Ioannis Matsinos

Professor – Ecosystem Management Sector

Office: Xenia A Building – Room 308

Phone number: 22510 36228


  • Ph.D., The University of TennesseeKnoxvilleTheoretical Ecology, December 1994
  • M.Sc., The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, BioMathematics, December 1990
  • B.Sc. , National and Kapodistrian University of Athens , Mathematics, February 1986

Computational Ecology – Mathematical Modeling, Risk Assessment, Statistical and quantitative methods for wetland management (Everglades National Park), Landscape Ecology, Mathematical Biology, Quantitative Conservation Ecology, Development and application of individual based models in Population Biology, Dynamical Systems Theory, Modelling for Sustainable Tourism

Tsaligopoulos A. & Matsinos Y.G. (2022) Approaching Quietness as an Urban Sustainability Opportunity. Environments9, 12.
Tsaligopoulos A., Karapostoli Aim., Radicchi A., Economou C., Kyvelou S. & Matsinos YG.
 (2021) Ecological connectivity of urban quiet areas: the case of Mytilene, Greece, Cities & Health, 5:1-2, 20-32. 

Tsaligopoulos A, Kyvelou S, Votsi N-E, Karapostoli A, Economou C, Matsinos YG. (2021) Revisiting the Concept of Quietness in the Urban Environment—Towards Ecosystems’ Health and Human Well-Being. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 18(6):3151.

Korkontzila A., Karapostoli A., Tsaligopoulos,A. & Matsinos Y.G. (2020) Assessing the Effects of Noise on Sound Identities of Historical Landmarks. Acoustics , 2:719-734.

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