The sessions (presentations, workshops, etc) will be carried out in Greek and the accompanied material (slides, notes, etc) will be in English.


Graduate students of Computer Science Department will present their research work. The purpose of this section is to share our knowledge and get to know each other's research interests. Presentations will last for 10 minutes with 5 minutes questions. Presenters should submit both their presentation document and poster in PDF format until October 1st, 2019 by sending an e-mail to:, with the following Subject: [GSC19] Presentation and Poster submission - < Author's Full Name >. Presenters may request for their poster to be printed by the organizing committee of the conference in their submission e-mail. The poster session will take place between 14:00-15:30 and the poster dimensions should be A0 [84.1 x 118.9 cm] size. For more information click here.


Companies from the Computer Science field will be in booths/desks during the coffee break, between 14:00-15:30. Each company will present its working field, will be able to provide feedback on and/or accept CVs etc. Attendees are encouraged to bring a CV and prepare a LinkedIn account. For more information click here.


Invited speakers from various fields will share their knowledge by workshops and talks. The purpose of this section is to prepare undergraduate and graduate students of CSD for their next steps after graduation. For instance, to prepare for an interview, or how to build an attractive CV etc. Presenters of this section will have a talk for about 20 minutes and 5 minutes for questions. Presenters should send via email to their presentation and some personal information until 1st of October. Presentation should be in PDF format. Personal information should contain a small CV [150 - 200 words], a photograph, and a link to their website/LinkedIn profile. For more information click here.

Konstantinos Vassakis

Managing Director, H2B HUB
Co-founder & Org. Yang, Bizrupt
Ph.D. Candidate, University of Crete

Dimitris Tsingos

Tech entrepreneur
Early stage investor
Co-founder and CEO of Starttech Ventures

Natasa Panigyraki

Associate CIPD
HR Professional
Career Mentor, University of Exeter

Nikolaos Moraitakis

Information and Communication manager of the Europe Direct Crete

Manolis Surligas

Ph.D. candidate at the Computer Science Department, University of Crete


Alumni speakers followed different career paths after their graduation from CSD. As a result, they can provide insights, tips, and experiences to students for their next steps. This section will be organized as a panel, in which each speaker will have 10 minutes to present his/her career. After the end of each individual talk (approximately 40 minutes in total), there will be 20 minutes for questions from the audience. Each speaker should provide a small CV [150 - 200 words], a photograph and contact information, by sending an e-mail to For more information click here.

George Kafentzis

Adjunct Lecturer at the Computer Science Dpt. of the University of Crete and member of Signal Speech Processing Laboratory (SSPL), CSD.

Markos Fountoulakis

Senior Software Engineer at NetData, Inc.

Vassilis Spitadakis

R&D manager at Neurocom S.A.

Eleni Kanellou

Post-doctoral researcher in the Computer Architecture and VLSI Systems Laboratory of the Institute of Computer Science at FORTH.


In this section representatives from ICS-FORTH and UoC, CSD Laboratories will inform us about each laboratory research interests, running projects, goals etc. Consequently, graduate and undergraduate students will be able to know many details about each laboratory and choose which one better fits them to seek and perform an internship, their thesis, or even to work at. The presentation of each lab will last for 6 minutes. Each speaker should provide the presentation in PDF format and a link to his/her personal webpage by sending an e-mail to For more information click here.