Dr. Nassis is aware of the IoT revolution (Internet of Things) since 2008 he founded Netronix, one of the industry's leaders. The platform he has developed and the innovative solutions based on it have been utilized in products and services by 300 external partners in areas such as environmental monitoring, fleet monitoring and many more.
Don’t miss out on the latest innovations and technologies, VR experiences, robots, science experiments, and a series of talks with some of the top international scientists. The Festival takes place at Technopolis in Gazi from April 24-29.
Can you even imagine all the ideas and innovations brewing in Silicon Valley? If you ask Greek molecular biologist Dr. Fay Christodoulou, her dreams became a reality there.
Dr. Nikolaos Scarmeas is an associate professor of Neurology at the Department of Neurology at Columbia University in the United States and is involved in clinical, teaching and research activities in the Department of Neurology and the Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center.
Greek astrophysicist Vicky Kalogera has been awarded the 2018 Dannie Heineman Prize for Astrophysics for her groundbreaking work studying compact objects — including black holes, neutron stars and white dwarfs — in astrophysical systems.
Kevrekidis is the 29th Bloomberg Distinguished Professor appointed across Johns Hopkins, joining this interdisciplinary cohort of scholars who are working to address major world problems and teach the next generation.
American Association for the Advancement of Science has awarded the distinction of Fellow to 396 of its members for 2017 in recognition of their contributions to science and technology, scientific leadership and extraordinary achievements across disciplines.
Christos (Christoforos) Kozyrakis is a Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Stanford University. He leads the multi-scale architecture & systems team (MAST), a research group that investigates hardware architectures, runtime management environments, system software, and programming models for systems ranging from cellphones to warehouse-scale datacenters.
An international research team, including 8 Greek scientists, announced the third detection of gravitational waves — ripples in the fabric of space and time, first predicted by Albert Einstein more than a century ago.