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Ioannis Andreadis - Assistant Professor of Quantitative Methods - Curriculum Vitae

Assistant Professor of Quantitative Methods
Laboratory of Applied Political Research
Department of Political Sciences
Aristotle University Thessaloniki
46 Egnatia Str.,Thessaloniki
54625 Hellas (Greece)
Tel: +302310991992
Fax: +302310991983
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Ioannis Andreadis



Ioannis Andreadis is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Political Science, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He teaches the following courses: Mathematics for Political Sciences, Social Statistics, Spatial Electoral Analysis (using Ecological Inference) and Quantitative Methods for Political Sciences (postgraduate programme). His research areas are: Mathematics and Statistics Education, Electoral behaviour, Electoral geography, Public opinion research methods, Political analysis, Graph theory, Social statistics, Social networks, Ecological inference, Internet and Politics and Voting Advice Applications.

Until May 2014 he was a Fulbright Visiting Scholar at the University of Michigan working on the project: "Establishing the Hellenic (Greek) National Election Studies".

He is co-director and the designer and programmer of http://www.helpmevote.gr (Greek VAA completed by 480000 voters for the elections of May 2012) a web-based platform that aims to inform citizens about the electoral process and particularly about the positions of candidates and parties on issues related to the electoral competition.

He is a member of the Data Working Group of the COST action "The True European Voter: A Strategy For Analysing the Prospects of European Electoral Democracy That Includes the West, the South and the East of the Continent". He also serves as the webmaster of the site of the action: http://www.true-european-voter.eu

He is co-director of the Greek scientific team (since 2007) and a member of the steering committee (since October 2013) of the project CCS (Comparative Candidate Survey) a cross-national comparative survey study among party elites http://www.comparativecandidates.org

He is a collaborator of the Comparative Study of Electoral Systems (CSES) Module 3.

He is a specialist on web surveys. He is the administrator of the site http://epolls.gr which is used to conduct web surveys. Among the most recent web surveys conducted are: "Greek Candidates Survey 2009" and "Helpmevote Survey on the impact of VAAs on voting behaviour".

He is the administrator of the Facebook page of helpmevote.gr which has served as the main medium of promotion of the Greek voting advice application to social media users: http://www.facebook.com/helpmevote (more than 4000 followers).

He has served as a member of the scientific team of the research project EarlyStatistics: Enhancing the Teaching and Learning of Early Statistical Reasoning in European Schools funded in the SOCRATES-COMENIUS framework. EarlyStatistics received the Best Cooperative Project Award in Statistical Literacy for 2009 by IASE (International Association for Statistical Education), the educational part of the ISI (International Statistical Institute).

He serves as a member of the Steering Committee of the ECPR standing group on Public Opinion and Voting Behaviour in a Comparative Perspective since September 2009.

He serves as a member of the Advisory Committee of the PSA Greek Politics Specialist Group since July 2010.

He serves as a substitute member of the Steering Committee of the Hellenic Political Science Association since May 2012.

He serves as a member of the Steering Committee of the WebDataNet COST Action since September 2012 and the leader of the WebDataNet Task Force (TF) 20: Web Survey Paradata.

His proposal for the project entitled "Participation in elections for the European Parliament and Development of the European Citizenship" was evaluated and funded as one of the best new proposals for research in Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. (26/2/2008-25/05/2009)

He serves as a reviewer for the journal: Journal of Informational Technology and Politics

He is member of various scientific associations including the following: Greek Statistical Institute, Greek Computer Society, Hellenic Mathematical Society, Hellenic Political Science Association, APSA (American Political Science Association), IPSA (International Political Science Association), PSA (Political Studies Association) and ECPR (European Consortium for Political Research) AAPOR (American Association for Public Opinion Research) ESRA (European Survey Research Association)

He has co-authored (with Prof. Theodore Chadjipadelis) the book "Mathematics for Political Sciences" (in Greek), Ziti Publications, Thessaloniki, 2005.

He is the author of several articles published in scientific journals and conference proceedings. His most recent work includes the following: