Associate Professor in History of Science and Technology in the Department of History and Philosophy of Science in the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. His research interests are in the following research domains: history of technology, Science and Technology Studies, Science and Technology Policy, Law, Science and Technology. He worked as researcher in the following universities: University of Leeds, Edinburgh University, Cardiff University. He was Douglas Byrne Μarconi Research Fellow in the University of Oxford (2011), Seeger Visiting Fellow in the Center for the Hellenic Studies, Princeton University (Spring 2019) and Fulbright Fellow at the Science and Innovation Studies Center, Law School, UC Davis (2016). He has published extensively in peer-reviewed journals in the history of technology, science and technology studies and technology policy. With Graeme Gooday he co-authored the book Patently Contestable: Electrical Technologies and Inventor Identities on Trial in Britain (MIT Press, 2013). Recently he edited the special issueHow History Matters: Governance, Public Policies and the Making of Sociotechnical Transitions (with Peter Pearson), Environmental Innovations and Societal Transitions (2019).