CONDIS participating in CSE 2016

The Assistant Professor and member of CoNDiS Lab Dr. Michael Paraskevas, participated in the 19th IEEE International Conference on Computational Science and Engineering (CSE 2016), that held on 24-26 August 2016 in Paris, France and gave two talks:

The first “Design of a secure BYOD policy for the Greek School Network: a Case Study” refers to a case study for the design of an effective and secure BYOD policy for the Greek School Network, discussing also the main security challenges and issues faced and how they were handled. The BYOD is a promising technology that could add long-term value in the educational process and learning activities, when it is designed in a secure and efficient manner. (presentation & paper)

The second “Integrating the Kaltura Video Platform with the Photodentro Video Repository: a Case Study” refers to a case study for the integration of two web-based systems, the ‟Kaltura” video platform and the ‟Photodentro Video” digital repository. The integration is based on the Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting and an associated automation, transformation, and push/pull notification strategy. (presentation & paper)



Members Invitation

Dear Students,

The CoNDiS laboratory (Laboratory of Telecommunication Network and Digital signal processing) invites you to become its members. 

Through our lab, you will have the opportunity to study telecommunications and networks, to implement creative project in groups and to participate in conferences and exhibitions.

For more information, please visit our website, email at condis [AT] (or at the personal email of the Laboratory members) or come to discuss in person.

Yours sincerely,

CoNDiS Lab

Keynote speech at IABL 2016


The Assistant Professor and member of CoNDiS Lab Dr. Michael Paraskevas, participated as keynote speaker in the "International Conference of Blended Learning for the 21st Century Learner", IABL2016, that held on 22-24 April 2016 in Kavala, Greece.

Prof. Paraskevas gave a talk about the open and distance learning services offered by the Greek School Network in the Greek educational community. Specifically, Prof. Paraskevas presented a versatile blended learning model that is oriented to computer engineering educators in order to advance their technical skills. For the realization of this model a Hybrid Educational Platform (HEP) was developed exploiting the robustness and functionality of the Greek School Network. Findings from the evaluation of the related training activities indicate a well-promising learning frame
work that compensates the growing needs for information and communication technologies, thus establishing a modern and attractive education environment in the Greek Society. Furthermore, a clustering and classification methodology framework is introduced in order to efficiently examine and extract behavioral trends of the participants. The results indicate the robustness of the proposed methodology scheme which can potential applied to various evaluation tasks.

Get presentation from here.

Participation at "PatrasIQ 2016"

The Telecommunications, Network Technologies & DSP Systems Laboratory (CoNDiS Lab) participated in the "3rd Exhibition of Expertise Transport - Patras Innovation Quest (PatrasIQ) 2016", which took place between 15 and April 17, 2016 at the "Dimitris Tofalos" Sports Center in Patras, Greece. In the context of promoting know-how, innovative ideas and networking with research and industrial organizations of Western Greece, the following projects and research activities were presented:

  • «DYNACARGO: Dynamic Routing of Cargo hauling» implemented under the '2011 Cooperation' Action. The lab participates as the project leader
  • Digital Forensic analysis
  • e-Consultation and e-Democracy