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humanities and arts subject

Αncient Greek Literature

Spyros Syropoulos - Undergraduate - (A-)
Dept of Mediterranean Studies, Aegean University

The course focuses on exploring two interrelated literary genres , the epic and tragedy, history, sources and their reception in antiquity and today. During the first half of the semester addressing the different categories of the epic ( heroic viosofiko , religious ) sources , the surviving texts, problems and new approaches to the saga, especially in the Homeric epics. Then investigates the tragedy as a creation of urban literature, its relationship with the epic and its place in the political and social reality of the 5th century . B.C. We will refer to works by each of the surviving tragedians, Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides

natural sciences subject

Statistics B

Eleni Gaki - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Business Administration, Aegean University

This course follows the course Statistics A. The interest here is shifting from studying the behavior of a random variable, which has already been covered, to the study of relationships between two or more quantifiable variables and the estimation of one of them when the values of others are known. The techniques applied are Regression Analysis (Simple and Multiple Regression). It also introduces the methodology of ANOVA which is applied to compare the means of more than two populations. Finally, Forecasting Methods and Indices are presented, which are of particular interest for certain areas of Business Administration and their practical applications.

natural sciences subject

Data Analysis

Eleni Gaki - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Business Administration, Aegean University

The main purpose of this course is to present techniques of collecting and analyzing data. Quality and representativeness of data is a prerequisite for the success of a research. In this context, the design of a sample and the various sampling techniques, such as random, stratified, cluster and systematic, are presented. The collection of data is followed by the exploration of correlations, independency tests, investigation of the linearity of their relationship, etc. The techniques used for this purpose are presented and applied using the statistical package SPSS and Minitab. Finally, as part of the course case studies are presented, which include the design of the sample to the requirements of each study, the processing of data and finally the presentation of the results.

natural sciences subject

Technology and Innovation

Nikolaos Iason Koufodontis - Undergraduate - (A+)
Department of Business Administration, Aegean University

The course aims to enhance the structured and analytic thinking of the students, necessary for decission making in the field of business administration. Building on previous knowledge from introductory ICT courses, students will be able to handle more complex and demanding theoretical and practical problems in the field of management.

engineering subject

Φυσική ΙI [open]

Georgios Kofinas - Undergraduate - (A)
Department of Information & Communication Systems Engineering, Aegean University

Electrostatics: Coulomb’s law, electric field, potential, flux, Gauss’s law, Poisson equation, potential energy, boundary conditions, method of images, electric dipole, multipole expansion, conductors, capacity, dielectrics, polarization, electrical displacement. Electric current, continuity equation, steady current, Ohm’s law. Magnetostatics: Laplace’s force, Lorentz, force on a current-carrying wire, magnetic dipole, Biot-Savart’s law, Ampere’s law, vector potential, field of a magnetic dipole, magnetic materials, magnetization. Ampere-Maxwell’s equation, Faraday’s equation, scalar potential of EM field, mutual inductance, self inductance, RL, RC, RLC circuits, Maxwell’s equations, energy/momentum conservation theorems, equations of potentials in Coulonb, Lorentz gauges, elements of electromagnetic waves.

engineering subject

Multimedia Technology

Panayiotis Kyriakoulakos - Undergraduate - (A+)
Department of Product and Systems Design Engineering, Aegean University

This course aims to: (A) to introduce students to the basic concepts and themes of Multimedia technology, especially for the analysis and control of industrial technology schemes, which are used to perform multi-tasks in an industrial work. (B) To understand the implications and applications of various multimedia tools in the field of product design and systems. After the completion of the course the student will develop the necessary academic skills to understand multimedia technology and the practical skills which are necessary for subsequent studies.

natural sciences subject

Management Information Systems

Nikolaos Iason Koufodontis - Undergraduate - (A+)
Department of Business Administration, Aegean University

The course aims to develop the analytic and structured thinking skills of the students, necessary for decission making in the field of business administration. Expanding previous knowledge from introductory ICT courses, students will be able to handle more complex and demanding theoretical and practical problems in the field of management.

humanities and arts subject

Egyptian Archaeology I: The great kingdoms

Panagiotis Kousoulis - Undergraduate - (A+)
Dept of Mediterranean Studies, Aegean University

• Egyptian Archaeology I is a compulsory module aiming to provide students with an overview of significant aspects of social history and archaeology of Egypt from the pre-dynastic period to the end of the New Kingdom Period (circa 1075 B.C.). A special emphasis will be given to mortuary and temple architecture while exceptional analysis on specific aspectsof Ancient Egyptian culture such as ritual and religious traditions and practices will be made in parallel. • The module will also provide the students with an understanding towards the nature of Egypt’s contacts with its nearest neighbors. There will be a particular emphasis on the role of Egypt in the Southeastern Mediterranean basin. Furthermore, an analysis of the manifold multicultural, trade, economic and diplomatic contacts of Egypt with its neighbors during the Second Millennium B.C. will be attempted. • In Egyptian Archaeology I also an attempt towards the interpretation of the archaeological evidence in detailwill be made while, in the same time, critical reading in all type of sources (texts, iconography) which are relative with several aspects of the ancient Egyptian society will be provided in parallel.

engineering subject

Ηλεκτρονική Επιχειρηματικότητα [open]

Dimitris Drossos - Undergraduate - (A+)
Department of Information & Communication Systems Engineering, Aegean University

The course focuses on the organization and operation of a digital enterprise. Key issues highlighted in this course are the unique e-business characteristics, such as global presence, the forces pushing firms to shift to electronic business (e.g., rapid technological developments) and the new business models that emerged through the internet creation and the significant changes to traditional industry sectors, for example in the music industry. Emphasis is also placed on the e-business strategy that increasingly diversifies and the power on the consumer, who is no longer a passive recipient of information but is actively involved in digital content creation and business processes through Web 2.0 tools and applications.

social sciences  subject

Οικονομική της Επιχείρησης [open]

APOSTOLOS GKOTSIAS - Postgraduate - (A+)
DEPARTMENT OF BUSSINES ADMINISTRATION, Aegean University

The course aims at presenting the modern theories related to Business Economics, combining in its presentation, theory and real business cases. The theory of the firm is presented by distinguishing firm operations that take place in the external and in the internal to the firm environments. In the external environment, the focus is to the firm's relations to the other competing and collaborating firms operating in the industry. In this part we examine how the level of demand and of the supply of the firm's product is affected by the prevailing competitive or cooperative conditions that exist in the market and we examine how the values of the demand and supply elasticities can be of help to the manager in successfully positioning the firm in the market. Finally, in terms of the internal environment of the firm, we examine issues related to organizing and managing the relations among the different groups that cooperate for the production of the firm's product.