Dr. Hadjinicolaou Maria is a Professor and the Dean of the School of Science and Technology at the Hellenic Open University. She received her diploma in Mathematics from University of Patras and her Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the Polytechnic School of University of Patras. She was a post-doctoral Researcher in Research Institute of Chemical Engineering and High-Temperature Chemical Processes and at Department of Mechanical and Aeronautics University of Patras
Her research interest mainly concern quantitative methods in Applied mathematics, Partial Differential Equations, Boundary value problems in spherical and non-spherical geometry (Spheroidal , bispherical, ellipsoidal,etc), Spectral decomposition of Tensors of Mathematical Physics, the Fokas method, Stokes flow, Mathematical modelling in biosciences (flow of biologigal fluids, tumor growth, imaging techniques), Wave propagation, Direct and inverse Scattering problems non invasive techniques for testing.
Dr. Foteini Kariotou is an assistant professorof the School of Science and Technology at the Hellenic Open University. She received her diploma in Mathematics from University of Patras and her Ph.D. from the Chemical Engineering Department of the Polytechnic School of University of Patras.
Her research interest mainly concern Boundary Value Problems in Ellipsoidal Geometry, Analysis of Biomedical Models – Tumour Growth, Brain Imaging, Direct and Inverse Scattering Problems, Wave Theory in Acoustics, Electromagnetism and Thermoelasticity, Partial Differential Equations of Mathematical Physics
Dr. Ilias Kotsireas is Professor in Physics & Computer Science in Wilfried Laurier University-Waterloo. He received his B.Sc. from Department of Mathematics from University of Athens and his Ph. from Department of Computer Science from Universite Paris 6.
His research mainly concern Genetic Algorithms, Symbolic Computation, Computer and Computational Algebra, Combinatorial Matrix Theory, Combinatorial Optimization, Commutative Algebra and Algebraic Geometry, Combinatorial Designs, Discrete Mathematics, Combinatorics.
Dr. Theodore Andronikos is Assistant Professor at the Department of Informatics at Ionian University. He received his diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering from School of Electrical and Computer Engineering of National Technical University of Athens. He holds Ph.D. in Computer Science from the same University. He was also as Postdoctoral researcher at the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at National Technical University of Athens.
His research mainly concern Internet programming, Dynamic scheduling algorithms for parallel and distributed heterogeneous systems, Query languages and inference engines for ontologies and the semantic the web, Quantum computation and quantum automata, Probabilistic automata and automata on infinite objects, Temporal logics for automated synthesis and verification of reactive systems
He is a Clinical Senior Lecturer at King’s College London (KCL) and a Consultant Neurologist at King’s Health Partners. He is also a Visiting Clinical Senior Lecturer in Neurology and Principal Investigator in the Neurology Imaging Unit at Imperial College London. He graduated in Medicine from the University of Athens (Greece), and he obtained an MSc and the Diploma of Imperial College London in Integrative Neuroscience. He holds a PhD in Clinical Neuroscience from Imperial College London.
His research mainly concerns the use of molecular (PET) and functional (fMRI) imaging as a method of investigating aetiology, pathophysiology, and effects and complications of novel therapies in Neurodegenerative disorders
Dr Theodoros Arvanitis is a Professor of e-Health Innovation and Head of Research at the Institute of Digital Healthcare, WMG, at University of Warwick. He also holds the post of co-Director of the West Midlands AHSN Digital Theme. He received his RT (BSc) degree (medical radiological technology) from the Technological Educational Institute of Athens, Greece, and his DPhil (biomedical engineering) from the University of Sussex, UK. His postdoctoral work at the University of Sussex included a lab director/research fellow post at the Trafford Centre for Medical Research and a full-time lectureship in the School of Cognitive and Computer Sciences .
His research interests span the areas of biomedical engineering, neuroimaging and health informatics.
His research interest mainly concern Energy (especially thermodynamic models for the petroleum, chemical and biochemical industries), Environment (CO2 capture, fate of chemicals), Materials and Nanotechnology (polymers – paints, product design, colloid & surface chemistry), and Biotechnology (thermodynamics, pharmaceuticals).