Born in 1927. In 1945 he gradua- ted from the High School and in 1946 he passed the introductory examination for both, the Depart- ment for Civil Engineering of the National Technical University of Athens and the Mathematical Department of Athens University. After two years, he was called to serve in the Greek army and so he interrupted his studies.
He re- mained in the army for about two and a half years as Lieutenant of the Corp of Engineers, specialized in the mine war and cleaning of minefields. In 1950 he came back to the University and in 1953 he got his diploma and MS degrees in Civil Engineering. In the same year he joined the Materials Laboratory of the Public Works Ministry. He remained there, as a Research Engi- neer, for about 14 years. In 1967, after the military coup d' etat, he resigned as a protest against the dictatorship set- tled. In 1970 he founded the first private Greek Laboratory for Concrete and Concrete materials in the country. He wrote two books on Concrete and 27 research papers, published in Greek and foreign science magazines.
In 1956 his short story, the Service was published in the New March, a literature magazine in Salonica-Greece. In 1959 he published the book Short Simultaneous Stories and in 1962 the book Odos. In 1964 a short story, from that