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What does EAECEP stand for?

EAECEP stands for European Advisory Evaluation Committee for Earthquake Prediction

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During the 1972 and 1973 he attended courses of his interest at the School of Mathematics of the University of Athens. Academic career and positions held: Scientific Assistant and Senior Lecturer (1970- 1982), Assistant professor, Associate professor and Full Professor of Structural Analysis at the School of Civil Engineering, NTUA (1982-2004), Emeritus Professor (2004-), Professor of Structural Analysis at the School of Corps of Engineers of the Hellenic Army (1976-2008). Head of the Structural Engineering Department of NTUA (1988-1990 & 1993-1995), Director of the Institute of Structural Analysis and Aseismic Research of NTUA (1984-2004), Director of the Earthquake Planning and Protection Organization (EPPO) of Greece (1989-1992). Director of European Center on Prevention and Forecasting of Earthquake (ECPFE) of the Council of Europe (1989-1992), Permanent Correspondent of Greece in the Open Partial Agreement of the Council of Europe for the “Protection Against and Relief of Major Natural and Technological Disasters” (1989-1992), Representative of Greece in the Permanent Network of National Correspondents for Civil Protection of EU (1991-1992). As the Director of ECPFE, EPPO and Permanent Correspondent in OPA he took the initiative and worked for the establishment of the European Code of Ethics in Earthquake Predictions and of the European Advisory and Evaluation Committee for Earthquake Predictions.
During the 1972 and 1973 he attended courses of his interest at the School of Mathematics of the University of Athens. Academic career and positions held: Scientific Assistant and Senior Lecturer (1970- 1982), Assistant professor, Associate professor and Full Professor of Structural Analysis at the School of Civil Engineering, NTUA (1982-2004), Emeritus Professor (2004-), Professor of Structural Analysis at the School of Corps of Engineers of the Hellenic Army (1976-2008). Head of the Structural Engineering Department of NTUA (1988-1990 & 1993-1995), Director of the Institute of Structural Analysis and Aseismic Research of NTUA (1984-2004), Director of the Earthquake Planning and Protection Organization (EPPO) of Greece (1989-1992). Director of European Center on Prevention and Forecasting of Earthquake (ECPFE) of the Council of Europe (1989-1992), Permanent Correspondent of Greece in the Open Partial Agreement of the Council of Europe for the “Protection Against and Relief of Major Natural and Technological Disasters” (1989-1992), Representative of Greece in the Permanent Network of National Correspondents for Civil Protection of EU (1991-1992). As the Director of ECPFE, EPPO and Permanent Correspondent in OPA he took the initiative and worked for the establishment of the European Code of Ethics in Earthquake Predictions and of the European Advisory and Evaluation Committee for Earthquake Predictions.