Sunday 28 November 2021
Panetsos Spiros

Department of Electronic Engineering Educators
School of Pedagogical & Technological Education (ASPETE)

Heraklion Attikis, 141 21 Athens, GR
Tel.: +30 210 2896-77
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  • 1981: B.Sc. in Maths, Dept. of Maths, Univ. of Athens, GR
  • 1985: M.Sc. in Computer Applications, Cranfield Institute of Technology, U.K.
  • 1992: Master in Regional Development, Regional Development Institute, Panteion University.
  • 2005: PhD in ICT and Local Development, Dept of Economic and Regional Development, Panteion University.
  • 2006: Master in Adult Education, Hellenic Open University.
  • 2010: Master in Information Systems Hellenic Open University.

Research Interests

  • Information and communication Technology and regional development.
  • Information and communication Technology and education
  • Ad-hoc Networks

Teaching Interests

  • Computer Programming (SELETE 1996-2002, ASPETE 2002-)
  • Operating Systems (SELETE 1996-2002, ASPETE 2002-)
  • Communications and Computer Networks (ASPETE 2002-)
  • Programming Techniques (ASPETE 2002-)
  • Operational Research (ASPETE 2002-)
  • Environmental Protection (ASPETE, 2002-)

Selected Publications

  1. Spiros Panetsos, Konstantinos Siassiakos, Athina Lazakidou. Adaptive Instruction in Adaptive Educational Hypermedia Systems. WSEAS transactions on Advances in Engineering Education, Issue 11, Vol 3, pp. 997 – 1002, 2006, ISSN 1790 – 1979.
  2. Kostas Fragos, Spiros Panetsos. Disambiguation of Greek Polysemous Words using Hierarchical Probabilistic Networks and a Chi-Square Feature Selection Strategy. International Journal on artificial Intelligence Tools (2007).
  3. Spiros Panetsos. Learning Styles in Adaptive Educational Systems. 18th EAEEIE Annual Conference Innovation in Education for Electrical and Information Engineering (Eie), July 2 – 4, 2007, Praha, Czech Republic.
  4. P. Karampelas, L. Ekonomou, S. Panetsos, G.E. Chatzarakis, LPAT: An Interactive Simulation Tool for Assessing the Lightning Performance of Hellenic High Voltage Transmission Lines, Journal of Applied Soft Computing (accepted).