Panagiotis Psonis

panos_smallPanagiotis Psonis graduated in 2006 from the Imperial College London (UK) receiving an "M.Sc. in Advanced Computing". The degree thesis involved the research and implementation of contemporary techniques used to enhance realism in computer graphics applications.

In 2005 he graduated from the University of Piraeus (Greece) obtaining a "B.Sc. in Computer Science". The final year project required the co-development of a graphical platform that provided the means for comparing AI algorithms.

His interests lie in the fields of Computer Graphics, Computer Architecture as well as Theory and Design of Programming Languages.

Email: panpsonis@iccs.gr

Phone: +30 210772 2280

 

Katia Pagle

katia_cvKatia Paglé holds a diploma in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science from the University of Patras, Greece. Since 2005 she is a Research Associate at ICCS, I-SENSE group. Her research interests focus on advance driver assistance systems, human-machine interfaces and field operation tests studies. She has participated in many FP6 and FP7 EU co-funded research projects. She has a list of publications in international journals and conferences. She is a member of the Technical Chamber of Greece.

Email: katia@iccs.gr

Telephone: +30 210 772 2466 

Anastasia Bolovinou

anastasia-bolovinouAnastasia Bolovinou received the Diploma degree in electrical and computer engineering from National Technical University of Athens in 2004. Currently, she is a PhD candidate in UoA, depatment of Informatics and Telecomunications where she is pursuing her phd in collaboration with Computational Intelligenece laboratory of NCRS "Demokritos". In parallel, since 2011, she is a research engineer collaborator in ICCS dealing with data mining and image classification for automotive safety applications, taking over also european project technical management tasks. Her research interests focus on feature extraction, high-dimensional data clustering and classification for patern recognition in images.

Email: abolov@iccs.gr

Telephone: +30 210 772 1076

Work Publications

1) M. Fernández, A. Bolovinou, G. Karagianinis, J. Lasgouttes, I. Varea, R. Kurpatov, Z. Kovács, F. Mastrandea,  Co-operative commuting assistant for enhanced personal electromobility, in 10th ITS European Congress, Helsinki, Finland  16–19 June 2014

2) A. Bolovinou, I. Bakas, A. Amditis, F. Mastrandrea and W. Vinciotti , Online Prediction of an Electric Vehicle  Remaining Range based on Regression Analysis, IEVC 2014, Florence, 2014

3) A. Bolovinou, C.Kotsiourou, A. Amditis, "Dynamic Road Scene Classification: Combining motion with a visual vocabulary model", 16th Int. Conf. on Information Fusion, Istanbul, 2013.
 
4) A. Amditis, A. Bolovinou, U. Iurgel, A. Etemad, E. Johansson, A. Saroldi, L. Bjelkeflo, “Enhanced percpetion shared by automotive safety applications supporting active intervention - The interactIVe system overview”, ITS world congress, Orlando, Oct.2011.
 

5) A.Amditis, A.Bolovinou, E.Deregibus, J.Engstrom, H.Kussmann,  “An Adaptive HMI for Integrated ADAS/IVIS presentation to the driver- the AIDE approach”, HCI congress, Las Vegas, 2005.

Phd Publications

i) A.Bolovinou,et al.,Bag of spatio-visual words for context inference in scene classification, Pattern Recognition(2012), http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.patcog.2012.07.024.

ii) Ι. Pratikakis, A. Bolovinou, B. Gatos and S. Perantonis, “Semantics extraction from images”, Knowledge-Driven Multimedia Information Extraction and Ontology Evolution 2011: 50-88.

Christina Kotsiourou

Christina Kotsiourou graduated on May 2007 from University of Patras with a diploma of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Her diploma thesis was about parallel video coding based on Wavelet Transform. She is familiar with Matlab and C/C++ programming languages. She is a member of Technical Chamber of Greece.

Email: christina.kotsiourou@iccs.gr

Nikos Frangakis

Nikos Frangakis LowNikos Frangakis holds an M.Sc. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA). He is currently a senior researcher in the I-SENSE Group of the Institute of Communication and Computer Systems. His main interests consist of the technologies of Virtual and Augmented Reality and their various applications in different domains, like Cultural Heritage, Ergonomics, Training and Remote Support . He has been successfully involved in many European projects dealing with VR, including the INTUITION NoE, VR-Hyperspace, ManuVAR, Use it Wisely, PASSME andEdcar. He is currently coordinating PLUGGY and HYPERION.

Email: nikos.frangakis@iccs.gr

Phone: +30 210772 2520

Konstantinos Loupos

Konstantinos Loupos holds an MSc in Microelectronics Systems Design (University of Southamtpon UK 2002-2003) and an MEng in Electronic And Electrical Engineering (University of Manchester 1998-2002). Konstantinos Loupos is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) by the Project Management Institute. As an R&D Project Manager, he has extensivelly participated in a wide list of EC (FP5, FP6, FP7) and National (GSRT) Projects with high responsibility positions (Coordinator, Technical Manager etc). His scientific interests range in Electronics, Embedded Systems, Smartcards, Computer Programming. Other interests include Music (Guitar player), Mountain Biking and Hi-Fi Audio Systems.

Email: kloupos@iccs.gr

Tel: +30 210 772 2467

Dr. Panagiotis Lytrivis

lytrivis1Dr. Panagiotis Lytrivis received his Diploma degree from the School of Electrical & Computer Engineering of the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) in 2006 and his PhD (NTUA) in High-level fusion techniques in vehicular networks in 2010. Currently, he is a researcher at the Institute of Communication and Computer Systems (ICCS) and he is leading the ITS team of the I-SENSE Group. His research interests include data fusion, cooperative systems and vehicular ad hoc networks. He is also a member of the Technical Chamber of Greece.

Other interests include programming in C++ and Matlab.

Email: panagiotis.lytrivis@iccs.gr

Telephone: +30 2107723865

Dr. Nikos Floudas

Dr. Nikos Floudas holds a Diploma on Electrical and Computer Engineering (2002) and a PhD on Engineering (2008) from National Technical University of Athens. His PhD thesis title is: "Development of a heterogeneous multiple sensor data fusion algorithm for dynamic surveillance and recognition of road environment objects". He is also a contributor to the publication of 4 papers in international scientific journals and 14 in international scientific conferences proceedings. During his PhD studies he worked as a research associate in ICCS for several European automotive industry projects co-funded by the E.C., such as EUCLIDE and PreVENT IP. He is a member of the Technical Chamber of Greece (since 2003) and has three years working experience as a Software Engineer in Greek IT Industry (2008-2011). He worked in research and development of multi-sensor data fusion software, within projects MiniFaros and interactIVe IP. Currently, he is working in TEAM IP, including coordination of requirements and specification deliverables, SP3 project management support and CPTO application design and development.

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Email: nikos.floudas@iccs.gr

Telephone: +30 210 772 10 76

Dr. Manolis Tsogas

Dr. Manolis Tsogas has graduated from the Electrical and Computer Engineer school of NTUA and has obtained his PhD (perception and data fusion techniques in automotive active safety applications) from the laboratory of Fiber Optics an Microwaves of the NTUA. His interests include tracking, estimation theory, data fusion, remote monitoring and software development for automotive applications and wireless communications. He is a member of the Technical Chamber of Greece.

Email: mtsog@iccs.gr

Telephone: +30 210 772 10 76

Dr. Areti Tzelepi

Dr. Areti Tzelepi studied for her Diploma in Physics at the University of Patras and she continued for the MSc in Software Engineering at the University of Liverpool, England. She obtained her PhD in Medical Physics from the University of Patras. During the PhD, she spent 2 years in the Dept of Neurology, State University of N.York, USA, where she worked with electrophysiological recordings of Visual Evoked Potentials and high frequency related activity (gamma and beta range). She has spent 1 year for postdoc studies in the MEG center of the Brain Science Institute, Riken, Tokyo, Japan and 3 years in the Laboratory of Physiology of Perception and Action, in College de France, Paris. Her current research interests include visual perception and brain activity during eye movement preparation and shifts of attention.