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engineering subject

English for industrial design

Agapi Altini - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Mechanical Engineering & Industrial Engineering TE, TEI of Western Macedonia

Authentic ESP texts with specialized lexical, grammatical and discourse elements with a view to enhancing students’ comprehension of Industrial Design topics, and, therefore, develop linguistic skills necessary for: a) students’ participation in postgraduate courses and various European programmes (e.g. Erasmus programme etc.), and b) future professional career. Students are exposed to a collection of Industrial Design-related texts focusing on content rather than grammar, and they practise their skills via CALL-based exercises in the language laboratory.

social sciences  subject

Financial analysis

Themistokles Lazarides - Undergraduate - (A+)
Department of Business Administration (Grevena), TEI of Western Macedonia

Basic financial statements, meaning and purpose of financial statement analysis, vertical and horizontal analysis ratios (liquidity, marketing, profitability, financial independence, equity), net cash flow, investment assessment techniques.

social sciences  subject

Financial Management

Grigoris Giannarakis - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Business Administration (Grevena), TEI of Western Macedonia

The lesson focuses on the time value of money, the basic principles of a business finances, the origin of its capitals and the evaluation of investments.

natural sciences subject

Environmental Geochemistry

Georgios Charalampides - Undergraduate - (A+)
Department of Environment and Pollution Control Engineering, TEI of Western Macedonia

Theory • Object of Geochemistry (basic concepts and definitions). • Geochemical classification of elements. • Distribution and dissemination of elements. • Geochemical Prospection. • Elements Indicators. • Categories of geochemical research. • Soil geochemistry. • Hyrdogeochemistry • Lithogeochemistry • Geochemistry of river sediments. • Geochemistry of gases. • Biogeochemistry. • Analytical Geochemistry. • The Geochemistry for a better environment • Heavy metals and environment. • Hazardous trace elements. Natural environment and health. • Global environmental problems. • Acid drain mines. • Gold deposits and environment • Energy mineral raw materials and the environment - Acid Rain • Radioactive gases (radon). • Sulphur dioxide (SO2). • Nitrogen (NOx) and carbon (CO2) oxides. • Arsenic and mercury in the water. • Organic contaminants. • Examples of applied geochemical research in the world and in Greece. Laboratory • Analytical Geochemistry • Statistical analysis of geochemical data • Geochemistry of river sediments • Geochemical anomalies • Soil Geochemistry • Biogeochemistry • Geochemical hydrocarbon exploration • Lithogeochemistry • Hydrogeochemistry

natural sciences subject

Data Structures

Georgios Sisias - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Informatics Engineering, TEI of Western Macedonia

The course contains the following: 1. Introduction to Data Structures. Necessity-Usefulness. 2. Arrays. 3. Stacks (Static and Dynamic). 4. Queues (Static and Dynamic). 5. Lists and Priority Queues. 6. Linked Lists, singly and doubly linked. 7. Trees. Binary Search Trees. 8. Red and Black Trees. 2-3-4 Trees. 9. Hash Tables. 10. Heaps. 11. Graphs. 12. Sorting Algorithms. 13. Summary and comparison of the Data Structures.

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LEADERSHIP

Androniki Katarachia - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Accounting and Finance, TEI of Western Macedonia

The course aims to give students the opportunity to understand the concept of leadership and its difference from management within an international scope in order to develop knowledge and skills in effective leadership. The course through the systemic approach to leadership focuses on and analyzes major issues such as the concept of leadership and its relationship with management, the different theories and models of leadership. Also, the course discusses issues such as the power of influence and control, charismatic leadership and therole of leadership in the change management, organizational learning and decision making.

social sciences  subject

International Economic Relations

Elektra Pitoska - Undergraduate - (A+)
Department of Accounting and Finance Kozani, TEI of Western Macedonia

-the meaning and forms of international economic relations, international microeconomic and macroeconomic as part of the theory of international economics. - The study of the change and development of the international economic environment in the internationalization and globalization of economic life processes. Forms, methods and tools of international financial transactions. - development of objective knowledge of the world economy, as a universal interconnection system of national economies. - the operating principles of the mechanism of the global and European economy. and the role of international financial institutions and associations in solving the problems of the global economy. -analysis of international economic exchanges with the use of classical and neoclassical theory of international trade - the theory of trade policy (tariffs and protection), the theory of customs unions and common market (the international mobility of production factors). - the international monetary, currency and financial system. -theory of balance of payments and the macroeconomic role of balance of payments and macroeconomic regulation in small and large open economy. -the foreign exchange market and exchange rate theory. -On exchange rate policy, the macroeconomic role of the SI, the tools of monetary and exchange rate policy. -The macroeconomic equilibrium in open economy models of internal and external economic equilibrium in the open economy. - The international macroeconomic policy in open economy with fixed and floating exchange rate.

natural sciences subject

Mathematical economics

Nikolaos Sariannidis - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Business Administration (Kozani), TEI of Western Macedonia

This course offers a comprehensive presentation of the mathematics required to tackle problems in economic analyses. To give a better understanding of the mathematical concepts, the course follows the logic of the development of mathematics concepts.

natural sciences subject

Special Topics in Programming

Angelos Michalas - Undergraduate - (A+)
Department of Informatics Engineering, TEI of Western Macedonia

Study of fundamental concepts and models related to the object oriented programming using JAVA.

natural sciences subject

Image Digitization and Analysis

Dimosthenis Paschalidis - Undergraduate - (A+)
QA Ecclesiastical Heirlooms, TEI of Western Macedonia

Introduction to digital photo editing using specialized software to develop color processing techniques, sharpening, change of size or resolution, creative use of filters, image composition and photo printing.