Dr. Lemonia Antonoglou is a PhD holder in Chemistry (Title of Thesis: Design, Development, Implementation and Assessment of a Hybrid Course on Molecular Symmetry), from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh). She graduated from the Chemistry Department of AUTh and holds two Masters Degrees: Master in Didactics of Chemistry and Educational Technologies from the Interuniversity Postgraduate Program of National and Kapodistrian University of Athens & AUTh and Master in Quantum and Computational Chemistry from AUTh. She has a Certificate of Proficiency in English (ECPE) and several certificates from courses and training programs on modern technologies and digital tools in the context of Science Teaching and Blended Learning.
Since 2012, she works as a researcher in European and Greek Scientific Projects. She received a two-years postdoc scholarship (2017 to 2019) by the State Scholarships Foundation to investigate the "Utilization of online tools in chemistry education and their impact on content knowledge, science practices and student motivation". From 2012 until 2021 she has been lecturer in Postgraduate Courses at AUTh and Undergraduate Courses at the International University of Greece. She has also designed, developed and implemented from 2015 to 2019, a prototype STEM Programme for early elementary school students at Anatolia College in Thessaloniki. She participated as a researcher in the design, development, and implementation of the National Science Teachers Blended Training Program in “Pedagogically effective implementation of Technologies in Science Teaching” (Computer Technology Institute and Press "Diophantus"). She has worked from 2017 to 2018 as a project manager in the “Program of Digitization educational material and transition of teaching from traditional to hybrid model” in the National School of the Judiciary. From September 2020 until today she is employed as a Science Teacher at Secondary Education. She has more than 70 Publications at International Journals, Books (book chapters) and Conference Proceedings. From 2006 till today she has participated in more than 45 International and Greek Scientific Education Conferences including an invited speech at 6th EuCheMS Congress in Seville.