Aristotle Unversity of Thessaloniki, Greece
Anastasia Poupkou is a Physicist. She holds a MSc degree in Environmental Physics and a PhD degree in Atmospheric Physics. Her expertise is mostly on atmospheric modeling, compilation of anthropogenic pollutant emission inventories, modeling of natural emissions and on air quality models evaluation. She has 40 publications in peer-reviewed journals and 49 publications in the proceedings of international conferences
She has been involved in many European research projects (FP6, FP7, Horizon2020, European Territorial Cooperation Programmes and European Space Agency) and National ones focusing on the modeling and monitoring of the atmospheric composition and climate change. Her duties were relevant with research, project management and coordination, networking and collaboration with policy makers and stakeholders. She has participated in the COST Action "Towards a European Network on Chemical Weather Forecasting and Information Systems" and in the EU “Forum for air quality modelling in Europe”. She has been also an evaluation expert of the H2020 and FP7 Programmes.
Currently, she is working as a research associate of the Laboratory of Atmospheric Physics of the Department of Physics of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki involved in the INTERREG MED project REMEDIO under the thematic of Urban Transport and in the LIFE Climate Change Adaptation project LIFE ASTI. In addition, she is an academic staff (adjunct) of the Hellenic Open University in the framework of the Programme of Postgraduate Studies “Waste Management”.