Greg Spiliopoulos is a Ph.D. candidate in Mathematics Education at the Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece. He holds a Master’s Degree in Mathematics from the University of Kansas, USA, and a B.Sc. in Mathematics from the Kapodistrian University of Athens. He has served as a teaching and research assistant at both universities and was a Landis-Mitchell Fellow at Kansas University. He has been teaching College Mathematics, Statistics, Operations Research and Data Analysis Methods since 1991. He has worked as a consultant at Group Dymamique Co. and as headmaster at the Montessori School of Athens “Maria Goudeli”. His research work has been published in Fundamenta Mathematicae (Mathematics Institute of the Polish Academy of Sciences) and in the Canadian Mathematical Bulletin. He is a member of the Laboratory of Epistemology & Science Education at the University of Athens, and a founding member of the Hellenic Society of History, Philosophy and Didactics of Sciences, of the Society for the Study of Greek Civilization and of the Greek branch of MENSA. He serves as the Director of Office of Institutional Research and Assessment at Hellenic American University and he is a full-time faculty member teaching in the General Education and BSBA programs.
His research interests involve mathematics education, critical education and science, set theoretic topology, and epistemology.