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Angeliki Paraskevopoulou

Assistant Professor
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CV_EL_2020.pdf, CV_EN_2020.pdf

Personal Info

Dr. Angeliki T. Paraskevopoulou, is Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture and Ornamental Plants at the Laboratory of Floriculture & Landscape Architecture of the Agricultural University of Athens (AUA), since 2008. She has a strong background and many years of experience in the study and use of native and spontaneous plant species in landscape planting works, established either individually or in mixes, contributing to the enhancement of the local landscape character as well as the study of people’s preferences in the design of open green spaces such as healing gardens, school grounds, playgrounds, traditional settlements and beaches as well as derelict sites. Prior to her employment at AUA she has worked both abroad and in Greece as a full time agriculturist and landscape architect in designing and managing public urban spaces including a park of historical significance. She teaches in 4 under- and 9 post- graduate modules and acted as one of the Conveners of the 6th International Conference on Landscape & Urban Horticulture, held in Athens, June 20-25, 2016 under the auspices of the International Society for Horticultural Science (ISHS) and the Laboratory of Floriculture and Landscape Architecture of the Agricultural University of Athens, Greece. She has participated in several research projects funded by either private or public bodies of the Hellenic State and focused in general on subjects related to the design, establishment and management of sustainable planting schemes for urban green spaces and roof gardens. Her design of a Mediterranean garden for the Hellenic Pavilion at the World Exhibition of Horticulture at Horti-EXPO IGA 2003 in Rostock, Germany (25/4 -12/10/2003) received the bronze award. Amongst other publications she has peer reviewed publications in international journals, international conference proceedings and national conference proceedings. Visit for further information:

http://efp.aua.gr/sites/efp.aua.gr/files/CV_EN_2020.pdf.

 

CV_EL_2020.pdf, CV_EN_2020.pdf
Title Credits Undergrad/Postgrad Compulsory/Elective
Landscape Digital Media 2 Postgraduate Compulsory
Landscape Architecture Studio I 4 Postgraduate Compulsory
5 Undergraduate Elective
Cultural and Social Aspects of Landscape Architecture 3 Postgraduate Compulsory
Landscape Representation 3 Postgraduate Elective
Landscape Assessment 3 Postgraduate Compulsory
Environmental Impact Studies 3 Postgraduate Compulsory

RESEARCH PROJECTS:

Participated in the following Research Projects as a Collaborator:

11th September 2018 – 10st March 2019

“productive Green Infrastructure for post-industrial urban regeneration (proGIreg)” for the Municipality of Piraeus and funded by Horizon 2020.

1st August 2018 – 31st March 2019

“Landscape analysis of Lycabettus Hill and development of a strategy for highlighting its identity and sustainable management” funded by the Municipality of Athens.

2nd February 2015 – 31st May 2016

“Study of plant-based formations in the area of Pier I - SEMPO of Piraeus Port Authority S.A. with the aim of upgrading the environment” funded by the Piraeus Port Authority S.A.

1st August 2014 – 15th September 2014, 1st June 2015 – 15th July 2015,

“Funding for the Internship of the Departments of the Agricultural University of Athens” funded by ESPA.

25th September 2014 – 24th October 2014, November 2015 – December 2015, June 2016

“Curriculum of short training seminars Triptolemos, Division: Anhydrous Gardens – Green roofs (roof gardens) of Agrotourism Units" funded by the General Secretariat for Lifelong Learning and Youth.

1st June 2013 – 31st December 2013, 1st February 2015 – 30th June 2015

“Urban Greening Systems for the Mediterranean Region” funded by LEONARDO DA VINCI.

1st September 2012-31 August 2013, 1 September 2013-31 August 2014, 25 September 2014-31 August 2015

“ARCHEOSCAPE ‐ Integrated Vegetation Management in Archaeological Sites for Monument Protection and Enhancement of the Historic Landscape” – Thalis (2012-2015) co‐financed by Greece and the European Union, under the egis of the Education and Lifelong Learning operational program, NRSF 2007‐2013.

1st March 2010 – 30th April 2010

“Regeneration of the urban and suburban landscape of the Municipality of Neapoli, Lasithi, Crete, Hellas” financed by the Municipality of Neapolis, Crete.

1st April 2009 –  31st October 2009

“Management Plan of Pedion Areos and Attiko Alsos” funded by the Prefecture of Attica

1st March 2008 – 30th November 2008

“Planting design of the Port of Piraeus of the Piraeus Port Authority SA” funded by the Piraeus Port Authority S.A.

1st January 2006 – 31st March 2006

“Investigating the potential of establishing green roofs in schools” funded by the Schools Building Organisation S.A.

1st May 2003 – 31st July 2004

“Investigating the planting design of the surrounding area of the Hellenic Parliament” funded by the Hellenic Parliament

14th July 2002 – 13th December 2002

Investigating the substrates for planting on the roof of the Athens Concert Hall” funded by the Joint Venture “Geniki Etairia Kataskevon S.A.”, Elliniki Technodomiki S.A., Aktor S.A., Cooling Greece S.A., Avax S.A.

 

Participated in the following Research Projects as a Coordinator:

 

1st September 2015 – 31st August 2017

“Research Projects for Excellence IKY/SIEMENS” funded by the IKY/SIEMENS.

PUBLICATIONS

Only papers in peer reviewed, journals and conference proceedings, are included below.

 

PEER REVIEWED JOURNALS:

  1. Hitchmough J, Kendle AD, and  Paraskevopoulou AT, 2001. Seedling emergence, survival, and initial growth of forbs and grasses native to Britain and central / southern Europe in low productivity urban “waste” substrates. Urban Ecosystems, 5(4): 285 - 308.
  2. Hitchmough J, Kendle AD, and Paraskevopoulou AT, 2003. Emergence, survival, and initial growth of North American prairie forbs, and British meadow forbs in low productivity urban “waste” soils. Journal of Horticultural Science and Biotechnology, 72(1): 89-99.
  3. Hitchmough J,  Paraskevopoulou AT, and Dunnett N, 2008. Influence of grass suppression and sowing rate on the establishment and persistence of forb dominated urban meadows.  Urban Ecosystems, 11(1): 33 - 44.
  4. Kotsiris G, Nektarios PA, and Paraskevopoulou AT, 2012. Lavandula angustifolia growth and physiology is affected by substrate type and depth when grown under Mediterranean semi-intensive green roof conditions. HortScience, 47:311-17.
  5. Londra P, Paraskevopoulou AT, and Psychoyou M, 2012. Evaluation of water-air balance of various substrates on Begonia growth. HortScience, 47(2):311-317.
  6. Nektarios PA, Ntoulas N, Paraskevopoulou AT, Zacharopoulou A, and Chronopoulos I, 2014. Substrate and drainage system selection, and slope stabilization in an intensive type roof garden park: The case study of Athens Concert Hall. Landscape and Ecological Engineering, 10:29-46.
  7. Tampoukou A, Papafotiou M, Koutsouris A, and Paraskevopoulou AT, 2015. Teachers’ Perceptions οn the Use of Botanic Gardens as a Means of Environmental Education in Schools and the Enhancement of School Student Benefits from Botanic Garden Visits. Landscape Research, 40(5): 610-620.
  8. Apostolides E, Papafotiou M, Vissilia AM, and Paraskevopoulou A, 2015. Gardens and orchards of Kampos’ historical country mansions in Chios: an early trace of landscape architecture in Greece. Studies in the History of Gardens & Designed Landscapes, 35(4):290-311.
  9. Paraskevopoulou A, Mitsios I, Fragkakis I, Nektarios P, Ntoulas N, Londra, and Papafotiou M, 2015. The growth of Arthrocnemum macrostachyum and Halimione portulacoides in an extensive green roof system under two watering regimes. Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia, 4:242-249.
  10. Baltzoi P, Fotia K, Kyrkas D, Nikolaou K, Paraskevopoulou AT, Accogli AR, and Karras G, 2015. Low water–demand plants for landscaping and agricultural cultivations - a review regarding local species of Epirus/Greece and Apulia/Italy. Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia, 4:250-260.
  11. Akoumianaki – Ioannidou A., Paraskevopoulou AΤ, and Tachou V., 2016. School grounds as a resource of green space to increase child-plant contact. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 20(1): 375–386.
  12. Londra, P., Paraskevopoulou A., and Psychogiou, M., 2018. Hydrological Behavior of Peat- and Coir-Based Substrates and Their Effect on Begonia Growth. Water, 722(10): 1-15.
  13. Paraskevopoulou A.T., and Kamperi E., 2018. Design of hospital healing gardens linked to pre- or post-occupancy research findings. Frontiers of Architectural Research, 7: 395-414.
  14. Paraskevopoulou Α.Τ., Kamperi Ε., Demiris Ν., Economou Μ., Theleritis C., Kitsonas M., Papageorgiou C., 2018. The impact of seasonal colour change in planting on patients with psychotic disorders using biosensors. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 36: 50-56.
  15. Paraskevopoulou A.T., Nektarios P.A. and Kotsiris G., 2018. Post-fire attitudes and perceptions of people towards the landscape character and development in the rural Peloponnese, a case study of the traditional village of Leontari, Arcadia, Greece. Journal of Environmental Management, 241: 567-574.
  16. Paraskevopoulou A.T., Kontodaimon Karantzi A., Liakopoulos G., Londra P.A. and Bertsouklis K., 2020. The Effect of Salinity on the Growth of Lavender Species. Water, 12, 618.
  17. Paraskevopoulou A.T., Tsarouchas P., Londra P.A. and Kamoutsis A.P. 2020. The Effect of Irrigation Treatment on the Growth of Lavender Species in an Extensive Green Roof System. Water, 12, 863.

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS:

  1. Paraskevopoulou AT and Hitchmough JD, 1998. Investigating Pb and Cu Tolerance of Two Plant Populations. In: Proceedings of the International Conference on Protection and Restoration of the Environment IV, Vol. II, Halkidiki 1-4 July 1998.
  2. Paraskevopoulou Gibbins AT, 2005. The Substantial Effect of Landscape Management on Urban Park Regeneration. 42nd IFLA World Congress, Landscape Leading the Way, Edinburgh Scotland 26th-29th June, 2005.
  3. Paraskevopoulou Gibbins AT and Hitchmough JD, 2005. Copper and lead tolerance of Chamaenerion angustifolium. 1ο Διεθνές Συνέδριο για την Πολιτική, τη Διαχείριση και την Τεχνολογία Περιβάλλοντος – Eco Forum, Λευκωσία Κύπρου 28-30 Ιουνίου 2005.
  4. Chronopoulos J, and Paraskevopoulou Gibbins ΑT, 2006. Establishing vegetation for slope stabilisation in Hellas. Conference, Soil-Bioengineering: Ecological Restoration with Native Plant and Seed Material, Research and Education Centre for Agricultural (HBLFA) Raumberg-Gumpenstein, Irdning, Austria, 5 - 7 September 2006.
  5. Akoumianaki-Ioannidou A, Paraskevopoulou AT and Tachou V, 2010. The Significance of Plants in School Grounds and Environmental Education of Secondary Schools in Trikala, Hellas.  Acta Horticulturae (ISHS), 881: 843-846.
  6. Paraskevopoulou AT, Nektarios PA, Photinopoulou P,  Nydrioti E, Stergiopoulos G and Labropoulos P, 2010. The Restoration of the Fire Affected Area of the Medieval Castle Ruins at the Traditional Village of Leontari, Arcadia, Hellas. Acta Horticulturae (ISHS), 881: 905-908.
  7. Paraskevopoulou AT, Papafotiou M and Massas J, 2010. Suitable Plant Species to Meet the Environmental Conditions of the Piraeus Port. Acta Horticulturae (ISHS), 881: 555-558.
  8. Tampoukou A, Paraskevopoulou A, Papafotiou M, and Koutsouris Α, 2012. Investigating the infrastructure of botanic gardens in supporting a joint action with environmental education centres. Sixth European Botanic Gardens Congress, Chios Island, Greece, 28 May-2 June 2012. European Botanic Gardens in a Changing World: Insights into Eurogard VI, 399-404.
  9. Tampoukou A, Papafotiou M, Koutsouris A and Paraskevopoulou A, 2012. Botanic Gardens as a “tool” for environmental education of primary and secondary school students. Sixth European Botanic Gardens Congress, Chios Island, Greece, 28 May-2 June 2012. European Botanic Gardens in a Changing World: Insights into Eurogard VI, 265-271.
  10. Tampoukou A, Papafotiou M, Koutsouris A and Paraskevopoulou A, 2012. Investigating differences in opinions and perceptions of teaching staff of environmental education centres in utilising botanic gardens. Sixth European Botanic Gardens Congress, Chios Island, Greece, 28 May-2 June 2012. European Botanic Gardens in a Changing World: Insights into Eurogard VI, 307-312.
  11. Agorastou K, Paraskevopoulou A, Gkinis G1, and Bargianni E, 2012. Management of the National Garden – Strengthening the relationship between people, history and environment. Sixth European Botanic Gardens Congress, Chios Island, Greece, 28 May-2 June 2012. European Botanic Gardens in a Changing World: Insights into Eurogard VI, 209-213.
  12. Kanellou Ε, Papafotiou Μ, Paraskevopoulou Α, Economou F, Nektarios P, Kartsonas Ε, Alexopoulos A, Mouroutoglou C, Nifakos K, and Karras S, 2014. Developing wildflower methods for use in archaeological sites. 9th International Symposium on the Conservation of Monuments in the Mediterranean Basin, Improvements in conservation and rehabilitation – Integrated methodologies, Ankara, Turkey 3-5 June 2014, pp. 947-951.
  13. Apostolides Α., Papafotiou, Μ., Vissilia A.M. and Paraskevopulou A. 2014. The movement of water in orchards of Kampos: An old irrigation system. In: Kalavrouziotis I.K., Angelakis A.N. (Eds.) e‐Proceedings, IWA Regional Symposium on Water, Wastewater and Environment: Traditions and Culture, Patras, Greece, 22‐24 March 2014. Hellenic Open University, Patras, pp. 335‐344.
  14. Papafotiou M, Kanellou E, Economou F, Paraskevopoulou A and Kartsonas E, 2015. Establishing wildflower meadows as groundcover for use in archaeological sites. Proceedings of the International Conference on Changing Cities 2, Spatial, Design, Landscape & Socio-economic Dimensions, Porto Heli, Peloponnese, Greece 22-26 June 2015, pp 683-690.
  15. Paraskevopoulou AT, and Dasenaki I, 2015. Investigating visitor perceptions at Alsos Veikou urban park. International Conference on Changing Cities 2, Spatial, Design, Landscape & Socio-economic Dimensions, Porto Heli, Peloponnese, Greece 22-26 June 2015, pp. 699-705.
  16. Paraskevopoulou A, Spentzas A., Lahaniotis K., Karapanos I., Perdikis D., and Londra P., 2017. The establishment of a wildflower meadow “designed” for people to harvest. Under review for publication in Acta Horticulturae (ISHS), 1189: 119-124.
  17. Zilemenos C, and Paraskevopoulou A, 2017. An integrated design approach of a contemporary urban development. Acta Horticulturae (ISHS), 1189: 109-112.
  18. Paraskevopoulou A., and Athanasiou S., 2017. Children’s perception on the design of their playground. Acta Horticulturae (ISHS), 1189: 143-146.
  19. Marougka E, and Paraskevopoulou A, 2017. The design of the surroundings of Rizarios Ecclesiastical School and a proposal for its regeneration. Acta Horticulturae (ISHS), 1189: 77-80.
  20. Katsika E, Paraskevopoulou A, and Trigas P, 2017. A design approach to protect and enhance a natural wetland in Attica (Greece). Acta Horticulturae (ISHS), 1189: 355-358.
  21. Fotia K, Paraskevopoulou A, Baltzoi P, Lykas C, Patakioutas G, Gizas G, and Karras G, 2017. Effects of recycled and grey water on the growth of ornamental shrubs used in urban green spaces of north-western Greece. Acta Horticulturae (ISHS), 1189: 565-568.
  22. Alevizos I, Paraskevopoulou A, Kamoutsis A, Psychogiou M, and Londra P, 2017. The impact of design on the environmental contribution of street trees in Kallithea, Athens. Acta Horticulturae (ISHS), 1189: 251-255.
  23. Kanellou E, Papafotiou M, Economou G, and Paraskevopoulou A, 2017. Developing wildflower meadows for the enhancement of the archaeological landscape. Acta Horticulturae (ISHS), 1189: 43-47.
  24. Kamperi, E., Paraskevopoulou, A., Papageorgiou C., Papafotiou, M., Demiris, N., Economou, M., Theleritis, C., and Kitsonas, M., 2017. The preliminary works of a study on the design of healing gardens for patients. Proceedings of the International Conference on Changing Cities III: Spatial, Design, Landscape & Socio-economic Dimensions, Syros-Delos-Mykonos Islands, Greece, 26-30 June, 2017, 1157-1162.
  25. Paraskevopoulou, A., and Panou, M., 2017. Primary school pupils’ perceptions of a typical urban school ground. Proceedings of the International Conference on Changing Cities III: Spatial, Design, Landscape & Socio-economic Dimensions, Syros-Delos-Mykonos Islands, Greece, 26-30 June, 2017, 1182-1190.

NATIONAL CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS:

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