Alexis Stefanis

Architectural Conservation

Alexis Stefanis is an Assistant Professor in architectural conservation at the Department of Conservation of Antiquities and Works of Art of the University of West Attica.  He is a graduate of the same Department (1997), holds a master’s degree (MSc) in Conservation for Archaeology and Museums from the Institute of Archaeology, University College London (1999) and a PhD degree from the Department of Environment, University of the Aegean (2008). He has worked at the Greek Ministry of Culture as a Head architectural conservator and has produced a significant number of studies on the restoration of the building and decorative elements of historic buildings. He was elected Lecturer at the Department of Conservation of Antiquities and Works of Art of the University of West Attica in 2011. He has been involved in a number of projects concerning the conservation, restoration and rehabilitation of architectural heritage such as the restoration of historic buildings of the Medieval city of Rhodes, the restoration and rehabilitation of the archaeological site of Aktoriri in Thera (Santorini), the study for the architectural remains of the Neolithic settlement of Dispilio, Kastoria, and the study and risk assessment of the Minoan sites of Mochlos and Pseira in Crete -an ongoing training project of the Architectural Conservation Laboratory of the University of West Attica. He is an expert member in the European Committee for Standardisation. He has published the results of his research at international conferences and journals.

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