Διδασκοντες Instructors

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Antoniou
Ioannis
 
Ioannis Antoniou investigated several aspects of Complex Systems together with Ilya Prigogine (Nobel Prize 1977) at the Solvay Institutes, Brussels. Since 2001, he is teaching Information Theory, Knowledge Processing, Modeling of Complex Systems and Chaos, Quantum Computation at the School of Mathematics and Statistics, since 2012, at the School of Biology of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He is co-founder and Director of the Masters Program on "Complex Systems and Networks" (2014-2022). Ioannis Antoniou has published more than 200 papers, has co-edited 11 books, has supervised 6 PhD Theses and 17 Masters Theses, has coordinated 14 Projects and participated in 7 projects. He has served as Deputy Director of the International Solvay Institutes of Physics and Chemistry in Brussels (1994-2003), as Head of the Mathematics Department of the AUTH (2007-2009) and as a Member of the Scientific Council of the International Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR), Dubna, Russia (2001-2014). Ioannis Antoniou is Professor Honoris Causa of Lomonosov Moscow State University and St. Petersburg State University. He was awarded the Kapitza Medal of Russian Academy, the De Donder Prize from the Royal Academy of Belgium (1991-1993), the Prigogine Price (2008) and the Excellency Price from the Aristotle University (2009). Ioannis Antoniou has served as Vice-President of the Hellenic Mathematical Society (2013-2015) and is co-founder and member of the Administrative Council of the Center for Aristotelic Studies  (2012-present) and served as co-founder and Deputy Director of the Semantic Web Unit of the Aristotle University (2012-2014).
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Complex Systems, Network and Information Dynamics,  Chaos and Dynamical Systems, Stochastic Modeling, Statistical Physics, Mathematical Physics, Computational Mathematics, Functional Analysis and Operator Theory.
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Atmanspacher Harald
 
Harald Atmanspacher received a PhD in physics at LMU Munich in 1986 and worked as a research scientist at the Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics at Garching until 1998. Then he served as head of the theory group at the Institute for Frontier Areas of Psychology at Freiburg. From 2007-2016 he was associate fellow at Collegium Helveticum (University Zurich and ETH Zurich), where he is now a member of its executive staff.
Harald Atmanspacher has been teaching at Heidelberg University, LMU Munich, TU Munich, UT Austin, Freiburg University, ETH Zurich, and held lecture courses for various extra-academic institutions. From 1989 to 2009 he served in the selection committee of the German Academic Fellowship Foundation. He is a board member of the Critical Thinking Initiative at ETH Zurich and of its Turing Center, and a board member of the Center for Contextuality Across Disciplines at Purdue University. Since 2004 he belongs to the faculty of the Jung Institute Zurich and in 2016 he was elected honorary member of the International Association for Analytical Psychology.
His publications include 15 books, about 200 scientific papers, and various special journal issues. He has organized more than 50 international workshops and conferences. Since 2012, he is the president of the Society for Mind-Matter Research and editor-in-chief of the interdisciplinary international journal Mind and Matter.
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theory of complex systems, conceptual and theoretical aspects of (algebraic) quantum theory, mind-matter relations from interdisciplinary perspectives.
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Bamidis Panagiotis
 

Panayotis Bamidis is Associate Professor in the School of Medicine of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He graduated from the Physics Department of Aristotle University, obtained his PhD from the Open University, UK on Functional Brain Imaging.  and worked as a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Department of Physiological Sciences, Medical School, University of Newcastle, UK. Professor Bamidis has published more than 150 papers, has served as reviewer in 12 Journals and as Guest editor in 10 special issues. He has taught in several Universities in Greece and worldwide, has coordinated several EU Projects and has co-organized many International and National Conferences and Workshops. Panayotis Bamidis has also served as member of several scientific committes and has received the Excellency Price of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki as a young Researcher in 2009.

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Brain Imaging, Medical Informatics, eLearning, eHealth, educational technologies, computational analysis of emotions, semantic processing and ontologies 
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Bratsas Charalampos
 
Dr. Charalampos Bratsas is teaching in the School of Mathematics of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, founder and President of the Greek Chapter of the Open Knowledge Foundation and coordinator of Greek DBPedia. He teaches in the Departments of Mathematics, Journalism, Biology and Geology and on the Inter-Faculty Master Program on Complex Systems and Networks in AUTH. He has extensive experience in Semantic Web with a focus on Linked Open Data Internationalization, Ontology engineering and applications of Statistical Knowledge to Neuroinformatics and Social Semantic Web. He has been involved in more than twenty EU research projects. He is the author of two theses, eight chapters in books, fourteen articles in journals, and more than forty of his articles have been published in International conference proceedings. He has served as a programme committee member for more than fifteen conferences and acted as a reviewer for international journals.
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Applications of Statistical Knowledge, Data Analytics, Data Mining algorithms, Semantic Web, Linked Open Data, Big Data, Data Journalism, Neuroinformatics.
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Chintiroglou 
Chariton Sarl
 
 
Chariton Charles Chintiroglou is a professor at the School of Biology of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh), where he completed his graduate and postgraduate studies. He then spent a few years as research fellow in France, Great Britain and the Netherlands. His research activity is focused on Marine Biology – Ecology- Zoogeography, Ecology of Animal Bahaviour (Ethology) and Biodiversity. He has published more than 80 scientific articles in international journals and contributed more than 150 papers in national and international conference proceedings. He lectures the graduate (Zoology, Marine Biology, Animal Behaviour, Biodiversity) and postgraduate students of the School of Biology of AUTh. He has supervised about 50 diploma theses, 25 master theses and three doctor dissertations, while he has been coordinating several research programs. He has been an invited speaker in a number of institutions as the Open University of the Municipality of Thessaloniki, and other societies and associations. He has authored or co-authored five (5) books. Two of those are translations of Biodiversity books, whereas he recently co-authored a book with the title “Happy Birthday, Darwin”, a book about a simplified scientific narration between two scientists, a biologist and a geologist, on Darwin and Darwinism. In recent years he has been active on matters of biopolitics and sustainable development, with the intention to publish the attended material. He was recently elected as Dean of the School of Sciences of AUTh and has also served as Chairman of scientific societies (Hellenic Zoological Society) and Head of the School of Biology (AUTh).
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Marine Biology, Marine Ecology, Biodiversity, Behavioral Ecology, Taxonomy, Zoology, Systematics of marine invertebrates, Biological factors  
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Emmanouilidis Christos
 
Christos Emmanouilidis is Assistant Professor at the Department of Economic Theory and Policy of the School of Economics of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Professor Emmanouilidis has graduated from the Physics Department of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and holds a Doctor's degree in Applied Statistics, from the School of Engineering, Computing and Mathematical Sciences of Lancaster University, U.K. Professor Emmanouilidis is teaching Statistics, Applied Statistics, Biostatistics and Social Statistics, Quantitative Methods and Research methods in Economics. He has published on issues of diffusion models and forecasting with social and economic applications. His research appeared in international scientific reviews such as the European Journal of Operational Research, Physica and he was funded by several National and EU Projects
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Econophysics, Forecasting Models
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Farmakis
Nikolaos
 
Nikolaos Farmakis is Associate Professor at the School of Mathematics of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki where he is teaching Sampling, General Mathematics, Statistics, Geostatistics and Probabilities for undergraduates and Sampling, Statistical Analysis, Statistics and Sampling in Environmental research, Statistical Analysis of the Web for Master Courses. His research includes more than 70 research papers and 4 basic books, namely:
1) Statistics Brief Theory-Exercises, Christodoulidi, Thessaloniki-2001
2) Introduction to Sampling, Christodoulidi Thessaliniki-2009
3) Surveys and Ethics, Christodoulidi Thessaloniki-2009
4) Sampling and Application (e-book), Kallipos program, 2015
Nikolaos Farmakis has served in more than 20 Administrative Committees. Most notably, as chairman of the election Committees of University Administration positions and as Director of the Department of Statistics and Operational Research Dept  of the School of Mathematics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
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Sampling, Surveys, Quality Control, Distributions, Distribution functions, Bias, Indices, Coefficient of Variation, Experimental Designs, Net Indices, Web Applications
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Fountoulakis
Konstantinos
 
Konstantinos N. Fountoulakis, MD, is Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, AHEPA University Hospital. Dr. Fountoulakis received his medical degree (1989), performed his residency in psychiatry (1998), and earned his doctorate in psychiatry (1999) at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He received a 3-year fellowship in psychosomatic medicine and a 1-year postdoctoral fellowship for research from the State Scholarships Foundation of Greece. Until 2003 he served as a medical officer in the Greek Armed forces retired with the rank of major. In 2005, Dr. Fountoulakis was a Research Fellow in the Department of Psychiatry, Division of Neuropsychiatry, at the University of Geneva in Switzerland. He has coauthored more than 400 papers (200 of them are published in international journals such as the LANCET, BMJ, Am J Psychiatry, British Journal of Psychiatry, Biological Psychiatry, International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology, Journal of Affective Disorders, Schizophrenia Research, Psychiatry Research, Bipolar Disorders, and the Annals of General Psychiatry), with over 5700 citations and h=40. He authored or co-authored a number of chapters in books including the Mood disorders chapter for the Wiki project of the World Psychiatric Association (WPA). He has authored the book ‘Bipolar disorders: An Evidence-Based Guide to Manic Depression’ (Springer-Verlag, 2015)
He chairs the ISNP and since 2006, he served as Secretary, since 2008 as co-chair, and currently as Chair of the Private Practice Section and also currently is chair of the section of Evidence Based Psychiatry, of the World Psychiatric Association. He served as Chair of the CINP Credentials and Membership Committee (2010-2) and currently he chairs the Neuropsychological and Psychometric Instruments Section, of the Greek Psychiatric Association. He is an active member of a number of national and international professional organizations, including the EPA, APA, WPA, CINP, ECNP, ISAD, ISBD, EBF and others, peer referee for the Cochrane Collaboration and member of the International College of Neuropsychopharmacology (CINP) Advisory Board to the Task Force on the Usefulness of Antidepressants and the Mental Health Economics Task Force of the International Psychogeriatric Association (IPA). Dr. Fountoulakis is Editor in Chief of Annals of General Psychiatry and served as Section Editor of Current Opinion in Psychiatry as well as guest editor in other international journals. Prof. Fountoulakis has served in several National and International Comittees and has received a number of national and international research awards and honorary distinctions
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General psychiatry, biological psychiatry, psychopharmacology, mood disorders, schizophrenia and personality disorders
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Gialampoukidis Ilias
 
Dr. Ilias Gialampoukidis received the BA degree in Mathematics in 2009 and the MSc in Statistics and Modeling in 2011 from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. His PhD on the Time Operator and Age of Evolutionary Processes has been obtained from the School of Mathematics of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in 2014. He is presently post-doctoral research fellow in the Information Technologies Institute (ITI) at the Centre for Research & Technology Hellas (CERTH). As a PhD student he has received the Excellence Scholarship for PhD students (2013) from the Research Committee of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and he has provided teaching assistance in Statistical Analysis of Information. Ilias Gialampoukidis is currently participating in the EC-funded project MULTISENSOR He has already 10 publications in international peer-reviewed journals and conferences proceedings and has reviewed several papers.
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Topic Modeling, Image Retrieval, Text Mining, Social Media and Big Data Analytics, Complex Systems, Network and Information Dynamics,  Chaos and Dynamical Systems, Entropy, Statistical Mechanics, Stochastic Processes
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Hasanagas Nikolaos
 
 
Dr. Nikolaos Hasanagas is the Head of the Forest Office at Pertouli, Aristotle University Forest Administration, Greece.  Dr. Hasanagas  holds 2 Master Degrees one on Forest science and natural environment, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and the other on Social Sciences from the University of Goettingen, Germany. He obtained his PhD on “Power factor typology through organizational and network analysis. (Using environmental policy networks as an illustration) from the University of Goettingen, Germany. Dr. Hasanagas has published several papers on Social Network Analysis.
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forest policy analysis, social network analysis, politico-administrative networks, organizational analysis, power theory 
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Iglezakis Ioannis 
 
Ioannis Iglezakis is Associate Professor of Law & Informatics at the Faculty of Law in the Aristotle University in Thessaloniki (Greece) and Attorney-at-law at the Thessaloniki Bar Association. He graduated from the Faculty of Law of Aristotle University (Thessaloniki) in 1987. After completing a master degree in the Universities of Thessaloniki in History, Philosophy and Sociology of Law (1990), he completed a Master degree (MLE) in European Law at the University of Hannover (1993). He received his Ph.D. from the University of Thessaloniki in 1999, and his thesis was published in 2000. He participated in the EU-funded project ‘Greek Cybercrime Center’ as scientific director for the Aristotle University and in many other EU funded projects. He has written more than 140 scientific articles and is the author of the books: Information Technology and Public Law. Fuzzy Logic Expert Systems and their application on vague legal terms, Thessaloniki 2000 (dissertation), Sakkoulas eds. [in Greek]; The Protection of Sensitive Personal Data, Athens-Thessaloniki 2003, Sakkoulas eds. [in Greek]; The Regulatory Framework of E-Commerce, Athens – Thessaloniki 2003, Sakkoulas eds. [in Greek]; Cyberlaw in Greece, Marinos/Maniotis/Iglezakis/Anthimos/Nouskalis (eds.), Kluwerlaw 2013; Social State of law; A Perspective of Greek Constitutional and European Law, Thessaloniki 2005, Sakkoulas eds. [in Greek]; Personal Data Protection in Credit Information Systems, Thessaloniki 2006, Sakkoulas eds. [in Greek]; Information Law, Thessaloniki 2008 (2nd ed.), Sakkoulas eds. [in Greek]; E-Commerce Law Handbook, Thessaloniki 2009, Sakkoulas eds. [in Greek]; Co-editor: Socioeconomic and Legal Implications of Electronic Intrusion (Premier Reference Source), IGI 2009; Co-editor: E-Publishing and Digital Libraries, (Premier Reference Source), IGI 2010; Legal Informatics. ICT’s application in the legal sector, Athens – Thessaloniki 2012, Sakkoulas eds. [in Greek]; The Right to Be Forgotten and its Restrictions, 2014 [in Greek].
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I.T. law, legal informatics, public, economic and EU law
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Intzesiloglou Nikolaos
 
Nikolaos Intzesiloglou is Professor  in  the  Law  Faculty  of  the  Aristotle  University  of Thessaloniki and Lawyer Emeritus  (since  Mars  2009). He graduated from the Faculty of Law of Aristotle University (Thessaloniki) in 1972.  His Postgraduate  studies include DEA  (Diplôme  d'études  approfondies) in «Sociologie du Droit» from the Université de Droit, d' Économie et de Sciences Sociales de Paris (Paris 2) in 1976, DEA “on  Droit Européen”  from the University of Paris 2 in 1977, DEA on “Sociologie in 1979, DEA on “Etudes Politiques” in 1980, Doctorat  d'  Etat  en  Droit",  awarded  best Doctoral  Thesis  in  1980 (Picard  prize) from the Université  de  Droit,  d'  Économie  et  de  Sciences Sociales  de  Paris (Paris  2) with title:  "The  contribution  of  systems  analysis  in  the field  of  Law" in 1980. Prof. Intzesiloglou obtained several fellowships and has taught in several European Universities. His courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels include: "Sociology of Law", "Law and electronic technology", "Economic analysis of Law and Institutions", "Institutions of European peoples", "Society and New Technologies", "Legal Theory", "System Theory and Legal Science", "Sociology  of  Mass  Media", "Science  of Communication and Techniques of Persuasion: Rhetoric, Public Opinion and Propaganda", "Law and Information", "Introduction to Sociology", "General Sociology". Professor  Intzesiloglou has published several books and research papers, has coordinated or participated in many European and international Programs, has contributed in International and National Conferences and Workshops and is very active in social media. Moreover, he has served in several committees, has been elected Head of the Department of "History, Philosophy and Sociology of Law" at the Faculty of Law and Dean  of  the  "School  of  Legal,  Economic  and  Political  Sciences"  of  the Aristotle University of Thessalonica.  
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Social Complexity and Systems analysis in law, New technology Sociology and Law, communication, social influence and law
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Kallimanis Athanasios
 
 
 
Athanasios Kallimanis, biologist, is Associate Professor in the Department of Ecology of the School of Biology of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. In the past he served as a member of faculty in the School of Environmental and Natural Resources Management of the University of Patras. He is teaching in the Schools of Biology, both undergraduate and graduate courses on Ecology, Population Dynamics, and Biostatistics. His research focuses on issues of Landscape Ecology, and more specifically in analysing the spatial pattern of biodiversity (both taxonomic and functional) under different temporal and spatial scales with an emphasis in protected areas (e.g. Natura 2000 network). To this end, he builds and analyzes ecological models
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Landscape ecology, biodiversity spatial patterns and drivers, mutualistic networks, Natura 2000, ecological modeling, functional diversity
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Kalliris George
 
 
George Kalliris is Associate Professor at the School of Journalism & Mass Communication at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. After graduating from the Department of Electrical Engineering (specialized in Telecommunications) at the School of Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh), he obtained his Doctorate degree at the same Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (New Restoration Techniques for Corrupted Music and Speech Acoustic Signals). Professor Kalliris has published extensively  and has participated and/or organized several Conferences and Workshops. Moreover he has partipated and/or coordinated several National and European research projects and applications.
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recording, processing and reproduction of sound-images-video, audiovisual performance of spaces,  processing audiovisual digital content, motion detection, multimedia education, e-learning, audiovisual production, internet television internet radio.
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Karagiannis Vassilios
 
 
Vassilios Karagiannis graduated from the Mathematics Department of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and obtained his Ph.D. in Mathematics from the Mathematics Department of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. During his doctoral dissertation he solved previously unsolved statistical experimental design problems, in a constructive and exact way, using graph theoretic methods. He is teaching the Graduate courses, “Network Theory and Applications with R software” at the School of Mathematics and “Biostatistics I and II and Applications with SPSS software” at the School of Dentistry of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Moreover he is teaching Elementary Mathematics Courses at the Secondary Level. Dr Karagiannis has published 25 research papers and has contributed in several international and national conferences with judges. Moreover, he has served as a member of the Scientific Committee of international scientific conferences and as the main statistical consultant in two European research programs.
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https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Vassilis_Karagiannis
http://gr.linkedin.com/in/vkaragiannis

Karakostas Theodoros
 
Theodore Karakostas is Professor of the School of Geology and Head of the Department 
of Meteorology and Climatology of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. After graduating from the Department of Mathematics he obtained the MSc. Degree on Atmospheric Sciences from the Department of Atmospheric Sciences of the University   of   Wyoming,  U.S.A and then his PhD on “Turbulent Diffusion and storms on Mountains”. Professor Karacostas has published extensively  and has participated in and has organized several Conferences and Workshops worldwide. Moreover he has coordinated several National and European research projects on weather and climate as well as on relevant modeling and forecasting. Theodore Karakostas was supported by several fellowships and was invited many times by the World Meteorological Organization and has served as a national, EU and International expert and reviewer in Committes. Moreover he is a member of several local, National and international Societies and Committes and a Reviewer of 20 international journals on Geoscience, Meteorology, Climatology, Environmental Fluid Mechanics, Geophysics.
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Dynamic and Synoptic Meteorology, Extreme Weather Events, Cloud Microphysics, Weather Modification, Climatic Changes, Meteorological Modeling
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Kehagias Dionisis
 
Dionisis Kehagias is a Senior Research Associate in the Informatics and Telematics Institute of Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH). He holds a Diploma and a PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering, both from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. His research interests include semantic Web technologies with emphasis on semantic web services, machine learning and software agents. During his PhD studies he and his colleagues won the first price in the 6th International Trading Agent Competition. Dr. Kehagias has substantial experience on both national and European research and development projects, as he has participated in totally nine projects, both as a senior software developer/architect and a project manager. Only in the last five years he has worked in four EC-funded projects, namely ASK-IT, OASIS, REMOTE, UniversAAL as a project manager and leader of the development team. His main expertise was on the design and development of automatic web service integration platforms. He has been teaching Software Engineering, Operating Systems and Computers, at the School of Engineering of the Democritus University of Thrace (2007-2008) and Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (2008-2009), as Adjunct Lecturer.
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semantic web and ontologies, web services, intelligent agents, data mining, knowledge representation and knowledge extraction
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Klados Manousos
 
Manousos Klados has BSc in Mathematics at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh), and a MSc and PhD in Medical Informatics at the Medical School of the same university. Now he is serving as a postdoctoral researcher in  the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences where he received a funded scholarship. From a methodological perspective, my main research interests are based mostly on human connectivity, where I am currently investigating the connectivity phenotypes of personality using fMRI. I am also interested in graph theoretical modeling of human's brain, as well as the modulation introduced in brain networks either by affective and/or cognitive stimuli or under pathological circumstances. During his career he has received several funded scholarships and awards, while until now he has worked in many EU funded research projects and he has coordinated a national one. He has organized three international conferences and participated in over 20 international conferences with peer reviewed proceedings. He has published over 18 journal papers and almost 20 international proceedings papers having a h-index=10
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Affective Neurosciences, Mathematical Cognition, Working Memory, Neurofeedback, Functional Connectivity, Graph Theory, Network Dynamics, Time-Varying Networks of Human Connectome aka Chronectome. 
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Kolyva-Machera Fotini
 

Dr Fotini Kolyva-Machera received her diploma from the Department of Mathematics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, in 1974, her D.E.A. from the Department of Mathematics, Nancy I University of France, in 1975 and her PhD from the Department of Mathematics, Nancy I University of France, in 1977. Currently, she is Associate Professor in the Faculty of the School of Mathematics of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She is author of 30 articles published in journals and conference proceedings. Dr. Fotini Kolyva-Machera is a member of Greek Statistical Institute and Greek Mathematical Society.
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Fractional Factorial Designs, Saturated Designs, Applied Statistics in Climatic Change and Social Sciences.
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Kugiumtzis Dimitris


 
 
Dimitris Kugiumtzis has BSc in Mathematics at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh), MSc and PhD at the Department of Informatics, University of Oslo, and he is Associate Professor at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, AUTh, since September 2013 (in Engineering Faculty since 2001). He was Lecturer B at the Department of Statistics, University of Glasgow, UK (2000-2001) and guest scientist (PostDoc) at the Max-Planck-Institute for Physics of Complex Systems, Dresden, Germany (1998-1999). He has participated in a number of funded research projects and to-date he is co-ordinating a national research program (Aristeia II) and participates in two other national research programs. He has organized a number of sessions in international conferences and participated in over 40 international and 20 national conferences, in some of these giving invited talks. He has published over 50 journal papers and many national and international proceedings papers and has h-index=16 (Scopus). He has acted as evaluator in European and national research programs, and he is regular referee for many international journals. He has supervised 4 PhD theses, 3 others are in progress, and many MSc theses. He teaches a number of under-graduate courses in Statistics at the Faculty of Engineering, AUTh, and post-graduate courses on statistics, time series analysis, data analysis, econophysics, and complex networks at the Dept of Civil Engineering, Dept of Mathematics and Dept of Physics, at AUTh.
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Τime series analysis, Data mining, clustering and feature selection Computational statistics, Dynamical systems and chaos, Analysis and prediction of mechanical, geophysical, biomedical, and financial data, Econophysics, Granger causality and complex networks from time series, Biosurveillance
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Kyritsis
Ioannis
 
 
Ioannis Kyritsis is Assistant Professor at the School of Economics of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki were he teaches Mathematics and Mathematical Economics.  He is a mathematician with a PhD from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki His research is focused on Mathematical modeling of Environmental problems and Sustainable Development.
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Mathematical Economics, Mathematical Modeling of Economic Systems, Models of Sustainable Development
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Loukos
Fotios
 
Dr Fotis Loukos is working for the Computing Infrastructure and Systems Administration Department of the IT Center of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki where he focuses on Network and Information Security. He is the PKI Administrator of the Hellenic Academic and Research Institutions Certification Authority (HARICA), a Certification Services Provider included in most major Root CA programs (Mozilla, Microsoft, Apple) and in the EU TSL. He is also an external contractor for the European Network Information Security Agency (ENISA). He holds a Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics from the Department of Mathematics of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, a Master of Science in Computer and Communications Engineering from the Department of Computer and Communications Engineering of the University of Thessaly and a Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Science from the Department of Informatics of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He has published numerous papers in peer-reviewed international journals and conferences, and he has been member on the Technical Program Committee for many International Conferences. In the past, he has designed Episodes for Greek National Cyber-Defense Exercise “Panoptis 2015” and for the paneuropean Cyber Security Exercise “Cyber Europe 2016”. He is a member of the CA/B Forum and the Usenix Association.
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Network and Information Security, Cryptography, Public Key Infrastructure, Networking, Peer-to-Peer Networks, Parallel and Distributed Computing
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Makris C. Georgios
 
Dr. Georgios Makris holds degrees in Mathematics from the Aristotle University, in Applied Computer Science from the University of Macedonia, MSc in WebScience and  MSc in Theoretical Informatics and Control, both from the Mathematics Department of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He obtained his PhD on Chaos Cryptograpgy from the School of Mathematics of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in 2015. Dr. Georgios Makris has published on Complex Systems, Entropy, and Networks, has significant expierience in teaching mathematics and informatics on secondary education, where he has served as vice director. Dr. Makris has contributed in several national and international conferences and workshops. Presently Dr. Makris is prostdoctorat reseacher with the School of Mathematics of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.
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Networks, Entropy, Dynamical Systems, Chaos, Cryptography, Complex Systems, Applied Statistics, Algorithms and Programming (C, C++, Java, Visual Studio, Assembly, PHP, Python)
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Mazaris Antonios
 
 
Antonios Mazaris is a Assistant Professor at the Department of Ecology, School of Biology in the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. His research interest lies in the field of Ecology and Conservation Biology. More specifically, he is interested in analyzing the spatial pattern of ecological systems and the environmental drivers of those patterns, with a focus on how scale affects the observed patterns and associations. For this research agenda he mainly relies on the construction and analysis of ecological models, as well as on the statistical analysis of real life ecological patterns. Since 2004, his research has led to more than 50 articles in peer-reviewed journals, 80 presentations at International and National Conferences and 10 book chapters. So far he has participated in 20 research projects funded by National and International sources. 
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Ecological modeling, conservation biology, sea turtles, protected areas
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Metakides George
 
Prof. Metakides received as a Fulbright scholar a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering and Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematical Logic from Cornell University in 1971. He pursued an academic career in the U.S.A. at MIT, Cornell University and Rochester University until 1978, when he returned to Greece to take the Chair of Logic at the University of Patras. He has published numerous articles and books in the areas of Mathematical Logic, Computer Science and Science Policy and is a frequent invited speaker at major international conferences. He holds honorary doctorates from the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, the Technical University of Bucharest and the University of Thessaloniki and is an honorary professor of the University of Moscow. He is a foreign member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences and an honorary member of the Romanian Academy of Science. He has received the Medal of Honour of the Bulgarian Academy of Science, the Polish Information Society Recognition Award, for his efforts to build co-operation between IT professionals in Poland and the EU, and the Telecom Europe Prize Salvà I Campillo for his contribution to the development and dissemination of new information and communication technologies in Europe.
 
Since 1984 he has held senior positions with responsibility for R&D policy, funding and international co-operation in European institutions, including president of the Research Group of the European Council and member of the ESPRIT (European Strategic Programme of Research in Information Technology) Management Committee and of the NATO Science Committee at different times between 1984 and 1987. He established and headed the department for Basic Research and International Scientific Relations in Information Technologies at the European Commission from 1988 to 1993. He was the director of the 2 billion Euro ESPRIT Programme in the European Commission’s Industry Directorate General from 1993 until its completion in 1998.
 
Until November 2002 he was director of Essential Technologies and Infrastructures in Europe’s 4 billion Euro Information Society Technologies (IST) Programme (1998-2002), in the Information Society Directorate General which - besides funding and co-ordinating R&D in information and communication technologies in the European Union - also covers information society and telecommunications policy and regulation. He is an active contributor to the promotion of co-operation between the European Union and other regions. He has instigated the establishment of research agreements between the EU and the USA (including the launch of the World Wide Web Consortium, W3C, and a joint initiative on the dependability of critical infrastructures). In addition to collaborative activities with Japan, China, Russia and the countries of Latin America, he leads a number of joint actions in Central & Eastern Europe as well as the Balkan and Mediterranean regions. As a co-founder of Digital Enlightenment Forum he serves as president since its start.
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Mathematical Logic, privacy and trust in the Web, ICT strategy
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Moyssiadis Chronis
 
Chronis Moysiadis received his diploma from the School of Mathematics, Faculty of Sciences of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, in 1972 and his PhD, on Optimization of Experimental Designs, from the same School in 1981, under the supervision of Prof. Stratis Kounias. He is working in the School of Mathematics for more than 40 years, the last 15 as Professor of Mathematical and Applied Statistics. He had taught several courses in mathematics, probability and statistics, Combinatorics and Graph Theory for the undergraduate or graduate students of School of Mathematics and some other schools or Faculties as Agriculture, Forestry, Geology, Medicine and in training programs for secondary education’s teachers, as well. Chronis Moyssiadis has written more than 50 articles in international journals, in conference proceedings or in other journals. There are more than 120 references in his scientific work. He is author or co-author of 10 textbooks and one dictionary of statistical terminology. He has supervised 10 PhD Theses and 20 Msc Theses. He was scientific coordinator of 4 research projects and participated in a lot of conferences and seminars. He served as Head of the School of Mathematics for 6 years, as vice director of the Greek Statistical Institute for 4 years and as vice president of the Hellenic Mathematical Society for 6 years.
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Mathematical Statistics, Applied Statistics, Graphs and Networks, Combinatorics, Optimal Designs, Discrete Optimization
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Moyssiadis Theodoros
 
Dr Theodoros Moysiadis received his B.Sc. in Mathematics at the School of Mathematics (SoM), Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH), Greece in 2003. He holds a M.Sc. (2005) and a Ph.D (2010) in Statistical and Operational Research, SoM, AUTH. His PhD dissertation concerned the study of time series and systems with non-homogeneous high-order Markov Chains. During his studies he received several scholarships for excellent performance, including a 3-year Scholarship from the National Scholarships Constitution (national exams) and the “Excellence” Scholarship from the AUTH Research Committee, both for PhD research. He provided in parallel supportive teaching for the SoM, AUTH in many different courses during 2004-2010. In 2011 he assumed the position of Visiting Lecturer in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics in the University of Cyprus in Nicosia. He has worked as a Visiting Lecturer for three consecutive years. In 2014 he moved back to Thessaloniki, where he assumed a postdoc position in the Institute of Applied Biosciences, in the Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH). He has published more than 15 papers in the field of theoretical and applied statistics in international peer-reviewed journals and conferences proceedings and is reviewer for many international peer-reviewed journals.
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Non-Homogeneous Markov Processes, Time Series Analysis, Statistical Analysis
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Nouskalis George
 
George Nouskalis is Assistant Professor in Law School of Aristotle University and has been working as a Supreme Court defense lawyer in the Thessaloniki since 1992. He completed his under- and post-graduate studies in the Law School of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He got a first class degree in both levels of study, getting at the same time an honorary scholarship. He wrote a dissertation on the "Criminal protection of computer software" (ed. SAKKOULA, THESSALONIKI 2003) and a monograph “Criminal protection of personal data” (ed. SAKKOULAS, THESSALONIKI 2005). He has also participated in writing the monograph on Hellas for the International Encyclopaedia of Cyber Law, part VII, on Computer Related Crime.
From 1992 until 1998 he was teaching, as a Special Postgraduate Scholar at the Department of Criminal Law and Criminology Science of the Law School of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Criminal Law to the undergraduate students on a scheme of private tutoring. Coures taught: Criminal Law-General Part , General Theory on Penalties and elements of Correctional Law, Selected Courses of Criminal Law-special part , Special Criminal Statutes
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Penal Cyber-Law, Computer Related Law, Personal Data Protection 
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Pantis
John
 
John Pantis is Professor in the Department of Ecology of the School of Biology of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Professor Pantis is teaching in the School of Biology both undergraduate and graduate courses on Ecology, Environmental Education, Population Ecology, Landscape Ecology. Sustainability and Management. Professor Pantis has published extensively, he has participated in several Conferences and Workshops and has participated or coordinated many national and EU projects. He has served as member in several Organizations, Committees and Networks and as Vice Rector of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (2011-2015). He is presently appointed Secretary General in the Ministry of Education.
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Structure, Dynamics and Management of Mediterranean type ecosystems, Indices of Environmental Stress, Environmental Education and Awareness, Management and Conservation of Protected Areas, Landscape ecology, Acoustic ecology
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Papadopoulos Georgios
 
Georgios C. Papadopoulos is Professor of Anatomy, Histology and Embryology in the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, of the Aristotle University and visiting Professor in the College of Medicine, University of Illinois, Chicago. His major research is focused on Neuroscience and includes:
Neurogenesis in the adult brain Transplantation of stem cells in animal models of brain disorders Vascular, neuronal and chemical differentiation of the mammalian hippocampal formation, Interactions of chemically defined systems in the developing and mature central nervous system of the normal and experimentally manipulated animals. Dr Papadopoulos supervised 11 PhD theses, served as member of editorial boards and reviewer of international organizations and journals, taught Neuroscience courses in several Greek Universities and published 22 books, chapters and CD.
Beyond his research activities and publications in scientific journals, Dr G. C. Papadopoulos is very active in popularizing Neuroscience by giving open lectures and writing articles and books. He is also active in fiction writing and poetry.
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Structure and function of the brain
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Papadopoulos
Konstantinos
 
 
 
Konstantinos G. Papadopoulos holds a Ph.D  (2000) and a MA (1995) in Economics from Universite Catholique de Louvain, CORE, Belgium and has followed the European Doctoral Program in Quantitative Economics (2000).  His research focuses on imperfect competition and strategic interactions and has published in leading academic journals. He teaches Microeconomics, Industrial Organization and Game Theory at the Department of Economics of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. 
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Microeconomics, Industrial Organization, Strategic Market Games, General Equilibrium,  International Economics
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Papadopoulou Alexandra
 
Alexandra Papadopoulou is Assistant Professor at the Department of Statistics and Operational research of the School of Mathematics of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She is teaching Stochastic Operational Research, Stochastic Methods in Finance, Mathematical Methods in Operational Research and Mathematical Programming at the undergraduate level and Networks and Discrete Mathematics and Stochastic Methods at the Postgraduate level.

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Probability theory and stochastic processes, Markov and Semi-Markov Processes
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Papoutsis Achilleas
 
Achille Papoutsis is Professor of Physical Chemistry at the School of Chemistry of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He is also teching at the School of Pharmacy.
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Physical Chemistry, Non-Equilibrium Chemical Thermodynamics
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Pavlides
Spyros
 
 
Professor of Geology at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, educated in Natural Sciences (1973), in Geology (1978) and PhD in Neotectonics (1985). He followed many short training courses in France (Paris VI), UK, USA (California-Nevada), Japan, China and in Greece (Seismology in the Seismological Observatory AUTH). He has studied Active Faults and Earthquake ground deformation in several places of Greece, as well as in Albania, Bulgaria, Western Anatolia (Turkey), Italy, Northern China and Taiwan. His scientific interest is in Geodynamics, Active Tectonics and Seismotectonics, especially on the broader Aegean Region, Volcanotectonics of Santorini Volcano, Structural Geology, Palaeoseismology with emphasis in Archaeoseimology and Seismic Hazard Analysis. Parallel he studies history of Geosciences. He published two Textbooks in “Neotectonics” (1986, by Pavlides & Moundrakis, in Greek, 136pp) and “Earthquake Geology” (2003, in Greek 378pp), University Studio Press, as well as “PAN-GAIA” (ΠΑΝ-ΓΑΙΑ 2007, S. Pavlides, Leader Books,  290 pp, in Greek) and “Darwin - Darwinism” (ΧΡΟΝΙΑ ΠΟΛΛΑ ΔΑΡΒΙΝΕ) by Chintiroglou, S-Ch. and Pavlides, S. (2013 University Studio Press Thessaloniki.135pp, in Greek). He served as Chairman of the School of Geology (2006-10) and as Dean of the Faculty of Science (AUTH) 2010-14.
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Neotectonics, Earthquake Geology, Paleoseismology, Archeoseismology, Aegean Seismotectonics, GreDaSS (Greek Database of Seismogenic Sources)
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Petridou Evgenia
 
Evgenia Petridou is Professor of Management in the Department of Business Administration of the School of Economics of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Professor Petridou is an Economist with a Master  of  Management  and a PhD in Human Resource Management from 
the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She has published several papers and book chapters as well as a book on Management (3 editions) and has served as Educational Supervisor in the Greek National   Center   of   Public Management, as trainer in Educational Institutions and the Greek 
Management Association, has collaborated with the Management Departments of the University of Georgia (U.S.A.), University of LA JOLLA (U.S.A.), the University of ULSTER (U.K.), with the British Institute of Business Executives, and of Communication Advertising.
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Human Resource Management, Organisational Management
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Scouras Zacharias
 
 
Zacharias Scouras is Professor of Genetics in the School of Biology of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Professor Scouras is teaching extensively both undergraduate and graduate courses on Genetics, Genetic Engineering, Biotechnology and Philosophy of Biology. He has published extensively, has partipated or coordinated several national and EU projects.
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Genetics, Evolution and Population Genetics, Genetic Engineering, Bioinformatics, Economy and Legal Aspects In Biotechnology Philosophy of Biology
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Sgardelis Stefanos
 
Stefanos Sgardelis is Professor in the Department of Ecology of the School of Biology of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Professor Sgardelis is teaching in the Schools of Biology, Chemistry and Physics both undergraduate and graduate courses on General Ecology, Population Dynamics, Mathematical Models, Complex Systems and Networks and Biostatistics. His research extends from soil ecology to population dynamics, structure and dynamics of Mediterranean Ecosystems and Spatial Models of biodiversity.
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Population dynamics, soil ecology, landscape ecology, diversity, generalized linear models, mutualistic networks
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Sidiropoulos Moysis
 
 
Moses Sidiropoulos is Professor in the Department of Developement and Programming of the School of Economics of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki were he is teaching Macroeconomics, Monetary Theory and Policy. Professor Sidiropoulos holds two PhDs from the Universite Louis Pasteur in Strassbourg, France, where he worked as a postdoctoral fellow and as Assistant Professor. He also worked as Visiting Professor at the University of Virginia, U.S.A.  Moses Sidiropoulos is Director of the Laboratory of Economic Analysis and Policy of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and Research Fellow at the Bureau d' Economie Theorique et Appliquee of the National Reserch Center of France. He has published extensively in journals like Open Economies Review, International Journal of Finance and Economics, has published several books, has coordinated several projects and serves as a member in Scientific Committes in the Ministries of Economy and Education
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Macroeconomics, Monetary Theory and Policy, Macroeconometric Models, MacroeconomicGames
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Spyrou George
 
George Spyrou received his BSc on Physics from University of Athens. He holds an MSc on Medical Physics from University of Patras and a second MSc on Bioinformatics from the Department of Biology, University of Athens. During his PhD on Medical Physics from University of Patras (Prof. George Panayiotakis’ lab), he worked on algorithms and simulations applied to breast cancer imaging. At 1994 he joined as Research Associate the Medical Imaging Research Group of Prof. George Tzanakos’ Lab in the Physics Department of University of Athens, working in the project of the small animal PET prototype design and construction. Since 1998 Spyrou collaborates with the Informatics Laboratory of the Academy of Athens (Prof. Panos Ligomenides’ Lab) in the project "Hippocrates-mst" applying medical image analysis techniques and developing decision support systems for the early detection and diagnosis of breast cancer. Since 2001, he is working as Research Scientist at the Biomedical Research Foundation of the Academy of Athens (BRFAA). For more than 10 years he had been assigned as the Head of the Department of Informatics and New Technologies at BRFAA. Spyrou was also in the initial Administration team of the BRFAA High Processing Computing Facility. Nowadays, George Spyrou leads his own research group in the Systems Biology Center at BRFAA and teaches modeling and simulation methods applied in Biomedicine as well as Systems Bioinformatics at postgraduate level. Up to now, he has authored over 120 scientific publications in peer reviewed journals and international conferences proceedings.
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Biological Networks, Systems Biology, Bioinformatics, Monte Carlo Simulations
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Tantos Alexandros
 
Alexandros Tantos has been working on the area of Computational Linguistics [CL] and Natural Language Processing [NLP] since 2003, when he completed his MSc study in Natural Language Processing in UMIST at Manchster, UK. In 2008, he completed his PhD study at Konstanz in Germany on computational semantics with distinction [awarded a prize for his PhD Dissertation from the univesrity of Konstanz] and worked for 5 years within a research project on the interface between lexical and discourse semantics at SFB471 "Variation und Entwicklung im Lexikon". After his return to Greece in 2008, he has taught CL and NLP in several greek universities. Dr. Tantos has been elected Assistant Professor at the Department of Linguistics of the Philosophy School in Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He has been writing papers on linguistic discourse structure and semantics and, lately, he has been taking on board a network perspective in his research activity.
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Computational Linguistics, Natural Language Processing, Lexical and Discourse Semantics, Pragmatics
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Tsokas Grigorios
 
Prof.  Grigorios N.  Tsokas is currently Director of the Laboratory of Exploration Geophysics of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH) and Vice President of the International Society for Archaeological Prospection (ISAP). He holds a diploma in Physics (1979,AUTH), a M.Sc. in Exploration Geophysics (1980,Leeds University, U.K.) and a Doctorate in Geophysics (1985,AUTH). He has been trained as a resident geophysical programmer by the Western Geophysical Company, Hounslow-London (1988), on behalf of the Greek Public Petroleum Company (currently Hellenic Petroleum). He was visiting researcher at York University, U.K., (1990) and visiting professor at the Colorado School of Mines, U.S.A., (1994). He has conducted more than 300 surveys in archaeological sites in Greece and abroad. He is the author of more than 180 papers (about 120 in peer-reviewed ISI journals) and awarded several international distinctions (best paper of the year 1997 in electrical methods, invited papers, invited speaker, 3 best paper awards in international conferences, editor of journals and member of international committees). He is currently member of the National committee handling the legacy data of the investigations for hydrocarbon resources. Also, he participated in the committees carrying out the international call for bidders for the non-exclusive seismic data acquisition offshore western and southern Greece, for shale gas and oil prospects in Greece and for granting the licenses for the hydrocarbon concessions in Ioannina, Patraikos gulf and Katakolon.
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Archaeological Prospection, Potential fields, Complex attributes of potential fields’ signals,    Exploration Geophysics, data acquisition, data processing, data interpretation.
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Varsakelis Nikolaos
 
Nikos Varsakelis is Associate Professor in the Department of Economics of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki were he teaches economics, advanced macroeconomics at the undergraduate level and economics of innovation at the graduate level. He has published several articles in scientific journals on technological development, regional knowledge diffusion, entrepreneurship development, and foreign direct investment. He has presented many papers in international conferences. He has served as referee for many international journals and international organizations. He served as National Expert for the Directorates General II and XV of the Commission of the EU and research project evaluator for the EU, the Swiss Research Organization and the Georgia Research Organization. He was visiting scholar at the University of Alicante (Spain) and University of Copenhagen (Denmark). He has given many lectures and seminars, as invited speaker, for many institutions and universities. He directs the Laboratory of Economic Analysis and policy since 2010. Professor Varsakelis has been elected Vice-rector of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in 2016.
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Innovation Diffusion, European Integration, Industrial and Technology Policy, Multinational Firms.
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Veglis
Andreas
 
Andreas Veglis is Head of the Media Informatics Lab and Professor at the School of Journalism & Mass Communication at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He received his BSc in Physics, MSc in Electronics and Communications, and PhD in Computer Science from Aristotle University. From November of 2010 until February of 2015 he was Head of the postgraduate program of the Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communication, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. In March of 2012 he was elected Deputy Chairman of the Department of Journalism Mass Media Communication. His research interests include information technology in journalism, new media, course support environments, data journalism, open data and distance learning. He is the author or co-author of 12 books, he has published 58 papers on scientific journals and he has presented 86 papers in international and national Conferences. Professor Veglis has been involved in 25 national and international research projects.
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Media Technology, New Media, Data Journalism, Open Data in Journalism, New Technologies in Education
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Vescoukis Vassilios
 
Diploma in Engineering and Ph.D. in electrical and computer engineering from the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), in 1991 and 1996 respectively. Assistant Professor in geo-information systems at the School of Surveying Engineering of the National Technical University of Athens.
Visiting Professor at ETH Zurich, Institute of Cartography and Geo-information, Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering (2014). Visiting Professor, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Groningen, the Netherlands (2015).
He has a 15-year experience in curriculum design and teaching of graduate and post-graduate courses at the National Technical University of Athens, the University of Piraeus, the Hellenic Open University, the National Public Administration School of Greece and elsewhere. He is among the referees and scientific committees of international journals and conferences, including "IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering" and "ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology". Authored more than 70 research articles in books, journals and conferences, including textbooks and lecture notes currently used as course material of Software Engineering in Greek Universities.
Co-founder of a software development company where he worked as software engineer until 1991. Worked for large organizations in the public and private sectors in Greece including NTUA Rector offices and CEDEFOP as independent expert consultant in Information Systems design and quality assurance, including Engineering Education strategy and design.
His professional interests include modeling and decision support in multi-hazard crisis management, strategic planning of information systems, geo-information infrastructures, interoperability and spatial analytics.
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Distributed and heterogeneous software systems, integrated simulation and combinatorial optimization in operational problems, inter-disciplinary approach of multi-hazards and cascading effects on systems and networks, open geospatial data, multi-dimensional analytics in spatial and operational problems
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Zikopoulos Christos
 
Christos Zikopoulos is assistant professor at the Department of Economics at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (A.U.Th.), Greece, where he teaches at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
He holds a Diploma (five-year degree) in Mechanical Engineering, an M.Sc. in Management of Production Systems and a Ph.D. in Reverse Logistics all from A.U.Th. He has working experience as an industrial management consultant in a number of industries and public organizations. Moreover, he has worked as a research associate at the Department of Mechanical Engineering at A.U.Th. and as a visiting lecturer at the Department of Mechanical Engineering of the University of Western Macedonia, at the Department of Marketing and Operations Management of the University of Macedonia, and at the Department of Logistics of Alexander Technological Institute of Thessaloniki.
His work has been published in well-known scientific journals, including the European Journal of Operational Research, the International Journal of Production Economics, the International Journal of Production Research, IIE Transactions and OR Spectrum.
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Operations Management, Reverse Logistics, Inventory Management, Supply Chain Management, Statistical Quality Control.
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