Vasiliki Kokla graduated from the Dept. of Conservation of Antiquities and Works of Art, TEI-A and from the Studies in European Civitalization, H.O.U. She holds a PhD from University of Westminster, London, U.K., with a scholarship of the State Scholarship Foundation. She is Lecturer in the Dept. of Conservation of Antiquities and Works of Art, U.W.A. since January 2019. She has taught a variety of courses at both undergraduate (U.W.A., TEI-A, University of Peloponnese, University of Ioannina, A.E.A.A.) and post-graduate levels (U.W.A., the H.O.U.). She has published her work in peer-reviewed international journals and she has presented her research work at international conferences. She has also participated in research projects in Greece and abroad and she collaborates with Greek and foreign research centers as well as, with cultural institutions. Her research interests include innovative procedures on the documentation and conservation as well as image texture analysis of archive materials.