We are pleased to announce that the team of the FLogA project of Prof. Elias Manolakos was selected among more than 100 teams and participated together with 11 other teams in the final of the Greenathon | AI4Good competition of the Ministry of Environment and Energy on Tuesday, November 11, 2020.…
The Optical Communications and Photonics Technology Laboratory of the Department of Informatics and Telecommunications is conducting experiments on how light can be used to transmit information and what advantages it offers over other telecommunications technologies.
Research activity of the Laboratory of Educational & Language Technology focuses on the design, implementation and utilization of web-based, adaptive learning environments. The web-based Adaptive Learning Environment SCALE (Supporting Collaboration and Adaptation in a Learning Environment)…
Prof. Sergios Theodoridis was elected as Editor-in-Chief of the leading scientific journal in Signal Processing, IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing (2015-17), following a decision by the Executive Committee of the IEEE Signal Processing Society.
The European Commission's strategic initiatives in shaping Europe’s digital future include instruments for funding digital cultural heritage. The CHESS Project, an EU-funded FP7 R&D project that ran from 2011 to 2014 features on the EC's Digital cultural heritage page.
The Guardian UK, in the article "Ten global R&D projects that are changing arts and culture" by Emma Quinn and Athina Balopoulou, includes the R&D project CHESS as one of its favourite projects that are using digital technologies in new and inspiring ways. Specifically, according to the…
Associate Prof. G. Kouroupetroglou was awarded by the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki for his work to support students with disabilities and as the founder of the Accessibility Unit of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, 2009.
IEEE Computational Intelligence Society Best Ph.D Thesis Award, 2010 for the Thesis: M. Mavroforakis: “Geometric Approach to Statistical Learning Theory Through Support Vector Machines (SVM) with Applications to Medical Diagnosis”, 2008. Advisor: Prof. S. Theodoridis European Association…