George Papakonstantinou received his Diploma in Electrical Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens in 1964, the P.I.I. Diploma in Electronic Engineering from Philips Int. Inst in 1966, and his M.Sc. in Electronic Engineering from N.U.F.F.I.C. Netherlands in 1967. In 1971 he received his PhD in Computer Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens. He has worked as a Research Scientist at the Greek Atomic Energy Commission/Computer Division (1969-1984), as Director of the Computer Division at the Greek Atomic Energy Commission (1981-1984). From 1984 he serves as a Professor at the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, Computer Science Division. His research interests include Computer Architectures, Logic Synthesis, Operating Systems, as well as Parallel Architectures and Languages. He has published over than 80 papers in refereed journals and more than 210 papers in proceedings of conferences. He has also published 9 Greek textbooks and contributed 7 chapters to English textbooks on computer engineering. He has taught several undergraduate and graduate courses at NTUA, supervised many diploma and PhD theses, and has been reviewer in International Journals, Conferences and research project proposals. He has participated (as project leader or member) in about 20 Greek and European R&D projects.
Alexandros C. Dimopoulos was born in 1980 in Athens. He was an undergraduate student at the Electrical and Computer Engineering School of the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA). In 2004 he received his diploma and since then, he is a PhD student at the Computer Systems Lab (NTUA) in the research area of embedded systems, under the guidance of Professor G. Papakonstantinou. His research interests include Hardware compilers, Software/Hardware Co design, FPGAs and Biomedical Applications.
Christos Pavlatos received his Diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering from University of Patras in 2002. In 2007 he he received his PhD in "Automated Hardware/Software co-design" from the National Technical University of Athens. His research interests include Embedded Systems, Hardware Software co-design, Pattern Recognition and Artificial Intelligence. He currently is lecturer at Hellenic Air Force Academy (HAFA). Thesis (in Greek)