Pantelis Capros is Professor of Energy Economics and Operational Research at the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering of the National Technical University of Athens. He was the first President of the Energy Regulatory Authority of Greece (2000-2004), was a member of the Board of Directors of PPC for five years (1995-2000) and Professor of Economics at Sorbonne. As head of E3MLab, he has built and used large-scale mathematical models for the Energy Markets, Environment, and General Economic Equilibrium, which are widely used internationally and are the models used in most of the European Commission's analysis of policies for energy, climate change, transport and economic development. He has many years of international experience as a business and government advisor in the field of Energy and Economic Policy. He has published more than 150 publications in international scientific journals.
Mathematical Economics, Mathematical Programming Models, Energy and Environmental Economics.
- Economic Analysis of Energy Systems (Graduate - Spring Semester)