Associate Researcher, Physicist

Asimina Stamatelopoulou M.Sc, PhD: is a physicist (2006-2010) with a master degree (2011-2013) on Environmental Physics and Meteorology and a PhD thesis (2014-2018) from the Department of Physics of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. The objective of her PhD thesis was the exposure assessment of vulnerable subpopulations to environmental factors and prediction of their possible health effects. She is working as a research scientist in the Atmospheric Chemistry and Innovative Technologies Laboratory (AirTech-Lab) of the National Centre for Scientific Research “Demokritos” (2013-now). She has also worked as an associate laboratory assistant in the Thermodynamic Physics Laboratory of the Department of Physics of the University of Athens (2011-2012). She has extensive experience both in large-scale monitoring of organic and inorganic pollutants and airborne particulate matter, as well as in chemical analysis techniques of environmental samples. In addition, she has valuable experience in creating and using statistical models for linking air pollution with adverse health effects (eg respiratory and cardiovascular problems) on humans. Moreover, she has extensive experience in big data statistical analysis, as well as in organizing and carrying out sampling campaigns that she gained from participating in major European programs that link the environment to human health (eg. ICARUS – Integrated Climate forcing and Air pollution Reduction in Urban Systems, HEALS-Health and Environment wide Associations based on Large population Surveys). Her scientific experience is summarized in 7 publications in scientific journals and 1 in a scientific book, 2 papers which are under review and 2 which are in submission process, as well as 22 announcements in international scientific conferences.

Selected Publications

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