Dimitrios K. Giannakopoulos was born in Argos in 1959. He has served a long time as a public secondary education executive. He holds a degree on Philology and a degree on History – Archeology from the Faculty of Philosophy at the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens, and a Master’s and PhD degree (“excellence”) on European History from the same faculty. His scientific interest is located in the relations between Hellenism and the West, and in the connection of Modern Greek with European history. He has written three historical studies and three historical essays, which has been published by reputable editions, while he has translated Antony Black’s work “Political Thought in Europe 1250-1450” (Cambridge 1991) into Greek, which has been published by the Epikentro editions in 2018. His articles and contributions are hosted in many scientific journals and proceedings of international conferences. In 2023 he was awarded the prize of the Academy of Athens for his work ” Post – Kapodistrian period (1831-1833). Political history of the Greek state since the assassination of Kapodistrias until the King’s Otto arrival in Greece”( Αsini editions, 2023).