The annual ranking for top scientists in the area of Computer Science and Electronics, published by Guide2Research (www.guide2research.com), includes five professors from the Department of Informatics and Telecommunications: Dimitrios Gunopoulos, Yannis Ioannidis, Dimitris Achlioptas, Manolis…
The Narralive team won 2nd place prize in the final of the 12th ENNOVATION competition (University Entrepreneurship and Innovation Competition - https://ennovation.gr), research-based innovation track, which was organized by the Athens University of Economics and Business. The same team had won 1st…
The paper "MadMax: surviving out-of-gas conditions in Ethereum smart contracts" by researchers Neville Grech and Yannis Smaragdakis of the University of Athens (together with colleagues from U.Sydney), which earlier earned a "Distinguished Paper award" at the OOPSLA 2018 conference, was selected as…
Prof. M. Koubarakis has been selected in 2015 as a Fellow of the European Association for Artificial Intelligence (EurAI). The EurAI Fellows Program honors only a very small percentage of the total membership of all EurAI member societies (up to a maximum of 3%). See also https://www.eurai.org/…
The following faculty members of the Department of Informatics and Telecommunications of the NKUA have been awarded IEEE Fellowship: Prof. D. Gizopoulos: “for contributions to microprocessor architectures self-testing and on-line error detection”, 2013. Prof. Y. Ioannidis: “for contributions to…
Prof. Y. Ioannidis: Member, 2011.
Prof. S. Theodoridis: “For contributions to adaptive signal processing and machine learning”, 2011.
The National Science Foundation - NSF, to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program, profiled the achievements of 60 NSF fellows, selected from over 45,000 Fellows supported over its 60 year history. Specifically, "Sensational 60" honors the 60 discoveries or…
Prof. S. Theodoridis: Corresponding Fellow, 2009.
The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) recognized Prof. Y. Ioannidis as Fellow “for contributions to database systems, particularly query optimization”, 2004.
ERICSSON Award of Excellence in Telecommunications", ERICSSON HELLAS, BSc Thesis Award: G. Xydas: “Development of a rule-based Text-to-Speech System for the Greek Language”, 1999 Advisor: G. Kouroupetroglou
Prof. P. (Takis) Mathiopoulos: “for contributions to the field of Advanced Terrestrial and Satellite Digital Communication Systems,” 1997.