Postdoctoral Researcher, Physicist


Politi Konstantina is a Research associate at the Environmental Research Laboratory of NCSR “Demokritos”. She holds a B.Sc. in Physics (University of Athens, 2007), M.Sc. in “Prevention and Management of Natural Disasters” (Department of Geology and Geo-environment, University of Athens, 2010) and PhD from the department of Geology and Geo-environment (University of Athens, 2023). Her expertise focuses on climate modelling and climate simulations, statistical and extreme value analysis, post processing of climate data and calculation of climate indices in the context of climate change.  She has participated in several EU-funded projects on the topic of climate change, and she is currently involved in European research projects related to climate hazards, risk assessment and adaptation measures.  She has authored and co-authored several publications in peer reviewed journals and participated in international refereed conferences.

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Selected Publications

Selected Grants

Developing a holistic, risk-wise strategy for European wildfire management

2020-2023 | H2020 101003890

Wildfires represent a significant challenge for both society and the economy. The EU-funded FirEUrisk project will develop, assess, and promote a science-based integrated strategy to improve existing wildland fire risk assessment, create efficient methods to reduce fire risk and adapt management str...


Accelerating and upscaling transformational adaptation in Europe: demonstration of water-related innovation packages

2021-2025 | H2020 101036683

The TranformAr project aims to develop and demonstrate products and services to launch and accelerate large-scale and disruptive adaptive process for transformational adaptation in vulnerable regions and communities across Europe. The 6 TransformAr lighthouse demonstrators face a common challenge: w...


An integrated application platform to protect and promote cultural and tourist sites

2017-2022 | EU and Greek national funds (ΕΣΠΑ 2014-2020)

The XENIOS project aims to develop services for the short-, medium-, and long-term forecast of extreme natural phenomena and natural disasters in sites of tourist and cultural interest, which are also vulnerable to natural hazards. The ultimate objective is to contribute towards a more effective man...


A panEuropean framework for strengthening Critical Infrastructure resilience to climate change

2015-2018 | H2020 653824

EU-CIRCLE’s scope is to derive an innovative framework for supporting the interconnected European Infrastructure’s resilience to climate pressures, supported by an end-to-end modelling environment where new analyses can be added anywhere along the analysis workflow and multiple scientific discipline...

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