January 30, 2020
Thesis Title: Tunneling currents inside nanoelectronic strain sensors and vacuum transistors
January 29, 2020
Thesis Title: Coherent optical transceivers with dynamic spectral characteristics for flexible opti...
January 15, 2020
Thesis Title: RANKING METHODS AND IMPACT METRICS FOR SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS
January 8, 2020
Thesis Title: Modeling Methodology of Low Frequency Electric Fields for Space Missions requiring El...
January 7, 2020
Athens Cryptography Day
Storage capacity over virtual neighbourhoods of energy ecosystems
NOBEL GRID will develop, deploy and evaluate advanced tools and ICT services for energy DSOs cooperatives and medium-size retailers, enabling active consumers involvement –i.e. new demand response schemas – and flexibility of the market – i.e. new business models for aggregators and ESCOs.
Multi-source Big Data Fusion Driven Proactivity for Intelligent Mobility (OPTIMUM) is the flagship project of the European Commission for the development of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS).
EURECOM, French graduate School and Research Center in Digital Science and Information Technologies offering Master and Post Master’s degree in English, is partnering with the French Institute in Athens.
Recent developments on ACTPHAST: The one-stop-shop solution for supporting photonics innovation in European companies
ACTPHAST supports and accelerates the innovation capacity of European companies by providing them with direct access to the expertise and state-of-the-art facilities of Europe's leading photonics research centres, enabling companies to exploit the tremendous commercial potential of applied photonics.
In this year's International Mathematics Competition for University Students, which was held in Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria, from the 26th till the 31st of July, the students of National Technical University of Athens won three silver medals and two honorable mentions
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.