Dr. Elpida Charalambous
She was born in Athens. She is a biologist and currently she works as an external researcher at the Laboratory of General Pathology of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.
Her research interests include Molecular biology, Molecular base of cancer.
Born in Ioannina in 1980. He has a diploma in Computer Engineering and Informatics from the University of Patras (2003) and a doctorate from the Medical Technology Unit and Intelligent Information Systems and the Medical School of the University of Ioannina (2009) concerning Data Mining and Decision Support systems. He participated in the writing and implementation of several research projects funded by the European Union and from other sources and is author of over 150 papers in journals, conferences and books.
Data modeling, Data mining, Decision support systems, Biomedical informatics
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Dr. Konstantinos Giannakis
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.
Dr. Gina Gotsi
Gina Gotsi, received her PhD in Neuroscience and Law from the University of Lausanne, Switzerland. She holds a Degree in Law from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and Master Degrees in Philosophy of Law and in History of Law from the Universities of Athens and Paris 1-Panthéon Sorbonne, respectively. Dr Gkotsi currently teaches Bioethics at the Department of Molecular Biology of the University of Thrace and collaborates with the Institute of Forensic Psychiatry of the Lausanne University Hospital (CHUV), where she has served as a research fellow.
She has published various articles and participated in a number of conferences related to “Neurolaw”. Since February 2017, she is conducting a post – doctoral research on uses of neuroimaging techniques as evidence in criminal courts.
Her general research interests include bioethics and the relation between law, ethics, behavioural science and new technologies. She is particularly interested in neuroethics, mental health law ethics and neurolaw. Her current research involves the examination of legal and ethical issues arising from research in neuroscience.
Marios Krokidis obtained his PhD in Biochemistry from the Medical School of Patras University. He received his Diploma in Chemistry and his Master degree in “Medicinal Chemistry: Drug Discovery and Design” from Departments of Chemistry and Pharmacy of Patras University.
His research interests include Biochemistry, Pharmacology, Biochemical Analysis, Nanomedicine.
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).
Dr. Antonia Plerou
Dr. Antonia Plerou holds a Ph.D. degree from the Department of Informatics of the Ionian University in Corfu. She received Diploma in Mathematics from Faculty of Science from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and her master degree in Mathematics from School of Science and Technology of Hellenic Open University in Patra.
Her research interests are mainly related to the fields of Cognitive Science and Learning Difficulties, Dyscalculia and Algorithmic Thinking Difficulties, Artificial Neural Networks and Algorithms, Artificial Intelligence and Pattern Recognition, Neuronal Disorders treatment using Neuroinformatics, Neurofeedback Training, Neurodegenerative Diseases, and Educational Neuroscience
Mathematician, Pattern Recognition Analyst for Neuro-Educational Studies.
Dr. Maria Psiha
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.