Konstantinos Vadratsikas is a political scientist, researcher and project manager, experienced in quantitative and qualitative research design and analysis, with expertise on media framing analysis. He graduated from Leiden University (MA Political Science) in 2007 and has since worked as a research associate with academics in Greece and Cyprus. He has co-authored several papers focusing on political psychology, mass media, political and electoral behavior, new media and user generated content, political communication and journalism, in Greek and International journals and his research interests focus on political communication in the digital age, and the role of new technologies on political participation and democratic governance. Since 2018, he has worked as a project manager for Cyprus University of Technology in H2020 projects. He is currently on charge of developing evaluation and impact assessment tools for the AfriConEu project funded by Horizon2020, focusing in promoting digital entrepreneurship in Africa, and for the SE4Ces project, aiming to develop innovative educational methods for social economy students.