since March 2020: research assistant at Potsdam Research Institute for Multilingualism (PRIM), University of Potsdam and Ph.D. student at PRIM under the supervision of PD Dr. Claudia Felser.
2018: MA in German Studies in Cultural Comparison with specialization in “Language and Cognition”, University of Heidelberg, Institute of German as a foreign language philology, Faculty of Modern Languages, Germany.
2013: MA in German Language and Philology – Linguistics, National and Capodistrian University of Athens, School of German Philology, Greece.
2011: BA (higher education diploma) in German Language and Philology with specialization in Linguistics, National and Capodistrian University of Athens, School of German Philology, Greece.
2009-2010: Erasmus semester at the University of Cologne, Germany.
For my PhD project "VARIABILITY AND CONSISTENCY IN L1 AND L2 CATAPHORIC PRONOUN RESOLUTION" I am going to investigate the individual differences in coreference assignment for cataphoric pronouns. The aim of this project is not only to examine to what extent do individual interpretation preferences (joint vs. disjoint reference) in participants' L1 remain consistent across different types of context, but also to test if L1 interpretation preferences carry over to comparable contexts in their L2.
Iliopoulos, I. (2017): Die Verbalisierung von Bewegungsereignissen im Griechischen bei bilingualen griechisch-deutschen und monolingualen griechischen Erwachsenen ( eng. Lexicalization of motion events by Greek-German heritage speakers). 2nd meeting of young Germanists, University of Athens, November 2017, Athens, Greece.