Dionysis Giannakopoulos studied Chemistry at the University of Athens (1972), but quickly turned to Administrative Computing with six months retraining in CEE “Demokritos” in interministerial Programme (1973). From 1975 to 1981, he held various positions in MOD and he was a member of working groups for the development of Integrated Materials Management for the Army. From 1981 to 1985 he did his DEA and Doctorate in Information Organizations (Informatique des Organisations) at the University of Paris (IX), as a scholar of the Greek Government and NATO. Since 1987, he is a member of the Teaching Faculty of TEI Piraeus, and in 1989 he was elected to the rank of lecturer at the Technical University of Crete. He’s a full-time Professor since 2001 and he was elected Director of the School of Business and Economics of TEI Piraeus for the four years 2006-2010.
His particular research interests are listed in Multicriteria Decision Support Systems and Management Information Systems, where he has written extensively, and a significant number of operations and publications. He was an expert of the Ministry of Employment in training and evaluator of European Programmes. He has been a consultant for several business projects and organizations in Greece and Cyprus. From 1999 to 2005 he was Secretary General from 2005 to 2009 President of the Greek Operational Research Society.
Courses: Management Information Systems, Project Management, Decision Supporting Systems, Logistics
Lecture days and hours: Friday 14:00-17:00 (Project Management), Tuesday 14:00-16:00 & Thursday 15:00-18:00 (Logistics)
Days and hours available to students: Friday 13:00-14:00