On October the 11th, we had the presentations of the diploma theses of our students. G.Papadoulis, S.Barousis, I.Kyvelos, K. Loukaidis, K.Tsomokos, G.Margaritis and D. Foteinos who all presented impressive dissertation projects. A photo of the presentation of G.Papadoulis who defended his project with title “Design of external controller for interacting with mixed reality environments”. The
Damianos Dumi Sigalas presented on September 16th his experience from this year’s CHI conference in New Orleans. Damianos participated in CHI 2022 where he presented a case study.
On 6th of July 2022, Anastasios Ntourmas presented his doctoral thesis publicly entitled: “Methods and tools to support interaction in Massive Open Online Courses“. The aim of the dissertation was to provide empirical evidence about instructional design quality issues of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), and to propose, implement and evaluate design guidelines for the
Our student, Elpida Eleftherdiadi, built streetParking Assintant, a system that uses UAV to help drivers find parking spaces on the streets of Greece
At the 8th of July our students presented their final dissertation projects before a public audience in the premises of our lab as well as online via Zoom.
Seven of our lab’s students will publicly present their final year diploma theses on Friday, 8 July at 09:00. The presentation will take place on the premises of the lab, but it will be possible to follow the presentations via Zoom. The program and the Zoom link can be found in the invitation.
We are happy to announce further extension of our laboratory research infrastructure by acquiring cutting-edge equipment with a total amount >50K. Among others, we obtained a state-of-the-art 41-channel Electroencephalography (EEG) device, a mixed-reality hands-free controllable headset and couple of eye-tracking lens. We aspire to design and conduct EEG multi-modal experiments to measure cognitive traits within
After almost two years of remote examination of diploma dissertations, we went back to face to face presentations. On February 25, our students of our lab presented their final year dissertation projects in front of a packed seminar room of our lab.
During the presentation of his recently concluded diploma dissertation, our student Konstantinos Toulis showcased PlacesApp, an application he build using React Native deployed for use in finding and navigating to sites of cultural interest.
Five of our lab’s students will publicly present their final year diploma theses on Friday, 25 February at 11:00. The presentation will take place on the Zoom platform. The program and the Zoom link can be found in the invitation.