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Dr. Georgios Karagiannis

Electrical & Computer Engineer, PhD
Senior Researcher

Dr. Georgios Karagiannis is a scientific and technical head of the Diagnosis Centre of the «ORMYLIA» Foundation. He is scientific collaborator of «ORMYLIA» Foundation since January 1997. His research field is related to Non-Destructive Testing, Multispectral imaging and Spectroscopic imaging, Signal processing and Knowledge Management as well as the optimize-combined use of these methods in various scientific and industrial applications. Since 1998, he is involved as coordinator as well as principal participant in European R&D as well as industrial projects related to NDT techniques development and application in art objects diagnosis and documentation, biomedical diagnosis, image and signal processing and knowledge management. He is also reviewer in several scientific journals as well as evaluator of European commission for RTD projects. He has been also member of technical and scientific committees of international conferences as well as chairman in special sessions of them. From 1998, he teaches also to the master of degree of conservation and restoration of art-objects of the school of engineering of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He has more than 20 publications in international scientific journals, more than 55 presentations to international scientific conferences and 17 invited lectures. He holds two national and one international patent. He is member of the Technical Chamber of Greece.

Georgios Apostolidis

Electrical & Computer Engineer
Research Associate & PhD Candidate

Apostolidis Georgios was born in Drama, Greece in 1987 and he graduated from the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh) in 2012. This period he works as electrical and computer engineer in Artdiagnosis Center of Ormylia Foundation. Also, he is Phd student in ECE dept. of AUTh. His scientific interests include advanced signal processing techniques. Finally, he is student member of IEEE and Technical Chamber of Greece.

Dr Stamatis Amanatiadis

Electrical & Computer Engineer
Research Associate

Amanatiadis Stamatis was born in Alexandroupolis, Greece in 1987. He received his diploma and PhD from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh) in 2010 and 2016, respectively. His scientific interests include numerical methods in engineering and especially computational electromagnetics. He is currently a research associate in Artdiagnosis Center of Ormylia Foundation.

Marios Giouvanakis

Electrical & Computer Engineer
Research Associate & PhD Candidate

Marios Giouvanakis was born in Thessaloniki, Greece in 1986 and graduated from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in 2012. He is a PhD candidate in the same department. His scientific research focuses on active low-frequency noise control in modal sound fields with compound secondary sources. Ηe is an associate researcher in Artdiagnostic Center of Ormylia Foundation.

Eirini-Chrysanthi Tsardaka

Chemist, PhD
Research Associate

 Tsardaka Eirini-Chrysanthi graduated from Chemistry Department, Faculty of Sciences, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh), in 2011. She finished her Masters degree in Chemical Analysis- Quality Control in Chemistry Department AUTH in 2013 and her Masters in Processes and Advanced Materials Technology, Polytechnic School, AUTh in 2015. She is a PhD candidate in Laboratory of Building Materials, Department of Civil Engineering AUTh. Her scientific interests include the development of analytical techniques and techniques of determination and measurement (X-Ray, Chromatographic and Spectroscopic techniques), the characterization of materials and research and study of the impact of nanoscale materials in building materials. She is a research associate at Ormylia Art Diagnosis Centre and focused on the determination and characterization of materials.


Dr. Theodosis Karamanos

Electrical & Computer Engineer, PhD
Research Assistant

Theodosios Karamanos was born in 1986 in Athens and grew up in Argos, Argolis. In 2010 he graduated from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (DECE), Polytechnic School, Artistotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh). In October 2016 he was proclaimed a doctor of DECE AUTh, with his doctoral thesis entitled “Modeling of the response of electrically-small scatterers and three-dimensional periodic structures via polarizabilities” . His research interests are focused on the following: Metamaterials (analysis, homogenization, characterization, circuit modelling, active metamaterials and applications in antennas and wave propagation), electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and electromagnetic interference (EMI) problems (measurements, immunity techniques, shieldings etc.), waveguide and free-space propagation problems (special antennas, miniaturization, waveguide structures etc.), dyadic Green functions applications in electromagnetism. He is a member of the ΙΕΕΕ Antennas and Propagation Society, the IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society  and the Technical Chamber of Greece.


Kyriakos Fragoulis


Kyriakos Fragoulis is a graduate of the Department of History and Archeology of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in the specialization of Archeology and Art History. In 2014, he acquired his MA degree in Byzantine Archeology at the same university, as a scholar of the Alexander S. Onassis Foundation. He is currently studying for his PhD in the Center for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies at the University of Birmingham as a scholar of the Greek Archaeological Committee in the UK and the Alexander S. Onassis Foundation. Since 2007 he has been involved in the university excavation of Dion (Pieria), while he has also worked in excavations in Lasithi (Crete) and the Prefecture of Thessaloniki. He has participated in interdisciplinary research projects focusing on the collaboration of archaeological research with modern analytical and documentation technologies. In addition, since 2014, he has been the co-editor of the annual volume of the scientific journal Byzantiaka, published by the Hellenic Historical Society. His interests and relevant publications mainly focus on the study of Late Antiquity culture material in Greece.

Mimis Evdoxios

Conservator of antiquities and works of art
Research Associate & PhD Candidate

Evdoxios Mimis was born in Thessaloniki in 1977 and studied at the Technological Educational Institute of Athens, where he graduated in 2002. He continued his postgraduate studies in the Interdepartmental Program of Postgraduate Studies of the Aristotle University “Protection, Maintenance and Restoration of Cultural Monuments”. He is also a PhD candidate in the Department of Chemistry of the University of Ioannina. He has many years of experience in the preservation of museum exhibits, collections, excavation and enhancement of monuments and archaeological sites. The “Excavation Manual” and “Art of Fresco” are included in his writing work, while his research field includes the diagnosis and evaluation of archaeological finds through non-destructive methods, as well as the development of materials for the protection of metal objects.

Anastasia Antonakaki


Anastasia Partheni-Antonakaki was born in Volos, Greece, in 1993. In 2016, she graduated from the Law School, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh). In 2018, she got her first master in Sociology (of law), from the master program “History, Philosophy and Sociology of law” (Theory of Justice and Interdisciplinary Law Studies-AUTh). In 2020, she got her second master in Bioethics (AUTh). Her first thesis aims to deal with the issue of surrogate motherhood and the second one with the issue of diasbility and dance. Both of them are based on sociological research. She is also a dance/movement educator and she is part of Choreology 2.0, a professional dance program, that aims in the development of the unique movemnet skills each person has. She is always trying to keep up with the latest evolutions in her scientific and art fields. Her research (interdisciplinary) interests are focused on the following: sociology (of law), philosophy and history (of law), human body, movement, cultural studies, issues of bioethics, dance, relationship between art forms. She is currently a research associate in Art Diagnosis Center of Ormylia Foundation, focused on sociology, law, bioethics, human body issues.