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South East European Research Centre


The South East European Research Centre (SEERC) is a multidisciplinary, not-for-profit research centre based in Thessaloniki, Greece. It was established jointly by the University of Sheffield (UK) and CITY College (Greece) in 2003, as a truly international research institute with the mission to support the stable and peaceful development of South-East Europe by conducting pure and applied research in, and for the region.
Research at SEERC is organised along three research tracks:

1. Enterprise, Innovation and Development

2. Information and Communication Technologies

3. Society and Human Development: Psychology, Politics, Sociology, and Education

Within each of these areas, SEERC has developed multiple research groups focusing their expertise on specific sets of questions. In line with the international vision established for the centre, each research group is composed at its base of researchers from the University of Sheffield and from CITY College, and is open to additional members coming from universities, research centres, and think tanks throughout Europe.

Contact: Dr Lambros Lazuras, Research Associate, South East European Research Centre (SEERC)

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