A key purpose of IIT is to enable the exploitation of its research outcomes using various mechanisms, including patent submission. During the course of the past years IIT has been awarded the following patents:
- Method for Managing Networks of Interconnected Items. N. Dimitriou, K. Kontovassilis, C.D. Spyropoulos. Greek Patent No: 1008939. Issued on 31/01/2017, valid until 30/12/2035.
- Method for Extending “Low Density Parity-Check” (LPDC) Codes in Telecommunication Systems. S. Papaharalabos, F. Lazarakis, C.D. Spyropoulos. Greek Patent No: 1008966. Issued on 28/02/2017, valid until 30/12/2035.
- System for the Isolation of Speakers from Audiovisual Data. E. Spyrou, D. Sgouropoulos, G. Siantikos, A. Yiannakopoulos, St. Perantonis, C.D. Spyropoulos. Greek Patent No: 1008860. Issued on 27/09/2016, valid until 30/12/2035.
- Wearable Fabric Antenna. A. Mihalopoulou, A. Alexandridis, C.D. Spyropoulos. Greek Patent No: 1008878. Issued on 14/10/2016.
- Video Quality Assessment Method. M.A. Kourtis, Ch. Koumaras, A. Kourtis. Greek Patent No: 1008606. Issued on 05/11/2015
- System & Method for Identifying Drug-drug Interactions. George Paliouras, Fotis Aisopos, Tasos Nentidis, Kostas Bougiatiotis. Software for predicting drug-drug interactions for lung cancer and Alzheimer’s, using Machine Learning. Submitted in January 2020, European Patent Office
- Cross Lingual Methodology for Automatic Assessment of Neurodegenerative Diseases. George Paliouras, Vassiliki Rentoumi. Prototype of automatic text analysis that provides an accurate risk assessment for Alzheimer’s disease, based on samples from patients. Submitted in January 2020, US Patent Office
- System and method for forecasting complex events. Ilias Alevizos, Emmanouil Ntoulias, Alexandros Artikis, Georgios Paliouras. Submitted in August 2020, European Patent Office