Master Theses

Year Author name Title
2020-2021 Nikiforos Alygizakis A Deep Learning approach for modeling the spatial distribution of contaminants in the Black Sea
2020-2021 Vasileios Konstantakos CRISPR-Cas9 gRNA efficiency prediction - An overview of predictive tools and the role of Deep Learning
2019-2020 Paris Koloveas A machine learning framework for gathering and leveraging web data to Cyber-Threat lntelligence
2019-2020 Theodora Koutsothanasi Financial narrative summarization. Automatic Summaries of Annual Reports
2019-2020 Anastasios Makris Predicting Component Defects for the Shipping Industry with the use of Machine Learning Algorithms
2019-2020 Apostolos Maniatis Movie shot classification using machine learning
2019-2020 Gerald Mema Evolutionary Ensemble Classification (EVENC). Genetic feature selection for generating diverse classifiers
2019-2020 Stavros Niafas Photography Style Analysis using Machine Learning
2019-2020 Marina Nteva Aspect Based Sentiment Analysis on User-Generated Context, Detect and Classify Aspect Terms from Greek Hotel Reviews
2019-2020 Theodoros Psallidas Multimodal summarization of user generated videos from wearable cameras
2019-2020 Kyriakos Zorbas Al-based plant Pathology
2018-2019 Natalia Baxevanou Personal data protection on "smart" devices environment
2018-2019 Athina Bikaki Data-driven corporate transaction banking share-of-wallet estimates
2018-2019 Konstantinos Dimitros Next Point Of Interest (POI) category prediction: An overview of predictive approaches
2018-2019 Konstantinos Gyftakis A system for disease-specific knowledge integration
2018-2019 Stelios Karozis A Deep Learning approach for spatial and time error correction of Numerical Weather Prediction simulation data
2018-2019 Ioannis Loumiotis Dialogue Systems in the Greek Language
2018-2019 Anastasios Mastrapas Exploring Machine Learning for Electricity Price Forecasting
2018-2019 Alexandros Mitsou Multimodal Workplace Monitoring for Work-Related Fatigue Recognition
2018-2019 Nikolaos Nikolaou Biological data representations and the estimation of usefulness for analysis tasks