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  • Apostolos Dollas - Professor, Dean of the School: School of Electronic & Computer Engineering
    Greece where he has served one term as Department Chairman He has also been on the faculty of the Electrical Engineering and of Computer Science at Duke University Dollas is the Director of the Microprocessor and Hardware Laboratory He conducts research and teaches in the areas of reconfigurable computing rapid system prototyping embedded systems and application specific high performance digital systems In all of these areas he places emphasis on the development of fully functional prototypes Dollas is a Senior Member of IEEE and the IEEE Computer Society He belongs to the Eta Kappa Nu and Tau Beta Pi and has received the IEEE Computer Society Golden Core Member award the IEEE Computer Society Meritorious Service Award and twice the Department of Computer Science Award for Outstanding Teaching at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign He is co founder of several IEEE international conferences including FCCM FPT RSP SASP and TAI and has served in the program committee of many international IEEE conferences and workshops including FCCM FPL FPT RSP SASP TAI and SBCCI Personal Web Page Education Ph D University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign ΗΠΑ 1987 M Sc University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign ΗΠΑ 1984 B

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  • Demosthenes Ellinas - Professor: School of Electronic & Computer Engineering
    Physics in Finland TFT 1984 87 1989 the University of Helsinki Department of Theoretical Physics 1991 the Vaasa Institute of Technology in Finland 1991 92 the University of Valencia in Spain Departamento de Fisica Teorica 1993 95 as postdoc the University of Crete Department of Mathematics 1995 97 the Technical University of Crete TUC Department of ECE 1997 Department of Sciences 1997 99 and the Athens University of Economics and Business Department of Informatics 2008 He joined the Department of Science of TUC as assistant professor 1999 tenured 2003 promoted to associate professor 2004 and to professor 2010 He made several extended visits as research fellow in The University of Queensland Department of Mathematics in Brisbane Australia 2000 10 In winter semester 2011 he took sabbatical leave from TUC to visit as visiting scholar the Engineering Quantum Systems Centre of Excellence of Macquarie University Sydney the School of Mathematics and Physics of University of Tasmania and the School of Mathematics and Physics of The University of Queensland in Australia His current research work includes also collaboration with research teams in University of Glasgow University of York University of Leeds in UK and the King Saud University in Saudi Arabia Personal

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  • George Karystinos - Associate Professor: School of Electronic & Computer Engineering
    five year program from the University of Patras Patras Greece in 1997 and the Ph D degree in electrical engineering from the State University of New York Buffalo in 2003 In August 2003 he joined the Department of Electrical Engineering Wright State University Dayton OH as an Assistant Professor Since September 2005 he has been an Assistant Professor with the Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering Technical University of Crete Chania Greece His current research interests are in the areas of communication theory and systems coding theory adaptive signal processing wireless communications spreading code and signal waveform design and neural networks Prof Karystinos was the recipient of the 2003 IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks Outstanding Paper Award and the 2001 IEEE International Conference on Telecommunications Best Paper Award He is a member of the IEEE Communications Signal Processing Information Theory and Computational Intelligence Societies and a member of Eta Kappa Nu Personal Web Page Education Ph D in Electrical Engineering State University of New York at Buffalo July 2003 Diploma in Computer Engineering and Science University of Patras Greece July 1997 Research Areas Wireless communications spreading code and signal waveform design interference suppression and receiver adaptation with short data records

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  • Eftichios Koutroulis - Assistant Professor: School of Electronic & Computer Engineering
    Chania Greece in 1973 He received his Diploma M Sc and Ph D in Electronic and Computer Engineering from the Technical University of Crete in 1996 1999 and 2002 respectively From September 2002 he has served as an Adjunct Lecturer and Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering Technical University of Crete He also worked as a Visiting Researcher at the Department of Energy Technology Aalborg University Aalborg Denmark Since January 2012 he has been an Assistant Professor with the Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering Technical University of Crete His research interests include the design of power converters and microelectronic energy management systems for Renewable Energy Sources applications and the design optimization of Photovoltaic power plants Since April 2011 he serves as a member of the Editorial Board of the Renewable Energy journal Personal Web Page Education Ph D Technical University of Crete 2002 M Sc Technical University of Crete 1999 B Sc Technical University of Crete 1996 Research Areas Design and Implementation of Microelectronic Circuits and Systems Electronic Energy Management Systems Renewable Energy Sources Energy Harvesting Power Electronics Electronic Measurement Systems Sector Electronics and Computer Architecture Division Laboratory Electric Circuits and Renewable Energy Sources

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  • Polychronis Koutsakis - Associate Professor: School of Electronic & Computer Engineering
    Greece and his MSc and Ph D degrees in Electronic and Computer Engineering from the Technical University of Crete From July 2006 till December 2008 he was an Assistant Professor at the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of McMaster University Canada with his research being funded by the National Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada NSERC In January 2009 he joined the School of Electronic and Computer Engineering of the Technical University of Crete as an Assistant Professor and received tenure as an Associate Professor in April 2014 He has authored more than 90 peer reviewed papers in his research areas which can be found below and is the co inventor of 1 US patent owned by the Blackberry Ltd company developer of the Blackberry He is a Senior Member of the IEEE He was honored for two consecutive years 2012 2013 as Exemplary Editor of the IEEE Communications Society for his work as an Editor of the IEEE Communication Surveys and Tutorials Journal Personal Web Page Education PhD Electronic and Computer Engineering Technical University of Crete 2002 MSc Electronic and Computer Engineering Technical University of Crete 1999 5 year Diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Patras

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  • Michail Lagoudakis - Associate Professor: School of Electronic & Computer Engineering
    position at the Shannon Laboratory of AT T Labs May 2000 August 2000 He received his doctoral degree in Computer Science with distinction from Duke University in May of 2003 Personal Web Page Education Ph D in Computer Science Duke University 2003 M Sc in Computer Science University of Louisiana Lafayette 1998 Dipl in Computer Engineering and Informatics University of Patras 1995 Research Areas His research interests focus on Machine

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  • Katerina Mania - Associate Professor: School of Electronic & Computer Engineering
    were fully funded by Hewlett Packard Laboratories Prior to her Ph D she was a full time researcher and consultant at Hewlett Packard Laboratories in Bristol UK working on architectural visualisation 3D user interfaces and 3D graphics for the web from 1996 till 1998 After completion of her Ph D in 2001 she was appointed as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Informatics University of Sussex UK achieving tenure in 2004 She was on academic study leave from August until December 2003 at NASA Ames Research Centre USA Advanced Displays and Spatial Perception Laboratory working on user latency detection and adaptation in Virtual Environments with Dr Stephen Ellis Dr Bernard Adelstein and Mr Michael Hill This collaboration resulted in two research publications and co presenting four tutorials at major international conferences such as IEEE Virtual Reality and ACM Siggraph She is now appointed as an Assistant Professor at the Technical University of Crete Greece Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering She has chaired or co chaired various academic programs of conferences such as ACM Siggraph 2003 VAST 2006 Eurographics 2008 ACM Multimodal Interfaces 2008 and has served as a memberof various program committees She is currently serving as one of the Associate Editors for ACM Transactions on Applied Perception and Presence Teleoperators and Virtual Environments MIT Press Personal Web Page Education Ph D in Computer Science Department of Computer Science University of Bristol UK 2001 Master of Science M Sc in Advanced Computing Global Computing and Multimedia University of Bristol UK 1996 Bachelor of Science B Sc in Mathematics Department of Mathematics University of Crete Greece 1994 Research Areas Perception based Computer Graphics Simulation Engineering Human factors HCI and Virtual Environments Human factors Engineering Fidelity Metrics for Computer Graphics Simulations 3D Spatial cognition 3D User Interfaces Psychophysics Usability Engineering

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  • Daphne Manoussaki - Assistant Professor: School of Electronic & Computer Engineering
    National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders During 1999 2000 she worked at the Institute for Neuroradiology at the University Hospital of the University of Zurich and collaborated with the Institute for Fluid Mechanics at MAVT ETHZ In 2000 she returned to Greece where she held visiting faculty appointments at the Department of Applied Mathematics University of Crete Heraklion and the Department of Sciences Technical University of Crete Hania In 2004 she joined the Department of Mathematics at Vanderbilt University as a tenure track Assistant Professor where she taught until 2006 In 2006 she joined the Department of Sciences at the Technical University of Crete and since 2013 she is a faculty member at the Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering Between 2004 and 2012 she received training in wet lab techniques and worked in different cell biology labs At the Center for Cell Dynamics University of Washington 2004 at the 2008 Cell Physiology Course MBL Woods Hole MA and at the Laboratory of Cell and Tissue Morphodynamics NHLBI NIH Bethesda MD 2012 Daphne Manoussaki has received awards for her research from the French Society for Theoretical Biology Pierre Delattre Prize from the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders NIH and the Chancellor s prize at Vanderbilt University Her research on the significance of the cochlea s spiral shape on low frequency sound perception has been highlighted by numerous scientific magazines and societies Discover Magazine top 100 science stories top 2 math stories 2006 Nature Physics highlights Physical Review Focus PNAS highlights κλπ Her current research interests include cell mechanics and angiogenesis Personal Web Page Education Ph D in Applied Mathematics 1996 Thesis Title Modelling the formation of vascular networks in vitro University of Washington Seattle WA Thesis advisor Professor James D Murray FRS Acad Sci Paris

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