Konstantinos Adam graduated from the Physics department of the School of Exact Sciences of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (A.U.Th.). He received his Research M.Sc. in Theoretical Physics from Utrecht University, in the Netherlands, where he worked in the applications of quantum field theory in cold dense matter. He is active in private higher education, teaching Physics and Mathematics to students in College as well as to students of various schools of Exact Sciences and various departments of the Polytechnic School.
Dr. Arvanitou Elvira-Maria
Computer Scientist, Researcher
Arvanitou Elvira-Maria has a PhD in Computer Science from the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science of the University of Groningen (Netherlands). In February 2013, she finished her postgraduate studies in Information Systems at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). She graduated from the Technological Education Institute of Thessaloniki with a degree in Computer Science in September 2011. She has published 10 articles in international conferences and 3 articles in journals. Her research interests are focused on reverse engineering, software maintainability, software quality management, open source software engineering and software design. Research interests: reverse engineering, software maintainability, software quality management, open source software engineering, software design
As a graduate from the School of Computer Science and Telecommunications in the University of Athens, he was awarded a scholarship to complete his Masters Degree in Communication Systems and Signal Processing, in the University of Bristol (with distinction). He worked for three years as a telecommunications engineer and researcher for wireless networks, at ProVision Communications. The context of research involved the enhancement of wireless network technologies regarding video applications, the enhancement of antennas and other technical issues. Role responsibilities also involved the mentoring of postgraduate students for their dissertations in collaboration with the University of Bristol. He holds a patent (shared with Prof. Andrew Nix) titled “Antenna Assembly for a Wireless Communication Device” (WO2012004602), published on 12th January 2012. He has also been awarded a runner up position at NMI (National Microelectronics Institute of UK) as Young Engineer of the Year 2009. Back to Greece, he has been working for the last three years as a software engineer at SeaSoft – Shipping Application, for shipping applications. His interest has also focused on education, teaching students on programming, computer science and telecommunications.
Qualified Electrical Engineer of the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) and DEA of the Paris 6 University. He worked for SAGEM as telecommunications R&D engineer. With his return in Greece he has been involved in the design and support of nationwide information systems. At the same time he is an active instructor, with specialization in Data Networking and Telecommunications. He has worked in the design and implementation of Cisco-based networking infrastructure and he is also a Certified Cisco Academy Instructor.
Goudosis Thanasis, PhD c.
Thanasis Goudosis has a degree on Mathematics from the University of the Aegean (1998), Master In Science in Information Security from the Information Security Group, Royal Holloway and Bedford new College, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, Egham, London (United Kingdom) (1999) and since 2015 he is a Candidate PhD student of Piraeus University, School of Information Technology and Communications, Department of Digital Systems. He has worked in the private sector as Information Security Consultant and various IT positions in public sector. He has participated in a number of European projects and has publications in conferences and journals. Areas of particular research interest are the public key encryption and the information security in basic infrastructures.
Kalogiannis Grigorios PhD c.
Electrical and Computer Engineer, Researcher
Kalogiannis Grigorios received his Diploma Degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Polytechnic School of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh) and holds a Master’s Degree in Advanced Computer Systems and Communications of the same School. From 2013 he is PhD Candidate in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Polytechnic School of the AUTh and researcher in the Computer Systems Architecture Laboratory (CSAL). In 2017 he received the HiPEAC. Mobility Award for participating in Arm (UK) Research Team in order to prototype embedded systems and SoCs using FPGA. In addition, from 2010 till 2020, he worked as Laboratory Associate in the Technological Institute of Thessaly (now University of Thessaly) while today remains as its external associate. Research interests: embedded systems architectures, brain-computer interfaces
Dr. Katsigiannis Christos
Dr. Christos Katsigiannis was born in Halkida, Evoia in 1981. After the completion of primary and secondary education, he studied at the University of Patras, Computer Engineering and Informatics Department, gaining his diploma in 2004. Afterwards, he continued as a PhD candidate at the National Technical University of Athens, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, being announced Doctor in 2010. While pursuing his Doctorate, he cooperated with the Research Institutions of NTUA (Institute of Communication and Computer Systems), being technical manager and software engineer in several EU funded research projects. Concurrently, he served as a teaching assistant for the modules of the director of the Intelligent Communications and Broadband Networks Laboratory. Now, he is working as a software and network engineer in the private sector, focusing on the design and implementation of high availability systems.
Ioannis Masmanidis has a Bachelor in “Information Technology Engineer” from Α.Τ.Ε.Ι. of Thessaloniki and a Master’s Degree in Computer Systems from University of Macedonia. He also attended an ERASMUS Programme for 2 academic seasons at Swedish Polytechnic of Vaasa, Finland. He works as an IT Supporter/ System Administrator for 15 years and has worked with big companies. He is a Certified Autodesk Technician and has worked with large foreign firms both as a partner and Certified Technician. As a tutor he is certified from ASPETE (School of PEdagogical and Technological Education), furthermore, he holds a Certification of Educational Adequacy Adult Trainers from EOPPEP (National Organisation for the Certification of Qualifications and Vocational Guidance) and the “Computer Trainer Professional” Certification. Research interests: ΙοΤ, social media marketing, databases
Maznas Petros received his Master in Computer Science (MSc) from the University of Copenhagen (DIKU) following the Software Development profile. His bachelor degree is in Computer Science from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki following the Information Systems direction of study. His working experience is on Web developer, both Frontend and Backend. He also has good experience in Game Development while as part of a small team he was developing educational games for Edumode. His current occupation is programmer and analyst of computer systems.
Dr. Perakis Panagiotis
Dr. Panagiotis Perakis is the Coordinator of the School of Computing, and Programme Leader of the BSc and MSc Programmes. He received his BSc degree in Physics, his MSc degree in Information and Communication Technologies and his PhD in Informatics from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece. After many years in the Information Technology business, as a software engineer, CTO and entrepreneur, he made a shift to his career for the academia. He has been actively involved in various EU funded research projects, and worked as a research and teaching assistant at the Dept. of Informatics and Telecommunications of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (NKUA), and as a research associate at the Dept. of Computer and Information Science of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). His research interests include computer graphics, computer vision, image processing, pattern recognition, artificial intelligence and physics-based modelling and simulation. He has a strong publication record in top scientific journals and conference proceedings. He serves as a scientific journal reviewer, and as a research and innovation assessor of the Greek General Secretariat of Research and Technology (GGET). He is a member of the Hellenic Physical Society, since 1987, and of the IEEE Computer Society, since 2011.
Dr. Pikrammenos Ioannis
Ioannis A. Pikrammenos, Dr. Ing., MBA, has graduated Electrical Engineering and Computer Technology at Patras University, Greece and has acquired his doctorate and his MBA from National Technical University of Athens, Greece. He has been employed as a lecturer and researcher in ICT for over 15 years, in numerous universities and institutions, summed up to 20 publications and more than 6000 teaching hours (EQF 7-6-5). Pioneering in the area of entrepreneurship cohesion has supervised more than 100 business plans and 1 patent. He has contributed to local, peripheral, national and European bodies as an expert and scientific advisor on ICT, as well as on energy, and on economic growth. He has 20 consecutive years of professional activity as a freelancer.
Plageras Andreas P. PhDc
Computer Scientist, Researcher
Andreas P. Plageras is currently a PhD candidate in the Department of Applied Informatics - School of Information Sciences - University of Macedonia in Greece. His main research interests include and are not limited to “Algorithms for Big Data Delivery over the Internet of Things”, “Artificial Intelligence”, and “Big Data Analytics”. He also holds a Master’s Degree in Applied Informatics from the same University. Moreover, he holds a Bachelor’s Degree (BSc) in Information Technology, Computer Technology, and Engineering from University of Western Macedonia (Kastoria). He is also a certified Instructor of minors and adult Instructor. Research Interests: Web Design and Development, Web & Mobile Application Development, Networks and Wireless Sensor Networks, Internet of Things Technologies and Platforms, Cloud Computing, Big Data Technologies, 3D Graphics Design, Game Development
He holds an MA in Information Systems and Programming from the Greek Open University. He graduated from the Physics department at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and since 1994 he has a rich teaching experience at various levels of education. His recent research interests are focused on the application of web mining techniques in news portal data. He deals with the writing of educational material in e-learning programs in the field of Web Development and Web Design. He also provides educational support for learners who participate in these programs. During the last year, he publishes articles and he participates in conferences dealing with education and its connection with the labour market.
Stergiou Christos, PhDc
Computer Scientist, Researcher
Christos Stergiou is currently a PhD student in the Department of Applied Informatics, School of University of Macedonia, Greece. He received a Master’s Degree (MSc) in Wireless Communication Systems from the Department of Technician of Wired and Wireless Networks of Brunel University (UK), a Bachelor’s Degree (BSc) in Informatics and Computer Engineering from University of Western Macedonia, and a Bachelor’s Degree (BSc) in Technology Management in the Department of Applied Informatics from the University of Macedonia. In 2017, he was awarded by the conference committee of 19th IEEE Conference on Business Informatics (CBI) for Doctoral Student Work titled “Algorithms for Big Data in Advanced Communication Systems and Cloud Computing”. Research interests: Algorithms for Cloud Computing, Big Data Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning Techniques, Wireless Communication
Dr. Stylianou Tasos
Computer Scientist, Researcher
Stylianou Tasos received his Doctorate Degree (Ph.D.) from the Department of Applied Informatics at the University of Macedonia (UoM) in Greece. He also holds an MSc from the Department of Applied informatics - “Business informatics” – and an MS in “Economic Science” - Applied Economics and Finance - from the Department of Economics of the University of Macedonia. His bachelor degree is in “Applied informatics” from Macedonia University of Thessaloniki. He has many scientific articles published in international journals and he has presented his work at a number of international academic conferences and proceedings. In addition he is a reviewer in international journals and his current and past teaching activity comprises the deliverance of a wide range of teaching modules.
Dr. Troussas Christos
Dr. Christos Troussas is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Department of Informatics, University of Piraeus. He received a Ph.D. degree in Informatics (2017), a M.Sc. degree in “Advanced Informatics and Computing Systems” (2010) and a B.Sc. degree in Informatics (2008) from the same Department. He is a freelancer software developer until 2010. He has participated in national and international research projects. He has served as Editorial Board member και Reviewer in many international journals and as Technical Program Committee member in many international conferences. Moreover, he has published over 60 articles in international conferences, books and journals. His current research interests are in the areas of software engineering, human-computer interaction, artificial intelligence, affective computing and adaptive hypermedia systems.
Dimitris Tsikerdis has graduated from the Informatics Department of the University of Piraeus and holds a postgraduate degree in Advanced Information Systems with Specialization in Decision Support Systems from the same university. He also holds a postgraduate degree in Techno – Economic Systems (MBA) from the National Technical University of Athens. He has worked in the private sector as Business Analyst/Programmer in Document/Content Management Systems (DMS/CMS) and Business Process Management Systems (BPM). At the same time he was an active certified trainer in Vocational Education with specialization in Databases and Programming Languages. Presently he works as an Information Systems Administrator in an Institution supervised by the Ministry of Labour and Social Solidarity.
Mr. Vasilis Vogkas has completed his BSc in Information Systems in the Computer Science of University of Calabria in Italy at 1997 and continued for his second undergraduate title BEng in Electrical and Electronic Engineering in University of Glamorgan in the U.K at 2000. He continued with scholarship his MSc in Computer Networks and Distributed Systems in Trinity College of Dublin in Ireland in which he completed in 2001. After that he continued with one more Master Degree in Business Administration (MBA) in the University of Glamorgan which he completed in 2002. He has worked in INTEL Corporation as a Network Engineer and other IT companies in the area. Currently he is working as a Technical Manager in JinxSoft Company which specializes in programming applications and games for Smartphones. He has participated in various Research projects, funded by the European Union, at the Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB). His research interests include programming of computer applications and mobile devices as well Relational Database Administration.
Dr. Volioti Christina
Computer Scientist, Postdoctoral researcher, Programme Leader of School of Computing Mediterranean College
Dr Christina Volioti received her BSc in Computer Science, her MSc in Computer Science with specialization in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in Education and her PhD in Applied Informatics in University of Macedonia. She works as a postdoctoral researcher in the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and in the University of Macedonia. She has been a lecturer at the Department of Applied Informatics (University of Macedonia) (from 2016-2018) as well as at the Department of Information and Electronic Engineering (International Hellenic University), where she teaches until today. She has published her work in international journals and conferences. She serves as a reviewer and co-organizer at international conferences. Finally she is/was involved in various national and European research projects. Research interests: human-computer interaction, motion recognition, 3D virtual worlds, educational robotics, machine learning