Konstantina Siountri has studied architecture in Athens with a master’s degree on the conservation of historical buildings and heritage management. She has worked over several designing projects in Greece and in Cyprus (i.e. Castle of Karytaina), including European architectural competitions in which she was distinguished. In the period 2003-2009 she worked as a supervisor engineer on restoration works, landscape planning and management of Unesco monuments and historical sites, funded by the European Community, in collaboration with the Greek Ministry of Culture. Since 2011, she is working in the Ephorate of Modern Monuments of Attica, Cyclades and Eastern Central Greece of the Hellenic Ministry of Culture, where she deals with issues of protection, management and monitoring of cultural heritage. She has also worked as a scientific associate of American School of Classical Studies in Athens (ASCSA). She was a member of the Organizing Committee of Tripolis-Arcadia 2021, candidate European Capital of Culture 2021 (ECoC 2021). She participates in a big number of congresses, activities and seminars on the subjects of conservation and sustainability of historical buildings and sites. She is a PhD candidate at the University of the Aegean in “Digital Culture” at University of the Aegean, Department of Cultural Technology and Communication. She is an Adjunct Lecturer at M.Sc. in “Modern Information Technologies and Services” of TEI of Western Macedonia and Adjunct Lecturer at M.Sc. Program “Digital Culture, Smart Cities, IoT and Advanced Digital Technologies” at University of Piraeus.