Dr Manolis Grillakis is an Environmental Engineer. He has graduated from School of Environmental Engineering, Technical University of Crete (B.Sc., MSc., Ph.D). He is a post doc researcher at GeoSat ReSeArch Lab of IMS/FORTH where he is working as the main researcher at DETACC project funded by State Scholarships Foundation / IKY. Manolis is specialized on hydrological processes modeling, climate data bias correction, climate change impact assessment. He has published his work in numerous peer reviewed journals and has participated in a great number of national and international funded projects.
Grillakis, M. G., Polykretis, C., Manoudakis, S., Seiradakis, K. D., & Alexakis, D. D. (2020). A quantile mapping method to fill in discontinued daily precipitation time series. Water (Switzerland), 12(8) doi:10.3390/w12082304
Polykretis, C., Alexakis, D. D., Grillakis, M. G., & Manoudakis, S. (2020). Assessment of intra-annual and inter-annual variabilities of soil erosion in Crete island (Greece) by incorporating the dynamic "nature" of R and C-factors in RUSLE modeling. Remote Sensing, 12(15) doi:10.3390/RS12152439