Nikolaos Doukas

Nikolaos Doukas, received his BEng (1st class honors), MSc and PhD Degrees from Imperial College, London in 1992, 1993 and 1998 respectively. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Information Technology in the Hellenic Army Academy. He has got extensive teaching experience at the Athens University for Economics and Business, Imperial College, the Hellenic Air Force Academy and the Hellenic Army Academy. His research interests include Cryptography, Data Security, Software Engineering, Decision Support Systems, Data Mining, Blind Source Separation, Ultrasonic Signal and Image Processing, Optimization and e-Learning systems. He has participated in research and development projects supported by the European commission, the UK Ministry of Defence, LG Semiconductors, the Cypriot Government, the Greek Government, Thales Airborne Systems (Thomson CSF – Detexis) and other organisations, while he has also been contributing for over 15 years in the development of commercially available CAD software for architectural design and static analysis of buildings. He has published in over 20 peer-reviewed journals and conferences while he is also co-inventor in a European Patent in 2011, in the field of secure speech communications.