Prof. Mihalopoulos NikolaosDirector

Prof. Mihalopoulos Nikolaos

nmihalo@noa.gr
+30 210 8109121

Professor of Environmental Chemistry, Department of Chemistry University of Crete, Heraklion, Greece Areas of Expertise Observational Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, Global Biogeochemical Cycles, Chemical Kinetics, Environmental Analytical Chemistry.

Dr. Balaras ConstantinosResearch Director

Dr. Balaras Constantinos

costas@noa.gr
+30 210 8109152

Mechanical Engineer with a PhD (1988), MSc (1985) in thermal sciences from Georgia Institute of Technology, and BSc (1984) in energy from Michigan Technological University. Leader of Group Energy Conservation at IERSD-NOA since 1995. Research interests in the areas of energy conservation and high performance buildings, energy audits and refurbishment, solar thermal and cooling applications, analysis and numerical modeling of thermal energy systems, indoor environmental quality, HVAC systems. Instrumental in the development of the technical guidelines and the national regulation on the energy performance of buildings (KENAK) for EPBD transposition in Greece. Editorial Board member in Energy & Buildings and Sustainable Cities & Society. ASHRAE Vice President (2011-2013) & Director At Large (2007-2010), Technical Chamber of Greece (Chartered Mechanical Engineer), EUR ING, Fellow ASME, Fellow ASHRAE.

Dr. Gerasopoulos EvangelosResearch Director

Dr. Gerasopoulos Evangelos

egera@noa.gr
+30 210 8109124

He studied Physics at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (BSc 1996), had his M.Sc. in the field of Environmental Physics (1998) and his PhD in the field of Atmospheric Physics and Dynamics (2003). He has worked as Post Doctoral fellow at Max Planck Institute (Biogeochemistry Dept., Mainz, 2001-2002) in the field of Aerosol Science, and then he moved to the Environmental Chemical Processes Lab of the University of Crete (2004-2006). He was recruited at the National Observatory of Athens in 2006. His main area of interest and expertise is Atmospheric Physics and Chemistry and in particular air quality, physical, optical and chemical properties of aerosols via in-situ and remote sensing measurements, investigation of the role of aerosols on climate, health and ecosystems, climate change and relevant synergistic implications. He is leading the Atmospheric Physics and Chemistry Group of IERSD and he is Head and Quality Assurance Manager of the Laboratory of Atmospheric Chemistry. He is the Director of the Greek GEO Office, represents Greece in the relevant international bodies (i.e. GEO Programme Board/UN, EuroGEOSS Coordination Group/EC), and he is Member of the Board of the Hellenic Quality Assurance & Accreditation Agency (HQA). He is also member of the Steering Committee of the Navarino Environmental Observatory (Messenia, Greece) and Co-Editor in Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics journal (IF:5.5) , EGU/Copernicus. He is coordinating the H2020 project SMURBS/ERA-PLANET (9.15 mE) on the topic of "smart cities and resilient societies".

Dr. Giannakopoulos ChristosResearch Director

Dr. Giannakopoulos Christos

cgiannak@noa.gr
+30 210 8109128

Research interests focus on the study of atmospheric chemistry and climate change using global and regional models. The chemical models have a detailed description of physics and chemical reactions and their results are used to understand the mechamisms involved in the transport and chemical transformation of pollutants. The main interests include the study of the origins and transport of pollution in the Eastern Mediterranean region using data from ground measurements or aircraft campaigns. In the field of climate change we use and process data from global climate models in order to obtain a better estimate of the future climate of the earth. The main focus is the study of change of extreme events due to anthropogenic impacts both regionally in Greece and in Europe. Moreover the impacts of climatic changes on several sectors are also examined. These sectors include forest fire risk, energy usage, population health and tourism. These two fields of interest complement each other since for the study of climatic changes, several greenhouse gas scenarios are used, whose composition arises from a detailed study of the chemistry of atmosphere.

Dr. Kambezidis HarryResearch Director

Dr. Kambezidis Harry

harry@noa.gr
+30 210 3490119

Research Director, Ph.D. in Atmospheric Physics (National & Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece, 1988), M.Sc. and M.Phil. in Microwave Communications Engineering (University of Leeds, UK, 1976, 1979), B.Sc. in Physics (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, 1974), B.Eng. in Electrical Engineering (University of Patras, Greece, 1984). Research interests and expertise in: solar radiation/energy, daylight, atmospheric turbidity, atmospheric aerosols, atmospheric pollution, corrosion of materials due to atmospheric factors, meteorology, climatology & climate change. More than 330 publications in national & international scientific journals and conferences. Participation in/coordination of more than 50 projects. Regular reviewer in 46 international scientific journals. Teaching experience by lecturing at Universities in the fields of environmental meteorology, solar energy and daylight. Founder & Head of the Atmospheric Research Team. Extensive administrative experience. Responsible scientists for the Actinometric Station at Thission. DAAD grant holder (1992).

Dr. Kotronarou AnastasiaResearch Director

Dr. Kotronarou Anastasia

natasha@noa.gr
+30 210 8109138

Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering Science (CALTECH, U.S.A., 1991), M.Sc. in Public Health Engineering (Imperial College ? University of London, U.K., 1986), Civil Engineering Degree (National Technical University of Athens, Greece, 1985), Law Degree (National & Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece, 1997). Expertise in Environmental Field studies/Environmental Monitoring (air, noise & vibrations, water), Environmental Law, Environmental Management & Planning, Environmental Impact Assessment, Water Resources Management, Aquatic and Atmospheric Chemistry, Sanitary Engineering & Hydraulic Engineering Design, Renewable Energy Sources (Environmental impact of RES, Biomass), Wastewater Treatment, Programming - application of mathematical models for a number of environmental applications (water, air, noise). Project coordinator, scientist-in-charge and/or participant in over 100 projects financed by the European Commission, national Ministries and organizations, and the private sector; over 30 of them R&D projects co- funded by the European Commission under various EC programmes. Teaching on Liquid waste management and Biological treatment of wastewater, Environmental Impact Assessments; teaching assistant on Aquatic Chemistry, Chemical/ Biochemical Engineering for Water Quality control, introductory course to Environmental Engineering (graduate level).

Dr. Kotroni VassoResearch Director

Dr. Kotroni Vassiliki

kotroni@noa.gr
+30 210 8109126

Research Director at NOA, born in 1965, has a PhD in Dynamic Meteorology (University Clermont-Ferrand, 1993). She has acted as Research Associate at University Athens (Meteorology Laboratory, Physics Dept.) during the period 1993-1998, while since 1999 joined the National Observatory of Athens. She has almost 20 years of experience on numerical weather prediction. She has authored or co-authored 85 papers published in refereed international journals, and 4 book chapters in the fields of mesoscale meteorology, meteorological modelling, and study of severe weather events in the Mediterranean. She has worked extensively with a number of meteorological models (MM5, BOLAM, WRF, RAMS). She has participated in and/or coordinated a large number of national and EU funded projects. Since 2013 is a member of the International Science Steering Committee of HYMEX project and she is acting as Topical Editor of Annales Geophysicae.

Dr. Lagouvardos KostasResearch Director

Dr. Lagouvardos Kostas

lagouvar@noa.gr
+30 210 8109127

Research Director at NOA, born in 1964, has a PhD in Dynamic Meteorology (University PARIS 6, 1992). He has acted as a Research Associate in the CETP/CNRS (Centre d'étude des Environnements Terrestre et Planétaires) Paris, France during the period 1992-1993, in the Lab. of Meteorology of the Athens University (Physics Dept) during the period 1993-1998, at the National Observatory of Athens during the period 1999-2002. Since 2002 he joined the National Observatory of Athens. He has authored or co-authored more than 84 papers published in international journals in the fields of dynamic meteorology, mesoscale modelling and study of severe weather events in the Mediterranean and radar meteorology. He has worked extensively with a number of meteorological models (BOLAM, MM5, WRF, RAMS) and has participated in many European and National Research Programs as principal investigator. He has founded and coordinates a network of automated surface meteorological stations in Greece (250 stations in late 2013).

Dr. Mirasgentis SevastianosResearch Director

Dr. Mirasgentis Sevastianos

seba@noa.gr
+30 210 3256218

Research Director at NOA. Dr. Mirasgedis holds a Ph.D. in energy and environmental economics and a degree in Chemical Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens. He has been working on simulation of energy systems for energy planning and emission projections, economic and environmental evaluation of energy efficiency and renewable technologies, analysis of co-benefits of clean energy technologies, environmental economics, etc. He has participated in a large number of studies on environmental external cost assessment and has published extensively on these subjects. He has been a lead author in the 4th and 5th IPCC Assessment Reports on Climate Change as well as in Global Energy Assessment (2013), and he has been selected as a lead author in the current 6th IPCC Assessment Report covering issues related to the building sector. He has participated in 43 Research Projects funded by National sources, European Commission, UNFCCC, International Atomic Energy Agency, acting as Project Leader (8 projects) or Senior Researcher (35 projects). He has co-authored 46 papers published in refereed journals.

Dr. Retalis AdrianosResearch Director

Dr. Retalis Adrianos

adrianr@noa.gr
+30 210 8109201

Dr Adrianos Retalis is Senior Researcher at IERSD/NOA. He holds a Doctorate (University of Athens, Greece) and M.Sc. degree (University of Dundee, UK) in Remote Sensing and Degree in Geology (University of Athens, Greece). Research interests & Accomplishments: He has a wide range of expertise in satellite image processing for air pollution monitoring and assessment, land use/cover mapping, development of atmospheric correction algorithms, natural hazards, environmental management and atmospheric electricity. Participation in more than 20 National and European funded projects as expert researcher or coordinator.. Author of more than 100 publications in scientific journals and international conferences. Reviewer for peer-reviewed journals and proposals. Teaching on Remote Sensing. Member of several international remote sensing scientific bodies.

Dr. Assimakopoulos VassilikiSenior Researcher

Dr. Assimakopoulos Vassiliki

vasiliki@noa.gr
+30 210 8109135

Dr. Vasiliki Assimakopoulos, is a Civil and Environmental Engineer (MEng. 1997) with a PhD in Urban Air Quality and Environmental Modelling (2001, Imperial College, University of London, UK). Current research interests include: 1) Design and Implementation of scaled experiments in wind tunnels with modern instrumentation (Triple hot wire sensor) and field studies (Indoor and Outdoor areas). 2) Emission inventory development and application of Chemical Transport Models (MM5-CAMx). 3) Application of CFD codes (PHOENICS) for the study of the indoor and outdoor urban environment. She has been involved in over 20 projects, as coordinator or research associate funded by national, EU and/or private sources, she has more than 70 publications in peer reviewed international journals and conferences with more than 300 citations from other researchers.

Dr. Dascalaki ElenaSenior Researcher

Dr. Dascalaki Elena

edask@noa.gr
+30 210 8109143

Ph.D. (1998) Building Physics, M.Sc. (1990) Environmental Physics and B.Sc. (1987) Physicist from the Department of Physics, University of Athens. Active in the areas of building physics – thermal performance of buildings and energy conservation, rational use of energy in buildings, building typologies, EPBD transposition and the national regulation (KENAK), building thermal simulations, assessment of ventilation systems for building applications, CFD, energy audits, indoor air quality, renewable energy sources for building applications. Participation as leading researcher in various European and National Research Programmes. Member of the Board of Directors of the Centre for Renewable Energy Sources – CRES (2010-2013). National representative in the Annex 35 technical committee of the International Energy Agency working on Hybrid Ventilation.

Dr. Founda DimitraSenior Researcher

Dr. Founda Dimitra

founda@noa.gr
+30 210 8109132

Dimitra Founda, Senior Researcher Ph.D. in Atmospheric Boundary Layer, M.Sc. in Meteorology, B. Sc., in Physics (University of Athens). Research interests and areas of expertise: research and development in the areas of Climatic change, Time series analysis, Climatology of Extreme Events, Urban climate, Meteorology, Atmospheric Boundary Layer (ABL), Turbulent flows, Wind flow over complex terrain. Participation in more than 20 International and National Research Projects. Reviewer of international scientific journals. Teaching experience on meteorology and climate change. Responsible for the historical climatic data base of IERSD/NOA.

Dr. Georgopoulou ElenaSenior Researcher

Dr. Georgopoulou Elena

elenag@noa.gr
+30 210 8109215

Chemical Engineer (NTUA), with a MSc in Environmental Management and a PhD in Energy Planning with Renewable Energies. From the beginning of her career she worked on environmental and energy related issues. Since 2000 she works as a researcher at IERSD/NOA. Her research topics include climate change mitigation, impacts and adaptation; regional and national energy planning; mitigation of air and industrial pollution; waste management; cost-benefit analysis of environmental measures; decision-aid methodologies and tools.

Dr. Kalogiros JohnSenior Researcher

Dr. Kalogiros John

jkalog@noa.gr
+30 210 3490082

B.Sc. degree (1989), M.Sc. (1991), and Ph.D. (1997) from the Physics Department of the University of Athens, Greece. During the time period 2000-2002 he was a research assistant in the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, US. He is a researcher in the Institute of Environmental Research and Sustainable Development, National Observatory of Athens since 2002. His scientific interests and accomplishments lie in the research areas of rain and flood events with polarimetric weather radar observations and the atmospheric boundary layer with observations from instrumented aircraft, ships, buoys, acoustic sounder and masts.

Dr. Kazadzis StylianosSenior Researcher

Dr. Kazadzis Stylianos

kazadzis@noa.gr
+30 210 8109204

Studied Physics at the Physics Dept. of the Aristotle Univ. of Thessaloniki and received his degree in 1994. Had his M.Sc. at the field of Environmental Physics in 1996 at the same department and commenced with his Ph.D. Thesis in the field of Atmospheric solar radiation Advances and applications of solar UV spectroradiometric measurements obtaining his diploma in 2000. Worked as Post Doctoral fellow at the Laboratory of Atmospheric Physics (2001-2008) working in various EU projects (SUVDAMA, EDUCE, ADMIRA, INSPECTRO, QASUME, SCOUT, e.t.c.) and was involved with solar radiation, aerosol measurement and satellite research. Also, he worked at the Finnish Meteorological Institute, (Climate Change Unit), Finland (2008-2009) as a Marie Curie post-doc IEF Fellow on Satellite measurements of UV radiation and aerosol optical properties and employed at the National Observatory of Athens in 2009 as Associate Researcher. He has published more than 60 articles as a first author or co-author in peer reviewed journals and more than 80 articles in conference proceedings. He has received the Greek State post doctoral fellowship (2002), the Aristotle University post-doc fellowship on aerosol research (2008) and two Marie Curie EU fellowships grants (IEF 2008-2009 and European Return Grant 2010-2013). Research Interests: Solar radiation measurements' effects and applications, Research on aerosol optical properties, Stratospheric ozone research, Satellite remote sensing, Solar Energy Applications

Dr. Psiloglou VassilisSenior Researcher

Dr. Psiloglou Vassilis

bill@noa.gr
+30 210 8109133

He works as Senior Researcher at the Institute of Environmental Research and Sustainable Development of the National Observatory of Athens. He received his B.Sc. degree in Mathematics (1989) from the Dept. of Mathematics of the University of Athens, Greece. He has also been awarded with a M.Sc. in Meteorology and Atmospheric Environment (1992) and a Ph.D. degree in Atmospheric Physics (1997), both from the Dept. of Physics of the University of Athens, Greece. His current research topics of scientific interests despite solar radiation research, modelling and applications, are air-quality and meteorological measurements, environmental management and risk assessment using GIS techniques, analysis of climate change impacts, air pollution and meteorological instrumentation.

Dr. Sarafidis IoannisSenior Researcher

Dr. Sarafidis Ioannis

sara@noa.gr
+30 210 8109190

Senior Researcher at NOA. He is a Chemical Engineer and holds a Ph.D. diploma in the field of Energy planning and Decision Support Systems. His activities include emission inventories (greenhouse gases and air pollutants) and projections; energy modeling and planning; assessment of policies and measures for tackling climate change (mitigation and adaptation); assessment of climate change impacts. He has participated in a number of relevant research projects and has published more than 40 articles in international journals and conference proceedings.

Dr. Liakakou EleniAssociate Researcher

Dr. Liakakou Eleni

liakakou@noa.gr
+30 210 8109139

Chemist with MSc in Environmental Engineering and PhD in the field of Atmospheric Chemistry (2001, 2003 and 2007 respectively at the University of Crete, Greece). Associate Researcher at the National Observatory of Athens (NOA). Duties at NOA: Technical Manager–Main analyst in the Atmospheric Chemistry Laboratory (ACL) and responsible for the urban background 'Thissio Aerosols Monitoring Station' (Athens, Greece) and for the 'Mobile Air Quality Monitoring Station'. Experience in ISO/IEC 17025:2005 quality assurance standard application. She is systematically involved in air quality research with emphasis on the monitoring of atmospheric aerosols and more specifically the determination of the chemical composition and the investigation of the optical properties. Her research interest also focuses on the non methane hydrocarbons. EL has great experience on ground based field measurements (active and passive sampling; fixed point and with mobile pollution monitoring units housed in vehicles) and operation of aerosol and organic compounds samplers, air pollution analyzers and automatic chromatographs. Her laboratory skills concern chromatography and spectroscopy applications (IC, HPLC, GC, GFAAS, Uv-Vis).

Dr. Myriokefalitakis Stelios Associate Researcher

Dr. Myriokefalitakis Stelios

steliosm@noa.gr
+30 210 8109139

Obtained his university degree in Chemistry in 2004 and his master's degree in 2006 (Uni. of Crete, GR). He received his doctoral degree in Atmospheric Chemistry from the University of Crete in 2009, as a scholar of the General Secretariat for Research and Technology of Greece. During his Ph.D., he performed atmospheric chemistry model simulations, and he specifically focused on the development of novel modeling tools in state-of-the-art chemistry-transport global models, to study of the gas- and particulate-phase of the troposphere via heterogeneous processes. He continued his research on atmospheric chemistry and physics as a postdoctoral fellow in the Environmental and Chemical Processes Laboratory (ECPL, Uni. of Crete), participating in numerous European and international projects. In 2014 he was awarded as a Fulbright Fellow and moved to Columbia University (NY, USA), where he conducted research on cloud-aerosol interactions via multiphase processes. During his postdoctoral research, he particularly focused on the impact of multiphase processes on the atmospheric nutrient deposition over the oceans, via the synergistic use of model simulations and in-situ observations. These model approaches of the air-quality impact on aerosol bioavailability provided new insights towards understanding the atmospheric cycles of gaseous pollutants, organic aerosols and nutrient-containing aerosols (i.e., Fe, P, and N). In 2016, he received a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Individual Fellowship (IF) (Utrecht University, Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute, and KNMI), aiming to further study the implications of the aforementioned processes for carbon cycle and climate, focused on the coupling of i) air-quality, ii) aerosol deposition and iii) carbon cycle, with the European state-of-the-art Earth System Model, the EC-Earth. In 2018 he moved to the Institute for Environmental Research and Sustainable Development at the National Observatory of Athens, as an Associate Research Fellow in Atmospheric Chemistry and Climate Modelling. His current research focuses on atmospheric chemistry-climate interactions, including impacts on the oceanic biogeochemical cycles.

Dr. Rozos EvangelosAssociate Researcher

Dr. Rozos Evangelos

erozos@noa.gr
+30 210 8109125

Works as an Associate Researcher in the National Observatory of Athens Greece. Starting from 1998, he has participated to numerous research projects as an expert in hydrological and urban water systems modeling and optimization. He has authored/coauthored more than 50 scientific publications (20 in scientific journals). He is reviewer in 10 scientific journals and Associate Editor of Hydrological Sciences Journal. His Google H-index is 12.

Dr. Koussis AntonisResearcher Emeritus

Dr. Koussis Antonis

akoussis@noa.gr
+30 210 8109125

Water Resources Engineer/Hydrologist Dr.- Ing., Hydraulics-Hydrology, Technische Hochschule Darmstadt Dipl. Ing., Civil Engineering, Technische Hochschule Darmstadt Areas of expertise: Water resources engineering, science and management; numerical and analytical modelling of surface and subsurface hydrological processes and solute transport; hydrometry

Dr. Petrakis MichaelResearcher Emeritus

Dr. Petrakis Michael

mike@noa.gr

Dr. Nenes AthanasiosCollab. Researcher

Dr. Nenes Athanasios

athanasios.nenes@noa.gr

Dr. Katsanos DimitrisRes. Scientist ELE B

Dr. Katsanos Dimitris

katsanos@noa.gr
+30 210 8109136

Ph.D. Physics, University of Patras, Greece, 2007, MSc. Environmental Physics, University of Athens, Greece, 2001, BS. of Physics, Department of Physics, University of Athens, Greece, 1998. Areas of expertise: Precipitation Science, Remote Sensing of Precipitation, Thunderstorms and Lightning, Numerical Weather Prediction Models

Dr. Lianou MariaRes. Scientist ELE B

Dr. Lianou Maria

mlianou@noa.gr
+30 210 8109131

Physicist. B.Sc University of Ioannina (1994), MSc in Environmental Physics, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (1998) and a Ph.D on Atmospheric Aerosols, Environmental Engineering School, Technical University of Crete (2010). Associate Researcher (1998-2001) and Scientific Technical Staff (2001 to date). Research interests in the areas of: atmospheric aerosols, atmospheric pollution and air quality (indoor-outdoor), environmental impact, meteorology and geographic information system (GIS)

Dr. Mazi KaterinaRes. Scientist ELE B

Dr. Mazi Katerina

kmazi@noa.gr
+30 210 8109125

Hydrogeologist, PhD.Stockholm University, Dept. Physical Geography, MSc Science & Engineering of Water Resources, National Technical University of Athens, BSc Geology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Areas of interest: Hydrogeology; seawater intrusion in coastal aquifers; application of GIS in hydrology

Dr. Metaxatos AngelinaRes. Scientist ELE B

Dr. Metaxatos Angelina

metalina@noa.gr
+30 210 3490151

Ph.D. in Marine Science, MSc. in Oceanography, M.Sc in Public Health, B. Sc., in Biology. Research interests and areas of expertise: Sustainable development , marine coastal sustainable management and bivalve ecology. Participation in International Research Projects, European fisheries framework programs for protection of marine environment and conservation of marine resources. Director of Research Support and Head of Museum of Geoastrophysics of NOA

Dr. Papagiannaki KaterinaRes. Scientist ELE B

Dr. Papagiannaki Katerina

katpap@noa.gr
+30 210 8109134

Chemist, specialized in index decomposition analysis and assessment of policy strategies for climate change mitigation. Major research interests lie in the area of societal impacts from weather events, climate change impacts and estimation of greenhouse gas emissions.

M.Sc. Droutsa KalliopiScientific Tech - Staff

M.Sc. Droutsa Kalliopi

pdroutsa@noa.gr
+30 210 8109144

Environmental Physicist, Research Associate.Active in the areas of energy conservation, renewable energy sources, building energy audits and building retrofitting, environmental impact of buildings, indoor environment, software development (TEE-KENAK, EPIQR, TOBUS) and computer tools. Participant in the development of ΤΕΕ-ΚΕΝΑΚ software, Technical Guidelines and Educational Material by the Technical Chamber of Greece. Participation as research assistant in various European and National Research Programmes. Member of Group Energy Conservation in IERSD

M.Sc. Kontogiannidis SimonScientific Tech - Staff

M.Sc. Kontogiannidis Simon

skonto@noa.gr
+30 210 8109145

Environmental Physicist, Research Associate.Active in the areas energy conservation, programming and multimedia software development (Solar Control, Solar assisted absorption heat pump), design and perform experiments for studying meteorological parameters and air quality parameters, statistical analysis and data processing, web pages, multimedia tools and software development. Developer of the official software used for building energy audits and labelling (TEE-KENAK) in Greece. Participant in the development of Technical Guidelines and Educational Material by the Technical Chamber of Greece. Designer and developer of various web pages (ASHRAE Region at Large, Hellenic Chapter of ASHRAE, Hellenic TABULA, Group Energy Conservation, Hellenic DATAMINE, XENIOS), web tools (eKIA, SACE, ELVAL) and Multimedia CD-ROMS. Participation as research assistant in various European and National Research Programmes.

M.Sc. Kopania TheodoraScientific Tech - Staff

M.Sc. Kopania Theodora

kopania@noa.gr
+30 210 8109198

Scientific Technical Staff, BSc Physicist, MSc Environmental Impact Assessment, Auditing and Management Systems. Research Activities: solar radiaton, air quality, atmospheric physics and chemistry, remote sensing, meteorology, climatology and climate change.

M.Sc. Pierros FrangiskosScientific Tech - Staff

M.Sc. Pierros Frangiskos

fpierros@noa.gr
+30 210 8109209

Physicist – Technical Scientific Personnel at the Institute for Environmental Research and Sustainable Development (IERSD), National Observatory of Athens (NOA). EDUCATION: D.E.A. (MSc) in Energy – Solar Energy – Thermal Applications (Univ. Paris 7, France). Ptychion (BSc) in Physics (National & Kapodistrian Univ. of Athens, Athens, Greece).DUTIES IN IERSD: 2008 - Present: Meteorological and climatic data management, quality control and relevant computer application development. Meteorological observations. FOREIGN LANGUAGES: English, French. COMPUTER KNOWLEDGE: Windows and Unix-like operating systems, Application development in various programming languages, RDBMS, MS Office

M.Sc. Roukounakis NikosScientific Tech - Staff

M.Sc. Roukounakis Nikos

nrouk@noa.gr
+30 210 8109208

I am currently working as a Research Scientist at the Institute of Environmental Research and Sustainable Development, providing technical and scientific support to various research projects and activities. Expertise in: a) Air quality monitoring, pollution control and dispersion modelling, b) Environmental noise monitoring and modelling, c) Renewable energy technologies with emphasis on techno-economic assessment, d) Remote sensing and environmental monitoring, e) Climate change and modelling. Since I joined the Institute in 2008, I have participated in the following research programs: a) VillemiZero, Sustainable Mobility in Europe INTERREG III Medocc Program, b) Noise and air quality impacts from the operation of Athens International Airport, c) Noise, vibration and atmospheric pollution monitoring in the region of the Rion Bridge, d) CYPADAPT, Adaptation to Climate Change Adverse Impacts in Cyprus

Mr. Kappos NikosTechnical Staff

Mr. Kappos Nikos

kappos@noa.gr
+30 210 3490121

Nikolaos Kappos, Technical Staff, Bachelor of Technological Educational Institute, Department of Mechanical Engineering. Main activities and responsibilities: - Meteorological Observations & Measurements. - Instrumentation Servicing, Repairing, Calibration. - Editing Meteorological Data. - Participation on Research Fields, field experiments. - Placement of meteorological stations - instruments, water level stations. Other: use of tools, small construnctions.

Mr. Mitsopoulos VassilisTech & Support Staff

Mr. Mitsopoulos Vassilis

vmits@noa.gr
+30 210 3490142

Computer operator - Observer of Thissio mete?rological station. Gathering and processing meteorological data, as well as provision of technical support for Thissio meteorological station.

Mr. Papagiannis DimitrisTech & Support Staff

Mr. Papagiannis Dimitris

dpapa@noa.gr
+30 210 3490116

Ms. Papadaki LiaSecretary of IERSD

Ms. Papadaki Lia

liapap@noa.gr
+30 210 8109122

M.Sc. Anagnostou Marios

managn@noa.gr
+30 210 3490082

M.Sc. Argyropoulou Litsa

largiro@noa.gr
+30 210 8109145

Dr. Athanasopoulou Eleni

eathana@noa.gr
+30 210 8109137

M.Sc. Bezes Antonis

antbezes@noa.gr
+30 6972278729

Dr. Bougiatioti Aikaterini

abougiat@noa.gr

M.Sc. Dafis Stavros

sdafis@noa.gr
+30 210 8109203

Dr. Dimitriadis Panagiotis

pandim@itia.ntua.gr

Dr. Fameli Kiriaki-Maria

kmfameli@noa.gr
+30 210 8109135

M.Sc. Gabriel Ariadne

ariadne@noa.gr
+30 210 3490191

M.Sc. Gakis Nikolaos

ngakis@noa.gr

Dr. Galanaki Elisavet

galanaki@noa.gr
+30 210 8109203

Dr. Giannaros Theodore

thgian@noa.gr
+30 210 8109203

Dr. Giannaros Christos

chrisgiannaros@noa.gr
+30 210 8109203

M.Sc. Gratsea Myrto

mgratsea@noa.gr
+30 210 8109139

M.Sc. Grivas Georgios

ggrivas@noa.gr

Dr. Hatzaki Maria

hatzaki@noa.gr
+30 210 8109137

M.Sc. Hontou Vassiliki

vhontou@noa.gr

Dr. Karagiannidis Athanasios

thankar@noa.gr
+30 210 8109203

M.Sc. Karagiannis Dimitrios

dkaragiannis@noa.gr
+30 210 3490119

M.Sc. Karali Anna

akarali@noa.gr
+30 210 8109151

Dr. Kaskaoutis Dimitrios

dkask@noa.gr
+30 210 3490119

M.Sc. Katavoutas Georgios

gkatavoutas@noa.gr
+30 210 8109170

Dr. Kitsara Gianna

gkitsara@noa.gr
+30 210 8109137

Dr. Koletsis Ioannis

koletsis@noa.gr
+30 210 8109140

M.Sc. Kosmopoulos Panagiotis

pkosmo@noa.gr
+30 6937951991

M.Sc. Lemesios Giannis

jlemesios@noa.gr
+30 210 8109209

Dr. Mazarakis Nikolaos

nickmaz@noa.gr
+30 210 8109140

M.Sc. Moustris Alexander

almoustris@noa.gr

M.Sc. Papaggelis George

gpapaggelis@noa.gr
+30 210 3490082

M.Sc. Paraskevopoulou Despina

dparask@noa.gr
+30 210 8109141

M.Sc. Pateraki Stiliani

paterakist@noa.gr

M.Sc. Petrinoli Kaliopi

kpetrinoli@noa.gr
+30 210 3490119

M.Sc. Petrou John

jpetrou@noa.gr

M.Sc. Petsikos Harry

bpets@noa.gr
+30 210 3256212

M.Sc. Raptis Panagiotis

piraptis@noa.gr
+30 6944794504

M.Sc. Serpetzoglou Efthimis

eserp@noa.gr
+30 210 8109140

M.Sc. Speyer Orestis

ospeyer@noa.gr
+30 211 0198196

M.Sc. Stavroulas Jason

i.stavroulas@noa.gr

M.Sc. Tenentes Vasilis

vtenentes@noa.gr
+30 210 8109137

M.Sc. Tsourapas Alexander

a.tsourapas@noa.gr
+30 6977748347

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