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Antonios Apostolakis

PhD student
room: B1.001
phone: +49 3641 576106
email: apostolakis(at)

Research interests

  • Terrestrial carbon and nutrient cycles
  • Land use effects on carbon and nutrient fluxes in soils
  • Soil organic matter stabilisation mechanisms

Academic education

  • since 08/2017: IMPRS-gBGC PhD student, Thesis: Land use effects on carbon and nutrient fluxes in soils.
  • 2015-2017: MSc on Environmental Engineering, Technical University of Crete (TUC), Thesis: Simulation of greenhouse tomato cultivation with SALTMED model: Scenarios of irrigation quality and Climate Change, Supervisor: prof. I. K. Tsanis.
  • 2010-2015: Environmental engineering diploma, TUC, Thesis: Mass distribution, chemical and biochemical properties of aggregates in a chronosequence of set-aside soils, Supervisor: ass. prof. N. V. Paranychianakis


Apostolakis, A., Panakoulia, S., Nikolaidis, N.P., Paranychianakis, N.V., 2017. Shifts in soil structure and soil organic matter in a chronosequence of set-aside fields. Soil and Tillage Research Journal 174, 113-119.

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