Marilena Mosxogiannaki has a bachelor and master degree at Physics Department of University of Crete and is a PhD candidate at Materials Science Department, while she is a Research Fellow at FORTH since 2016. She has participated in international conferences, seminars and Erasmus+ Programs both from University as an Internship Trainee-in Barcelona, Spain and Chiang Mai, Thailand- and from Youth Organisations.
Her first experience on Erasmus+ Projects sendtby a Heraklion Youth Organisation in order to participate in a training course was 2015 in Lodz, Poland named “Let’s Talk”, while in 2017 she visited Litijia and Maribor, Slovenia again for a training course named “Let’s Learn From Each Other Vol.3”. After her participation in a Seminar in March 2018 and her volunteer work in this Heraklion Youth Organisation as project and event manager, she decided to found a new Youth Organisation in her home-town Heraklion, Crete in order to promote Erasmus+ Opportunities in youngsters and organize Cultural and Educational Events/Workshops based on experiential activities. She wants to be a trainer of soft-skills and she is currently writing and submitting projects through Erasmus+ as long as co-leading the Youthtopia team. Her hobbies include cinema, psychology, travelling and krav maga -self-defense art. She is also a great admirer of sweets and chocolate and is constantly deciding that the team meetings should be held in local bistros.