Niki-Artemis Spyridaki holds a MSc. in Electrical & Computer Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA).She is a PhD researcher and her research profile lies within sustainable energy systems, renewable and energy efficiency technologies, policy interactions analysis and impact assessment and multi-criteria analysis. Currently, she is a member of the research team of the EC FP7 project for the Assessment of Policy Interrelationships and Impacts on Sustainability in Europe (APRAISE), where she is developing the methodology for the assessment of energy and climate policy interactions and in stakeholders’ consultation activities for the acquisition of real life data and the dissemination of project outcomes. She also participates in the researcher team of the EC FP7 Mobilizing and transferring knowledge on post-2012 climate policy implications – POLIMP project, on assimilation of knowledge gaps in existing and future climate policy developments and identification of implications of possible international climate policy directions. She has 5 publications in high impact international scientific Journals and announcements at international conferences.