Christina Kalogeropoulou has a BA in Philosophy, Education, and Psychology (majoring in Philosophy) from the University of Athens (Greece). She is also holding an MSc in Science and Technology Studies (UoA, Greece). Currently, she is a MA student in Philosophie et Société in Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (France).
Trying to make sense of this hyperconnected, “onlife” world, her current research interests lie in the fields of philosophy of technology, digital ethics, as well as internet governance. She is an active member of Homo Digitalis, the first digital rights Civil Society organization in Greece, safeguarding human rights in the digital age, and also part of the IGF Greece Executive Committee. She has attended various schools on Internet Governance as well as programming, aspiring to gain useful knowledge and bridge the gap between humanities and tech-related fields.
ICANN and Internet Governance Participation
Christina was selected to be a participant in the NextGen Program at ICANN63, which took place in Barcelona, Spain, from 20 to 25 October 2018. She presented the topic "Social Sciences & Academia as Active Participants in the Digital Policy: From an Epimethean to a Promethean Digital Governance".
In February 2019, she was selected for the Online Phase of the SEEDIG2019 Youth School as well as the physical event (declined), and in December 2019 she was selected to attend the first School on Internet Governance, Digital Policies and Innovation (SIDI), which took place in Bucharest, Romania.
Also, her master's thesis was a contribution to the field of philosophy and policy making, and had the title "On the philosophical and ethical issues of artificial intelligence: The case of Artificial Intelligence Act 2021".
BA in Philosophy, Education, and Psychology (Philosophy major), National Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
MSc in Science, Technology, Society - Science and Technology Studies, National Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
MA in Philosophie et Société, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, France (expected to graduate: 2022)