Dr. Andreas Georgopoulos

Dr. Andreas Georgopoulos

Dr. Andreas Georgopoulos

Dr. Andreas Georgopoulos is full Professor of Photogrammetry and Director of the Lab of
Photogrammetry of the School of Rural & Surveying Engineering of NTUA. He holds a Diploma of
Surveying (NTUA 1976) and an MSc (1977) and a PhD (1981) in Photogrammetry from University
College London. He has been teaching Photogrammetry and Documentation of Monuments since
1980 in UCL, NTUA and as visiting professor in KULeuven (RLICC), CUT (Dept. of Civil Eng) and
University of Aegean. He has been Vice-Head (1998-2002) and Head (2002-2006) of the School of
Rural & Surveying Eng. and member of the Research Committee of NTUA since 1999. Since 2006 he
is a member of the Executive Board of CIPA-Heritage Documentation and has served as Secretary
general (2010-2014), while currently he is the President. Since 1985, he has participated in numerous
research projects of the Lab of Photogrammetry concerning Digital Photogrammetry and Monument
documentation. He has published more than 250 scientific papers in international journals and
conference proceedings. His research interests focus on 3D modeling of cultural heritage,
photogrammetric automation and digital contemporary techniques.