Teaching and Research Staff (D.E.P.) - in brief
- Sozon Papavlassopoulos (Head of the Department), Associate Professor, details...
- Marios Poulos (Deputy Head of the Department), Associate Professor, details...
- Sarantos Kapidakis, Professor, details...
- Theodoros Pappas, Professor (Deputy Dean), details...
- Ioannis Kokkonas, Associate Professor, details...
- Christos Papatheodorou, Professor, details...
- Dionysios Moschopoulos, Associate Professor, details...
- Maria Bottis, Associate Professor, details...
- Manolis Gergatsoulis, Professor, details...
- Christina Banou, Tenured Assistant Professor, details...
- Petros Kostagiolas, Assistant Professor, details...
- Georgios Papaioannou, Assistant Professor, details...
- Sofia Stamou, Lecturer, details...
- Stavros Vlizos, Associate Professor, details...
- Myrto Malouta, Assistant Professor, details...
- Marietta Minotou, Lecturer, details...
In order to find out which courses are being taught by each of the following members of the teaching staff, visit: http://thalassa.ionio.gr/spoudes2
Teaching and Research Staff (D.E.P.) - detailed
Associate Professor, Bibliometry
Sozon Papavlasopoulos is Assistant Professor in the field of Bibliometrics in the Department of Archives and Library Sciences at the Ionian University. He received his BSc from the University of Thessaloniki, Greece (1978), his M.Sc from Brunel University of London (1980) and his PhD from the Ionian University (2007). His research interests include Medical Informatics, Semantic Web-metadata, statistics, social networks and Pattern Recognition. Dr Papavlasopoulos has participated in several research projects funded by Greece or European Community. He also was member of several technical committees and working groups on subject relates to Bibliometrics and Statistics. He is a member of the Greek Mathematical Society, of the Greek statistical institute and of the Greek Computer Society
Associate Professor, Semantic Processing of Information
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Professor, Informatics emphasising on e-Publishing and Digital Libraries
Sarantos Kapidakis is professor at the Department of Archives and Library Sciences, at the Ionian University at Corfu, Greece, and director of the Laboratory on Digital Libraries and Electronic Publishing. He teaches the courses of Digital Libraries and Electronic Publishing, on the undergraduate and graduate level. In the past, he was employed by the National Documentation Centre - Greece, MIT - USA, and the University of Crete and at the Foundation for Research and Technology - Hellas. He received a Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from Princeton University in 1990. He also holds a MSc. from Princeton University and a Diploma in Electrical Engineering from National Technical University of Athens.His current research interests in digital libraries and electronic publishing include digital library architectures and interoperability, metadata, Dublin Core, e-learning, e-services and policies on digital content, evaluation and usability of digital libraries, and information retrieval on libraries. As part of his research on Digital Libraries, he participates in the DELOS Network of Excellence on Digital Libraries, he was a member of the Resource Discovery in a Globally-Distributed Digital Library Working Group, part of the Digital Library Research Collaboration, funded by the NSF and EU (1998), and has been a co-Chair of the 13th European Conference on Digital Libraries (ECDL2009)
Professor (Deputy Dean), Ancient Greek Literature
Theodoros Pappas holds a Ph.D. in Classics from the University of Montpellier. He is Professor of Ancient Greek Literature at the Department of Archives, Library Science and Museum Studies of the Ionian University and Director of the Laboratory of Cultural and Historical Heritage Documentation. He is the author of Anthropologie de la comédie grecque ancienne (Athens 1990), O φιλόγελως Aριστοφάνης [Laughter-loving Aristophanes], Athens 1994; Θεατρικές παραστάσεις στην αρχαία Κέρκυρα. Ίδρυση των Διονυσίων [Theatre Productions in Ancient Corfu. The Foundation of Dionysia], Athens 1996; Η μεθοδολογία της επιστημονικής έρευνας στις ανθρωπιστικές επιστήμες [Research Methodology in the Humanities], Athens 2002; Προσεγγίσεις στην αρχαία ελληνική παιδεία, από τον Όμηρο ως τον Ισοκράτη [Approaches to Ancient Greek Culture, from Homer to Isocrates], Athens 2007; Αττική Κωμωδία. Πρόσωπα και Προσεγγίσεις [Attic Comedy. Persons and Approaches] (ed. together with Andreas Markantonatos, Athens 2011). He has also carried out several studies on topics related to the Ancient World and has taken part in conferences, in Greece and abroad. His research interests include Ancient Greek literature, Ancient theatre, Ancient Greek anthropology, Greek Epigraphy and Ancient Greek religion
Associate Professor, Bibliology – Bibliography
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Professor, Library and Archives Information Systems
Christos Papatheodorou received a B.Sc. and a Ph.D. in Computer Science, both from the Department of Informatics, Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece. He is an associate professor in the Department of Archives and Library Sciences, Ionian University, Greece, where he teaches Information Retrieval, Metadata and Knowledge Management. Moreover he is a fellow researcher in the Digital Curation Unit, "Athena" Research Centre, Greece. His research interests include Evaluation of Digital Libraries and Information Services, Metadata interoperability, Personalized access to Digital Libraries and Internet, User Modeling, Information Filtering and Web Mining
Associate Professor, History of the Neo-Hellenic State and its Institutions
Dionysios Moschopoulos was born in Athens in 1956. He holds a Ph.D and a MSc in History from Pantheon-Sorbonne University (Paris), a BSc in Law and a Bsc in Political Science from Athens University. During the period 1995-2007 he worked initially as Lecturer and afterwards as Assistant Professor in the Department of Archives and Library Science at the Ionian University (Corfu-Greece). He has taught in postgraduate studies programs in the Ionian University and the University of Thessaly. He has also worked as part-time member of the academic staff of the Greek Open University, and the Open University of Cyprus. He has collaborated in various European funded and national research projects. He is also member of the Group of History of Administration of the International Institute of Administration Science. He has published papers on the history of public administration and the institutions of the Neo-Hellenic State, the medical history of the Ionian islands, the political prisoners of the Greek civil war (1946-1949), the history of education, the administrative information etc. Since July 2012 he has been back on duties as tenured Assistant Professor in the Department of Archives and Library Sciences of the Ionian University. He teaches "History of the Neo-Hellenic State and its Institutions". His recent research revolves around the history of the oath of office and the phenomenon of the political violence in the Greek State
Associate Professor, Ιnformation Law with an emphasis on Intellectual Property and Data Protection
She is an Honors graduate of Athens Law School in 1990. She is a holder of a LLM degree (Cambridge Law School, UK, 1991) a LLM degree from Yale Law School in 1992 and a PhD on medical information law from the University of Athens. In 2000, she was appointed a Faculty Fellow at Harvard University, Center for Ethics and the Professions (2000-2001). She is an elected member of the board of the International Society for Ethics and Technology. She has authored five books, the latest being A Defense of Intellectual Property Rights, 2009, Edward Elgar Publishing (with Professor Richard Spinello). She is also the author of many Greek and international publications on data protection, digital divide, library ethics, privacy medical/health law and others
Professor, Informatics emphasising on Databases and Metadata Management
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Tenured Assistant Professor, Book Publishing and Policy
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Assistant Professor, Information Services Organisation and Administration
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Assistant Professor, Museology: Development and Utilization of Museum Areas through the employment of Digital Technology
Georgios Papaioannou was born in Ioannina, Greece. At an early age he was exposed to scholarship and international travel. His life has reflected this. After gaining his BA degree at Ioannina University, he went to Britain where he completed an MA Degree in Archaeology and IT at University College London. He then went on to take a PhD at King’s College London in classics, archaeology, cultural heritage and IT. After spending time in Spain and conducting archaeological work in Jordan, Syria and Oman, he joined the staff of the Ionian University in Corfu, Greece, where he now is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Archives, Library Sciences and Museology. The focus of his research interests lies in museums, archaeology, education (including distance learning) and IT applications, including augmented reality and mobile applications. He has set-up archaeological exhibitions at the Lowest Place on Earth in Jordan and ethnographic exhibitions at various museums in Greece. He has led and coordinated multi-partner cross border research and innovation projects. Dr Papaioannou is General-Secretary of the Hellenic Society for Near Eastern Studies and a member of ICOM. He has lectured widely, excavated and led tours to the UK, Greece, Cyprus, Spain, Syria, Oman, Turkey, Yemen and Saudi Arabia
Lecturer, Library Science: Standards and Systems of processing and organizing Assets
Sofia Stamou is a Lecturer at the Department of Archives and Library Science of the Ioanian University. Her area of expertise is text analysis and language processing with an emphasis on semantic analysis of textual data. Her research interests include web searching, personalization, ontologies, text mining and data organization. She received her Ph.D. and M.Sc. degrees from the Computer Engineering and Informatics Department of Patras University in 2002 and 2006 respectively and her B.A. in Philosophy from the University of Ioannina in 1999
Associate Professor, Museology: exposing archaeological objects
Born in Munich, Germany (1968), I studied and graduated at the University of Ioannina (1985-1989) and attained additional archaeological experience in various excavations and museums. I conducted my postgraduate studies at the University of Munich from 1992 to 1997, when I was awarded the Ph.D. dissertation. Between 1997 and 2002, I joined the Greek Archaeological Service (3rd Ephorate for Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities) and the Archaeological Society of Athens (Ancient Messene Excavations). In 2002, I was appointed Assistant to the Director of the Benaki Museum and in 2010 I was unanimously elected Lecturer of Museology and Archaeology at the Ionian University in Corfu. I am a representative member of the German Archaeological Institute and a Substitute member at the Local Council for Monuments of Central Greece. In 2013 I was appointed Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies at Princeton University Research Fellow and during my Fulbright Research Grant in 2003 fellow of the Department of Classics at Yale University. Within the framework of the 'Amykles Research Project' I serve as the Director of the excavations conducted at the site near Sparta since 2005. My research interests and publications are focused on Museology and Archaeology, Hellenistic and Roman sculpture, Roman Greece and, due to the Amykles Research Project, on early Greek sanctuaries and the question of Identity in geometric and archaic times.
Assistant Professor, Greek Papyrology
Myrto Malouta was born in Athens in 1978. She studied Classics at University College London and holds a D.Phil. in Greek Papyrology from the University of Oxford. She carried out postdoctoral research and taught in Munich (2003-2004) and Oxford (2004-2008). In 2009 she taught Roman History at the University of Crete and in 2010 she was awarded a one-year scholarship by the Botsaris Foundation to be held at the Institute of Greek and Roman Antiquity of the Hellenic National Research Foundation. In Novemeber 2010 she was elected lecturer in Greek Papyrology at the Department of Archives and Library Science. Her research interests focus on Greek Papyrology and the history of Graeco-Roman Egypt