Garyfalia Klousakou


Short CV

Garyfalia Klousakou was born in Athens, in August 1988. She obtained her Diploma in Mechanical Engineering in 2012 from the NTUA. Currently, she is a post-graduate student in Techno-economic Systems at the Electrical Engineering Department (NTUA). She has been a Research Assistant in the NTUA HMCS Laboratory since 2012. Her research interests focus on the techno-economic and environmental assessment of innovative industrial high-temperature firing systems, using the Life Cycle Analysis and Life Cycle Costing Analysis tools and introducing Key Performance Indicators, within the context of the EU-funded project “DAPhNE” in the field of “Factories of the Future”. She has obtained certification of successful completion for the QMS Auditor/Lead Auditor Training Course (based on ISO 9000:2000) and for EMS Auditor/Lead Auditor Training Course (based on ISO 14001:2004), certified by IRCA.