No epiphany there. This notion has been around for quite some time. And if you want to get the gist of the discussions, you can check out the following posts from blogs and websites all over (post 1; post 2; post 3; post 4). So, why not get rid of any type of grading? There have… Read More What if there were no grades?
Arranging through my papers the other day, I stumbled across something that I almost forgot through the years! It was mid-2011 when I was still in the infancy of my PhD study! Right there and then, I got an invitation from my supervisor in the Information Engineering Research Unit, to present my progress to some… Read More [PhD] Seminar on “A Metadata Quality Assurance Framework for Digital Repositories”
On February 2014, I successfully defended my Phd Thesis in Alcala de Henares, Spain. It was the end of a quite long journey, starting from 2009, that ended happily in a cloudy day last year. Despite having completed the PhD, it certainly did feel like it, cause I didn’t have my diploma in my hands!… Read More Officially Ph-inishe-D!!!
I was thinking the other day how short CVs are always useful here and there. Conferences, proposals, etc. To this direction, I decided to take my old CV hosted in the Agro-Know blog and put it here, enrich it and keep it up to date. After all, it’s bound to be deleted from the AK… Read More A “short” text CV for any purpose… [always fresh]
Paper-writing is more or less a second nature for many of us in research. My personal paper count is not at all one that you could boast about, but it’s not bad either. I am credited with 24 papers according to Mendeley, 26 according to Research Gate and 34 based on Google Scholar! Of course within them… Read More Papers, “Mendeleys”, “Research Gates” and “Scholars”!
It’s been 5 years since I started working on my PhD… It was January 2009 when the first experiment took place in Alcala de Henares, Spain, during an Organic.Edunet project meeting, in sala 3M. Five years later, on February 21st, 2014 I was called upon to defend my work during these five years as a… Read More The end of the road (?) PhD… defended!
During my time in the Athens University of Economics & Business, and more specifically in the department of Management Science & Technology (DMST), with other colleagues, we started the alumni association of our department. Being the first to get accepted as students (department formed in 2000), we took upon us to start an association that… Read More DMST Alumni
In parallel to my time in the Informatics Lab of the Agricultural University of Athens, I decided to continue my studies, extending my BSc in Information Systems from the Athens University of Economics & Business. Taking into account that I was part of the Agricultural University of Athens, I decided to enrich my knowledge on… Read More MSc on Geoinformatics
In 2000, I finished high school (2nd General Lyceum of Tavros, Athens) with an average of 18.5 out of 20, which got me in the Athens University of Economics & Business (AUEB) and more specifically, in the Department of Management Science & Technology (DMST) where I stayed for 4 years until I completed my studies with an average… Read More Athens University of Economics & Business – DMST