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Scientific Partners

Aggelos Kotios

kotiosAggelos Kotios, is a Professor of International and European Economic and Development Relations and the Dean of School of Economics, Business and International Studies at University of Piraeus, and a Key Academic staff member in the project. During 1995-2008 he was Professor at the University of Thessaly, where from 2005 to 2008 was a Vice Rector. He received a Diploma in Economics from the University of Thessaloniki in 1979, and his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Tübingen (Germany) in 1986. From 1987 to 1990 he worked at the University of Tübingen as research fellow. From 1991 to 1993 he was a special advisor at the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs. His research interests are in economic crisis, international trade policy, international monetary policy, European integration and development policy. He is author of many books and papers on international and European economy. He participates in several European programmes such as Youth in Action and Jean Monnet Projects (B.E.S.T., EuropeStARTs, YouthActiv, Universities4EU).

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University of Piraeus
Office: 602, Grigoriou Lambraki 126
Tel.: 210 414-2747
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Charalampos Gkousios

gousiosCharalampos Gkousios is an Associate Professor at the Piraeus University and a Key Academic staff member in the project. He is teaching French language and Terminology of international relations, international and European institutions, international and European politics and economic relations and the applications of new technologies of teaching the foreign languages and terminology. Since 2007 he is the Erasmus and Erasmus placement mobility programs coordinator of the department of International and European studies [University of Piraeus]. He is also an accredited teachers’ trainer concerning the appliance of new technologies and asynchronous platforms at the educational process. Since 2011 he is a member of scientific and didactic stuff in numerous of Jean Monnet European programs. Finally he is a fellow at the Research Unit on Rhetoric, Communication and Persuasion of the Centre on International and European Affairs, specialized in Research concerning France.

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University of Piraeus
Office: 405, Androutsou 150
Tel.: 210 414-2734 
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Dr. Gabriel V. Diamantis

diamantisStaff Position: Associate Professor

Gabriel Diamantis is an Professor “English for Specific and Academic Purposes” at the University of Piraeus. He studied English Language and Literature at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. He held a postgraduate degree in Theoretical Linguistics of the Essex University of United Kingdom and he holds a PhD in Theoretical Linguistics from the Aristotle University and the Westminster University. 

He was educated at the Directorate General for Translation in Luxembourg (Directorate-General –Greek translation unit EL-4 “Employment, health and consumer protection, education, internal market, enterprise, administration”. 2005).

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Πανεπιστήμιο Πειραιώς
Γραφείο: 150 Κτίριο: Ανδρούτσου 150
Τηλ.: 210 414-2735 
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Grigoriou Panagiotis

grigoriouPanagiotis Grigoriou is Professor in International and European Institutions, at the Department of Sociology of the University of Aegean. Since 2002 he holds a Jean Monnet Chair on the European Political Integration.
He is Dean at the School of Social Studies at the University of the Aegean and General Director of the international Summer School on European Governance, organized on the island of Lesbos.
Between 2003 and 2008 he was a member of the Congress of the Euro-Mediterranean University (EMUNI) in Slovenia and has also participated actively in its educational activities. He is President of the Administrative Board of the European Community Studies Association (ECSA – Greece) and member of the Hellenic Society for International Law and International Relations.

He has taught as visiting professor in many academic institutions in Europe, in Africa and in Canada (Paris III- Sorbonne Nouvelle, Luxembourg, Institut d’ Etudes Politiques de Strasbourg, Krakow, Faculty of Public Administration & Political Science of Bucharest, Montpellier 3, Institut européen de Genève, Centre européen de formation de Berlin, Laval, UQAM, Montréal, Marrakech, Abidjan, etc)
His scientific work is focused on European law and European politics issues, but also on topics that deal with International Law.

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University of the Aegean - Department of Sociology
Office: "Perivalontos" (Xenia Β') Ground floor, Lofos Panepistimiou, 81 100 Mytilene
Tel.: 22510 36521 
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Nikos Zachariadis

zachariadisNikos Zachariadis, is a Professor of Political Science at the State Department University of Alabama in Burmingham, where he also served as Dean of Political Science between the years 2000-2006 and 2012-2014, further more between 2003 and 2010 he was Dean of International Studies in the same department. In 2014 and 2015 he served as visiting scholar in the Institute of Political Studies in Grenoble, France and in the London School of Economics and Political Science, UK in 2007.

He holds a Bachelor degree in Communication / France from the Slipper Rock University, Master’s Degree in Political Science from the University of Georgia and Graduate Certificate in Global Policy Studies, University of Georgia, 1990. He holds also Ph.D. title from the University of Georgia in Political Science in 1992 and he was awarded with the Samuel H. Beer Dissertation Prize for best dissertation in the years 1992-94 from the British Politics Group.

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Department of Government
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Office: 410 Heritage Hall, 1401 University Boulevard
Birmingham AL 35294 USA
Tel. (205) 934-3482; FAX: (205) 975-5712
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Sergiu MISCOIU

miscoiuDr. Sergiu MISCOIU is Associate Professor of Political Science at the Faculty of European Studies, Babes-Bolyai University in Cluj-Napoca (Romania) where he chairs the Department of International Relations and American Studies. He holds a PhD in Political Science(University of Paris-East Marne-la-Vallée),and another one in History (Babes-Bolyai University), and a habilitation in Political Science (University of Paris-East).

His main research interests are the constructivist and the alternative theories applied to the nation building processes, to populism and to the political dynamics of the European and African public spaces.

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Universitatea Babes-Bolyai
Facultatea de Studii Europene
Str. Kogalniceanu nr 1, Cluj-NapocaDepartment of Government
Mobil. 0723033290
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Raphaela Averkorn

raverkornMedieval and Modern History - Jean Monnet Chair “ad personam”

Professor Dr. Raphaela Averkorn holds a Chair of Medieval and Modern History and a Jean Monnet Chair “ad personam” in European Integration History at the Department of History, Faculty I, University of Siegen, Germany. She is also the director of two international, interdisciplinary Master Programmes „Roads to Democracy(ies)“ and “International Cultural Studies”. She has been appointed permanent honorary visiting professor at the School of Political Theory, Department of International Relations, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China. Previously she worked during 14 years as Assistant Professor and later as Associate Professor at the University of Hannover, Germany.
She holds a PhD from the University of Münster, Germany and a “Habilitation” at the University of Hannover, Germany.

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University of Siegen
Faculty I, Department of History
Adolf-Reichwein-Str. 2
57068 Siegen
Germany
Phone: + 49 271 740 2011 / 2138
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J. Alejandro del Valle Gávlez

gavlezJ. ALEJANDRO DEL VALLE GÁLVEZ has been Full Professor of Public International Law and International Relations in the University of Cadiz since 2001 and Full time Associate Professor (1991), and Lecturer in the University of Granada (Spain) since 1984. He also holds a Ph. D., Oct. 1988.

Jean Monnet Chair on «Borders and Immigration» of European Union Law, awarded by the
European Commission in 2006. Holder of a Jean Monnet Chair since 2000. Responsible of the European Module J. Monnet in the University of Saarlandes, Germany 1992-93.

He served as Legal Adviser for the President of the European Court of Justice, Luxembourg (1991-1998). Vice Rector for International Relations and Cooperation of the University of Cádiz (Spain), (2007-2010). Dean of the Law Faculty of the University of Cádiz (2002-2004) . Member of the Senate of the Euro Mediterranean University-EMUNI of the UfM- E.U., since 2009.Editor-in-Chief of the Revista de Derecho Comunitario Europeo published by
the Centro de Estudios Políticos y Constitucionales de Madrid 2004-2013. Co-Director of the Electronic Journal Paix et Sécurité Internationales and Director of 3 Research Projects (I+D+I) 2005-2015 of the Ministry of Education in Spain.

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Dr. Alejandro del Valle Gálvez
Full Professor of Public International Law
Jean Monnet Chair on Borders and Immigration, EU Law
University of Cádiz- Law Faculty
Avda. de la Universidad - E-11405 Jerez - CÁDIZ -Spain
Ph (+34) 956037075 - Fax 956037054- Mob 639478991
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Philippe Poirier

poirierPhilippe Poirier (1971) is Professor in Political Science at the University of Luxembourg. He holds a Chair in Legislative Studies from the Luxembourg Parliament and is heading the European governance research program at the University of Luxembourg. He has been appointed permanent honorary visiting professor at the University of Paris Sorbonne (Celsa) and (Paris). He is Political Advisor for the Council of Europe Group of States against Corruption and European Commission for Democracy through Law and for the European Parliament Committee on Constitutional Affairs. He’s Executive Director of Etudes Parlementaires Series, Publishers Larcier and General Secretary of European Political Science Foundation (Brussels). He holds a PhD from the University Rennes I /Ottawa in Political science and in he received the “Habilitation” in Social Sciences from the Conseil National des Universités (France).

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Université du Luxembourg
Chaire de recherche en études parlementaires- http://chaireparlementaire.eu
Maison des Sciences Humaines
11, Porte des Sciences L-4366 Esch-Belval
Bureau/Office : E234
Téléphone/Phone : (00352) 46 66 44 6400
Télécopie/Fax : (00352) 46 66 44 6401
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Pierre Vercauteren

vercauterenPierre Vercauteren is professor at the Faculty of Economic, Social, Political, and Communication Sciences of the Catholic University of Louvain-Mons in Belgium. He primarily teaches international relations and the . Since 2000 he is teaching “Global Governance” as a at the Institute for European Studies at the Free University of Brussels and at the University of Paris Est. He is Secretary General of the international research network REGIMEN (Réseau d’Etude sur la Globalisation et la Gouvernance Internationale et les Mutations de l’Etat et des Nations).

His main fields of research are global governance and the transformation of the State. Since 2001 he is director of the collection ‘Science Politique’ of the Belgian Association of Political Science of the French community of Belgium. He is a member of LIPHA (LaboratoireInterdisciplinaired’Etude du Politique Hannah Arendt) of the Université Paris Est.

Pierre Vercauteren
Professor
Faculty of Economic, Social, Political and Communication Sciences UCL-Mons
REGIMEN
(Réseau d’Etude sur la Globalisation et la Gouvernance Internationale et les Mutations de l’Etat et des Nations)
Catholic University of Louvain
Belgium
Tel : 00.32/(0)65.32.33.61