Christos Sintoris Phd thesis defence

Christos Sintoris defended successfully his PhD thesis with the title:  "Tools supporting design of  location-based games for informal learning", on Thursday  March the 6th, 2014. A packed audience filled the Seminar room of our lab. Christos defended passionately his work and an animated discussion followed the presentation on design, games and methods for supporting the designers. Christos promised to keep an active role in research in location-based games as a post-doctoral reasearcher. Members of the Examination committee were his supervisor prof. N. Avouris, and profs N. Fakotakis, Ch. Bouras, V. Komis, N. Tselios, externals D. Haritos from the University of Athens and I. Mavromati from Hellenic Open University. 

Christos Sintoris explaining the "Invisible City" game mechanics

Packed seminar room during Christos' defense


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