MSc Giannis Saitis graduated from the Faculty of Geology of the University of Patras. Afterwards, he received postgraduate training in the University of Athens, and he has an MSc in Environmental Geology and he works mainly with the formations of Beach rocks . He has attended conferences and training schools on geological subjects. He has participated in research programmes on the subjects of the environment and environmental management.

Miltiadis Polidorou holds a degree in Geology from the University of Athens and currently he is Phd candidate in the Faculty of Geology and Geoenvironment, University of Athens. His research activities focus mainly on geomorphology, while he has worked on the dating method of Optically Stimulated Luminescense.
He has participated in various research projects related to Geology and Quaternary Geoenvironment.

Dr. Christophe Morhange is a geomorphologist with interests in sea level change and coastal deformations. Between 2009-2013, he was the head of the ANR project PALEOMED investigating the Holocene coastlines of the Nile delta and Malta. During the past 10 years, he has moved his research beyond Mediterranean coastal areas, including for instance the Oman Sea and the Black sea investigating mega-blocks. His research tools include bioindicators (rocky and clastic coasts), sedimentology, geoarchaeology and underwater geomorphology. In the Mediterranean, his research focuses on the evolution of many ancient harbours. His objective is to better understand the evolution of ancient harbours, a theme he started 25 years ago during archaeological excavations of Marseille’s Vieux Port (France). Using quantitative palaeoecological methods, he has moved from the characterization to the quantification of human impacts both within and outside ancient harbour basins.

 
 

Matteo Vacchi is a Postdoc Researcher at  CEREGE-Aix-Marseille University (France) in the framework of the Labex OT-Med. He holds a Msc in Geoscience and a Phd in Earth Science from the University of Genova (Italy). His Phd was focused of the Late Quaternary coastal evolution of Lesvos Island with particular interest on the neotectonic implications.His research includes coastal geomorphology and morphotectonics as well as the geologic and geomorphologic mapping of marine and coastal areas; Dr Vacchi has a background in field studies of sea level markers in Italy, Greece, USA and Caribbean developed mainly during his PhD. He’s currently interested in assessing the spatial variability of Holocene Relative Sea Level along the Mediterranean coastlines.

Dr. Stefano Furlani is researcher and Assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics and Geosciences, University of Trieste.

He is involved in the research fields of Near surface geophysics, ground-penetrating radar, Electrical Resistivity Tomography seismic and GPR data analysis, data processing and inversion, geophysical data integration, algorithm implementation, signal attributes.


 

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