Costas Charitidis (Greece)

Costas Charitidis is Professor at the School of Chemical Engineering of NTUA and Director of RNanoLab, est. 2006. He has extensive R&D experience through collaborations with international research centres  in the context of more than 60 projects funded by the European Commission and National funds, in many of them as Coordinator. He is a referee in International scientific journals, evaluator & scientific advisor of R&D projects. He is the author of several scientific books, chapters in international textbooks, and more than 400 scientific publications in peer-reviewed international journals and conference proceedings and his work has received ~7800 citations (h-index 44).

Nikos Thomaidis (Greece)

Academic Qualifications:
Ph.D. in Chemistry (1996), Chemistry Dept., University of Athens (UoA)
B.Sc. in Chemistry (1991), Chemistry Dept., UoA
Research Interests/Activities: (last 10 years)
High Resolution Mass Spectrometry: targeted and nontargeted screening determinations
Electrospray and Chemical Ionisation in Mass Spectrometry
Emerging contaminants and (bio)transformation products
Hydrophilic Interaction Liquid Chromatography (HILIC)
Chemometrics (supervised and unsupervised techniques)
Scientific Publications/Citations
>200 publications in refereed journals
>20 invited talks in national and international conferences
6 invited review papers in international journals
15 invited book chapters in collective volumes
>8000 citations (H-index >45)


Vasiliki Petousi (Greece)

Vasiliki Petousi is an Associate Professor and the Director of the Center for Gender Research (Gender Lab) of the Department of Sociology University of Crete, Greece. Her research and teaching interests include Sociology of Law, Criminology, Gender Studies, Bioethics, and Research Ethics and Integrity. She is the Chair and Member of ethics review committees in universities and research centers in Greece and, for many years, serves as an independent ethics reviewer for the EC and as an ethics advisor for research projects.   She is a Board member of the Feminist Approaches to Bioethics and has published on research ethics and integrity.

Eleni Spyrakou, NTUA (Greece)

Eleni Spyrakou is a senior researcher at the School of Chemical Engineering of the National Technical University of Athens. She has studied Philosophy, and she holds an MPhil in Philosophy focusing on Ethics and Political philosophy (King’s College London, UK) and a PhD (Hons) in Political Philosophy (University of Ioannina, Greece). Her main research interests include applied ethics (bioethics, environmental ethics, business ethics, research ethics and integrity), the ethics-politics relation and its epistemological problems, the methodology/ies of social sciences. During the last 4 years she has focused on research ethics and research integrity through Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe projects.

Panagiotis Kavouras (Greece)

Panagiotis Kavouras is a Physicist, with an MSc and a PhD in Physics. He is a senior researcher at the National Technical University of Athens. For several years he had been involved in research on industrial solid waste management and on mechanical properties characterisation. During the last several years he has focused in research on research integrity through his participation in several relevant EU-funded projects. He is involved in capacity-building and awareness-raising activities for research integrity in Greece and he holds a column on research integrity and research ethics that is published twice a month at a Greek science magazine.

Panagiota Lagi (Greece)

B.Sc. in Food Technology (2010-2015), Technical Educational Institute of Peloponnese
M.Sc. in Food Chemistry (2015-2017), National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.
Work Experience:
General Chemical State Laboratory (May 2015-Novemebr 2015)
Internship as food and beverage analyst
European Center for High Technology SA (EUCAT SA) (December 2016):
Principal Inspectors Food Safety and Health System according to ISO 22000: 2005