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  • Electronics Laboratory: School of Electronic & Computer Engineering
    design and modeling The Electronics Laboratory is equipped with state of the art instrumentation for design simulation layout prototyping characterization and testing of optoelectronic and microelectronic systems and devices The Electronics Laboratory members strive for research excellence and high quality education in advanced topics of optoelectronics and microelectronics The lab members have succeeded in establishing long term collaborations with internationally reputable academic and industrial institutions and in attracting funds from research grants and through technology and know how transfer contracts to leading industries in the fields of opto and micro electronics Education and Research Research Research activities of the Electronics Lab are divided in two groups the Optoelectronics Group Group leader Associate Prof Costas Balas and the Microelectronics Group Group leader Assistant Prof Matthias Bucher The research activities of each group are briefly outlined below Optoelectronics Group Design and development of optical imaging systems and devices for medical diagnostic applications Hyper Spectral Imaging technologies Hyper spectral data analysis spectral cube spectral segmentation and classification algorithms Real time multi band imaging cameras Tissue spectroscopy Hyper Spectral Microscopy Development of imaging devices for the quantitative mapping study and modeling of the dynamic optical signals optical molecular imaging Development of innovative biophotonic devices for non invasive diagnosis and screening of precancerous lesions Imaging systems and methods for non destructive analysis Microelectronics group RF microwave characterization of semiconductor micro and nanoelectronic devices Design of analog RF integrated circuits ICs Development of computer aided design CAD tools for the characterization and design of IC components and circuits Development implementation parameter extraction of compact models for design and circuit simulation of ICs with emphasis on radio frequency RF and analog aspects Development of the EKV3 advanced next generation compact MOSFET model Development of compact models for High Voltage MOSFETs HV LDMOS and nanoscale multi gate silicon

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  • Costas Balas - Professor: School of Electronic & Computer Engineering
    2001 he founded and he was the head of the Biomedical Imaging and Spectroscopy Lab of IESL During his tenure at FORTH Professor Balas developed and patented innovative platform imaging technologies for the non invasive diagnosis of precancerous lesions In 2002 and on the basis of his innovations he founded DySIS Medical Ltd a medical device spin off currently with international activities Apart from being the founder of DySIS Medical he held for more than 10 years key positions including member of the Board of Directors and Chief Scientific Officer head of the R D dept He is the author or co author of more than 60 peer reviewed scientific publications and has delivered numerous invited presentations in international conferences He is the sole inventor or the co inventor of several issued patents USA EU Japan China etc or pending patents a number of which has become products launched worldwide though technology transfer contracts He has attracted multimillion level EU and US grants for supporting his research and has contributed in financing the startup he founded with several millions from international venture capital entities Prof Costas Balas is the Winner of the Applied Research Innovation Competition Greece Innovates 2013 a national competition organized by Hellenic Federation of Enterprises SEV and Eurobank Greece with 130 scientific participants from academic research and industry sections The 1st prize was nominated for his project entitled Spectral machine hyper vision for early and non invasive diagnosis He has received fellowships and institutional conference and patent awards He has been a member of several international conference committees and a regular paper reviewer in top level scientific journals and conferences In 2001 he joined as an Associate Professor Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering of the Technical University of Crete Chania Greece where he developed Optoelectronics and

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  • Electric Circuits and Renewable Energy Sources Laboratory: School of Electronic & Computer Engineering
    faculty staff are branched to the following areas Sensors transducers and measurement units based on new techniques fuzzy neural data fusion WECS grid interconnection autonomous systems Photovoltaic arrays applications Design and development of inverters and converters with maximum power tracking MPPT for renewable energy sources applications Development of fuzzy logic neural networks and genetic algorithms based electronic systems for industrial control applications Energy management and optimization Systems comprising renewable energy sources EMS Energy Management and saving systems for buildings BMS Power stations dispatch interconnected with renewable energy sources Bioengineering and biomedical systems Development of water desalination systems powered by renewable energy sources Development of electronic systems for agricultural applications There is also high quality instrumentation which supports a wide spectrum of research activities on the electrical and electronic engineering area More specifically there are digital storage oscilloscopes with high sampling rate a dual beam multiple traces oscilloscope spectrum analyzing oscilloscope with FFT a power quality analyzer programmable function generators high precision multimeters an RLC measurement bridge controlled power supplies power and ground resistance meters soldering desoldering stations as well as a PCB prototyping system Many of the devices are featured with IEEE488 USB and RS232 interfaces for computer interconnection purposes Additionally microprocessor development systems In Circuit Emulators evaluation boards and the related S W for the main microprocessor families an EEPROM FLASH PLD programmer a logic analyzer and a pattern generator are also available in the laboratory The computer support of the ECRESL consists of a Web and Mail server an adequate number of fully equipped PCs and network printers all of them forming a local network interconnected to the University LAN with direct connection to the Internet There are also peripherals such as a color scanner a plotter and several high resolution DAQ cards installed in PCs All the

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  • Kostas Kalaitzakis - Professor: School of Electronic & Computer Engineering
    Crete Greece in 1954 He received his degree in Electrical and Mechanical Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens Greece NTUA in 1977 and his PhD from the School of Electrical Engineering of the Democritus Univ of Thrace Greece in 1983 He is currently Professor in the Technical Univ of Crete Greece He served as Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Georgia Institute of Technology USA Personal Web Page Education Ph D from the School of Electrical Engineering of the Democritus Univ of Thrace Greece 1983 B Sc in Electrical and Mechanical Engineering National Technical University of Athens Greece NTUA 1977 Research Areas Sensor and measurement systems based on new techniques fuzzy neural genetic data fusion Renewable Energy Sources systems interconnection to the grid autonomous systems Power electronics inverters and converters maximum power tracking from wind generators and photovoltaic arrays Electronic control devices for industrial applications based on fuzzy logic neural networks genetic algorithms Building Energy Managements systems Bioengineering and biomedical systems Water Desalination plants powered by renewable energy sources Development of electronic devices for agricultural applications irrigation water saving production improvement etc Sector Electronics and Computer Architecture Division Laboratory Electric Circuits and Renewable Energy Sources Laboratory Courses Electric Circuits

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  • Microprocessor and Hardware Laboratory: School of Electronic & Computer Engineering
    funded research and international recognition The Microprocessor and Hrdware Lab MHL of the Technical University of Crete has been a state recognized Academic Laboratory since 1990 Greek Government Newspaper FEK of April 3 1990 No 51 Vol 1 Presidential Decree 125 In 1994 Prof Apostolos Dollas was elected and remains to date MHL Director Education and Research Research The areas of scientific and educational activity of the MHL include computer architecture reconfigurable computing computer hardware design and implementation of digital microelectronic systems rapid system prototyping design at high levels of integration VLSI FPGA etc and CAD tool development The MHL is a member of the EUROPRACTICE consortium Education Undergraduate Courses ACE 101 Logic Design ACE 201 Digital Computers ACE 211 Advanced Logic Design ACE 312 Computer Organization ACE 401 Embedded Computer Systems ACE 411 Computer Architecture ACE 412 Microelectronic System Implementation ACE 413 Parallel and Distributed Computer System Architecture ACE 501 VLSI and ASIC System Design ACE 523 Real Time Systems ACE 525 High Performance Architecture Postgraduate Courses ACE 601 Introduction to VLSI System Design ACE 612 Microelectronic System Implementation ACE 613 Parallel and Distributed Computer Architecture ACE 620 Development of CAD Tools for the Design of Integrated Circuits ACE

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  • Automation Laboratory: School of Electronic & Computer Engineering
    areas Motor Drives Control Energy Loss Optimization Fuzzy Logic Controllers for electro motion systems i e robotics robot actuators hybrid electric vehicles electric ships Application of automatic and intelligent control of Power Flow design of control algorithms and controllers for Hybrid Energy Production Parks i e turbine generators photovoltaic fuel shells Robotics applications in surgical planning kinematics dynamics and control of Robotic Systems with emphasis on Humanoids Bipeds Whole body motion Torque Control Zero Moment Point ZMP principle Omni directional walking modern Control techniques for bypassing challenges in stable walking and producing human like locomotion UAVs design of Autopilot Systems for aircrafts and submarines intelligent methods for autonomous navigation planning and control in extreme environments i e Search and Rescue planes Autonomous Underwater Vessels for inspection of shipwrecking Mechatronics analysis modeling and control of mechatronic systems design and implementation of electromechanical devices applications in biomedical systems and power engineering Control methodologies and design practices in Biomedical Systems applications of automatic control in drug delivery research on development of automated drug delivery systems Industrial applications Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition SCADA systems Distributed Control Systems Advanced Control configurations for complex systems using Programmable Logic Controllers PLC s and Programmable Automation Controllers PAC s Penetration testing of Industrial Systems Performance and Security analysis Soft Computing applications in various fields including Humanoid Robotics Unmanned Systems Electrical Power Systems and Biomedical Engineering Transportation system control The undergraduate courses supported by the laboratory are SYS 401 Basic Circuit Theory 7th Semester SYS 402 Basic Circuit Theory 8th Semester SYS 411 Basic Circuit Theory 7th Semester SYS 412 Basic Circuit Theory 8th Semester SYS 413 Electric Circuits Analysis 8th Semester SYS 414 Electric Measurements and Sensors 8th Semester SYS 514 Power Electronics 8th Semester SYS 511 Renewable Energy Sources 9th Semester SYS 512 Computer Aided Circuit

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  • Michael Zervakis - Professor: School of Electronic & Computer Engineering
    in research on modern aspects of signal processing including estimation and constrained optimization multi channel and multi band signal processing wavelet analysis for data image processing and compression biomedical imaging applications neural networks and fuzzy logic in automation applications He has been involved in more than 20 international projects and has published more than 90 papers in related areas of image signal processing Personal Web Page Education Ph D Department

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  • Information and Networks Laboratory: School of Electronic & Computer Engineering
    technology transfer in the fields of computer networks information transmission speech and natural language processing dialogue systems and multimodal user interfaces The laboratory offers three core undergraduate courses as well as multiple elective undergraduate and graduate courses The laboratory offers significant processing resources as well as specialized equipment for recordings Education and Research Research The Information and Networks Laboratory has developed strong research activity by participating at numerous research programs The research fields of main interest can be divided into the following areas Computer Networks Unified Services Digital Wireless Personal Communication Networks Multiple Access Communication Networks Local And Metropolitan Area Broadband Networks Data Transmission Over Asynchronous Transfer Mode ATM Networks Centralized And Distributed Systems For Multimedia Information Broadcasting Over Communication Networks Scheduling For Multimedia Servers Scheduling For Data Broadcasting Over IP And Wireless Networks High Speed Network Processors Low Power Encryption And Authentication Devices For Networking Environments Speech and Natural Language Processing Speech Processing And Recognition Natural Language Understanding Speech Coding Speech Synthesis Acoustic And Language Modeling Robust Speech Recognition And Adaptation Natural Language Understanding Machine Translation Multimodal Interfaces Education Undergraduate Courses THL211 Probabilities and Random Signals THL303 Statistical Modeling and Pattern Recognition THL401 Computer Networks Ι THL402 Introduction to

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