Dimitris Karaberopoulos is a Laboratory Teaching Staff (LTO) at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Thessaly. He holds an MSc in Applied Computer Science and a BSc in Electronic Engineering. His main research interests are: Analog and digital systems, signal measurements from sensors with their recording-processing-analysis, remote laboratories. He has participated in numerous research projects at the University of Thessaly as well as in conferences on SCADA systems and applications.
Prof. Michael Logothetis. Dipl.-Eng. (1981), Doct. Electrical Engineering (1990), Univ. of Patras, Patras/Greece. 1982-1990, Teaching & Research Assistant, Wire Communications & Information Technology Lab., Univ. of Patras. 1991-1992, Research Associate, NTT, Tokyo. Afterwards, Lecturer, ECE Dept., Univ. of Patras; since 2009 (Full) Professor at the same Dept. Research: Teletraffic theory/engineering, traffic/network control, simulation & performance optimization of communications networks. Current Teaching: Computer Networks, Communications Systems, Electrical Measurements & Techniques, Teletraffic Theory & Queueing Systems, Wireless Propagation, Broadband Networks – Optical Networks. Publications: over 260 (two teletraffic books, one in Greek (3rd issue by Klidarithmos, 2018), and one in English (Wiley – IEEE Press, 2019) receiving over 1350 third-party citations. Organized: IEEE/IET CSNDSP 2006, IEICE ICTF 2016, and many technical sessions in international conferences. Steering Committee member of IEEE/IET CSNDSP. Tutorial Lectures & Keynote Speeches in conferences. Guest Editor in journals: Mediterranean Journal of Electronics and Communications, Mediterranean Journal of Computers and Networks, IET Circuits, Devices & Systems, IET Networks, Ubiquitous Computing and Communication Journal and MDPI Applied Sciences. Participation to Editorial Board of “IARIA International Journal On Advances in Telecommunications”, “Advances in Electronics and Telecommunications” (Poznan University of Technology), and “Hindawi Communications and Networking”. Member: IARIA(Fellow), IEEE(Senior), IEICE(Senior), FITCE, Technical Chamber of Greece (TEE). http://www.wcl.ece.upatras.gr/michael-logothetis/
Prof. Karnavas received the Diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering and the PhD in Engineering from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (DECE) of the Democritus University of Thrace (DUTh) in 1994 and 2002 respectively. From 1995 to 2004 he taught in various Departments of the International Hellenic University (former TEI of Kavala) and during the same period he was involved in electrical engineering studies as a freelancer. From 2002 to 2004, he taught at DECE as well as at the DPME of the DUTh as a Visiting Professor (under the terms of PD 407/80). During 2004-2012 he served as Assistant Professor at the Hellenic Mediterranean University (former TEI of Crete) in the field of "Electrical Installations - Electrical Machines", where he was also the Director of the two respective Laboratories. In Sept. 2021, he was elected Associate Professor at the DECE/DUTh, in the field of "Electrical Machines", where he has been serving since January 2013. He is also the Director of the Electrical Machines Laboratory of the same department. His research interests are mainly in the design, operation and control of electrical machines and their applications as well as in the application of artificial intelligence methods in these areas. His authored research published work includes more than 80 papers in: international scientific journals, international and national peer-reviewed scientific conferences and, in Chapters of international scientific books. He is a member of the Technical Chamber of Greece, Senior member of IEEE, a member of IEEE-IAS, IEEE-IES and IEEE-PES as well as other national and international scientific associations.
Thomas Thoma is a graduate of Computer Science from the University of Ioannina and holds an MA in Animation from the Savannah College of Art and Design. In 2017, he joined the OTS SA team as a programmer specializing in UI Design. He has participated in a plethora of computer science projects with responsibilities in development, installation, and customization. In 2022, he took on the role of Technical Manager for the management and standardization of processes and smart cities.