issue 3, year 2

Who is CATCH-EyoU

Introducing the Greek Team

The Greek Team

From the left Frosso Motti-Stefanidi, Vassilis Pavlopoulos, Nancy Papathanasiou, plus some members of the conference organization team.

The Greek team consisted of ten members, all of whom helped organize or carry through with the conference. All of the members were enthusiastically involved with the conference and held different responsibilities. Frosso Motti-Stefanidi, Vassilis Pavlopoulos and Nancy Papathanasiou, are all involved in the scientific activities of the CATCH-EyoU project: Frosso Motti-Stefanidi, in particular co-leads the WP2 on theoretical integration with Elvira Cicognani, and Shakuntala Banaji.

Professor of Developmental Psychology Frosso Motti-Stefanidi, head of the Greek team, held the main responsibility of organizing the conference in Athens, assembling the Greek team and managing the budget. Numerous times she had to make sure everything run flawlessly and with her foresight we could overcome any potential difficulties.

Associate Professor of Cross-Cultural Psychology Vassilis Pavlopoulos co-headed the Greek team. He co-organized the Athens’ conference, made the conference program and had the responsibility of putting everything together from ideas and requests from other teams to the paperwork that was required. Also, whenever a question the rest of the team members could rely on him to have the answer.

Post-doc researcher Nancy Papathanasiou, was responsible for making the hotel arrangements, communicating with other teams to arrange the interactive events and many more. Nancy was the link between the heads of the Greek team and the rest of the members. She also made sure that each of the members was able to do his/her job and keep a smile on his/her face.

Dimitra Kostoglou (MSc Neuropsychology), was head of the help desk in th conference. Together with Anastasios Raptis (MSc Clinical Psychology), were responsible for the registrations of the conferrers, the delivery of the paperwork and answering any questions.

The rest of the team consisted of Georgia Tzima (PhD Candidate), Eleni Lazari (MSc School Psychology), Thanos Kyritsis-who flew in from London to assist with the conference- (MSc Evolutionary Anthropology), Maria Stavrakaki (BSc Psychology) and Manos Lagos (BSc Psychology). You might have seen any of the members at the help desk or at the rooms, where they were helping the conventioneers and were making sure everything ran smoothly.

We hoped you all enjoyed the conference in Athens! We know we did…

See you in Brussels!

CATCH-EyoU has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement n. 649538