Constantine-(Kostas) Skordoulis is Professor of Epistemology and Didactical Methodology of Physics and currently Head of the Postgraduate Studies Program at the Department of Primary Education, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece, where he teaches Physics and Theory of Scientific Knowledge.
He is also External Research Fellow & Supervisor in the Department of Education in the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education, Anglia Ruskin University, UK and also Coordinator of the Module “History of Science, Epistemology and Didactical Methodology”, in the School of Science and Technology of the Hellenic Open University.
He has studied Physics at the University of Kent at Canterbury, UK and has a PhD in Quantum Optics from the University of Ioannina. He has worked as a Visiting Researcher at the Universities of Oxford (UK), Jena (Germany) and Groningen (Netherlands) with scholarships from DAAD (Germany) and NWO (Netherlands).
He is Effective Member of the International Academy of History of Science, and has been Member of the Council of the European Society for History of Science (2012-14) and Secretary of the Teaching Commission of the Division of History of Science and Technology of the International Union of History and Philosophy of Science (2007-2017).
He is Co-Editor of “Almagest / International Journal for the History of Scientific Ideas” (Brepols, Belgium) and member of the Editorial Boards of the journals: “Journal of Critical Education Policy Studies” (IEPS, UK), “International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences” (CG Publishers, USA), “Green Theory and Praxis” (ICAS, USA), and “Advances in Historical Studies” (SRP, USA). He has also served in the Editorial Board of the Journal “Science & Education” (Springer).
He has published extensively on issues of History of Science, Socio-Scientific Issues (SSI) and has been involved in the international Critical Education movement co-organizing the International Conferences on Critical Education and coordinating activities for critical educators.