Found 385 courses



natural sciences subject

Materials for electrotechnics

Georgios Litsardakis - Undergraduate - (A)
Electrical and Computer Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

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humanities and arts subject

Translation History

Eleni Kassapi - Undergraduate - (A+)
English Language and Iterature, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

The course offers a panorama of readings about translation from Herodotus to Post Modernity. The aim is to prepare the students to think translation traditions in relation with early theoretical translation thinking. The main source of the readings is the Western Translation Theory, bought by the School of English and distributed free to the students. Parallel readings for the acquisition of the sublanguage of the history of translation also in Greek.

humanities and arts subject

Approaches to Local Educational History: Schools and Teachers in Thessaloniki

Vassillis Foukas - Undergraduate - (A-)
Philosophy and Education, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Seminar’s aim for the participants is to acquaint the Local History both in a theoretical and practical level. The seminar has five basic sections: A’ Section: Local History- Historical Overview: a) Main subject of this field is the rising of the scientific interest and development. b) Local History as science: Problems of acceptance, epistemological problems-approaches. c) The need and the expediency of the study of the Local History. d) The research of the Local History in other countries. e) The Primary Education and the Local History in Greece. f) The Secondary Education and the Local History in Greece. g) The research of the Local History in Greek University. h) The Local History today: Definition- subject (locus and people). B’ Section: Teaching Local History. C’ Section: Issues of the Local Educational History: a) The Local History in education. b) The history of Thessaloniki’s schools: Methodology and research data, sources’ commentary. D’ Section: Presentation of students’ reports - Visits to local authorities: The interest will be concentrated to cases of the Local History of Thessaloniki. During the seminar the students will visit local authorities of Thessaloniki that keep historical and educational sources (Historical Archive of Macedonia, Center of History of Thessaloniki, Society of Macedonian Studies, Library of Municipality of Thessaloniki, Historical Records of Greek Refugees, and Institute of Balkan Studies). E’ Section: Teamwork or individual work. Research in micro scale (project). Design on paper a lesson, utilizing their knowledge concerning the Local History.

social sciences  subject

Ecclesiastical Law I (PG)

Kyriakos Kyriazopoulos - Postgraduate - (A+)
Law School, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

In this course we examine the Guidelines on the Legal Personality of Religious or Belief Communities, launched by the OSCE Office for Democratic Institution and Human Rights (ODIHR) and developed jointly with the Council of Europe’s Venice Commission.

humanities and arts subject

Sociolinguistics - Plurilingualism

Evaggelia Mousouri - Undergraduate - (A-)
French language and literature, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

The students become familiar with the basic notions of Sociolinguistics, especially with the topics of bilingualism, plurilingualism, code switching and sociolinguistic representations. Moreover, there is a detailed reference to the research methods used in Sociolinguistics.

engineering subject

Coastal Oceanography

Ioannis Krestenitis, Theofanis Karampas - Undergraduate - (A+)
Civil Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Physical Parameters of Marine Masses, Coastal Oceanography , Diagrams TS, measurements of physical parameters , Coastal Hydrodynamics, Traffic, Transport Ekman, Meteorological Tide , Astronomical Tide , tsunami, Fracture and climbing ripples, Coastal wave currents

humanities and arts subject

Introduction to the Enonciative Grammar

Simeon Grammenidis - Undergraduate - (A-)
French Language, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

The aim of this course is the study of the “utterance” compared to “phrase” in the French language. We also study the grammatical phenomena which are present during the linguistic performance and the basic categories of the French grammar on the discourse level comparing to these of the traditional grammar. The main problems which arise when the various grammatical categories are adapted to the Greek language.

humanities and arts subject

Specialized Translation II

Xanthippi Dimitroulia - Undergraduate - (A-)
French Language and Literature, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Not available

natural sciences subject

Harmonic Analysis

Michalis Marias - Undergraduate - (A-)
Mathematics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Elements of Real Analysis, spaces Lp. Harmonic functions on Rn. Fourier transform and the classical pde’s on Rn. Heat and Poisson kernels.

natural sciences subject

Algorithmic Graph Theory

Ioannis Manolopoulos - Undergraduate - (A-)
Informatics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

The aim of this course is to familiarize the students with basic principles related to graph theory, e.g. definitions, theorems and algorithms. At first, basic definitions and operations related to graphs. The remainder of the course focuses on basic and advanced topics related to graph theory, specifically connectivity, planarity, color mapping and more.