Aspa Kyriaki

Aspa KyriakiPersonal Information

Surname: Kyriaki
Forename: Aspa
Father’s name : Nikolaos
Date of birth: 15th September 1979
E-mail: akyr@uom.gr

 

 

 

Educational Background

March 2007: Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Balkan Slavic and Oriental Studies, University of Macedonia.

September 2003-September 2004: D.E.S en politique européenne - Institut d’Etudes Européennes, Université Libre de Bruxelles

September 1998-February 2003: Degree in International and European Political Studies, University of Macedonia

 

Working Experience

December 2005-today: Research Assistant, RDPRU, University of Macedonia

April 2005-September 2005: LEARNJOB S.A., Responsible for Leonardo da Vinci programmes

November 2004-April 2005: Research Assistant, Spatial Development Research Unit, Department of Urban Planning and Regional Development, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

February 2003-July 2003: Stage at the Committee of Regions, European UnionResearch WorkMember of Research Teams1.

2005-2006. “ MOVE – The Moving Frontier: The changing geography of production in labour intensive industries ”

2006-Today. “ CBCED- Challenges and Prospects of Cross Border Co-operation in the Context of EU Enlargement”

 

Seminars Participation

“The Law of the European Union: 25 years of operation in the Greek Juries”, Center of European and International Law (Thessaloniki, February, 2005)

“Discovering the New World: International Relations, Demographics, Economics, Information Society, Culture”, University of Macedonia & Thessaloniki’s American Consulate General (Thessaloniki, April, 2002)

 

Educational Activities

March 2000: Harvard University, Model United Nations Conference. Member of the delegation of theUniversity of Macedonia, representing Austria in the UN First Committee (Disarmament and International Security Committee)

Febraury 2000: University of Toronto, North American United Nations Conference. Member of the delegation of the University of Macedonia, representing Portugal in the UN Security Council

 

Languages

English (fluent)

French (fluent)

 

Computer skills

Statistical packages for quantitative and qualitative data analysis (SPSS, NVIVO)