Petros Koutsolampros is an architect by training and is a specialist in spatial analysis and computation. He holds an architecture engineering degree from the National Technical University in Athens and an MSc in Adaptive Architecture and Computation at The Bartlett, University College London. His PhD (to be published in 2021) focuses on the effects of spatial configuration on workplace movement and interaction.
Petros joined Space Syntax in 2020 as an Associate to assist in the maintenance and expansion of the specialist software applications used in the office (including depthmapX and the Space Syntax Toolkit) as well as to develop novel spatial analytic methods including agent-based modelling.
Petros teaches various technical subjects at UCL, primarily on the MSc Architectural Computation and MSc Space Syntax, Architecture and Cities courses. The content of his teaching includes spatial analysis and visualisation, virtual and augmented-reality applications and agent-based modelling.
2013 Knowledge Transfer Partnership, UCL, Spacelab
2013 Registered Architect, ETEK, Cyprus
2011 Registered Architect, TEE, Greece.
2015 Doctoral scholarship from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council and Spacelab.
2021 PhD in Architectural Space and Computation, The Bartlett, University College London
2012 MSc Adaptive Architecture and Computation, The Bartlett, University College London
2011 Diploma in Architecture Engineering, National Technical University, Athens, Greece.