Dr Stasinos Konstantopoulos, MEng in Computer Engineering and Informatics (University of Patras, Greece, 1997), MSc in Artificial Intelligence (Edinburgh University, U.K., 1998), PhD on Computational Logic and Language Technology (Groningen University, the Netherlands, 2003) has been affiliated to the Institute of Informatics & Telecommunications, NCSR "Demokritos" since 2004 through several national, FP6-IST, and FP7-ICT projects. Since 2012 he has been leading core technical work packages in Intelligent Data Mangement and Big Data projects. He is also actively involved in W3C activities and has participated in various Working Groups and Community Groups, including the POWDER Working Group (2007-2009) where he contributed the logical foundations of the POWDER Recommendation. He currently participates in the newly established CVSW Working Group (2014).
Besides semantic and data technologies, Stasinos' research interests also include language technology and robotics, specifically pattern recognition in sensor data and human-robot interaction. He recently assumed the initiative for, and currently leads, Roboskel, the Institute's horizontal robotics activity. Stasinos has authored or co-authored more than 50 articles published in refereed journals and full-length conference proceedings, has reviewed submissions to artificial intelligence and machine learning journals, and has been on the programme and organizing committees of various international conferences including chairing the programme committee of the 6th Hellenic Conference on Artificial Intelligence (SETN 2010).
Besides these research activities and community service, Stasinos is also active in student supervision and instruction. He has, so far, seen two Masters and one undergraduate student graduate as well as five undergraduate interns; of these projects, three have led to publications in refereed conferences. He has also taught Information Extraction at the joint University of Athens/National Technical University of Athens Master's course on Language Technology; and has delivered lectures at the NCSR Summer School (2008-2011) and the University of Texas Study Abroad Summer School (2010-2012). He supervised a project at the 2013 International Research-oriented Summer School, which also led to a publication at an international refereed conference.
- Joint programs (with Greek Universities)
- Joint PhD programs / Research Collaborations
- Lecture Series
- PhD theses
- MSc, BSc and Internships
- Educational policy