Adamidis GC, Aloupi M, Mastoras P, Papadaki M-I, Dimitrakopoulos PG, (2017) Is annual or perennial harvesting more efficient in Ni phytoextraction? Plant and Soil. 418(1), 205-218.

Zografou K, Adamidis GC, Komnenov M, Kati V, Sotirakopoulos P, Pitta E, Chatzaki M, (2017) Diversity of spiders and orthopterans respond to intra-seasonal and spatial environmental changes. Journal of Insect Conservation. DOI 10.1007/s10841-017-9993-z.

Adamidis GC, Kazakou E, Aloupi M, Dimitrakopoulos PG, (2016) Is it worth hyperaccumulating Ni on non-serpentine soils? Decomposition dynamics of mixed-species litters containing hyperaccumulated Ni across serpentine and non-serpentine environments. Annals of Botany. 117, 1241-1248.

Zografou K, Adamidis GC, Grill A, Kati V, Wilson RJ, Willemse L, Halley JM, (2015) Who flies first? Habitat-specific phenological shifts of butterflies and orthopterans in the light of climate change: a methodological case study from south-east Mediterranean. Ecological Entomology. 40(5), 562-574.

Adamidis GC, Kazakou E, Fyllas NM, Dimitrakopoulos PG, (2014) Species adaptive strategies and leaf economic relationships across serpentine and non-serpentine habitats on Lesbos, eastern Mediterranean. PLoS One. 9:e96034.

Adamidis GC, Kazakou E, Baker AJM, Reeves RD, Dimitrakopulos PG, (2014). The effect of harsh abiotic conditions on the diversity of serpentine plant communities on Lesbos, an eastern Mediterranean Island. Plant Ecology and Diversity. 7(3), 433-444.

Adamidis GC, Aloupi M, Kazakou E, Dimitrakopoulos PG, (2014). Intra-specific variation in Ni tolerance, accumulation and translocation patterns in the Ni-hyperaccumulator Alyssum lesbiacum. Chemosphere. 95, 496-502.

I am a plant ecologist with expertise in plant-soil, plant-plant and plant-insect interactions. During my Ph.D. research at the University of the Aegean (Greece) I investigated the functions and factors shaping plant species diversity in harsh (serpentine) environments and I focused on analyzing the ecological consequences of variability of plant functioning using functional traits. I also aim at understanding the mechanisms behind the processes of metal tolerance and hyperaccumulation in plants. During my previous postdoc positions I investigated: 1) the effect of insect pollination on the yield of oilseed rape crops, through changes in phenology and functional character of the crops (University of Calgary - Canada) and 2) the effect of prescribed fire on the host plants (Viola spp.) of a rare grassland butterfly, Speyeria idalia Idalia (Temple University - USA). In my current position at the University of Bern (Switzerland), I will take part in a series of ecological experiments with butterflies (Erebia spp., Araschnia levana). Under the lead of Dr. Andrea Grill, our team will investigate: 1) whether age difference between male and female butterflies is essential for mate choice,  2) the potential effect of paved roads on butterfly movement and the permeability of landscapes when species move to higher altitudes as a response to global warming, 3) the indirect effect of climate change on butterflies, through changes in the functional character of their host plants.