PROFESSORS

Economides Anastasios, Ph.D. in Computer Engineering, University of Southern California, U.S.A. (1990).
Area of expertise, research and teaching interests: Computer Networks and Telematics Applications, Techno-economics of Networks, Telecommunications and E-Services, Adaptive & Personalized E-Learning, E-Tourism, E-Government.

Eleftheriadis Iordanis, Ph.D. University of Macedonia, Department of Accounting and Finance.
Area of expertise, research and teaching interests: Risk Analysis, Risk Management, Performance Measurement, Public Sector Financial Performance, Mergers and acquisitions.

Evangelidis Georgios, Ph.D. in Computer Science, Northeastern University, Boston, U.S.A. (1994).
Area of expertise, research and teaching interests: Databases, Database Management Systems, Knowledge Discovery in Databases, Information Retrieval, Citation Analysis, Geographic Information Systems (GIS).

Georgiou Andreas, Ph.D. in Operational Research, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (1989)
Area of expertise, research and teaching interests: Markov chains, Manpower Planning, Simulation Modelling, Operational Research applications in marketing and international management, Risk Management in public sector.

Ioannidis Dimitrios, Ph.D. in Statistics, University of Patras, Department of Mathematics (1988).
Area of expertise, research and teaching interests: Statistics, probabilities and time series, non-parametric statistical methods, non-linear statistical models.

Karagiorgos Theofanis, Ph.D. University of Macedonia, Department of Business Administration (1994).
Area of expertise, research and teaching interests: Accounting, methodological issues in accounting research, income taxation, Accounting Information Systems, applications of the International Accounting Standards.

Kyrtsou Katerina, Ph.D. Universite Montpellier I, France (2002).
Area of expertise, research and teaching interests: Macrofinance, Applications of nonlinear methods in capital and money markets, Applied Econometrics, Financial Instability and Crises, Behavioural Finance, Interest Rate Dynamics, Economic Complexity and Policy, Agent-based approaches, Commodity Markets.

Moschidis Odisseas, PhD University of Macedonia.

Protogeros Nikolaos, Ph.D. National Polytechnic Institute of Toulouse, France (1993).
Area of expertise, research and teaching interests: E-commerce, E-business, Virtual Enterprises, Web Services, Software Agents, Information Systems in e-business.

Roumeliotis Manos, Ph.D. in Computer Engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University,U.S.A. (1986).
Area of expertise, research and teaching interests: Digital Logic Simulation and Parallel Processing, Neural Networks, Computer Network Simulation, Computer Architecture.

Subeniotis Dimitrios, Ph.D. in Portfolio Selection, Birmingham University, U.K. (1992).
Area of expertise, research and teaching interests: Financial Institutions, Impact of International Mergers and Acquisitions on Shareholder’s Wealth, Foreign Direct Investment, Strategic Behaviour of companies in the stock exchange market.

Tambouris Efthimios, Ph.D. Brunel University, UK (2001).
Area of expertise, research and teaching interests: eGovernment, eLearning, eParticipation, eHealth, and eBusiness Information Systems. Open government data. IT project management, Enterprise Architectures, Domain modeling, ICT and ethics.

Tarabanis Konstantinos, Ph.D. in Computer Science, Columbia University, U.S.A. (1991).
Area of expertise, research and teaching interests: Information Systems Modelling, Data Models, Process Models, Meta-models, Enterprise Architectures, e-government, e-participation, e-learning.

ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS

Papathanasiou Jason, PhD in Operational Research and Informatics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Faculty of Engineering (2005).
Area of expertise, research and teaching interests: Decision Support Systems, Operational Research and Multicriteria Decision Making.

Tsiatsos Thrasyvoulos, Ph.D. University of Patras, Department of Computer Engineering and Informatics (2003).
Area of expertise, research and teaching interests: Networked Virtual Learning Environments, Computer Uses in Education, Evaluation methods of Internet Learning Environments and Open and Distance Education using Multimedia and Internet Technologies.

ASSISTANT PROFESSORS

Kaparis Konstantinos, PhD in Operational Research & Management Science, Lancaster University, UK.
Area of expertise: Quantitative Methods

Tampakoudis Ioannis, Ph.D. in Finance, Department of Business Administration, University of Macedonia (2010).
Area of expertise, research and teaching interests: Mergers-Acquisitions, Capital markets, Security Analysis, Fixed Income Securities, Credit Derivatives, Foreign Direct Investments.

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