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
July 14, 2020
He will be speaking about the foundation he built in our University, key experiences that formed him...
July 13, 2020
Thesis Title: Development of Mammographic Image Processing Methods, Based on Local Morphological Ch...
May 30, 2020
EESTEC and the School of ECE-NTUA are hosting an online hackathon: EESTech Challenge 2020.
Solving thin-wire integral equations is one of the most-discussed problems in the theory of antennas.
The National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) at the forefront of supporting research and innovation related to Covid-19 pandemic
The National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) has mobilised all means to address this pandemic by providing innovative applications and technologies that help towards monitoring, preventing the spread of the disease, managing the coronavirus pandemic and mitigating its socio-economic impacts to society, as well as preparing for the future.
The topic of the 2020 EESTech challenge was "Human-Computer Interaction - Chatbots" with a particular aim to Assistive Technologies.
The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering of the NTUA participates in the CALIPER Project, funded by the European Union’s Research and Innovation Framework Programme Horizon 2020, with a duration of four years (January 2020 - December 2023).
Researchers from BIOSIM and AILS Laboratories of the ECE-NTUA win Second Prize at #HackCoronaGreece with SMARTY
The team participating in #HackCoronaGreece consisted of: Dr Konstantia Zarkogianni (permanent teaching laboratory staff at BIOSIM), Kostas Mitsis (PhD candidate at BIOSIM), Charalampos Papakonstantinou (PhD candidate at AILS) and Maria Athanasiou (PhD candidate at BIOSIM).
Ioannis Tzachristas, an undergraduate student of ECE-NTUA, won a gold medal at the 3rd Open Mathematical Olympiad for University Students (IUHD).
The CALIPER project: Linking research and innovation for gender equality is an Horizon2020 Action that aims to support 7 Research Performing Organisations (RPOs) and 2 Research Funding Organisations (RFOs) across Europe to design, implement, evaluate and expand Gender Equality Plans (GEPs).
The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering of the NTUA is among the best ECE Schools worldwide according to QS World University Rankings for the year 2020.
• Charalampopoulos Andreas (ECE-NTUA): Silver • Eirini Miliori (ECE-NTUA): Bronze • Ioannis Tzachristas (ECE-NTUA): Bronze • Antonios Katsampakos (SAMPS-NTUA): Bronze