Eleni I. Kanetaki: Lecturer
Dr. Architect Engineer, National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), specializing in restoration of monuments, Univ. di Roma La Sapienza. Faculty of Architecture, NTUA, 1994. Postgraduate studies at the Specialisation Course on Restoration of Monuments, Universita’ di Roma La Sapienza, with scholarships by the Italian State and Greek State’s Scholarships Foundation (IKY) (1995–97). Doctorate thesis at the Architectural School of NTUA (1997–2003).
Author of The Ottoman Baths in the Greek Territory, published by the Technical Chamber of Greece (TEE), Athens 2004, a comparative study of 60 monuments dating from the Ottoman period, that can still be traced all over Greece.
Dr. Kanetaki’s teaching experience includes lecturing at the NTUA, Faculty of Architecture (2000–2002), as well as collaborating with the Specialization Course on the Protection of Monuments (Faculty of Architecture, NTUA, 1997–2000), at the Architectural School, University of Patras (2004–2005), at the Department of Architectural Engineering, Democritus University of Thrace, Xanthi (2009–2011), at the Department of Civil Engineering (1997–2011) and Department of Electrical Engineering (2010–2011), Technological Educational Institution of Pireus, and at the National Centre for Public Management (EKDD) in the thematic field Cultural Heritage and Cultural Management.
Presently she is working as a freelance architect in restoration and rehabilitation projects, while her former professional experience includes the Department of Restoration of Byzantine and Post-Byzantine Monuments of the Ministry of Culture (DABMM, 2006–2007).