ACG 150

Dr. Aristodemos Pnevmatikakis

Faculty, Information Technology, Deree



Imperial College, London
PhD, Signal Processing
1996 – 1999

Imperial College, London
Master’s degree, Communications & Signal Processing
1994 – 1995

University of Patras
BSc, Physics
1989 – 1993

Dr. Aristodemos Pnevmatikakis is a part-time professor of Information Technology at Deree, The American College of Greece. He is also the R&D director of Innovation Sprint. He has 25 years of experience in signal processing and machine learning. His research interest is in intelligent systems that observe, understand and assist. To this extend he analyses signals from diverse sensors. He is co-author of the books Audio-Visual Person Tracking: A Practical Approach and Delta-Sigma Modulators, Modeling, Design and Applications (Imperial College Press, London, UK, Summer 2011 and 2003 respectively). His research has resulted to a series of scientific publications and has been featured on regional and international media and events, while the resulting systems have been successfully evaluated at international evaluation campaigns. He has been involved in numerous EU and national research and industrial projects.

He received his BSc in Physics from University of Patras, Greece in 1993 and his MSc and PhD from Imperial College, University of London in 1995 and 1999 respectively. Since February 2019 he is with Innovation Sprint, and since January 2020 with Deree. He has been with Athens Information Technology (2003-2020), collaborated with Athens Tech College (2016-2019), has served as technical advisor to MoodMe (May 2016-2018), as Chief Technical Officer at Dynasense PC (2014-2015), with the Development Programs Dept. of Intracom Telecom (2001-2003) and with the Analogue and RF Design Group of Integrated Systems Development (1999-2001).