Δρ. Κωνσταντίνος Δημόπουλος

Senior Lecturer
The University of Sheffield International Faculty, CITY College

Δρ. Κωνσταντίνος Δημόπουλος

BIO

Konstantinos Dimopoulos is a Lecturer in the Department of Computer Science. He is a member of the Intelligence, Modelling & Computation research group and of the Information Security research group. He has worked as a research assistant at the University of Reading where he was also a part time lecturer. He has worked with the application of Neural Networks as nonlinear identifiers for the purpose of control and linearisation of nonlinear systems. He has also worked with the investigation of nonlinear control strategies and their application on robotic manipulators. He is currently working on mobile robots, algorithms of networked systems, and neural networks.

Δρ. Κωνσταντίνος Δημόπουλος

DEGREES
BSc Cybernetics and Control Engineering
The University of Reading
PhD Cybernetics
The University of Reading

Δρ. Κωνσταντίνος Δημόπουλος

ACADEMIC RESEARCH
Research Interests
  • Robotics
  • Neural Networks
  • Biologically inspired computation
  • Science communication
Latest Publications

Full list of publications

 

Evaluation of a selective distributed discovery strategy in a fully decentralized biologically inspired environment
O. Paunovski, G. Eleftherakis, K. P. Dimopoulos and T. Cowling.
Information Sciences, 2009.


Evaluation of selective distributed discovery within distributed bio-active agent community
O. Paunovski, G. Eleftherakis, and K. P. Dimopoulos.
In 2nd International Symposium on Intelligent Distributed Computing (IDC’2008) Catania, Italy, 2008.


Alternative Dynamic Network Structures for Non-linear System Modelling
K. P. Dimopoulos and C. Kambhampati.
In 10th International Conference on Engineering Applications of Neural Networks (EANN07)Thessaloniki, Greece, 2007.


Enhancing Student Communication Skills-the Case of the International Students Spring Symposium
G. Eleftherakis, K. P. Dimopoulos, and A. Sotiriadou.
In Informatics Education Europe II (IEEII) Thessaloniki, Greece, 2007.