Argiro Tsilia is a MArch student in the School of Architecture of the Technical University of Crete (TUC) and her diploma thesis focuses on space architecture. More specifically, it is about the design and the sustainability of the research space analog facilities on earth. From February 2020, she is instructor in the Space Architecture module of the Lunar Caves Analog Test Sites - Greece (LCATS - Greece), which is the space educational program for high school students of the GrNSS.
She has two years of graphic design experience having designed several space patches of analog missions, and she is a graphic design consultant for the student team DIR (Democritus Industrial Robotics) of the Democritus Technical University. Also, since May 2020, she has been the "Creative, Media & Outreach Committee" Officer of the Greek NewSpace Society.
She has collaborated with the Transformable Intelligent Enviroments laboratory (TUC Tie lab) in STEM activities for the research educational program "Design for Better Learing" of the Municipality of Athens and for the "Science & Technology Fairs" for Primary school students of the Technical University of Crete.
Finally, she has many years of work experience as an exam invigilator in the private sector.
Argiro Tsilia - BoD Member