Alexandros (Alekos) Pantazis is a Core Member of the P2P Lab, an interdisciplinary research hub, community-driven makerspace, and spin-off of the Ragnar Nurkse Department of Innovation and Governance and the P2P Foundation. He is an environmental engineer (BSc) holding an MSc in nautical and marine science and a certificate of pedagogy and educational proficiency. He has expertise in participatory design for nature conservation and integrated coastal zone management. Alekos has 20 years experience of active involvement in civil movements, focusing on agrarian grassroots, degrowth and the commons. He has also strong background in informal education. Alekos has worked as a scientific assistant in three European projects in the areas of marine conservation and community-based management as well as in the area of digital commons. He is pursuing a PhD at Tallinn University of Technology on the convergence of convivial technologies, commons and informal education. Alekos is also involved in the Phygital project. Contact: pantazis.al at gmail.com
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- Contact: pantazis.al at gmail.com
Peer reviewed articles
- Bauwens, M., and Pantazis, A. (forthcoming). The ecosystem of commons-based peer production and its transformative dynamics. Sociological Review.
- Pantazis, A., and Priavolou, C. (2017). 3D printing as a means of learning and communication: The 3Ducation project revisited. Telematics and Informatics , 34(8): 1465-1476. site text
- Niaros, V., Pantazis, A., Priavolou, C., & Martelloni, L. (2017, forthcoming). The maker movement: Values and principles. Prepared for the Open Design & Manufacturing project.
- FP7 research project “P2P Value”. “Best Practices for CBPP Communities & Policy Recommendations”, researching how public policies have influenced commons-based peer production (case studies: Greece and Ecuador). P2P Value, FP7-ICT-2013-10 Project: 610961. site text