mechanical Drawing & Introduction to MCAD", "Manufacturing Processes", "Maritime Issues", "3D Computer Aided Design" and the postgraduate course "Advanced three-dimensional Ship Systems Design" of the postgraduate program "Advanced Technologies in Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering". Her fields of scientific interest include: Mechanical Design based on Quality, Cost, and Environment. Computer Aided Design, Computer Aided Manufacturing, Industrial Design, Rapid Prototyping. Reverse Mechanical Design. Metrology and Quality Assurance. LNG applications in Shipping. Constructive Development of Ship Systems. Ship Energy Efficiency Management. Dr. Sotiria Dimitrellou holds a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the School of Mechanical Engineering of National Technical University of Athens (NTUA). The Ph.D. thesis concerns the “Assignment on the Role of Accuracy of Geometrical Elements in the Quality and the Manufacturing Cost of Mechanical Components”. She also holds a M.Sc. in "Advanced Mechanical Engineering" and a B.Sc. in ‘Mechanical Engineering’ from the Department of Mechanical Engineering of the School of Engineering and Information Technology of University of Sussex. Dr. Sotiria Dimitrellou has worked for 15 years in the design of electromechanical facilities/systems in public buildings (schools, town halls, public libraries) and private buildings. She has worked in large public companies such as the Building Infrastructures S.A and the School Building Organization, but also as a freelance mechanical engineer, cooperating with various architectural offices. She holds a Mechanical Designer Professional Degree of 2nd Class (category 9 – Mechanical, Electrical, Electronic Design) provided by the Greek Ministry of Infrastructure, Registration No24274.