Centre for Research & Technology-Hellas / Information Technologies Institute

iti ITI is a research Institute, supported by the General Secretariat of Research & Technology and mostly by European, National and Industrial research grants. It has a staff of 10 Researchers, and more than 80 employees working on various aspects of research in information technology. It has excellent research facilities and a great and friendly environment for doing research. It has strong interaction with the Imperial College, the University of Surrey and the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki at the level of doctoral studies. (

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

itiThe Aristotle University of Thessaloniki is the largest university in Greece. The main campus is located in the centre of the city of Thessaloniki, and covers an area of about 33.4 hectares. It comprises 7 faculties which consist of 33 schools, 5 faculties which consist of one school each, as well as 4 independent schools.

Medical School
The Medical School, the current structure and activities, is one of the most important and established schools of Greece, with 4,000 registered students and 52 clinics and laboratories.
The Medical School consists of 9 sectors: i) Anatomy and Pathology, ii) Physiology and Pharmacology, iii) Biological Sciences and Preventive Medicine, iv) Radiology – Medical Physics and Informatics, v) Sensory Organs, vi) Child Health, vii) Neuroscience, viii) Surgery, ix) Internal Medicine. (

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
The Department is divided into three divisions: i) Division of Electrical Energy, which offers courses covering the technology for electric energy generation, transmission and distribution, power electronics, ii) Division of Electronics and Computer Engineering, which offers courses covering electronics, circuit theory, automatic control, computers and data processing, and iii) Division of Telecommunications, which offers courses covering electromagnetic field theory, telecommunication systems, signal transmission and reception and signal processing. (

University of Patras / Department of Cultural Heritage Management and New Technologies
iti In 2014, the University of Patras celebrates 50 years of Academic operation, marked by continuous development and constantly emerging new achievements. It comprises the Schools of i) Business Administration, ii) Engineering, iii) Health Sciences, iv) Humanities and Social Sciences and v) Natural Sciences. The Cultural Heritage Management and New Technologies Department of the University of Patras was established during 2004. The objectives of the Department is to develop knowledge and expertise in the area of cultural heritage management through the use of new technologies, digitization, long term digital archiving, information systems, the internet and Web 2.0 services. (

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