April 18, 2019
The workshop is organized by the Research Group "SmartRue" of ECE-NTUA in cooperation with ELECTRA ...
April 17, 2019
Educational Workshop for the celebration of the International Day of Light
April 9, 2019
Lecture Title: A Technical Command and Control Architecture for Large-Scale Disaster Response
April 4, 2019
Thesis Title: Social network data retrieval, processing and analysis focusing on sentiment analysis ...
March 28, 2019
Robotic Process Automation and Chatbots in Large and Complex Organizations
A self-contained presentation of methods, theory, and results related to some of the most important open problems in mathematics. "Open Problems in Mathematics" (Springer) is co-edited by Michael Rassias (ECE '10) and John Nash.
The Laboratory for Computational Brain at Rutgers University has several openings for PhD students in neuro-inspired and neuro-controlled robotics. Searching for Renaissance types who are broadly trained and can march across disciplines to find solutions!
Prof. Antonios Kladas awarded with the 2016 ICEM Arthur Ellison Achievement Award for outstanding sustained technical contributions in the field of electrical machines
Professor Antonios G. Kladas has been recognized with the 2016 Arthur Ellison Achievement Award during the last edition of ICEM held in Lausanne, September 4-7, 2016.
Ph.D. Positions Available in the area of: “Wearable and Implantable Technologies”, including, but not limited to, antennas, circuits, sensors, stimulators, etc. under the supervision of Prof. Asimina Kiourti, ElectroScience Laboratory (ESL), Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), The Ohio State University (OSU)
The research group "Prometheus", composed of volunteer students of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering of the National Technical University of Athens (ECE-NTUA) participated for eighth consecutive year in the internationally renowned European fuel economy competition Shell Eco-Marathon 2016, organized under the auspices of European Commission in London on July 1st – 3rd.
1st place in Greek National Educational Robotics Competition for the IEEE NTUA Student Branch robotics team
The IEEE NTUA Student Branch robotics team, composed of undergraduate students Ilias Theodoridis, Antonis Trichonas and Ilias Psyroukis and George Kovanis as their coach, took the 1st place in the 8th Greek National Educational Robotics Competition - WRO Hellas 2016 at the “Advanced Robotics Challenge” category.
The European Space Agency (ESA) is now inviting entrepreneurs to submit innovative ideas to the Open Call of the Earth Observation Entrepreneurship Initiative (EOEI). The initiative is looking for innovative business idea’s using Earth Observation data aiming to turn the grand challenges of our society, emerging business needs and advances in digital technologies into new growth opportunities for Europe.
The principal research target of the MMR-IBTM project was to develop low-cost arrangements with integrated passive microwave radiation monitoring function, which can be used as early warning and monitoring devices for sub-tissue abnormalities, such as initial stage breast cancer. In addition, a major business target of the MMR-IBTM project was to harmonically collaborate with a Chinese company by having complementary research and development competences, as well as by exchanging working methodologies and business mentality, and having as vision a future fruitful continuation of the cooperation, towards industrialization and productization of the project’s outcome.
WLDCL in European Space Agency's research project "Multi-Magnetometer Methods for Magnetic Dipole Modelling"
In various exploration missions, magnetometer-carrying spacecrafts aim to reveal the structural composition of planets and to study the complex interactions between the solar wind and the planetary environments. Magnetic field levels are usually extremely low making the need for “magnetically clean” spacecraft. . The aim of this project is to increase reproducibility of test results by a reduction of measurement sensitivity to environment variations occurring during the test. The activity shall strive in parallel also to reduce considerably required test time and necessary operator expertise.