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Agricultural University of Athens –Faculty of Crop Science

Agricultural University of Athens (AUA) is the 3rd oldest university in Greece. Since 1920, contributes consistently and continuously to Greek and European primary sector development, by conducting basic and applied research in agricultural related sciences. AUA conducts the 1/3 of the agricultural research in Greece. The University is situated on a green campus that straddles close to the Acropolis, at the heart of the ancient Olive Grove. AUA campus is a complex of 16 buildings comprising of auditoriums, 41 fully equipped laboratories, a modern library, computer clusters, extensive agricultural facilities (an arboretum, vineyard, experimental fields, flower garden, greenhouses, cowshed, sheep pen, chicken coop, dairy installations, aquaculture tanks). AUA counts 185 academic stuff, 300 supportive stuff, 3,000 students, 450 MSc students and 250 PhD students. AUA research funding schemes come from the private sector as well EU and Greek research projects. In particular, AUA the last 4 years has participated, as a leader or partner in more than 50 EU projects. AUA contributions address a wide range of issues related to food safety and environmental protection significantly affecting the daily lives of Greek and Europeans citizens: food quality and safety, water resource conservation, organic farming, alternative energy sources, biotechnological applications in agriculture, information and communications technology.

Role in Project


Person Name: Dimitrios Bilalis

Job Title: Professor

Tel: +302105294494

Email: bilalis@aua.gr










The Project is co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and National Funds of the participating countries.



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C O N T A C T     U S

Dimitris Kokkinis (Coordinator)

Deputy Project Manager

Region of Peloponnese, Greece

Email: regionoffice.ppel@gmail.com