Dipl. Eng. Fotios Panteliadis
Fotios graduated from the School of Electrical & Com- puter Engineering of Aristotle university of Thessaloniki in 2002. He has a solid professional record as a software de- veloper, team-, project- & process- manager in DAX-30 german companies in the automotive and the telecommunication sectors. His additional work in Thessaloniki as a freelancer enabled him to participate in diverse small to medium projects, obtaining additional technical know how and significant ties to the city's developers community.
Dr. Tilemachos Matiakis
Tilemachos gradu- ated from the School of Electrical & Computer Engine- ering of Aristotle university of Thes- saloniki in 2004 and completed his dis- sertation in the area control at the Technical University of Munich in 2009. He has written several articles in world renowned scientific journals and received a scholarship and two distinctions during his studies and PhD. He was subsequently worked in various projects as a control engineer for the german aircraft and automotive industry.
Dipl. Eng. Panagiotis Zapartas
Panagiotis graduate- d from the School of Electrical & Computer Engine- ering (ECE) of Aristotle university of Thessaloniki in 2009 and finished his postgraduate studies, in the same School, in Advanced Computer and Communication Systems in 2012. Currently he is working as a software engineer in projects in the automotive sector gaining experience in team work, processes and related tools.
He gained also significant experience during his studies, in the Robotics sector through the Robotics Research Group "PANDORA" of ECE School, as a founding member. This Research Group gave him the ability for publications in international robotic contests and greek conferences as well as group distinctions.
Dipl. Eng. Konstantinos Lamaris
Konstantinos graduated from the School of Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE) of Aristotle university of Thessaloniki in 2009 and continued with postgraduate studies in the same Engineering School gaining his master degree in Advanced Computer and Communication Systems in 2011. He was founding member of PANDORA, the robotics team of ECE’s Robotics Research Group and one of the core members for 3 years. He worked in Hardware and Software level with Low Level Drivers and Sensors and he earned group distinctions with participations and publications in international robotics contests as well as national conferences.
He was subsequently worked as software engineer for embedded systems in the R&D department of Continental for internal projects, as well as projects with Volkswagen as end Customer. By gaining experience in this field, he moved up in the leading developer level and software project management taking over projects for the automotive industry.