Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (Programme Archives de la Création, project director Michel Blay): initial funding of the project.
The following Institutions and persons have contributed with their collections to the constitution of the Hellenic Archives of Scientific Instruments:
National Observatory of Athens
University of Athens (Museum of Science and Technology and Department of Astronomy - Astrophysics)
National Technical University of Athens (Ethniko Metsovio Polytechnio)
National Hellenic Research Foundation
Kairios Library of Andros
General State Archives, Department of Magnesia
Museum of the 1st Gymnasium of Volos
1st Gymnasium of Nauplion
1st Lykeion of Athens (Plaka)
Ionnideios School (Piraeus)
Hill College (Plaka)
Athens College (Psychiko)
Zarifeios College (Alexandroupoli)
1st Gymnasium of Komotini
Kostas Aggelakis collection
Megali Genous Scholi of Constantinople
Model Experimental High School of Mytilene
Our aknowledgments to the following persons who have greatly contributed to the effort of our team:
Eugenia Antonopoulou, Fotini Dousgou, Nicolas Kazas, Theodoros Kritikos, Stelios Metaxas, Petros Michalakakos, Maria Panagiotopoulou, Anita Prasa, Kostas Stephanis, Chrysoleon Symeonides, Vlasios Tamvakeras, Christos Xenakis.
Special mention to Yannis Karas and Michel Blay (responsible of "Archives de la Création", CNRS)
Photographs of the Athens University collection by Vassilis Xenias. Photographs of the big instruments of the Observatory of Athens by Nikos Matsopoulos. Archival material for the Observatory furnished by Nikos Matsopoulos. Photographs of the small instruments of the Observatory and of private schools collections by Efthymios Nicolaidis. Photographs of the Megali tou Genous Scholi collection by Panagiotis (Takis) Lazos. Photographs of the Second Gymnasium for girls in Athens by Panagiotis (Takis) Lazos.
Initial database, web design & maintenance by Anestis Georgiadis, and initial data preparation by Stathis Arapostathis, Stelios Konstantoulas and Katerina Koulouri.
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