Dr. Vassilios Diakoloukas, received his diploma in Physics from the University of Crete at Heraklion, in 1994. In 1996 he received his Master’s Diploma (MSc) from the school of Electrical Engineering of the University of Durham in England, and in 2000 he obtained his PhD from the school of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) of the Technical University of Crete.
Since December of 2003 he has been a teaching and research associate at the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering of the Technical University of Crete. He has participated in several National and International research. He has been honored from the «IEEE Signal Processing Society» with the «Young author best paper award» in 2000, for one of his journal publications. He is a member of the IEEE Signal Processing Society and the International Speech Communication Association (ISCA). He is the author or co-author of several journal and conference papers and he also holds two patents. His research interests include speech recognition, speech synthesis, signal processing including speech processing, pattern recognition and stochastic modeling, natural language processing, spoken language understanding, language modeling and recognition and statistical dialogue managers.
Dr. Konstantinos Georgopoulos has been a Research Associate at the Telecommunication Systems Institute of the Technical University of Crete since 2011. He was awarded his PhD in 2007 by the Engineering Department of Lancaster University U.K. and, subsequently, worked as a Senior Teaching Associate at the same department for the next three years. Dr. Georgopoulos has been active in both Academic teaching as well as research, specifically, he has taught undergraduate as well as postgraduate courses for Lancaster University, the Technical University of Crete and, finally, the Athens University of Economics and Business. Moreover, he has participated in numerous research projects (FP7, Horizon2020, Αριστεία) both on the purely scientific/research aspects as well as on the managerial requirements of these projects. His research interests revolve mainly around reconfigurable hardware as the technology for addressing contemporary and demanding scientific challenges such as high performance computing, security and novel architectures.
Iakovos Mavroidis is a member of Computer Architecture and VLSI Systems (CARV) Laboratory of the Institute of Computer Science, FORTH in Greece. From 1991 to 1995, he was awarded two gold and two bronze medals in national competitions and two honorable mentions in International Olympiads in Mathematics and Computer Science. He received his M.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the University of California at Berkeley in 2001. He worked at Sun Microsystems in 2000, designing a network interface card. From 2001 to 2002 he was with MIPS Technologies, where he was responsible for the design of the Load Store Unit and Memory Management Unit of the R20K microprocessor. From 2004 to 2006 he was with Ellemedia Technologies designing a network processor as a senior engineer. From 2007 to 2010 he was with Virtual Trip as a Manager of the Integrated Systems Group. From 2004 to 2006 and from 2012 until now he has been also a Visiting Instructor in Computer Science at the University of Crete, Greece. In 2011, he received his Ph.D. degree from the Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering at the Technical University of Crete in Greece. He was the author and Technical Manager of two EU projects (FASTCUDA, VPlanet), participated in several other EU projects (EUROSERVER, ExaNeSt, ExaNode, HiPEAC, DeSyRe, ENCORE, OSMOSIS, TEXT, FASTER, HEAP, NPMADE, LYDIA) and is coordinating two EU projects (ECOSCALE, RAPID).
Dr. Dimitris Theodoropoulos is an affiliated researcher at the Telecommunication Systems Institute of the Technical University of Crete, in Chania, Greece. In 2003 and 2006 he obtained his Diploma (5-year degree) and M.Sc degree respectively from the Electronic and Computer Engineering department at the Technical University of Crete, Greece. In 2007, he joined the Computer Engineering department of the Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands, where he worked towards his PhD. From 2011 until 2018, he worked as an affiliated post-doc researcher at the Computer Architecture and VLSI Systems group at the Foundation for Research and Technology – Hellas (FORTH) in Crete, Greece. Dimitris Theodoropoulos is / has been involved at technical and management level in the following research projects: BLEeper Tetramax-supported project, EDRA H2020 FET Innovation Launchpad (#851631), REMAP Tetramax-supported project, dRedBox H2020 project (#687632), AXIOM H2020 project (#645496), DeSyRe FP7 project (#287611). His current research interests include: embedded systems, IoT / cloud computing and reconfigurable computing.
Telecommunication Systems Research Institute (T.S.I.)
Technical University of Crete
Campus – Akrotiri
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