Dr Angeliki Antoniou is currently an Assistant Professor at the Department of Archival, Library and Information Studies of the University of West Attica (Greece), an honorary research staff at the Department of Information Studies of the University College London (UCL, UK) and an external researcher at the Athena Research & Innovation Center (Athens, Greece). She has received a degree in Preschool Education from the University of Athens (Greece), and Bachelor of Science in Social with Clinical Psychology from the University of Kent at Canterbury (UK). She has also obtained a Master of Science in Human Computer Interaction with Ergonomics (2001) from the University College London (UK) and a PhD in Educational Technologies for Museums from the Department of Computer Science and Technology (University of Peloponnese). In addition, Dr Antoniou is a concert pianist holding a degree in Music and a Piano diploma. She has numerous publications in international journals and conferences and she serves as a PC member and a referee in national and international conferences and international journals. Furthermore, she has participated both as a researcher and a coordinator in various national and European projects. She is also the co-founder of the Cultural Informatics workshop series. She is serving as a co-editor for journal special issues and she is also an associate editor for the ACM Journal of Computing and Cultural Heritage. Her research interests include cultural technologies, educational technologies, personalization, and visitor studies.
University of West Attica, Department of Archival, Library and Information Studies