May 27, 2021
Thesis title: Online Algorithms for Dynamic Aggregation problems
January 16, 2021
This year the event will take place virtually.
January 13, 2021
Constantinos Daskalakis, Aggelos Kiayias, Christos Tzamos, Constantine Caramanis, Dimitrios Skarlato...
December 9, 2020
Thesis Title: Privacy-Oriented Cryptographic Primitives and Protocols for Electronic Voting
November 27, 2020
AEOLUS aims to be the first to provide a field-tested holistic air quality solution that is affordable, cloud-connected and ‘smart’ as well as facilitating and encouraging citizen engagement and its widespread deployment into our communities, to meet the needs of Smart City applications and ultimately pave the way to effect necessary changes in our lives.
Snap, the parent company of social media app Snapchat, acquired Ariel AI, focusing on its technologies for augmented reality.
Development of “EPIDOSE: A privacy-preserving epidemic dosimeter based on contact tracing”, with the support of the Circuits and Systems Group
EPIDOSE is an autonomous and portable, open-software, open-hardware device helping in monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic’s spread.
PICaboo: Photonic Integrated Circuits on InP technology plAtform enaBling low cost metro netwOrks and next generation PONs
AEOLUS: an Affordable, miniaturisEd, clOud-connected system powered by deep Learning algorithms for comprehensive air qUality measurements based on highly integrated mid-IR photonic
Distinction of Student Team iGEM Athens 2020 at the International Synthetic Biology Competition iGEM 2020
The inter-institutional collaboration of undergraduate students won a Silver Medal in the World Competition of Synthetic Biology iGEM 2020, which took place online on 14-22 November 2020.
Paper by ECE-NTUA Ph.D. candidates V. Alimisis and C.Dimas receives the Best Paper Award in ICM 2020
The award-winning paper was co-authored by Vassilis Alimisis (Ph.D. candidate, ECE NTUA), Christos Dimas (Ph.D. candidate, ECE NTUA) and Paul P. Sotiriadis (Professor, ECE NTUA).
ECE-NTUA PhD student Dimitrios Danopoulos awarded second place in the Xilinx Adaptive Computing Developer Contest 2020
ECE-NTUA PhD student Dimitrios Danopoulos was awarded second place prize in the category of Adaptable Compute Acceleration in the Xilinx Adaptive Computing Developer Contest 2020.
The paper "Analog Realization of Fractional-Order Skin-Electrode Model for Tetrapolar Bio-Impedance Measurements", by Vassilis Alimisis, Christos Dimas, Georgios Pappas, and Paul P. Sotiriadis, was selected for the cover of the MDPI scientific journal “Technologies” 2020, 8 (4).