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SciFY Academy: Nanotechnology
- Applications that change our lives (?)
- Threat or Opportunity for Culture & Society
- Nanotechnology & Artificial Intelligence: The Great Composition
Celebrating the closure of the 4th year of SciFY Academy, we decided to focus on a topic that has been much debated but also very interesting, Nanotechnologies. So, we organized a series of presentations, looking at the issue from a different perspective in each seminar.
"Nanotechnology & Applications that change our lives (?)" was the first topic of the series were Dr. Eleni Makarona, Principal Researcher at the Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology at NCSR "Demokritos" and Dr. Konstantinos Giannakopoulos, Researcher at the Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology at NCSR Demokritos (Laboratory of Electronic Microscopy and Nanomaterials) introduced us to the magnificent world of Nanotechnology. Specifically, we learnt about its applications so far and how it is used in areas such as pharmacology, materials technology, environment etc.
The second seminar of the series focused on the correlation of Nanotechnology with Society and Culture. More in detail at the event: "Threat or Opportunity for Culture & Society" Prof. Konstantinos Haritidis, Professor of the School of Chemical Engineering and Director of the Advanced, Complex, Nano and Nanotechnology Research Unit at the National Technical University of Athens and Dr. Ioannis Karatassios, Researcher at the Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology at NCSR Demokritos enlightened us on the institutional framework, security, moral limits and the benefits that Nanotechnology has to offer at a social and cultural level.
Finally, the course on Nanotechnology was concluded with the future steps, the great collaboration with Artificial Intelligence. In the third seminar: "Nanotechnology & Artificial Intelligence: The Great Composition" speakers were Dr. Vassilis Konstantoudis, Researcher at the Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology at NCSR "Demokritos" ans Dr. George Giannakopoulos, Researcher of Artificial Intelligence at NCSR "Demokritos", Co-Founder of SciFY and BoD Member of the Hellenic Society of Artificial Intelligence, where they presented us how the two bigger trends in new technologies can be combined and what are the results of this great synthesis.
You can find all the presentations, as well as the educational material and the videos here (in Greek). In order not to lose any future SciFY Academy you can register here so that you are immediately informed about our next seminars.
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28η SciFY Academy: Digital Transformation
On Thursday, February 28, the 28th SciFY Academy was held on "Digital Transofrmation," while the main question the speakers were asked to answer was: "How can I bring my business to today?" with the audience engaging with interesting and targeted questions.
Initially, Mr. Sergios Dimitriadis, a professor at Athens University of Economics and Business, laid the groundwork for our discussion, explaining what is Digital Transformation and gave us advice on how to implement such systems in our own business as well. Mr. Dimitriadis approached the issue mainly business-wise and you can find his presentation here.
Mr. Miltiadis Kalambokas, responsible for Big Data and Analytics of the National Bank of Greece, he approached the issue of Digital Transformation from technological side in order to give to the attendees an overview of how Digital Transformation can work. More specifically, he shoed us examples of how Digital Transformation is being carried out and basically he explained to us the new program of National Bank for Digital Transofrmation and how that is being implemented. You can find Mr Kalabo's presentation here.
Finally, Mrs. Chrysa Kefalas, Pobuca-Sieben's Business Development Manager, was the most appropriate to close this event, as well as giving us practical tips to decipher our business, and gave us also several examples of successful and failed Digital Transformation attempts. You can find Ms. Kefalas's presentation here.
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You can see the video of the event here (in Greek).
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Employment, Investments and Entrepreneurship in the European Union
SciFY participated in the conference: "Employment - Investing & Entrepreneurship in the EU" which took place on Tuesday 29/01 and where Vassilis Giannakopoulos spoke about the activities and the projects we are developing in SciFY such as ENSOED project in order to strengthen Youth Entrepreneurship, while sharing our experience: