Found 52 courses
SUBJECT

COURSE LEVEL

INSTITUTION

COURSE TYPE
natural sciences subject

Algorithms and Complexity

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

The course covers the algorithm theory and essentials of their computational complexity.

engineering subject

Mobile Communications

Georgios Karetsos - Undergraduate - (A+)
Department Of Computer Science and Engineering, TEI of Thessaly

Initially dealt with the issues of propagation of electromagnetic waves and the modeling of the wireless channel for the mobile environment. They refer to both analytical and empirical propagation models. Appearances misfire small and large scale in mobile networks and their modeling are studied below. After presenting the basic principles of cellular telecommunications systems and design issues based on the volume of traffic and the degree of service. Then the course focuses on addressing issues of noise and interference. Multiple access mechanisms and management of wireless resources are discussed in the next section. Finally presented the basic building blocks and possibilities of mobile networks 2nd, 3rd and 4th generation and thoroughly studied the process of handover.

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.

natural sciences subject

Software Engineering

Georgios Kakarontzas - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Computer Science and Engineering, TEI of Thessaly

The course includes topics of software analysis and design with UML. Moreover it covers software development methodologies such as Iconix, general responsibility assignment patterns to objects, design patterns and software architecture introductory elements.

natural sciences subject

Computing in Education

Georgios Soultis - Undergraduate - (A-)
Dept of Electrical Engineering, TEI of Thessaly

• Pedagogical issues in teaching computing technologies in school. Computer Science based technologies and Life - Long Learning. Psycho-pedagogical theories and knowledge models. • How IT technology influences the teaching methods. Teaching methods using IT tools. Educational software and how to use the synchronous and asynchronous platforms for teaching. Finally, how to educate adults to IT.

natural sciences subject

Embedded Systems

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

Architecture of Embedded Systems: specifications and design flow (hardware/software partitioning, co-simulation), System On-A Chip architectures, Microcontrollers and their peripherals (ARM-based), reconfigurable hardware (FPGAs), driver development using embedded-C and assembly.

natural sciences subject

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

Developing Digital Short Course - Technical Issues - Support

TEI of Thessaly TEI of Thessaly - Undergraduate - (A-)
TEI of Thessaly, TEI of Thessaly

Developing Digital Short Course - Technical Issues - Support

agricultural sciences subject

Irrigation Engineering

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

Irrigation Engineering

social sciences  subject

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.