Professor Dr Georgia Melagraki

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Dr. Georgia Melagraki has received Bachelor in Chemical Engineering (with Honors, grade 9.27/10) and M.Eng, M.Sc and PhD in Materials Science & Technology, Computational Mechanics and Chemical Engineering respectively from the School of Chemical Engineering of National Technical University of Athens (NTUA). Later she has pursued management studies towards an MBA from the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (NTUA). During her studies she has received several scholarships and distinctions.
Dr Melagraki has a strong scientific background in the field of chemoinformatics, nanoinformatics, computational chemistry, organic chemistry and materials science and simulations for dual applications. Her research is also focused in drug discovery, material design and properties prediction and she has developed several computational tools to support decisions under uncertainty using virtual screening and informatics methods that significantly reduce costs and timescales. Her research has received funding from several competitive EU and national grants. Her scientific work has been published in more than 50 original research articles and Editorials in international peer reviewed journals (she is corresponding author in >20) and in more than 100 articles in international and national conferences. Her articles have been highlighted several times in the top cited and accessed articles and she has been included in the most productive authors in the field of Chemoinformatics (bibliometric analysis performed by Prof. Peter Willet). She is a reviewer in leading scientific journals (more than 30) and invited member of Editorial Boards in top scientific international journals. She guest edited special issues on Cheminformatics and Nanoinformatics collecting the current state of the art in the field. According to Google Scholar (Jan 2020) her h-index is 28 and her work has been cited more than 2000 times.
Dr. Georgia Melagraki was teaching Chemistry and Chemical Technology as an Adjunct Professor (Lecturer level) since 2008 in the Hellenic Naval Academy and then in the Hellenic Military Academy. In 2017 she was elected Assistant Professor in Chemistry in the Hellenic Military Academy. She also teaches chemistry related subjects in MSc and e-learning programs.