The SusChem Greece Secretariat is run by the IPSEN unit of the National Technical University of Athens.

SusChem Greece was established by nine members representing the main stakeholders from academia and industry in the chemical sciences sector.

Founding Members:

Contact Information

Dr. Stelios Bikos

Dr. Stelios Bikos

IPSEN, Chemical Engineering School, NTUA

National level objectives

SusChem Greece aims to:

  • Bring together national stakeholders and strong industrial participation to be a representative sample of the country
  • Develop a national strategy for Sustainable Chemistry and bring this forward at European level to contribute to the development of the European SusChem strategy
  • Be the link to National Contact Points and/or Programme Committee Representatives on behalf of SusChem for those topics relevant for the Platforms
  • Define national Research and Innovation priorities alongside the relevant priorities selected by SusChem ETP. Upon the selection of a common ground within the priorities, some other topics may be included by SusChem Greece based on national / stakeholders’ interests
  • Provide information and advice to its members, particularly on funding; encourage cooperative projects and consortia through brokerage events and dissemination activities
  • Actively support and encourage SMEs to participate in EU projects
  • Be responsible for exchanging information within the SusChem network, other Member States and the EU Commission and any other organisation that may be of interest to the SusChem activities.