Found 258 courses
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engineering subject

Κανονιστικές και Κοινωνικές Διαστάσεις της Κοινωνίας της Πληροφορίας [open]

Lilian Mitrou - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Information & Communication Systems Engineering, Aegean University

Social dimension / approach of technology – The relation between society and Information and Communication Technologies – Regulatory issues with regard to Information and Communication Technologies – Computer Ethics

engineering subject

Κανονιστικό Πλαίσιο στην Κοινωνία της Πληροφορίας [open]

Lilian Mitrou - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Information & Communication Systems Engineering, Aegean University

Introduction to law and its main terms and features. Overview of main legal fields, issues and regulatory frameworks with regard to Information Society, information technologies and their applications

engineering subject

Διαφορικές εξισώσεις [open]

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

Examples of differential equations. The differential equation of first order. Second order linear differential equations with constant coefficients. Integral curves. Fixed point theorems and successive approximations. Existence and uniqueness theorem. Solutions with power series. Numerical solutions of differential equations.

engineering subject

Δυναμικά Συστήματα [open]

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

Linear systems, linearization of nonlinear dynamical systems, Newtonian systems, Lagrangian dynamics, Hamiltonian systems, canonical transformations, Hamilton-Jacobi theory, physical and geometric principles of relativity, Einstein equations, field theory, space-time variations, dynamics of cosmological models, special topics.

engineering subject

Προγραμματισμός στο Διαδίκτυο [open]

Manolis Maragoudakis - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Information & Communication Systems Engineering, Aegean University

Introduction to Internet technologies and programming web applications, applications architecture and protocols on the Internet, content Programming (HTML, XML, CSS), databases web applications, client-side programming (JavaScript, DOM, DHTML) , Programming on the server side (Java Servlets, PHP, storage and recall data in MySQL with PHP, PHP sessions, JSP), Web Services technology (Web Services), Security issues on Internet applications, content management platforms on the Internet.

engineering subject

Animation

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

This course is continues the work of the first semester and is based on the same principles. Furthermore, this will include the study of modelling methods for products and systems design that are focused on the (a) aesthetic and functional analysis of product, (b) morphological analysis and optimisation of complex systems, (c) holistic approach to the development cycle and (d) collaboration support between teams of designers/engineers.

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

humanities and arts subject

History of the Ottoman Empire, 1300-1839 [open]

Gara Eleni - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Social Anthropology and History, Aegean University

For five centuries, the Ottoman Empire ruled much of Southeastern Europe, Asia Minor and the Near East, and affected directly or indirectly the historical developments in the wider Eurasian space. Over twenty contemporary states, including Greece, were formerly part of the sultans’ territory, and the formation and history of the modern nations in the region has been sealed by the experience of Ottoman rule. The course examines the history of the Ottoman state and its institutions from its emergence around 1300, until the beginning of the Tanzimat reforms in 1839. During this long period, there evolved a nexus of institutions and mechanisms for the administration of the state and the management of subjects, which underwent significant changes at the turn of the 17th and in the course of the 18th century. It was against this “old regime” that the Greeks revolted in 1821, while its legacy continues to preoccupy contemporary debates on the relationship between state and society in Greece and in other successor states. The course explores the formation of the Ottoman “old regime” in connection with the broader political, social, economic and ideological changes of the era. Among the issues addressed are the consolidation of the Ottoman principality and its transformation into empire, the mode of administration, major institutional changes and socio-economic developments, as well as and the relationship between state and subjects, imperial center and periphery.

engineering subject

Δίκτυα Κινητών Επικοινωνιών [open]

Demosthenes Vouyioukas - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Information & Communication Systems Engineering, Aegean University

The course offers introduction to mobile and personal communications networks. The basic operating principles of these systems are examined. Specifically, issues such as wireless transmission conditions in different environments, propagation of radio channels, cellular systems design techniques, etc. are discussed in detail. Also, the operating principles, the architecture and features of popular mobile systems like GSM, GPRS, UMTS are analyzed.

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.