Problem Solver

Dimitris Servis

Dimitris Servis
I always had this inclination of trying to find solutions to problems. I also never quit before I find one. I am particularly talented in putting together software to solve problems. But I do not stop to computers, I enjoy solving structural design problems as well.

Areas Dimitris Servis is Knowledgeable in:

Software engineering, scientific software design and development, finite element simulations, structural problems.

Techniques Dimitris Servis Uses:

Analysis and synthesis
5 whys
Lateral thinking

Dimitris Servis's Problem Solving Skills:

  1. Object oriented software development
  2. 3D graphics for the representation of CAD models
  3. Ship structural modeling
  4. Stochastic analysis expert
  5. Finite Element Simulation expert
  6. Structural engineering problems
  7. GUI development
  8. Scientific software development

Dimitris Servis's Problem Solving Experience:

  1. Devised a data encryption system for a particular format
  2. Devised a system to calculate state variable distributions and process parameters in actual metal forming processes
  3. Developed a modeling technique using finite elements that allows for the model of specific tanks of bulk carriers to be modeled in high detail and accurate boundary forces be applied from bending moment and shear force calculations.
  4. Developed a way to visualize two spatial color distributions or any other distribution on a triangulation at the same time.
  5. Developed a method to accelerate the volume calculation from integration of spatial frame sections to a solid when the solid rotates in space.
  6. Developed a self load-balancing peer-to-peer distributed system
  7. Developed a finite element material model for an energy based failure criterion that simulates material failure in crash simulations very accurately.
  8. Developed a modeling technique using finite elements that achieves to model both the kinematic and th structural behaviour of a ship during a ship collision. The method consists of modeling in detail the part of the ship where the collision occurs and the rest of the ship with beams and masses.