Alexis joined Norwich Business School in October 2016 under a faculty Graduate Teaching Assistant scholarship. He holds a BSc (Hons) degree in Physics from the University of Kent where he graduated in 2013. He completed his MBA in International Oil and Gas Management from CEPMPL, University of Dundee in 2014.
For the completion of his MBA studies he has authored the projects title “Natural Gas Monetization Options for Cyprus”; “Crisis Preparedness Plans: What influences the preparedness level of an organization and examination whether petroleum companies have crisis management plans before Crisis occur”; “Evaluation of Cyprus Government Options Regarding its Natural Resources”; “Can United Kingdom Replicate the U.S Example Regarding Shale Gas?” all published on the Dundee University’s special issue for the best student papers.
His current research interest lies within national and corporate environmental sustainability across various industries. His most recent journal article “Energy supply security in the EU: Benchmarking diversity and dependence of primary energy” co-authored with his PhD supervisor Prof Chalvatzis received the Outstanding paper award by the International Conference on Applied Energy 2017 and was published in Applied Energy Journal.
He is a member of Tyndall Centre for Climate Change research and a graduate member of the Energy Institute of the United Kingdom.
His research is supervised by Prof Konstantinos Chalvatzis (NBS) and Prof Leonidas Leonidou (UCY).
Energy supply security in the EU: Benchmarking diversity and dependence of primary energy,
in Applied Energy
pp. 465-476Full Text UEA Repository
Energy Supply Sustainability For Island Nations: A Study on 8 Global Islands,
in Energy Procedia
pp. 3028–3034Full Text UEA Repository
Energy Supply Security in Southern Europe and Ireland,
in Energy Procedia
pp. 2916-2922Full Text UEA Repository