Pantelis Vatikiotis, Assistant Professor

Pantelis Vatikiotis (PhD, MA in Media & Communication Studies, University of Westminster, London; BA in Sociology, Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences, Athens) is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Communication, Media and Culture and Director of Journalism Lab (J-Lab), Panteion University.

He has also taught at: Kadir Has University, Istanbul; Izmir University of Economics (Turkey), University of Ioannina; Business College of Athens; New York College of Athens (Greece), University of Westminster, London (UK). From 2006 to 2008 he worked in mass media (SKAI TV).

His research and teaching interests include: new media and journalism, sociology of the internet, alternative media, social movements and activism, media and democracy. His publications include book chapters and journal articles in international academic publications.

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Telephone: 210-9201736

Office: D18, 4th Floor - New Building


Office hours:

  • Monday, 11:00 - 12:30
  • Thursday: 14:30-16:00



Karpouzis Kostas, Assistant Professor

Kostas Karpouzis is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Communication, Media and Culture. In his research, he’s looking for ways to make computer systems more aware of and responsive to the way people interact with each other. He is also investigating how gamification and digital games can be used in classroom and informal settings to assist conventional teaching and help teach social issues and STEAM subjects to children and adults. Since 1998, he has participated in more than twenty research projects funded by Greek and European bodies; most notably the Humaine Network of Excellence, leading research efforts in emotion modelling and recognition, the FP6 IP CALLAS project, where he served as Area Leader of Affective applications, the FP7 TeL Siren project (Technical Manager), which was voted Best Learning Game in Europe for 2013 by the Games and Learning Alliance Network of Excellence, the H2020 iRead project, which produced Navigo, the winner of the GALA Serious Games competition for 2018 and the H2020 ECoWeB project which builds engaging and personalized mobile applications to promote emotional wellbeing and prevent mental health problems in adolescents and young adults.

He is a member of the BoD for the gi-Cluster of Corallia, which consists of industrial and academic members of the game and creative ecosystem in Greece, a member of the Hellenic Bioethics and Technoethics committee and Chairman of the Board of the Hellenic Association of Computer Engineers. He co-edited a book on “Emotion in Games: Theory and Practice” published by Springer in late 2016. His Google Scholar profile is available at this, he is involved in a number of science communication activities, most notably Famelab Greece and He’s also an advocate for technology and CS in primary schools, participating in the Girls Go Coding initiative and serving as an Ambassador of EU Code Week in Greece (until 2018). He has participated as a speaker in 3 TEDx events, including TEDxAthens in 2019, while in 2016, he authored a lesson on the TED-ed platform titled “Can machines read your emotions?”; the lesson surpassed 300.000 views in its first week.

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Elizabeth Arseniou, Professor

Elizabeth Arseniou received her M.Phil, and Ph.D in Modern Greek Studies at Centre for Ottoman, Byzantine, and Modern Greek Studies of The University of Birmingham, UK. She is a Professor of Modern Greek Literature. She has taught Modern Greek Literature and Culture in Greece, England, and the U.S.A.

Research interests:

Modernist, avant-garde, postmodernist poetry and poetics, history and theory of literature (iconology, utopia, vision and gaze, identity, speech act theory, performativity, rhetoric, etc.), gender identity and feminist writing, media and communication, literature and technology, translation studies, cultural theory, etc.


  • 2018: Seven studies on C.P. Cavafy (ed. and intro.)
  • 2018: Cultural Poetry: the Glocal Writing of Demosthenes Agrafiotis, To Mellon, Athens
  • 2016: C.P Cavafy: the Value of Poetry. Metechmio, Athens.
  • 2012: Practical Introduction to the Study of Modern Greek Literature: Terms, Methods, Theory, Metechmio, Athens.
  • 2009: The Rhetoric of Utopia: Studies for the Transition to a New Avant-garde (five essays on the work of Andreas Empeirikos), Ypsilon/Books.
  • 2008: Gertrude Stein, Tender Buttons: Objects, Foods, Rooms, Translation and introduction, Typothito, Athens.
  • 2003: Aspirants and Makers: Journals, Texts and Movements in Postwar Greek Literature, Typothito, Athens.
  • 1995: Between Modernism and the Avant-Garde: Greek Literary Experimentation in the early 1960s (the Case of the Journal Pali), a thesis submitted to the Faculty of Arts of the University of Birmingham for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, July.


  • 2015: Joseph Ventura, Tanais (transl. and intro.), The Red Heifer Press, USA.
  • 2005: Odyssia, text for a siege, Gutenberg, Lalon Hydor, Athens.
  • 2010 Miliad, Gutenberg, Lalon Hydor, Athens.

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Πρόσκληση για Νέους Επιστήμονες - Απόκτηση ακαδημαϊκής διδακτικής εμπειρίας

Το Πάντειο Πανεπιστήμιο – Ειδικός Λογαριασμός Κονδυλίων Έρευνας στο πλαίσιο υλοποίησης της Πράξης «Απόκτηση Ακαδημαϊκής Διδακτικής Εμπειρίας σε Νέους Επιστήμονες Κατόχους Διδακτορικού́ 2019 - 2020» με κωδικό MIS 5045299 προσκαλεί Νέους Επιστήμονες, κατόχους Διδακτορικού́ Διπλώματος να εκδηλώσουν ενδιαφέρον για την παροχή διδακτικού έργου κατά το ακαδημαϊκό έτος 2019-2020, σε ένα από τα επιστημονικά πεδία που έχουν οριστεί από τα Τμήματα του Παντείου Πανεπιστημίου για το ακαδημαϊκό έτος 2019-2020.
Στο Πάντειο Πανεπιστήμιο αναλογούν 35 θέσεις για όλα τα Τμήματα, οι οποίες με την απόφαση της Συγκλήτου (Συνεδρίαση 18η, 4 4 201 99) κατανεμήθηκαν από 4 θέσεις σε όλα τα Τμήματα πλην του Τμήματος Κοινωνικής Ανθρωπολογίας στο οποίο κατανεμήθηκαν 3 θέσεις.
Οι ενδιαφερόμενοι/ες νέοι/ες Επιστήμονες κάτοχοι Διδακτορικού Διπλώματος καλούνται να υποβάλλουν αίτηση υποψηφιότητας σε ένα μόνο από τα επιστημονικά πεδία και για όλα τα μαθήματα που ανήκουν στο επιστημονικό πεδίο της επιλογής του υποψηφίου διδάσκοντα, σε μόνο ένα τμήμα του Παντείου Πανεπιστημίου καθώς επιτρέπεται μόνο μια αίτηση υποψηφιότητας ανά διδάσκοντα για το ακαδημαϊκό έτος 2019 – 2020.
Οι φάκελοι υποψηφιοτήτων θα πρέπει να έχουν υποβληθεί εντύπως σε δύο αντίγραφα το αργότερο έως και την Δευτέρα 15 Ιουλίου 2019

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Gazi Angeliki, Assistant Professor

Αngeliki Gazi is an Assistant Professor in Research Methods at the Department of Communication, Media and Culture, Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences, Athens and Research Affiliated at the Social Computing Research Center, Cyprus University of Technology. She was born and raised in the island of Lefkada. She has worked as a Visiting Lecturer and Assistant Professor at the Department of Communication and Internet Studies, Cyprus University of Technology (2009 - 2018). She has taught at National and Kapodistrian Univeristy of Athens (2004-2008) and at the National Centre of Public Administration and Local Government, Athens (2006–2007).

Angeliki Gazi holds a PhD and M.A. from the Department of Communication and Media Studies, National and Kapodistrian Univeristy of Athens, specializing in the media psychology (identity and technology) and a bachelor degree in Psychology, University of Ioannina, Greece. Her clinical training concerned group analysis at Centre International de Recherche, de Formation et d' Intervention en Psychosociologie (CIRFIP) and National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (2000 – 2002).

Her research interests concerns the fields of Identity, Emotions, Relationships in Radio, Television, Internet - Interpersonal, Intergroup Communication, Identity and Emotions via Μediated Experience Applications, Social Media, Mobile Phones, Locative Media - Personal Relationships in Technopsychological Systems and Hybrid Environments. She is a member of the International Editorial Board of the “Journal of Radio and Audio Media”, Broadcast Research Association, Routledge ed. and a member of the International Editorial Board of “The Radio Journal”, Intellect Ltd., UK., a founding member and Chair of the Division: Media Psychology and Technology, of Hellenic Psychological Association (, founding member and former member of the Scientific Board of Social Computing Research Center, Cyprus University of Technology (, a member of Scientific Committee of Groupe de Recherches et d’ Etudes sur la Radio (GRER), a founding member and former Vice Chair of the Radio Research Section of European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA).

She has published articles in refereed international journals, three books and she participated in international conferences.


Office Δ 13, Fourth Floor, New Building, Panteion University, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Office Hours (Winter semester 2020 – 2021):

  • Wednesday 15.00-17.00, (Office Δ13), upon request via e-mail

Vovou Ioanna, Assistant Professor

Ioanna Vovou is an Assistant Professor at Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences (Athens, Greece), in the Department of Communication, Media and Culture. She has the title of «Maître de Conférences» in the French public University “Université Paris XIII” where she was teaching for the period 2002-2007. She has also taught in the following French public Universities: Université Paris III-Sorbonne Nouvelle, Université Paris VIII, Université Paris XII. She is a full member of the «Centre d’Etudes des Images et des Sons Médiatiques» (CEISME/CIM, University of Paris III-Sorbonne Nouvelle).

Her research interests focus on the relation between the media and the society, on media analysis and media discourses. She is participating in international research projects and is the author of essays dealing with the history of television, the political talk shows on Greek television, social representations in reality TV, gendered representations in the media and intermedial communication and culture issues.

She is currently participating in the international network CREA2S «Creative Shift Studies» questioning the injunctions to creativity, since they are no longer reserved for the cultural and creative industries, but increasingly contaminate other traditional sectors, including media and new media content.


Office: 10, 3d floor, New Building,

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Office hours:

  • Tuesdays 14:00 - 15:00, Office: 10, 3d floor, New Building & Wednesdays 17:00 - 18:00, Studio Hill, Plaka


CREA2S International Conference: The creative contagion,
17-19 October 2018, Panteion University, Athens, Greece

Dounas Demetres, Laboratory Teaching Staff

  • I completed my undergraduate studies at the University of Adelaide, in South Australia, obtaining the Bachelor of Education degree.
  • I continued my studies at the University of Sydney where I successfully completed the Master of Arts (Honours) - Preliminary program in the Department of Modern Greek. 
  • In 1997 I completed the postgraduate program in the application and use of advanced technological methods in the field of education and I received the Graduate Diploma in Computer Based Learning from the University of Technology in Sydney
  • In the period 1998-1999 I conducted scientific research in Athens in the context of a scholarship awarded by the Onassis Foundation
  • In 2002 I was admitted to the Postgraduate Program "Information and Communication Technologies in Education" at the University of South Australia. I successfully completed this program in 2003 and received the Master of Education - Educational Computing.
  • From 1989 to 1991 I worked as a Research Fellow at Flinders University in South Australia.
  • In 1991 I was elected Lecturer in the Department of Modern Greek Studies at the same University, a position I held until 1996, teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, at both Flinders University and the University of Adelaide as part of the Languages Outreach Program. At the same time I was involved in creating multimedia applications for the School of Languages at Flinders University ​​as well as conducting research for the School of Communication, International Studies and Languages ​​at the University of South Australia.
  • From 1998 to 2003 I taught in the Department of Communication, Media and Culture of Panteion University. 
  • In 2003 I was appointed as Specialized Technical Laboartory Personnel teaching in the area of  educational use of new technologies.
  • Since 2003 I have been teaching the subjects "Introduction to Computing - Information Technology" and "Introduction to the Web Science"
  • Since 2014 I have been Laboratory Teaching Staff in the area of Information and Communication Technologies in Teaching and Learning.

I have contributed, among others, to the organization of seminars for both undergraduate and postgraduate students in the use of the Library and electronic sources of information, to the design, maintenance and continuous updating of  the Department's wbsite and the website of the  Communication divison and the postgraduate Program "Communication and the Rhetoric of the Media”, the Moodle LMS, in the education of the students for the correct presentation of scientific works (bibliographic documentation, citations, footnotes, bibliography entry), in the publication of the Department's Calendars, in the organization of the Postgraduate Program, in the publication of the electronic magazine Lapsus Linguae. I have also participated in the organization of events and international conferences organized by the Department. 


My research and teaching interests include:

  • E-learening
  • Development of digital educational material
  • Use of Information and Communication Technologies [ICT] in teaching and learning
  • Website Development

In the context of my scientific activities and teaching interests, I have published the following related works:



  • Introduction to Computing - Information Technology (1st Semester)
  •  Introduction to the Web Science (2nd Semester)
Office: Δ17 [4th Floor - New Building]
  • Τelephone: 210-9201737
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Office hours: 
  • Tuesday:   15:00-16:30 
  • Wednesday:  17:00-19:00


Kaperonis Stavros, Laboratory Teaching Staff

Dr. Stavros D. Kaperonis is working as Laboratory Teaching Staff in the Department of Media, Communication and Culture at Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences, Athens, Greece. He holds a BSc (Hons) from the School of Science and Technology, department of Natural Sciences (HOU), an MSc in Services Management from the Department of Business Administration at Athens University of Economics and Business and a PhD in Design (web aesthetics) and web usability from the Department of Public Administration at the Panteion University of Athens-Greece. Dr. Kaperonis has participated in many research projects and he has been teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate programs of Media, Communication and Design in Greece, since 2015. He has been invited to give guests lectures in Italy and China. Main research interests of Dr. Kaperonis includes web design, UX, CX, AI/AR/VR/MR/XR, e-aesthetics & atmospherics, Video Storytelling,  Communication management, Social media, new media tools in journalism, strategic information systems planning, services customization, Fuzzy set Qualitative Comparative Analysis (FsQCA), business process modeling and management.

He teaches the following Postgraduate and Undergraduate courses: "Media and Digital Applications in journalism" "Design as communication tool", "Information Society, Media and Technology", "Social media and journalism", "Digital Journalism", "Social media and media culture", "Public relations and adv: apps, code, games". He is the director of "Spam Radio", the web Radio station of the Department of Media, Communication and Culture-Panteion University. Ηe is an external associate partner in the Postgraduate Program "MSc in Services Management" of the Athens University of Economics and Business. He also teaches as a visitor Assistant Professor in the Undergraduate program "International Marketing Management" of the Athens University of Economics and Business. He has taught at Zhejiang University of Media & Communications in Shanghai, at University of Sapienza-Rome and the University of Firenze. He holds seminar certificates from the Universities of SDA Bocconi Italy, USI Universita della Svizzera Italiana, Zurich's ETH University and the University of Monaco. He has been a co-organizer at many workshops in Mobile Journalism, Journalism and Social Media and entrepreneurial journalism in collaboration with the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Foundation and journalist Elina Makri. In 2016, he was co-organiser the first Athens Startup Weekend on Entrepreneurial Journalism with the support of the US Embassy. in Athens and in collaboration with Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism at CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. In 2018 he was co-organiser at the second "Athens Startup Weekend & Summit on Entrepreneurial Journalism: Audio and Radio Innovation Edition" in collaboration with Antenna Music.

He has participated in international conferences with referees and he has published journals and conference papers in Springer and other publishers. His reseach has been awarded three times with the Best Paper Award. He has published a chapter in book with IGI Global Publications.

He participated as a member of the organizing committee at conferences and he has supervised a large number of postgraduate and undergraduate theses. He is a design expert in the following issues: video and audio editing, video storytelling, e-aesthetics, UX, AR, AI, VR/MR, prototyping, usability, consumer experience, HCI and social network management. posters, newspapers and magazines, photo editing.


Personal webpage Stavros Kaperonis


Office ΣT3, 6th floor - New building,

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Social Media Accounts

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Research Awards

Best paper award Barcelona '17    |    Best paper award Venice '18     |     Best paper award Athens '18


GR CV Dr. Kaperonis Stavros  |    Eng CV Dr. Kaperonis Stavros



Iordanoglou Dimitra, Assistant Professor

Dimitra Iordanoglou is an Assistant Professor of Organization and Human Resource Management at Panteion University, Department of Communication, Media and Culture. She holds two Ph.Ds from the University of Manchester and the Athens University of Economics and Business. She teaches in the Postgraduate programs New Media and Journalism and Cultural Management (Panteion University) and Human Resources Management (Athens University of Economics and Business). She is also a Fulbright Visiting Scholar at Stevens Institute of Technology, USA. 

Dimitra is the author of the books Human Resource Management in Modern Organizations (2008) and Leaders of the Future (co-author, 2016). She has been working as Human Resource Management Consultant for many years and she was also the scientific coordinator of the EU-funded project Young Business Leaders.

Dimitra was a mentor at the Athens Startup Weekend Entrepreneurial Journalism and the Athens Startup Weekend Education (SWEDU). She is a Certified Coach on Emotional Intelligence and a member of the NeuroLeadership Institute.


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