Eleftheria Polyxronidou is a member of the Computational Biology & Medicine Group of the Biomedical Research Foundation (Academy of Athens) and a research associate in the Informatics and Telematics Institute (ITI). She received her Diploma in Production Engineering and Management from the School of Engineering of Democritus University of Thrace and her MSc in Energy Technologies and Sustainable Design from the Department of Mechanical Engineering of University of Cyprus.
Her research interest focus on Molecular Dynamics, Homology Modelling, NGS and Multiple Sequence Alignments, and Biological databases.
- An informatics probabilistic method for pattern discovery in immunoglobulin amino acid sequences” Proceedings of the 10th conference of the Hellenic Society for Computational Biology & Bioinformatics HSCBB15 – Biomedical Research Foundation Academy of Athens (BRFAA), Athens, Greece, 09-11/10/2015
- Unique Versus Common: DiseaseBiased Immunoglobulin Gene Repertoires Along with Public Antigen Receptor Stereotypes in Marginal Zone BCell Lymphoproliferations”. Proceedings of the 57th ASH Annual Meeting & Exposition Orlando, FL.USA, December 5-8, 2015
- Molecular dynamics simulations through GPU video games technologies , Journal of Molecular Biochemistry 3, June 2014
- Biological databases as key for data integration, analysis and visualization modelling , ” Online Journal of Bioinformatics April 2015
- Notch Signaling and Ageing, Springer International Publishing October 30, 2014
Dr.Psiha Maria holds a Ph.D degree from the Department of Informatics at Ionian University in Corfu, Greece. She received her M.Sc. in Information Systems and her Diploma in Informatics from the Ionian University, Greece. She has been also involved in the project S.M.ART. BUIL.T. for the Ionian University.
Her research is focused in Mitochondrial Biogenesis- Disruption of Mitochondrial Dynamics in Parkinson’s disease, Amyloid-β Interaction and Metal Ions, ontology-based model for the early diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease, Stochastic Model for Protein Synthesis and Activation Through RNA-Protein Interaction in BioAmbients Calculus, Evaluation of Mitochondrial Population as a Dynamic System, and Modeling Closed Rna Secondary Structures via Travelling Salesman Problem.
Eirini Banou received her diploma in Applied Informatics from University of Macedonia, in Thessaloniki and her Master in Science degree from Department of Informatics from Ionian University in Corfu.
Her research interest mainly concern Bioinformatics, Neurogenerative Diseases, Artificial Intellegence
- Komianos, V., Moustaka, E., Andreou, M., Banou, E., Fanarioti, S., & Kermanidis, K. L. (2012). Predicting Personality Traits from Spontaneous Modern Greek Text: Overcoming the Barriers. In Artificial Intelligence Applications and Innovations (pp. 530-539). Springer Berlin Heidelberg
- Banou, Eirini. “Kinesia Paradoxa: A Challenging Parkinson’s Phenomenon for Simulation.” GeNeDis 2014. Springer International Publishing, 2015. 165-177
Dr. Konstantinos Giannakis holds a Ph.D degree from the Department of Informatics of the Ionian University in Corfu. He received his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degree in Informatics from the same University. He is also a member of the association “Computability in Europe”, IEEE Computer Society, and ACM SIGACT.
His research interests include Automata Theory, Algorithms, Quantum and Unconventional Computation, Probabilistic models of Computation and Logic, and Semantic Web.
- Theocharopoulou G., Giannakis K., and Andronikos T.(2015) “The Mechanism of Splitting Mitochondria in Terms of Membrane Automata.” The 15th IEEE International Symposium on Signal Processing and Information Technology ISSPIT
- Giannakis K., Andronikos T., Membrane automata for modeling biomolecular processes. Natural Computing, 2015. (Impact Factor 0.757)(Springer)
- Giannakis K., Papalitsas C., Andronikos T.,Quantum automata for infinite periodic words. Quantum automata for infinite periodic words, The 6th International Conference on Information, Intelligence, Systems and Applications, IISA 2015. (IEEE) (to be published)
- Papalitsas C., Giannakis K., Theotokis D., Andronikos A., Sifaleras A., Initialization methods for the tsp with time windows using variable neighborhood search. The 6th International Conference on Information, Intelligence, Systems and Applications, IISA 2015. (IEEE) (to be published)
- Giannakis K., Andronikos T., Use of Büchi automata and randomness for the description of biological processes. International Journal of Scientific World, vol. 3, n. 1, pp 113-123, 2015.
- Giannakis K., Andronikos, T., Mitochondrial fusion through membrane automata GeNeDis 2014, Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology Volume 820, pp 163-172, 2015. (Impact Factor 1.958)(Springer)
- Giannakis K., Andronikos T., Querying linked data and Büchi automata. 9th International Workshop on Semantic and Social Media Adaptation and Personalization (SMAP), pp 110-114, 2014. (IEEE)
- Giannakis K., Chorianopoulos K., Jaccheri L., User Requirements for Gamifying Sports Software 3rd GAS workshop in ICSE ’13, 2013. (IEEE)
- Theocharopoulou G., K. Giannakis K.,Web Mining to Create Semantic Content: A Case Study for the Environment Artificial Intelligence Applications and Innovations IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology Volume 382, 2012, pp 411-420, 2012. (Springer)
- Koursaris S., K. Giannakis K., Hellenic Natural Resources with Ontologies 5th Panhellenic Scientific Conference for Bachelor and Master students in Informatics, its related Technologies and Applications («EURIKA! 2011»), 2011.
Dr. Alexiou Athanasios is a Mathematician with a PhD in Bioinformatics Algorithms and Mathematical Modeling in Biology.Nowadays he cooperates with the Ionian University at the Department of Informatics in Corfu-Greece, as a Postdoc Fellow in the Bioinformatics and Human Electrophysiology Laboratory and as a Bioinformatics instructor at the University of Thessaly, Department of Computer Science and Biomedical Informatics.
His research interests mainly concern Protocols for early diagnosis of neurological diseases associated with mitochondrial dysfunctions and control mild cognitive disorders, Expert decision making systems for diagnosis of chronic diseases, Mathematical Modeling, Stochastic programming and Simulation, Bioinformatics Algorithms, Advances in Neuroinformatics, Quantum Mechanics applications in Biology, Combinatorics and Discrete Mathematics, Ethics and Legal aspects in applied science, Bioethics and Neuroethics and Alternative expression of biological knowledge through BioArt creations
Stefan Kallis is a Ph.D student in Bioinformatics at Department of informatics at Ionian University. She received her diploma from the Department of Nutrition from University of Greenwich in London and her master’s degree and diploma (MSc. & DLSHTM) with specialization in Public Health and Nutrition (Public Health Nutrition) of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
Her research interests mainly concern Bioinformatics
Kyriaki Ypsilanti received her M.Sc in Informatics & Digital Media from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece and her Diploma in Informatics from the Ionian University, Greece.
Her research interest mainly concern Neuroeducation, Mild Brain Disfunctions and Bioinformatics
Spiros Ktenas received his diploma in Computer Science from The University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology UMIST and Master of Business Administration from University of Wales
Spyros Ktenas MBA, BSc, PMI-PfMP, PMI-ACP,PRINCE2 has heavy PM experience (PM for IT projects in Health, Telecommunications, Insurance, Security and Defense, Manufacturing, EU RnD Projects etc.). Also, he has managed projects within a diverse IT area and different technologies (Intranets/Extranets, Web, Mobile, ERP, CRM, MIS, KMS etc.). His professional experience includes PM roles in European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), PMO at Globo plc, PM at EXUS and more. He has delivered tangible results for more than 100 projects. He has also been the PMO of a large PM and development teams. Moreover, he has technical background and skills for PHP, MySQL, HTML5, JQUERY, iOS.
He is the first PfMP (PMI Portfolio Management Professional) in south-eastern Europe (focus on increasing business value by aligning projects with strategy, monitor, control and optimize) and one of the few PMI Agile Certified Practitioners. He is also PRINCE2 certified with BSc(IT) from Umist and a MBA from University of Wales. He has even built his own tools for project management, which are in use by hundreds of PMs around the world. As a PM he is well known, author, invited speaker in key events (i.e. Project Management Conference 2015, Startup Europe Week, various PM Workshops, President of the judge committee of the Crowd Hackathons -HERE Maps, Google sponsored- etc).
- BYOD – Bring your own device and release your business.
July 15, 2014
The vision, the market, the future (In Greek Language)
- High Performance Teams in Project Development.
February 16, 2014
Delivering exceptional results (In Greek Language)
- Analysis: Project Management for IT .
June 13, 2014
An article on Managing IT projects, in Greek, Language published at infocom “Saving 750 billion every year”
- A Team Evaluation – Performance Tool (tool)
January 8, 2014
The questions fall in different groups and have a weigh factor.
The aim is to provide always the most complete team performance evaluation method based on the current trends.
- Cost of Software
October 20, 2013
Over the time, the Cost of Software or how much a software product or a custom software development feature will cost has become one of the most challenging things to refer to. What is also true is that the cost of software is one of the most important factors (in many cases the most important one) when deciding if you do the software development and/or, after the delivery, when out coming if this was a successful project or not.
- Project Management: Manage expectations with proper estimates
January 10, 2014
Managing expectations is about giving proper estimates with successful communication (In Greek Language)
- Agile Methodologies for Software Project Management (Part1 – Intoduction)
March 6, 2013
12 Principles of Agile
Agile Declaration of Interdependence
Agile vs Waterfall
- Effort Estimation for Software Development using 5 different methods (tool)
June 6, 2013
- Effort Estimation for Software Development
August 8, 2013
Constantive Vonglis received his Ph.D diploma in Computer Science from Ioannina University. He also received his Diploma in Computer Science from the Computer Science Department of Ioannina University and his MSc in Information Technology from the same University.
His research interest focus on Development and implementation of Universal and Local Optimization algorithms, Implementation of parallel algorithms (MPI, OpenMP), Simulation systems using Molecular Dynamics techniques, Neural networks for pattern recognition and function approximation, Optimization in inverse scattering problems (Inverse Scattering problems), graphs imaging applications level (Graph Drawing).