Nota Goulianou

Profile: Nota Goulianou

I am from Athens, Greece, and my favorite food is called yemista, a traditional Greek food made with vegetables and rice.

Since my undergrad I was drawn to large-scale problems that affect everyday life. During my master I had the chance to work on current freight problems and explore the complexity of the supply chain and logistics. This inspired me to continue my studies and expand my knowledge on freight transportation as a part of the SCTL Center.

The elements of the SCTL Center that drew me are the active collaboration between the research team and the industry and the opportunities for implementation of the research. I am also excited to work with the highly knowledgeable people who are part of the Center.

Teaching Assistant, Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics Master's degree program
Ph.D. Student, Civil and Environmental Engineering (Transportation Track)
pgoul@uw.edu

Bio

Panagiota (Nota) Goulianou holds a bachelor’s in architectural engineering from the Technical University of Crete and a Master of Science in Transportation Engineering from Florida Atlantic University. She is currently continuing her studies in Transportation Engineering as a Ph.D. student at the University of Washington. 

During her master’s studies, Nota worked as a graduate research assistant for the Freight Mobility Research Institute (FMRI), where her research focused on intermodal freight transportation and port resilience. She served as the president of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) student chapter (May 2019 – February 2020) and the vice president of the WTS student chapter at FAU.

Awards 

Nota received the Gerondelis Foundation Scholarship as a master’s student at Florida Atlantic University.

 

 

Research Publications

Questions and Answers

What is your hometown and favorite food?

I am from Athens, Greece, and my favorite food is called yemista, a traditional Greek food made with vegetables and rice.

What inspired you to pursue a career in transportation engineering?

Since my undergrad I was drawn to large-scale problems that affect everyday life. During my master I had the chance to work on current freight problems and explore the complexity of the supply chain and logistics. This inspired me to continue my studies and expand my knowledge on freight transportation as a part of the SCTL Center.

What drew you to the SCTL Center?

The elements of the SCTL Center that drew me are the active collaboration between the research team and the industry and the opportunities for implementation of the research. I am also excited to work with the highly knowledgeable people who are part of the Center.

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