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Haris Doukas

Associate Professor, National Technical University of Athens

Dr. Haris Doukas is an Associate Professor in the School of Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE) of the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA). He has a degree in mechanical engineering and a PhD degree in the area of decision support systems for the sustainable energy sector’s operation. His scientific and research expertise includes the development of models and decision support systems for energy and climate policy. Dr. Doukas has more than 100 scientific publications in international scientific journals with reviewers, one Greek book titled “Decision Support Policy Models for Energy and Environmental Systems”, one book in Springer titled “Understanding Risks and Uncertainties in Energy and Climate Policy: Multidisciplinary Methods and Tools for a Low Carbon Society” as well as numerous presentations in international conferences, chapters, articles in technical books and magazines respectively. For his work, Dr. Doukas has received awards by the State Scholarship Foundation (IKY), the NTUA, the AUTH, the Technical Chamber of Greece (TCG), the World Renewable Energy Council (WREC) and the Hellenic Operational Research Society (HELORS).

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Perspective of comprehensive and comprehensible multi-model energy and climate science in Europe

A comprehensive and comprehensible multi-model framework offers a real example of “collective” science diplomacy, as an instrument to further support the ambitious goals of the EU Green Deal, in compliance with the EU claim to responsible research.

By: Alexandros Nikas, Ajay Gambhir, Evelina Trutnevyte, Konstantinos Koasidis, Henrik Lund, Jakob Zinck Thellufsen, Didier Mayer, Georg Zachmann, Luis Javier Miguel, Noelia Ferreras Alonso, Ida Sognnæs, Glen Peters, Enzo Colombo, Mark Howells, Adam D. Hawkes, Machteld Van Den Broek, Dirk-Jan van de Ven, Mikel Gonzalez-Eguino, Alexandros Flamos and Haris Doukas Topic: Energy & Climate Date: November 5, 2020