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Email: eleni_nicolopoulou[at]hna[dot]gr
Tel: (+30) 210 45 81 602
Office: Α-02, 1st Floor - Labs Building
BSc-diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering, National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), Greece, 2010
PhD, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), Greece, 2016

The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at NTUA awarded Helen Nickolopoulou a diploma in electrical engineering in 2010 and a PhD in the same program in 2016. High voltages, lightning protection, electromagnetic compatibility and immunity, exposure to electromagnetic fields, and ship electrical engineering are among her areas of study and research interest. Since 2010 as a member of the accredited Laboratory Service Unit of the High Voltage Laboratory of NTUA, she has taken part in nine NTUA research programs funded by State institutions and the private sector regarding the design, optimization, and quality control (electrical and electromagnetic compatibility and immunity tests/measurements) of electrical materials and electrotechnical and electronic devices and devices.

She has ten years of experience participating in research initiatives on an organizational and scientific level. Helen Nickolopoulou has written 40 papers that have appeared in books, conferences, and national and international scientific publications. She is a member of the Technical Chamber of Greece (a.k.a T.E.E.) and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). In the year 2020, she began working as a adjunct faculty teaching and reseach scientist (a.k.a EPS) at the Hellenic Naval Academy. She teaches course topics in introduction to electrical power systems, introduction to electrical machines, electrical power arrangements and systems, and circuit theory ii and applications.