Web development workshop
Friday, September 23, 2016, 18:00-21:00 and
Tuesday, September 27, 2016, 18:00-21:00
International Hellenic University, Computer Labs A1 & A2


Scope: With the number of Web-connected devices exceeding the world’s population, web development is an exciting and technically demanding field at the crossroads of engineering (i.e. software design and construction) and art, with estimated multi-billion dollar global revenue. As a result, frontend and backend web development has become a crucial skill in the job market. In this 2-part workshop/seminar (to be held in different days), we ask instructor Dr. Apostolos Ampatzoglou to provide his expertise and experience from academia and industry towards taking the first important steps in the world of web development.


Attendance is free to students, young ICT and Web professionals, the general public and all those who wish to learn more about web development.


The number of available places in this workshop is limited, and thus prior free registration is required. After registration, you will be contacted via email to be notified of whether your participation in the workshop is confirmed. Please, do not come to the workshop without a confirmation email first.


The working language of the workshop is English.


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MSc in ICT Systems student receives award in the e-nnovation 2015 digital entrepreneurship competition

In this year’s e-nnovation digital entrepreneurship competition, George Kakamoukas (photos), student at the MSc in ICT Systems, received the “Best Product Prototype” award. He developed a smart, low-cost cardiograph (eCareWalk), which monitors the patient’s heart rate. Patients can see visualisations of their heart rate and send the data to their physician through an easy-to-use mobile app that wirelessly connects to the device. With the booming of the mobile technology and the Internet of Things, personalised tele-medicine products and services are globally considered an emerging field with great prospects and opportunities.

In this year’s e-nnovation competition 123 teams (of 322 total students) competed for the 7 prizes, offered by esteemed enterprises and institutions (Hyundai HellasEurobankSEN/JA GreeceSEPE,Athens University of Economics and Business and International Hellenic University). The competition was supported by KEMELHAMAC  and Microsoft. The International Hellenic University is a co-organiser of the-nnovation competition since 2011, offering to the participating teams consultation and mentoring services, workshops, events etc.
Please find attached the Press Release (content in Greek).

You may also visit E-nnovation Facebook page.

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