|Mechanical Engineer - Diploma Student|
|Location:||Building M, Basement, Room -104
Mechanical Engineering student, with specialisation on Air and Earth Transportation Means.
Her recent 1,5 year internship experience at the European Space Agency (ESA) involved leading a Space Orbital Robotics Educational Project in ESTEC (European Space Research and Technology Centre).
Currently undertaking a diploma thesis at the space lab of the NTUA; member of the space emulator project team at the CSL.
Involved in the coordination of training events and events on education as a member of the NGO Board of the European Students of Technology (BEST) and in the training of its members, as a graduated soft skills trainer.
Aerodynamics; Space Robotics
Diploma Thesis on the Dynamic Modelling, Planning and Control of a space robot emulator.
Head of the orbital robotics educational project at ESA - 2014/2015. Her duties involved the hardware and software design and implementation of an educational robotic orbital platform and the development of a curriculum-based 10-lesson plan for Upper Secondary Level Students based on IB Physics Curriculum.
Edurobotics | 25 Nov ’16
OrbiLEP: Introducing Orbital Robotics to Secondary Education, Edurobotics 2016 International Conference, Springer book series ’Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing’, Nikolena Christofi, Evangelos G. Papadopoulos, Iosif S. Paraskevas.
EIIC | 10-14 Aug ’15
European Education Trends and BEST as an Open Social Learning Organisation, The 4th Electronic International Interdisciplinary Conference (EIIC 2015), Nikolena Christofi, Marta Cortesao, Egle Brovkaite, Aggeliki Marini.
RiE | 20-22 May ’15
Orbital Robotics: A new Frontier in Education, 6th International Conference on Robotics in Education, Yverdon-les-Bains, Switzerland, Nikolena Christofi, Monica Talevi, Joana Holt, Kjetil Wormnes, Iosif S. Paraskevas, Evangelos G. Papadopoulos.