Panagiotis Mouratidis received a Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and a Master of Science in Electrical Power Engineering from Technical University of Darmstadt. His master thesis dealt with the design and implementation of control algorithms for a bearingless electric motor. Subsequent, he worked as system specialist for automotive electronics at ESG Elektroniksystem- und Logistik-GmbH for Adam Opel GmbH in Rüsselsheim, where he participated in the development of active lane keeping assist algorithms as well as in the validation of camera systems.
Since October 2016 he is research assistant at the IMS and part of the energy storage systems research group. In context of his dissertation, he studies potential applications and the economic viability of hybrid energy storages systems consisting of kinetic and electrochemical storages. The focus of his current research lays on the modelling as well as on the development of intelligent energy management strategies for hybrid energy storages.