Mathaios Panteli

Mathaios Panteli


University of Cyprus

Short bio

Mathaios Panteli holds an Assistant Professor position within the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Cyprus, since January 2021, and an Honorary Lecturer position at the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Imperial College London, since September 2022. Prior to joining University of Cyprus, he was a Lecturer at the Power and Energy Division of The University of Manchester between 2017-2020, serving as the Deputy Lead of the Sustainable Energy Systems research cluster. Through his academic career, Mathaios has successfully developed a multi-million research portfolio, attracting funding from research councils, industry, and European Commission. He has published over 120 research and policy articles in high-impact peer-reviewed journals and conference proceedings, and he delivered several invited presentations in panel sessions of international conferences, industrial and policymaking organizations.

Mathaios is an IEEE Senior Member, an IET Chartered Engineer (CEng), the Chair of the CIGRE working group C4.47 Power System Resilience and the CIGRE Cyprus National Committee, an invited member of multiple IEEE, CIGRE and CIRED working groups, and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (UK). He serves as an Associate Editor in IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy and IET Renewable Power Generation. He is the recipient of the prestigious 2018 Newton Prize and he was recognized in the top 12 innovators across Europe by the 2022 Innovation Radar Prize competition of the European Commission.

  • Power and energy system planning and operation
  • Techno-economic reliability, resilience and flexibility assessment
  • Integrated modelling and simulation of large-scale critical infrastructures
  • PhD in Electrical Power Engineering, 2013

    The University of Manchester, United Kingdom

  • Diploma in Electrical & Computer Engineering (5-year curriculum), 2009

    Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece