The Study Guides that will be conducted by the Presidency of each Committee will be supervised by academics and experts of the Secondary and Higher Education.
Alberto Prati is an economist, working at the intersection of behavioural economics, philosophy of science and social psychology. Since 2020, he has joined University of Oxford as a postdoctoral research fellow of the Wellbeing Research Centre and SciencesPo Paris as a lecturer in Economics. He is an associate faculty at the Aix-Marseille School of Economics and a research associate of the French Well-being Observatory. He has been a consultant for the OECD within the Better Life Initiative.
His research explores the relationship between time, judgments and decisions, with a particular focus on subjective well-being. He has also been studying cognitive biases, environmental sustainability and political preferences, using quantitative socio-economic
Antonia Zervaki is an Assistant Professor of International and European at the University of Athens. She is a graduate of the School of Philosophy of Athens University with a PhD in International Relations/Organisations (Athens School of Law, Economics and Political Science). She also holds the following degrees: MA in European Studies (University of Exeter/Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Rennes); MA in European Organisation and Diplomacy (Athens School of Law, Economics and Political Science).
Mary Marin is the Head of the MUN Debate Club of Arsakeion - Philekpedeftiki Etería . She is an English and French Teacher in Secondary Education, a Rhetoric Educator as well as a translator, editor and lexicographer. She holds the following degrees: BA in English and French Philology (University of Athens, University of Nottingham, Univeristé de Lyon); MA in Lexicography and Application Theory (University of Athens); PhD candidate in Human Rights in Education (University of Athens).
Kalliopi - Ilianna Thermou
Attorney-at-Law; Member of the Athens Bar since 2009; Head of the MUN club of Ekpedeftiki Anagennisi; ALM in Government (Harvard University); BA in International Law and International Business Transactions (Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne); Graduate of the American College of Greece-Pierce College (class of 99).
Hendrik Schopmans is a PhD Researcher in Political Science at the WZB Berlin Social Science Center and the Free University Berlin. His research focuses on the global politics of emerging technologies, with a particular focus on artificial intelligence. Hendrik holds an M.Phil. in International Relations from the University of Oxford and a B.A. in Liberal Arts from University College Maastricht.