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Kytagias Christos

email:
ckyt@teipir.gr

Lecturer in the Division of Informatics and Quantitative Methods at the Department of Business Administration of the Technological Education Institute of Piraeus since 2013. Lecturer in the Computer Science Division at the General Department of Mathematics of the Technological Education Institute of Piraeus from September of 2010 until September of 2013. IT manager of the «Laboratory of Programming and e-Learning Systems» of the Technological Education Institute of Piraeus (http://elearn.teipir.gr). MSc degree in Information Tchnology with Web Technology from the University of Paisley – U.K (2005) with dissertation subject «Implementing a Configuration Management Approach to the Development of Web-Based Systems».  PhD candidate in the department of Primary Education of the National and Kapodistrian Univercity of Athens with dissertation subject «Evaluation of educational scenarios in e-learning environments with data mining techniques»

Research fields of interests: object oriented programming, analysis and designing of information systems, Web software engineering, Database systems and database management systems, Learning Management Systems engineering, e-Business, lifelong learning and distant learning, design patterns and principles, multimedia programming. IT manager of the «laboratory of programming and e-learning systems» of the Technological Education Institute of Piraeus (http://elearn.teipir.gr).

Published research and educational work includes: two (2) programming books «Java Part I Introduction to Object Oriented Programming” and «Java Applications Part II Graphical applications with the swing package» (http://vplace.teipir.gr/Java) and in total thirteen (13) papers, in international journals, chapters in books and conference proceedings refereed, and five (5) technical studies in the framework of developmental and research projects.

Writting activity:

(2008) Java: Graphic applications with Swing package,
(2008) Java: Introduction to object-oriented programming

Courses:

Introduction to Computer Science and Computer Programming, Object Oriented Programming, E-business, Databases

Office: D111

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