Dr. Dimitrios A. Adamos

Short Bio

Dr. Dimitrios A. Adamos is a senior teaching / research fellow at the School of Music Studies, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh), Greece and a member of the Neuroinformatics GRoup. He also has work experience as a senior network and unix systems engineer. He holds a Dipl. in Electrical & Computer Engineering, an MSc in Medical informatics from the School of Medicine and a PhD in Neuroinformatics from the School of Biology of AUTh. His research interests include neuroinformatics, neural signal analysis, machine learning applications, Brain Computer Interfaces, internet technologies and neuroscience of music.

He is the author of the academic blog Neurobot.

His latest research work has been in the spotlight of the media.

Profiles

Studies

  • PhD in Neuroinformatics, School of Biology, Faculty of Sciences, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
  • MSc in Medical Informatics, School of Medicine, Faculty of Health Sciences, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
  • Dipl.-Ing in Electrical & Computer Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

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Research interests

Neuroinformatics, Neuroengineering, Neural Signal Analysis, Human-Computer Interaction, Brain-Computer Interfaces, EEG, Computational Intelligence, Complex Network analysis, Graph theory, Biomarkers, Cognitive Neurodynamics, Music Perception and Cognition

Other: Digital Arts, Digital Culture, Network Performing Arts, Multimedia IP Streaming, Broadband Networking, Internet Technologies, Web Technologies, Quality of Service, IPv6, IP Multicast, Voice over IP, Network Security, Wireless Networking, Unix Systems

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Dr. Dimitrios A. Adamos

Post: School of Music Studies, Faculty of Fine Arts, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, 54124, Thessaloniki, Greece

E:  d.adamos(at)ieee.org – dadam(at)auth.gr

T: +30 2310991839

F: +30 2310991815