The centre for research and technology hellas

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The centre for research and technology hellas

Centre for Research and Technology, Hellas is a financially and administratively independent research institute. ITI is part of a mature organization (the Centre for Research and Technology, Hellas) currently supervised by the Greek Secretariat of Research and Technology. with its head office located in Thessaloniki, Greece. ITI is active in research, both basic and industry-oriented, as well as technology transfer actions, in the following areas: computer vision, image and video analysis and coding, web semantics, intelligent software architectures, e-Health, biometrics, information security, 3D imaging and virtual reality applications, multimedia and internet technologies, educational and cultural technologies, telemedicine applications, digital and interactive television, data communications and computer networks. Since 1998, CERTH-ITI has participated in more than 60 EC Information Society Technologies (IST) research projects and more than 85 National projects and Contracts with the Private Sector (IT Industry). Moreover, the CERTH-ITI research team has authored more than 300 publications in scientific journals, over 600 presentations in international conferences and 65 books and book chapters. In 2005, CERTH-ITI was awarded the “European Group Technical Achievement Award” by the European Association for Signal, Speech and Image Processing (EURASIP) for significant contributions to the theory and application of digital filtering and image processing and coding.

The following is the list of scholars from The centre for research and technology hellas who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences