Teaching Staff

Dr. Chrissoleon T. Papadopoulos is Professor in Quantitative Methods in Production, Operations, Logistics and Supply Chain Management, at the School of Economic Sciences, Department of Business Administration, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece (Δεκ. 2004 – 2021). Dr. Chrissoleon Papadopoulos’ primary research covers the areas of manufacturing and supply chains: stochastic modeling an...


Professor George Tagaras is the Director of the Laboratory of Business Administration at the Department of Mechanical Engineering of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (A.U.Th.), where he has been serving as a faculty member since 1993.

Prof. Tagaras obtained a Diploma in Mechanical Engineering from A.U.Th. in 1982. He then moved for graduate studies to the Department of Industria...

Dr. Theofanis is an internationally acknowledged expert, manager and academic in the fields of freight transport, logistics and ports. He has a unique blend of extensive administrative, high level managerial, consulting and academic experience in the fields of port planning, management and operations, as well as in freight, intermodal and maritime transport.

He is Professor of Practice ...

Christina Boutsouki is a Professor of Marketing at the School of Economics, Department of Business Administration, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She is Director of Studies in the MSc in Logistics and Supply Chain Management.

She holds a BSc in Maths, an MSc in Operational Research, and a PhD in Marketing. Her research interests lie in the areas of Consumer Behaviour, Advertising...

Athanasios Tsadiras is Associate Professor at the School of Economics of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He received his PhD in Artificial Intelligence from the Department of Applied Informatics of the University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki, in 1997. In 2002 he completed his postdoctoral studies in the same department on Decision Making, Forecasting and Strategic Planning.

His ...

Assistant Professor

Christos Zikopoulos is an Assistant Professor of Operations Management at the Department of Business Administration, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (A.U.Th.).

He holds a Diploma in Mechanical Engineering, an M.Sc in Industrial Engineering and a PhD in Reverse Supply Chains, all from A.U.Th.

His work has been published in a number of journals, including European Journal of ...

Assistant Professor

Alexandros Diamantidis is an Assistant Professor in Quantitative Methods in Management at the School of Economics of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He holds a PhD in the Analysis of Manufacturing systems with linear and non linear flow of material from the University of the Aegean, an MSc in the analysis of Job Shop models from Dublin City University and a BSc in Mathematics from the Uni...

Assistant Professor

Michael A. Madas is an Assistant Professor on Supply Chain Management at the Department of Applied Informatics, School of Information Sciences, University of Macedonia. He holds a bachelor degree in Marketing and Operational Research (2000), a M.Sc. Degree in Decision Sciences (Logistics and Transport Specialization) (2001), and a Ph.D. (2007) from the Athens University of Econ...

Dimitris Papaggelou has been working in the IT sector for over 20 years and has experience in software development, application software support as well as in the implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning Systems, ERP systems. His expertise applies in the field of Warehouse Management (WMS).  He has successfully implemented WMS projects in large enterprises. He has contributed to the organ...


Maria Paschalidou

“My experience as a postgraduate student in “Logistics and Supply Chain Management” at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki was very interesting indeed. I met new people and experts in the field and I have learned a lot that helped me identify my area of interest. Cooperation with staff members was excellent. Thank you for the interesting experience!”

Grigoris Papathanasiou

Logistics Manager, Barba Stathis S.A.

“Being a practitioner in logistics it was a big decision for me to join the MSc in Logistics and supply chain management. In retrospect it was the best decision. It helped me put everything into perspective. Being back to school feels great!”

George Andreou

“The specialization that the MSc Logistics and Supply Chain Management offers is unique. Apart from the great education and a very rich academic schedule, the educational trips and visits offered us the chance to see how everything applies to the real business world. Last but not least, a big thank you to our professors who where by our side in every step of the process.”

Kostas Tziantopoulos

“Supply Chain Management is a continuous developing field, and especially in Greece, the last few years. I chose the MSc in Logistics and Supply Chain Management, in order to strengthen my academic background. The program offers the best mix of qualitative and quantitative courses and helps students to obtain both wide and specialized knowledge. Furthermore, on-site visits in Thessaloniki and Hamburg brought us in touch with senior management executives and helped us have a clear view of how theory is put to practice.”

Fotis Kirilidis


“The MSc Program in Logistics and Supply Chain is the right platform for those which they want to grow as professionals in the Logistics Industry. The most essential parameters needed by the market could be found in the courses, providing to the participants valuable knowledge and a competitive advantage. We would definitely recommend the course for those which they want to be involved in the Supply chain industry, as it clearly prepares candidates for a successful entrance in the most promising sector of the Greek economy.”

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