A series of lectures by Georgios Sirakoulis, PhD


We are pleased to announce that Georgios Sirakoulis, PhD will run a series of lectures in the Department of Computer Science.


1. Large Scale Complex Systems Design

Monday, 22.04.2013, 14:00-15:00, room 3.49, building D17
Modeling and Simulation of Complex Systems and Processes. Applications to High Performance Computing.


2. Cellular Automata Applications: From Software to Hardware

Tuesday, 23.04.2013, 11:00-12:30, room 3.27b, building D17
Cellular Automata (CA) models of physical systems and processes. Simulation of integrated circuit fabrication processes using CAs, Simulation of microelectronic and nanoelectronic devicess, Design of dedicated parallel processors that execute CA algorithms. CA evolution using Genetic Algorithms, quantum CAs. CA applications in VLSI systems: CAs as a VLSI architecture,


3. Bio-inspired computation: Models and Applications

Wednesday, 24.04.2013, 12:30-14:00, room 3.27b building D17
Bio-inspired Computation: Theoretical Principles and Applications (Cellular Automata, Swarm Intelligence, Genetic Algorithms, Slime mould),


4. Teaching courses procedures in Schools of Engineering in Greek Universities: The DECE of DUTh case study

Thursday, 25.04.1013, 11:00-12:30, room 3.27b building D17
Detailed overview of the teaching procedure in Greece and especially in the Schools of Engineering and Departments of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

  In the course of the project: “Improvement of didactic potential of computer science specialization at AGH-UST”, no.: UDA-POKL.04.01-01-00-367/08-00  

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