Dr. Yannis Christodoulou holds a PhD from the National Technical University of Athens (School of Electrical & Computer Engineering) in Knowledge Representation and Web Ontologies, an M.Sc. in Advanced Computing – Global Computing & Multimedia from the University of Bristol, and a B.Sc. in Informatics from Athens University of Economics & Business. His research interests and experience lie within the fields of Knowledge Representation, Web Ontologies and Conceptual Modeling. Furthermore, he has studied and proposed methods of visual knowledge representation (semantic visualization, visual languages, interactive visualization, geo-visualization), as well as knowledge acquisition methods. In the context of his research he has followed a deeply interdisciplinary Digital Humanities approach by studying various knowledge domains, all falling into the Humanities and Social Sciences, such as Filmmaking, Dance, Cultural Heritage and Human Geography. He has worked as a researcher in several funded research projects –among them three European (FP7, Η2020) and one British (ESRC)– where he has conducted deep interdisciplinary research focusing on conceptual analysis and modeling, ontology engineering and semantic visualization. Currently, he is a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Cultural Technology and Communication at the University of the Aegean, and also a lecturer in the Department of Conservation of Antiquities & Artwork at the University of West Attica.