Serafeim Michas

Serafeim Michas
University of Piraeus · Department of Industrial Management and Technology

Master's in Mechanical Engineering

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Introduction
Serafeim Michas is a PhD researcher at the Technoeconomics of Energy Systems Laboratory (TEESlab) at the University of Piraeus. He holds a master’s degree (M.Sc.) in Mechanical Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA). His main research background is on energy systems modelling, decarbonization pathways of energy systems, technoeconomic analysis of financing mechanisms in the energy and power markets, the development of decision support tools for the assessment of incentive-based policy measures in capital intensive markets, and machine learning applications. His educational background includes knowledge of several programming languages (C, C#, Python), engineering software (SolidWorks, AutoCad), and modelling software (MATLAB, Simulink).
Additional affiliations
October 2016 - present
University of Piraeus
Position
  • Research Associate
December 2014 - October 2015
National Technical University of Athens
Position
  • Researcher
Education
October 2017 - October 2021
University of Piraeus
Field of study
  • Adaptive policymaking towards a decentralised electricity system based on self-consumption
September 2010 - October 2015
National Technical University of Athens
Field of study
  • Mechanical Engineering

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Publications (5)
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Currently electricity markets worldwide encounter a transition phase into cleaner energy. This is specially the case in Greece, where not only the market structure changes to a harmonized EU target model, but also ‘green electricity’ is projected to reach 50% share by 2030 according to the National Energy and Climate Plan of Greece. This paper pres...
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Efficient policymaking is crucial towards climate change mitigation. However, policies’ successful implementation depends largely on the context where they are applied. Classic decision-making used to be based on a static plan that was considered optimal for the “most likely” future contextual outcome. However, predicting the most probable evolutio...
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Solar Photovoltaics (PV) is considered a highly competitive technology supporting the transition towards a low-carbon energy system. However, increased shares of its deployment have caused a set of mainly regulatory and financial challenges which require solutions. This paper identifies key research challenges for the further development and deploy...
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This paper presents the methodology and development tools employed to specify the path of an industrial robot in a virtual environment (VE) that is typically used for game development. Initially, the cell and the robot are designed and then imported into the VE, followed by the development of the kinematic chain of the robot. Forward and inverse ki...
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This paper presents the methodology and development tools employed to specify the path of an industrial robot in a virtual environment (VE) that is typically used for game development. Initially, the cell and the robot are designed and then imported into the VE, followed by the development of the kinematic chain of the robot. Forward and inverse ki...

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TIPPING+ will provide an empirical in-depth social science understanding of fundamental changes in sociodemographic, geographical, psychological, cultural, political, and economic patterns which give rise to Social-Ecological Tipping Points (SETPs), both positive and negative in relation to socio-energy regional systems. Such empirical and theoretical insights will shed new light on the interdependencies between changes in regional socio-cultural structures and the technological, regulatory and investment-related requirements for embracing (or failing to embrace) low-carbon, clean-energy and competitive development pathways in selected coal and carbon intensive case study regions (CCIRs). The overall goal is to understand why and under which conditions a given social-ecological regional system heavily dependent on coal and carbon-intensive activities may flip into a low-carbon, clean energy development trajectory – or on the contrary may fall into an opposite trajectory with all its negative implications. Towards this goal, main focus of TIPPING+ is the participatory co-production of knowledge on the driving forces and deliberate tipping interventions leading to the emergence of positive tipping points toward clean energy transitions in European CCIRs.