Dimitra holds a Law Degree from the University of Athens, as well as a Master in International Business Law from Tilburg University. In 2016 she graduated from the Advanced Master in Air and Space Law of Leiden University and joined the International Institute of Air and Space Law.
During her studies, her academic research was focused on international space law and in 2016 and she participated in several international events, such as the ECSL Summer Course on Space Law and Policy, the Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Court and the International Astronautical Congress. She has also attended the International Space University Space Studies Programme, while she is member of various international groups that promote the advancement of space law. Dimitra is also working as Assistant Executive Secretary of The Hague Space Resources Governance Working Group, which aims to provide the basis for international negotiations for the governance of space resources.
- Big Data from Space - Legal issues related to access and dissemination of large volumes of space-generated data, Proceedings of the 59th Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space, Eleven International Publishing. (Forthcoming in 2017)
- Environmental Protection of Outer Space : Contempary Issues and Future Perspectives, 1 Manurawa Law Journal. (2017)
- Is Space Mining A Taboo?, Air & Space Law, American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division, vol. 1. (2016)
- Report on the Symposium on Legal Aspects of Space Resource Utilization: IIASL, Leiden University, Air & Space Law 41, no. 4&5. (2016)