South East European Research Center

Address Pr. Koromila, 24 PC 54622 Thessaloniki


The South East European Research Centre (SEERC) is a multidisciplinary, not-for-profit research centre based in Thessaloniki, Greece.
The centre was founded by the International Faculty of the University of Sheffield, CITY College in 2004, as a truly international research institute with the mission to support the stable and peaceful development of South-East Europe by conducting pure and applied research and policy analysis in, and for the region. In this direction, SEERC employs the existing research capacities of The University of Sheffield and its International Faculty and develops multi-disciplinary networks of researchers across South-East Europe.

Research at SEERC is organised along four core research tracks:
  • Enterprise, Innovation and Development
  • Information and Communication Technologies
  • Society and Human Development: Culture and Politics, Health and Social Psychology, Cognitive Neuroscience.
  • Language and Society: Linguistics, Education, Literature and Translation.
The international vision of the centre is reflected in the composition of each research track by researchers from the Sheffield based faculties of The University of Sheffield and its International Faculty in Thessaloniki, and is open to additional members coming from universities, research centres, and other scholars throughout Europe.

Since its establishment in 2004, SEERC has consolidated its structures and has put in place procedures –strategic and administrative- for the planning of its key activities, which include:
  • Collaborative Research (over 70 projects that past 13 years)
  • Doctoral Programme: (36 PhD graduates 2008-2019)
  • Networking (over 200 academic, policy analysis and capacity building events in the past 15 years)
  • Publications (over 750 papers, international conference presentations and books in the past 15 years)

Projects involved as partner

1) iCBA


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