Unfortunately the COVID19 pandemic still imposes many restrictions to our lives, making the conduction of international events and traveling quite
COVID-19 pandemics demonstrated the impact that our lifestyle has on nature through its noticeable environmental footprint. Strict lockdowns and isolation
CRETE International Conference on Industrial and Hazardous Waste Management is rescheduled to 18th – 21st May, 2021. The Organizing Committee evaluated that the
She is a Doctor in Environmental and Hygiene Engineering working at the Municipality of Chania (Crete / Greece) since 2009, as well as a researcher at the Laboratory of Toxic and Hazardous Waste Management at the Technical University of Crete since 2003. Her research mainly focuses on the fields of soil and groundwater remediation, contaminated sites management and special hazardous waste management. She has participated in the conduction of more than 15 national and international projects on these fields. During her studies she received many honors and sponsorships (State Scholarships Foundation, Public Benefit Foundation Alexander S. Onassis, Technical Chamber of Greece and others). She has been an author, reviewer, as well as guest editor in different international scientific journals. In 2017 she was elected Task Group Co-Chair and member of the Scientific Advisory Panel of IWWG (International Waste Working Group). In 2019, she was also elected member of the Managing Board of the Company for the Exploitation and Management of the Property and Technological Park of the Technical University of Crete.
She is a Doctor in Environmental and Hygiene Engineering and a researcher at the Laboratory of Toxic and Hazardous Waste Management at the Technical University of Crete since 2008. Her research mainly focuses on polluted aquifer and groundwater remediation, as well as municipal solid waste management. During her studies she received many honours and sponshorpships (State Scholarships Foundation, Public Benefit Foundation Alexander S. Onassis and others).
Niki Katsaprakaki is a graduate of the Department of International and European Studies of Panteion University, majoring in International Relations and European Integration. Her professional experience and research interests focus on the study of international actors, public policies and their interactions, the study and analysis of risk as a management tool and the evaluation, processing and analysis of information for the purpose of in-depth information on decision making. In recent years she has worked in the Private Sector (in law firms and multinational companies) gaining a wealth of significant experience in organizing and managing specialized portfolios.