Mr. Sotirios Manologlou is a PhD candidate in the Department of Maritime Studies of the School of Shipping and Industry, at University of Piraeus. His field of research is related to the economics of the environment and the protection of the marine environment.
He holds a Master Degree (2009) in “Applied Economics and Econometrics” from the Department of Economics at the Athens University of Economics and Business. For his postgraduate studies, he received a two-year scholarship from the΄΄ Propontis΄΄ Public Benefit Foundation of shipowner D. Diamantidis.
In 2006 he was declared a graduate of the Department of Maritime Studies of the University of Piraeus, having received two scholarships from the ΄΄National Scholarships Foundation’’ for excellent performance.
In addition to his studies, he successfully completed a one-year academic seminar at Hellenic Shipbrokers Association.
He is a member of the “Union of Maritime Economists of Greece” and a member of the “Marine Science Laboratory” of the University of Piraeus.
During his studies, he has participated in many national, European and international conferences as a speaker, focusing on sustainable development, protection and improvement of the coastal zone, sustainable tourism and especially maritime and the creation and certification of ‘Green’ ports. Since 2017 he has taught various courses such as: Insurance, English Maritime Terminology, Maritime Law, Logistics, Chartering, and at the University of Piraeus in the context of teaching experience, Environmental Port Certification, Marine Protection, Marine Protection.