Found 52 courses



natural sciences subject

Computer Architecture 2

Nikos Petrellis - Undergraduate - (A+)
Computer Science and Engineering, TEI of Thessaly

The course covers fundamental and advanced Computer Architecture issues emphasizing on the structure of single- and multi-core processors, and several memory layers including cache and main memory. In the framework of the course exercises the students learn about the hardware description language VHDL

social sciences  subject

Project Scheduling

Kleanthis Syrakoulis - Undergraduate - (A+)
Business Administration, TEI of Thessaly

The project is a set of activities that have to be completed following certain precedence relations and to produce pre-determined deliverables in a limited time frame. The main core of project time management consists of how to execute each one of the activities, how to estimate their duration and the (human and material) resources that needed for the execution, and how to manage the cash flow of the project. According to the above frame the course presents tools and techniques for planning, scheduling and monitoring the duration and the budget of the project. The course especially emphasizes on time scheduling.

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Management and Project Management Principles

Panagiotis Fitsilis - Undergraduate - (A-)
Business Administration Department, TEI of Thessaly

This course is the basic introductory course on concepts and project management and project management processes. This course aims to introduce students to the basic concepts of project management, connecting the concept of the project with their respective business objectives and the corresponding business / economic environment and an understanding of the whole picture of the project and the requirements for the effective management of . Also refers to concepts and project management methodologies and their position during the lifecycle of a project, so that the student must have an overall understanding of the procedures and methodologies in project management. In this sense the course is the basis on which specific methodologies and project management techniques developed in separate specific courses of direction.

natural sciences subject

Internet Programming

Fotis Kokkoras - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Computer Science and Engineering, TEI of Thessaly

The course includes topics of web technologies and web application development. Emphasis given in optimal solutions based in modern technologies.

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Polymers and Composite Materials

Konstantinos Kakavas - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Furniture Technology (Karditsa), TEI of Thessaly

The course aims to help students to understand the fundamentals of polymers in general and their applications. Understanding their properties and the plethora of their applications compined with wood. Furthermore, to understand the relationship of the combination of materials with the decorative art.

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Digital Systems

Constantinos Chaikalis - Undergraduate - (A-)
Computer Science and Engineering Department, TEI of Thessaly

 Boole algebra and switching circuits. Binary operations, definition of algebra Boole, logic gates.  Combinatorial logic. Forms logic functions. Synthesis of combinational digital circuits. Simplifying logic circuits by the method of the Karnaugh map. Operational Problems digital combinatorial circuits.  Data for implementing digital circuits and families portals and integrated.  Sequential logic. Key components sequential logic (flip-flop) Implementation flip-flop. Converter flip-flop. Problems circuits using flip-flop. Sequential logic applications: Registers, counters, shift registers and memories. Design of sequential logic circuits: state diagram, excitation tables design.  Examples of design of complex combinatorial and sequential logic circuits.

natural sciences subject

Data and File Structures

Ilias Savvas - Undergraduate - (A+)
Department of Computer Science and Engineering, TEI of Thessaly

The course covers data structures and file management, (implementation in C).

natural sciences subject


Georgia Garani - Undergraduate - (A-)
Computer Science and Engineering, TEI of Thessaly

The course includes analytical approach and study of database (DB) systems and their practical use, and further familiarity with the subject, so as to deepen the student to concepts already taught in the introductory course Databases I and to learn new concepts and knowledge areas related to the subject. Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to apply its knowledge to design a normalized DB and optimize its performance as well as to implement DBs in one of the major DB Management Systems, using SQL, security techniques and integrity constraints.

agricultural sciences subject

Irrigation Engineering

Panagiotis Vyrlas - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Agricultural Engineering Technologists, TEI of Thessaly

Irrigation Engineering

social sciences  subject

Operations Management

Vasiliki Kazantzi - Undergraduate - (A+)
Business Administration Department, TEI of Thessaly

Within the context of the particular course a general introduction into Operations Management, which is a significant scientific sector in the Management Science, is first presented. This sector exhibits a broad scope of applications in the contemporary business environment, since it refers to all current operations that are required for producing various products and providing a variety of services by any type of organization, from large to small, for profit and for non-profit ones, as well as for both the manufacturing and service sectors. Management of their operations constitutes a challenge in this new era of intense socioeconomic changes. Various technological and environmental challenges, increasing globalization, complex requirements in information and knowledge management, as well as the increasing significance of social responsibility bring operations managers in to the frontline of the required efforts to explore and resolve pertinent issues at an operational and tactical level, as well as within the operations contribution to the organization’s strategic objectives. In particular, the objective of this course is the understanding of - and familiarization with - the concepts, methods, tools, practices and technique used in Operations Management, as well as with their applications in a broad range of business processes (such as in new products and processes R&D, inventory management, capacity selection, etc.). Emphasis is given in operational and structural changes that have been conducted in business lately and call for integrated efforts that are conceptually and strategically oriented to address operations management issues.