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Myrto Dragona-Monachou

Professor Emerita (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens - University of Crete). Past President of the Greek Philosophical Society, former Member of the Board and Vice-President of the F.I.S.P., former Member of the Board of the Greek Bioethics Committee and the Committee for Medically Assisted Reproduction. For her over all contribution to philosophy she has been awarded the Star and Cross of the Commander of the Order of the Phoenix by the President of the Hellenic Republic. 

 


Christos Yapijakis

Christos Yapijakis is an Assistant Professor of Biology-Neurogenetics at the School of Medicine of the University of Athens. His area of research and expertise is genetic diagnosis of inherited neurological diseases and syndromes of the head. He is founding member of the Friends of Epicurean Philosophy “Garden of Athens”; he has published two philosophical books as a single author, and has edited the Proceedings of five Panhellenic Symposia of Epicurean Philosophy. For full CV and list of scientific publications: www.cephalogenetics.gr/en_cephalogenetics/director_bio.htm.

Mrs. Konstantina Mylona – Giannakakou

 

Dr. Konstantina P. Mylona – Giannakakou (PhD in Ethics) was born in Athens. She holds a BA in English Studies and is an M. Phil. graduate (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens). She also holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration (ALBA business school). For more than 18 years she has been working as a marketing and business expertise and is the co-founder of a consulting company. She has participated in World and International conferences and has published articles in academic and scientific journals and conferences in the areas of agricultural biotechnology and genetic modification. She is a member of the Executive Committee of the Greek Unit of the UNESCO Chair in Bioethics (Haifa). She is also a member of the Greek Philosophical Society, the International Philosophical Association as well as the International Association for Promoting Geoethics.

See  full cv and list of publications here.   

 


Thanasis Sakellariadis

Assistant Professor of Philosophy of Science and Philosophy of Language at the University of Ioannina - Greece. His area or teaching and research is Logical Positivism,  Theories of Consciousness, Wittgensteinian themes and Philosophy of Literature. For full CV: http://ppp.uoi.gr/images/asakel_eng.pdf

 

 


Nikos Psarros

Nikos Psarros is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Leipzig. His philosophical objective is to bridge the gap between the Platonic/Aristotelian ontological tradition and the modern pragmatist and phenomenological philosophical currents. His work in Philosophy of Science is focussed on the dialectical and historical relations between everyday practices and the ontological foundations of Nature and Spirit. A detailed account of his academic work can be found here: www.psarros.info


  


 Philotheos (Fotios) Maroudas 

Rev. Philotheos (Fotios) Maroudas holds a PhD degree from the University of Strasbourg. He is the priestly head of the Dortmund-Bochum Greek-Orthodox Community of Germany. He is actively involved in bilingual, interfaith, and scholarly schemes aimed at the creative coexistence of diverse traditions and philosophies. His research-scientific activity focuses on ecclesiology and the reality of interculturality in the modern world through the phenomenon of rapid cultural reconversion of societies.




 

Founta – Kontou Ioanna

Studies at the School of Economics at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. The Representative of the Management and the Head of the Educational Activities of the Hellenic College of Thessaloniki. The Coordinator of all the activities of the Hellenic College of Thessaloniki concerning issues of the UNESCO, the UN and the European Parliament, such as the editing and publication of handbooks with printed material, the production of audiovisual material with educational content, the organization of information days, seminars and events, the participation and attendance of Regional Conferences and International Symposia, the participation in Anniversary or European Year celebrations, the participation in simulations of institutions such as the UN and the European Parliament, the development of cooperation with the European Parliament Liaison Office in Greece, the United Nations Regional Information Centre for Western Europe (UNRIC) in Brussels and various Universities.