Adrian Pappas holds a diploma on Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Aristotle
University of Thessaloniki. He’s furthered his education with an MSc on Product Design
Engineering, at the University of Glasgow and Glasgow School of Art, Scotland.
He’s started his doctoral studies at the department in November 2020, studying ethical issues in
design and technology. His main research question is why it is important to take moral aspects into
consideration during the design process, and how these aspects can be viewed through an
organizational / complex systems approach. All this with the ultimate goal to ensure that design
produces good outcomes.
- Ethics of technology and design
- Design theory
- Value-centered design
- Moral agency
A Framework for Normative Design Ethics based on an Organizational Account of Moral Agency
- 2020-today PhD Candidate, Department of Product and Systems Design Engineering, University of the Aegean
- 2019 MSc Product Design Engineering, University of Glasgow & Glasgow School of Art
- 2017 MEng Electrical and Computer Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Electronics and Computers sector)