Παρουσίαση τεχνικής αναφοράς Άγγελου Αντικατζίδη στο πλαίσιο του MSc by Research, Παρασκευή 03/11/2023. Α εξαμήνου 10:00-10:30 πμ: Click here to join the meeting Β εξαμήνου 10:30-11:00 πμ: Click here to join the meeting
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“Criticality” in the counting function of prime numbers: Theory and application to nuclear magic numbersPanos2023-07-10T20:20:15+03:00
A publication from CoNSeRT's member that introduces a novel theoretical and purely mathematical Model of Criticality based on Prime Numbers.
Athens calls Athens 2nd International Interathenian Conference 21-22-23 November 2022 “MAN AND HIS CREATIONS” See the lecture of Prof. Patrikakis C. here.
On the 30th of September 2022 CoNSeRT’s team was happy to present RESCUER at the Researcher’s Night 2022, the first physical event after the pandemic that took place in Athens. CoNSeRT’s team had the opportunity to present the “Signs of Life” tool to the visitors of the event, as well as to distribute leaflets and invite people to follow our social media channels to stay informed about our latest advancements. At the same time, RESCUER was presented by the Austrian Red Cross, during their presentation entitled “Research for emergency services – added value for users?” which was held online in the Austrian event.
Member of CoNSeRT Prof. Stelios Mitilineos and his team, is one of the three Greek teams that for the first time pass to the final phase of the EIT Health RIS Innovation Call program with the support of the National Documentation Center (EKT), EIT Health Hub in Greece. In total, 20 innovative projects from Central, Eastern and Southern European countries are supported this year by the institution.
In CONSERT, we are both happy and proud to announce that the project APNIWAVE submitted by Associate Professor S. A. Mitilineos, is approved for funding by the EIT Health Regional Innovation Scheme. The research team of the APNIWAVE project, led by Prof. Mitilineos for the UNIWA part, aims at developing a device that will tackle the problem of efficient Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Hypopnea Syndrome (OSAHS) screening at home, in a convenient, non-invasive and efficient manner. The APNIWAVE device is lightweight and of very low volume, but packed with a resourceful inventory of features including a (FCC licensed) microwave radar sensor for collecting information on the breathing pattern during sleeping of the end user (patient) at the comfort of her/his home, as well as a state-of-the-art Machine Learning model for evaluating respiratory patterns and detecting apnea syndromes overnight. Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Hypopnea Syndrome (OSAHS) is a widespread non-communicable disease with an estimated 2% of female and 4% of male population suffering from it. The consequent costs on induced diseases like cardiovascular disease, increased rates of car accidents due to the related sleepiness, and many other, are very heavy. Doctors regularly come face-to-face with the hard truth of lack of resources for efficiently evaluating apnea and hypopnea in candidate patients due to the fact that there exist no efficient techniques alternative to polysomnography for OSAHS screening and diagnosis. With polysomnography being an intense resource and cost-consuming overnight procedure that is uncomfortable both for patients and doctors, the latter urgently need an efficient way of screening patients among healthy individuals in order to target the disease of OSAHS and mitigate its social and economic impact. APNIWAVE targets in raising awareness levels among citizens and doctors regarding the existence of OSAHS and detecting this disease early enough so as to guarantee a more efficient intervention.
Προκήρυξη εκλογών για τη θέση του Διευθυντή του εργαστηρίου "Δικτύων και Υπηρεσιών Υπολογιστών" (CONSERT). Δείτε την προκήρυξη εδώ.
FASTER and RESCUER projects presented during the 20th anniversary of the EU Civil Protection MechanismPanos2023-10-28T11:36:57+03:00
Year 2022 marks the 20th anniversary of the EU Civil Protection Mechanism, which in the words of the Commissioner for Crisis Management Janez Lenarčič, “is a concrete example of EU solidarity in action”. Speaking during the event for the celebration of the 20th anniversary of EU Civil Protection Mechanism, Commandant Wilfried Stéfic, head of the French National Fire Officers Academy (ENSOSP) Research Projects Laboratory, presented two flagship projects funded under the technologies for First Responders call in which ENSOSP and CoNSeRT are partners: FASTER and RESCUER. Both projects research on the use of new technologies in the supporting First Responders in action, offering tools and services that increase their operational capacity and effectiveness and improve their safety. Read the article here