Laboratory courses on embedded computing

The activity was organized by Dr. George Economakos at National Technical University (NTU) of Athens, and it was a course on embedded computing for high school students. It consisted of laboratory courses, where apart from computing principles, a first easy set of Arduino examples were presented. This path had to be followed because students in… Read more

WiSe 2015 Workshop

The Workshop on “Wireless Sensor Node Circuit and System Design”, was held in Thessaloniki on 7-8 Dec., 2015, organized by Prof. Stylianos Siskos and Dr. Thomas Noulis, Electronics Lab., Dept. of Physics (http://wisedesign.physics.auth.gr). It covered all aspects of Wireless Sensor node and Wireless Communications, devices, circuits and systems design, simulation and measurement. Indicative topics are… Read more

AMSCI 2015 Workshop

The Workshop on “Current trends in analog and mixed-signal circuit design and technology” (AMSCI 2015), was organized in Thessaloniki on Nov. 20, 2015, by Prof. Alkis Hatzopoulos, Electronics Lab., Dept. of Electrical and Computer Eng. (http://site.ieee.org/greece-casssc/upcoming-workshop/ ). Three speakers were invited to give lectures: Prof. Ricardo Reis from the Instituto de Informática – Universidade Federal… Read more

Presentation at MOCAST 2015

A special session about IEEE CAS-SSC activities in Greece was also organized during the 4th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MODERN CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGIES (4th MOCAST, 2015) in Thessaloniki, Greece (http://mocast.physics.auth.gr/) in May 14-15, 2015. The IEEE AUTh Student Branch presented its activities and plans as well. The scope of the participation was to inform the… Read more

Presentation at PACET 2015

A special session about IEEE CAS-SSC activities in Greece was organized during the Third Pan-Hellenic Conference on Electronics and Telecommunications (3rd PACET, 2015) in Ioannina, Greece (http://www.pacet.gr/) in May 8-9, 2015. Also the IEEE AUTh Student Branch presented its activities and plans. The scope of the participation was to inform the audience (basically consisting of… Read more