Nicolaos Marianos

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 Nicolaos Marianos


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Curriculum Vitae

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Nikolaos Marianos holds a BSc in Shipping and Transportation Economics, a MSc in Transportation and New Technologies and a PhD in Integrated Evaluation Methods for Electronic Port Services, all from the Departments of Shipping, Trade and Transport of the University of the Aegean, Greece.

He is working as a project manager (PMP certified) and researcher in EU funded research projects for the University of the Aegean, GRNET and Agro-Know Technologies. Currently he is involved in the coordination of the CIP PSP Natural Europe, CIP PSP Organic.Lingua, FP7 SemaGrow, FP7 AgInfra, ISLE Erasmus Network and Comenius GreeNET initiatives.


He is an evaluation expert, specializing in the evaluation of IT/IS with several publications in scientific journals and conferences. Some publications can be found on ResearchGate ( He was responsible for the hands-on training in electronic commerce in the Department of Shipping, Trade and Transport at a undergraduate and a postgraduate level from 2003 till 2012. He has been working as a trainer for adult learners in the fields of ICT and eGovernment since 2002 and has experience in the organization of training seminars and workshops for teachers and trainers.


He's currently a member of the Laboratory of Research on Transport and Decision-Making and the Laboratory in Research in Shipping and Port Management.


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