Areas of Expertise
Dr Maleviti has been employed as an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, for Sustainable Aviation and Occupational Safety Management, since June 2017. She has been involved in education for over ten years in UK and Greek Academic Institutions. Since 2012 she has been working as an academic advisor and instructor, at the Training Directorate of Hellenic Aerospace Industry, an EASA Part 147 Approved Organization. Dr Maleviti has taught courses in various disciplines, covering safety, quality and environmental management systems, human factors, risk management in aviation, aviation legislation (EASA IR Part 66/147) and a wide range of EASA Part 66 Modules such as physics, mathematics, electrical and electronics for aviation maintenance engineers and technical English for aviation maintenance. Other subjects taught are; Optics, Energy and Energy Policy, Energy Management in Buildings, Water Management and Desalination, Sustainable Planet, Waste management for Aerospace Industries, Train the Trainer, etc. Also, she has experience as an aviation consultant in several air operators and maintenance organizations. She is a physicist, with an MSc in Sustainable Development and a PhD in Sustainability and Environment, from the University of Surrey, UK. She is an IRCA certified Lead Auditor for Quality Management Systems, she holds a Private Pilot’s License (A), a UAS License Specific Category C and she is a Member of the Royal Aeronautical Society, UK. Her research interests are in sustainable development, sustainable aviation, environmental and energy management, and environmental & quality management in aviation.
- Ph.D. - Doctor of Philosophy in Environment and Sustainability, University of Surrey
- M.S. - Master of Science in Sustainable Development, University of Surrey
- SFTY 590: Hazard Contl Mth-Occ Sfty Hlth
- SFTY 691: Graduate Capstone Course
- MSHF 691: MSHF Graduate Capstone Crs
- MHSR 530: Environmental Security
- AASI 615 Sustainable Technical Systems Communications
- MHSR 530 Environmental Security
- SFTY 580 Environmental Protection for the Safety, Health and Environmental Manager
- SFTY 619 Human Factors & Ergonomics
- SFTY 691 Capstone Project
Maleviti, E., & Stamoulis, E. (2017). Environmental management in aviation and aerospace industries: a baseline analysis on employees' perspectives. International Journal of Sustainable Aviation, 3(2), 151-169.
Maleviti, E., & Stamoulis, E. (2016). Assessing the Correlation Between Environmental Awareness and Variability of Employees' Positions in Aviation and Aerospace Industries. International Journal of Aviation Systems, Operations and Training (IJASOT), 3(1), 20-33.
Sager, M., & Maleviti, E. (2014). Elemental composition of honey from Greece-possible use as environmental indicators. J Nutrition Food Sci, 8, 002.
Maleviti, E., Wehrmeyer, W., & Mulugetta, Y. (2013). An Empirical Assessment to Express the Variability of Buildings' Energy Consumption. International Journal of Energy Optimization and Engineering (IJEOE), 2(3), 55-67.
Maleviti, E., & Tsitsiriggos, C. (2013). Potential savings in buildings using stand-alone PV systems. In Sustainability in Energy and Buildings (pp. 913-929). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.
Maleviti, E., Mulugetta, Y., & Wehrmeyer, W. (2012). Energy consumption and attitudes for the promotion of sustainability in buildings: the case of hotels. International Journal of Energy Sector Management, 6(2), 213-227.
Maleviti, E. (2012). The development of a theoretical model for optimizing energy consumption in buildings. International Journal of Energy Optimization and Engineering (IJEOE), 1(4), 1-14
Howlett, R. J. (2012). Sustainability in Energy and Buildings. E. Maleviti (Ed.). Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
Maleviti, E., Mulugetta, Y., & Wehrmeyer, W. (2011). Environmental attitudes and energy initiatives within the Greek hotel sector. In Sustainability in Energy and Buildings (pp. 225-235). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.
Maleviti, E., Mulugetta, Y., & Wehrmeyer, W. (2009). Energy Consumption in the Greek Hotel Sector: The Influence of Various Factors on Hotels’ Carbon Footprints under the Implementation of the EU and Greek Legislative Framework. In Sustainability in Energy and Buildings (pp. 339-345). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.
Maleviti, E. (2010). The use of energy scenarios in the Greek hotel sector under the implementation of carbon strategies in buildings. University of Surrey (United Kingdom).
Memberships and Credentials
MRAeS- Member of the Royal Aeronautical Society
PPL(A)- Private Pilot License