Nelly Kladouri has studied Conservation of Antiquities and Works of Art, at the Technological Educational Institute of Athens (BSc).
In 2018 Nelly Kladouri successfully defended her MSc thesis, conducted in the XFR laboratory of the Institute of Nuclear and Particle Physics at the NCSR Demokritos, entitled: “A technological study of a bronze pins collection of the geometric period from the sanctuary of Athena Alea at Tegea” (MSc in Cultural Heritage Materials and Technologies-University of the Peloponnese). During her postgraduate studies, Nelly Kladouri was the recipient of the scholarship awarded to the top-scoring student, by the University of the Peloponnese (CultTech Scholarship Program).
Currently, Nelly Kladouri is a doctoral candidate of the University of Peloponnese, conducting metal analysis on votive finds from various sanctuaries of Arcadia, Greece dating between the 9th -7thc. B.C.E.. The detailed micro-XRF study of metal artefacts is conducted at the XRF laboratory of the INPP.
Her primary research interest focuses on the chemical analysis, characterization and provenance study of archaeological and historical metals.
She is a regular employee in the field of Conservation of Antiquities for the Greek Ministry of Culture.
Phone: +30 210 650 3504
Email: nkkladouri AT gmail DOT com