EU Code Week Ambassadors



Stamatis Papadakis

Dr. Stamatios Papadakis is post doc researcher in Educational Technology with emphasis on mobile learning at the Department of Preschool Education at the University of Crete, Greece (from 2016-). He has graduated from the Department of Informatics, Athens

Lia [Theodouli] Terzidou

CS teacher, Immersive Learning Developer and PhD Candidate at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki - Computer Science Department. President of the Greek Computer Society-Northern Greece Chapter and Member of the Organizing Committee for the Greek National Competition in Informatics for Students, whose winners represent Greece at the International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI). I am an advocate of teaching young people coding, which led me to found the "CoderDojo Thessaloniki", running free and fun Coding clubs for young people. Also, advocate and instructor at Google CS-First. Strong believer that Coding gives Kids a Superpower!

Spyros Blatsios

Spyros Blatsios is a Physics and Informatics teacher. Since 2002, he works at Platon Schools, Katerini, Greece. Currently he is the Head of the European Projects & Lifelong Learning Department. He has participated in many EU funded educational research projects such as SOCRATES/COMENIUS/MINERVA/FP7/ERASMUS+, and he's been engaged in educational robotics with publications since 2005. Spyros received his Bachelor of Science in Physics at Aristotle University, Greece and a Masters of Science in Information Technology at Hellenic Open University, Greece. He is currently a PhD candidate in Informatics at the University of Macedonia.

Anastasios Theodoropoulos

Informatics teacher in Greek Secondary Education and Postdoc in Computer Science Education. Firm believer of Game-Based Learning and kids' coding. Feeling enthusiastic that education shifts towards Code Literacy.