Stelios M Potirakis, PhD

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Department of Electronics Engineering
TEI of Piraeus, Greece

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Biography

Stelios M. POTIRAKIS currently serves as a tenured Associate Professor at the Department of Electronics Engineering of the Piraeus University of Applied Sciences (TEI Piraeus). He received his B.S. degree in Physics with First Class Honors (1993), an M.Sc. degree in Electronics and Communications (1995), and a Ph.D. in Physics (2002), all from University of Athens. He has worked for two years as a Test Engineer at the Hellenic version of the “Audio” Magazine (1997-1999) and for nine years as an R&D Engineer (two years) and R&D Engineering Team Leader (seven years) at the “Analog Electronics and Electroacoustics Team” of Intracom Defense Electronics s.a. (2000-2009). Dr. Potirakis has authored more than 150 publications (book chapters, journal papers, international conference papers and patents) and has participated, as a researcher or a principal investigator, in 18 research projects. He has been serving as a reviewer for international journals and conferences and is a member of AES and HELINA (affiliated with EAA).

Research Interest

Stelios M. Potirakis’ current research interests include: DSP, complex systems time-series analysis (audio, geophysical, physiological, financial, material fracture experiments AE/EME etc.), electroacoustics, applied acoustics, acoustic ecology, acoustic noise control, electronic measurements, special measurement instrument's development (e.g., high energy physics, earthquake precursors acquisition, textiles), characterization of smart/ multi-function materials, and wireless sensor networks (including acoustic ones, WASN)

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