Panagiotis Iliopoulos is a member of the Academic Council of the Hellenic Institute of Cultural Diplomacy
Mr. Iliopoulos is a Ph.D. of Philosophy at the University of Athens with a subject of ancient Greek and Roman philosophy. He has organized or co-organized philosophy conferences in Greece as well as abroad, has lectured in Greek and foreign universities, and has participated in scientific conferences in various philosophical conferences in many countries of the world. More than seventy articles have been published in reputable Greek and foreign journals of philosophy, some of which have been translated into international scientific journals. He is a writer of two books and a curator of three collective volumes. He is a member of a large number of philosophical and scientific organizations (including: Society for the Ancient Greek Philosophy, the American Philosophical Association, the International Society of Philosophy and Cosmology, Hellenic Philosophical Society, Greek Society of Ethics, a). He was vice-president, for two terms, of the International Society for Universal Dialogue (ISUD), a member of the FISP. Also, Vice-Chairman of the Scientific Council of the Academy of Institutions and Cultures. He has been editor and editor of the six-year scientific journal Philosophy, Education and Art “Celestia”, as well as editor of the scientific journal “Papyri & Delti”. He is a judge and member of the International Journal of Decision Decisions, Philosophy Study, Journal of Research on Contemporary Society, etc., as well as a reviewer in other international scientific publications. Since 2010 he has taught at the Universities of Athens, Peloponnese, ASPITE and as a visiting professor at university departments abroad the subjects of moral and political philosophy, Renaissance, modern and modern philosophy, the philosophy of education, and others. Among his other publications, a scientific monograph (to be published in the United States), and a translation of foreign essays for the Epicurus, are at the stage of completion. At the moment he is a postdoctoral researcher at the Complutense University in Madrid and teaches (as a member of the laboratory-teaching staff) at the University of Ioannina.