Faculty

Adamantia Pateli, President of the Department, Associate Professor-Department of Informatics

Short Curriculum Vitae: Adamantia Pateli holds a degree from the Department of Informatics of the Athens University of Economics and Business, a postgraduate degree from the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST) and a doctorate from the Department of Management Science and Technology at the Athens University of Economics. Her research interests focus on areas such as: Information Systems Management, Business Models, Digital Entrepreneurship, Open Innovation and Crowdsourcing. Email: pateli@ionio.gr

Katia-Lida Kermanidou, Vice President of the Department, Associate Professor-Department of Informatics

Short Curriculum Vitae: Katia Lida Kermanidou holds a diploma from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Technology of the University of Patras and a doctorate from the same department. Her research interests focus on areas such as: Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing, User Modeling and Computer Applications in the Humanities and Social Sciences. email: kerman@ionio.gr

Joseph Papadatos, Dean of the School of Economics, Professor-Department of Music Studies

Christina Beneki, Vice Rector for Research, Lifelong Learning and Development, Associate Professor- Department of Tourism

Short Curriculum Vitae: Dr. Christina Beneki, studied mathematics at the Department of Mathematics of the University of Patras. He completed postgraduate studies in Theoretical Mathematics in the same Department. At the University of Patras she also prepared her doctoral dissertation in the field of Differential Geometry and in particular in the field of characterization of Kahler manifolds with the help of small geodesic cylinders. email: benekic@ionio.gr

Konstantinos Artikis, Assistant Professor-Department of Tourism

Short Curriculum Vitae: Dr. Konstantinos Artikis, studied Mathematics at the University of Athens and completed postgraduate studies (MPhil & PhD) at the University of Bradford (UK) in stochastic modeling with applications in Risk Management and at the University of Piraeus (PhD) in information systems modeling. His research interests focus on areas such as Business Risk Management as well as information systems modeling. email: kartikis@ionio.gr

Alkmini Gritzali, Assistant Professor-Department of Tourism

Sofia Karampela, Assistant Professor-Department of Tourism

Short Curriculum Vitae: Dr. Sofia Karampela is Assistant Professor (in Tourism Economics) at Ionian University (Corfu), Lecturer (in Agritourism) at Agricultural University of Athens and PostDoc Researcher at University of the Aegean (Mytilene), Greece. She has also worked in the private sector as business consultant, producing financial and regional studies, as well as a researcher in the implementation of projects co-funded by the European Union. Her research interests are focused on local and regional development of islands, networks, tourism planning and sustainability.

Panagiotis Manolitzas, Assistant Professor-Department of Tourism

Short Curriculum Vitae: Panagiotis Manolitzas, conducted his doctoral dissertation at the School of Production Engineering & Management of the Technical University of Crete in the field of Strategic Business Planning using simulation techniques and Multi-Criteria Analysis. He studied Management at the University of Athens and received a Master’s degree in Public Management from the University of Athens. His research interests focus on areas such as strategic business planning with simulation and multi-criteria analysis techniques and customer satisfaction assessment. email: pmanol@ionio.gr

Miltiadis Mpotsis, Assistant Professor-Department of Tourism

Naoum Mylonas, Assistant Professor-Department of Tourism

Short Curriculum Vitae: Dr. Naoum Mylonas is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Tourism of the Ionian University in the field “Entrepreneurship in the Creative and Cultural Industries” (1504 / 08-07-2021, vol. C). He holds a PhD from the Department of Economics of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH) in the field of entrepreneurship. His doctoral dissertation was funded by the NSRF Scholarship Act “Heraclitus II”. He also holds the following degrees: BSc in Economics at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh), MSc in Development Management at the London School of Economics (LSE) and MSc in International and European Economic and European Economic Studies at the Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB).