June 7, 2022
Academic orientation day for the NTUA Schools
The event is organized in the context of the research project CALIPER - Linking Research & Innovatio...
EESTech Challenge Athens 2022
The Path to Creation
Change the future of Precision Agriculture and Precision Livestock Farming
The Smart grids Research Unit (Smart RUE) of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering of the NTUA participates in CROSSBOW project.
The Wireless & Long Distance Laboratory (WLDCL) of the School of ECE of the NTUA undertook the design of the first Digital Radio Plan in the period 2017-2018.
• Panagiotis Misiakos, Bronze Medal. • Jason Milionis, Honorable Mention.
In this research project an innovative daylight responsive system with a CCD sensor instead of a photosensor was developed that is able to optimize the light output control of each luminaire.
The Microprocessors and Digital Systems Lab (MicroLab) of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering of the NTUA coordinates the EXA2PRO project.
Haris Doukas, Assistant Professor of ECE NTUA, receives a special award at WREC 2018 for his continuous contribution in promoting renewables in Europe and the Gulf countries.
This technical proposal outlines the research prerequisites, as well as, the technical approach for the definition and development of credible Modeling Methods for Electro-Magnetic Compatibility and Cleanliness purposes of space mission’s critical equipment.
Greece, represented by the GRID team, participated for the first time in the International Youth Science and Technology Expo 2018. The GRID team came in first in all three categories of the competition and won all the competition's first awards.
A dedicated system for the measurement of road surface luminance for the validation of road and tunnel lighting systems in real time is presented.