PhD Theses

  • Kalliopi Dalakleidi, Development of Clinical Decision Support Systems for the Management of Diabetes Mellitus, NTUA, 2017.
  • Nikos Tsiaparas, Multiresolution and Directional Multiscale Analysis of Biomedical Data for the Emergence of Pathological Patterns, NTUA, 2016.
  • Sofia Karamintziou, Development of Stochastic Dynamical Models for Optimization of Deep Brain Stimulation in Movement and Neuropsychiatric Disorders, NTUA, 2015.
  • Aimilia Gastounioti, Image-guided risk stratification for carotid atherosclerosis using spatiotemporal features of the arterial wall, NTUA, 2014.
  • Ioannis Andreadis, Development of computer aided diagnosis methodologies for clusters of breast microcalcifications, NTUA, 2014.
  • Marios Skevofilakas, Hybrid system srchitectures for supporting medical decisions, NTUA, 2013.
  • Asimina Kiourti, Implantable antennas design for wireless medical telemetric applications, NTUA, 2013. “D. Chorafas” Foundation prize for the best PhD thesis on an interdisciplinary subject, 2013.
  • Maria Christopoulou, Numerical and experimental assessment of the effects on functional brain structures due to electromagnetic radiation of 2nd and 3rd generation mobile terminal equipment, NTUA, 2011.
  • Kostis Michmizos, Development of computational and mathematical models of biological neurons for the study and control of thepathophysiology of motion, NTUA, 2011.
  • Anastasia Alexandridou, Development of a computational methodology for the extraction, analysis and presentation of proteomic data in cancer, European Course on Biomedical Engineering, NTUA, 2011.
  • Georgia - Stavroula Polychronaki, Development of methodologies based on measures of non-linear dynamics for the analysis of epilepsy data, NTUA, 2011.
  • Konstantia Zarkogianni, Intelligent personalized medical decision support systems for the management of diabetes mellitus, NTUA, 2011.
  • Nikolas Karakatsanis, Evaluation and Optimization of Medical Imaging Positron Emission Tomography Systems Using Monte Carlo Simulation Algorithms, NTUA, 2010.
  • Ioannis Valavanis, Development of hybrid network-based methods to explore interactions in biomedical/environmental data, NTUA, 2009.
  • George Tsirogiannis, Development of data driven biological neural networks models to study the role of inter-neuron connectivity strength, NTUA, 2009.
  • George Giannakakis, Electroencephalogram (EEG) analysis using connectivity models and entropy based methods, NTUA, 2009.
  • Aggelos Vouldis, Development of three-dimensional inverse scattering algorithms, NTUA, 2007.
  • John Stoitsis, Processing and analysis of carotid artery B-mode ultrasound sequences: Correlation with arterial’s wall mechanical behavior, NTUA, 2007.
  • Aggelos Karafotias, Modelling of bioelectromagnetic interactions using the Method of Auxilliary Sources, NTUA, 2005.
  • Evangelia Zacharaki, Development of medical image registration algorithms and simulation of tumor growth towards decision support in clinical radiooncology, NTUA, 2004.
  • Dimitra Dionysiou, Simulation of tumor growth and response to radiotherapy schemes. In silico biological optimization of radiation treatment, NTUA, 2004.
  • Stavros Koulouridis, Study of the interaction between biological tissues and near field microwave sources, NTUA, 2003. “Thomaidis” Foundation Prize for the best NTUA PhD thesis.
  • Christos Vasios, Development of algorithms for event related potentials (ERP) analysis and classification, NTUA, 2003.
  • Stavroula Mougiakakou, Development of clinical decision support systems based on artificial intelligence methods, NTUA, 2003.
  • Pantelis Asvestas, Development of algorithms based on fractal theory for medical data processing, NTUA, 2001. “D. Chorafas” Foundation prize for the best PhD thesis on an interdisciplinary subject, 2003.
  • Efthymios Ntasis, Three-dimensional medical data visulation and secure real-time tele-collaboration for the virtual simulation of radiation treatment planning, NTUA, 2001.
  • Nikolaos Mouravliansky, Development of advanced algorithms for medical data registration and visualization, NTUA, 2000.