Our Projects

European R&D

Our current European R&D portfolio features a total of 28 EC funded projects (H2020, FP7, FP6, IST etc.)

National R&D

ELTRUN has been involved in a series of National projects, from NSRF to GSRT and GSRI

Commercial Projects

Due to its high standards and quality of work ELTRUN has secured a series of projects from industry. Our commercial portfolio consists of projects from P&G, Google etc.

Collaborations & Research Activities

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From Graph Theory to Matroids

From Graph Theory to Matroids: Algorithmic Issues and Applications

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MUSICAL

MUSICAL project aims to customize an existing music application in order to be accessible through mobile Networks.

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ACTIVE-SME

The SME project aims at providing the European less favoured small to medium retailer enterprises with a convenient, reliable and cost-effective way of getting into on-line sales.

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e-invoicing information system of the General Secretariat of Information Systems

e-invoicing information system of the General Secretariat of Information Systems

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Simulating and Evaluating the Deployment of RFID in Supply Chain Operation

Simulating and Evaluating the Deployment of RFID in Supply Chain Operation

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Algorithmic and structural aspects of stable matching problems

The aim of this project is to study various variants of matching problems from their computational as well as structural perspective.

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National Projects

NSRF 2007-2013 SYNERGASIA THALIS Slovak-Greece Research GSRI International Collaboration Hellenic Ministry of Finance

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GEMINI

Full Title: GEMINI: Global Electronic Medium Constellation for Dynamic Content Integration Call: IST-2000-33400 Instrument: Project Duration: Project Start: Project End: Website: (under construction)   Short Summary: GEMINI aims to exploit the opportunities deriving from the convergence of different mass media (Digital Television, Internet, Newspapers etc), the ability to transfer digital content fast, accurately and at low

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CONTESSA

Allowing content to be automatically and cost effectively adapted to any requesting device (PC, smart phones, mobile phones, PDAs, DTV set-topboxes, etc.) seamlessly over any network infrastructure.

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RFID in Europe

Raising Awareness and Competitiveness on RFID in Europe

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e-SAVE

e-SAVE project aims to deliver a modular and extensible information, collaboration and management support infrastructure that does not only capture and deliver the data required for effectively monitoring energy use and other environmental Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), but also provides the management tools that utilize these KPIs and support managerial decisions and every day operations for improving energy and environmental performance.

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SERAMIS

The objective of the SERAMIS project is to push the boundaries of current RFID implementations, thus turning them into powerful tools for intelligent information management.

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EU-XCEL

EU-XCEL is a Horizon 2020 and Startup Europe initiative which supports aspiring young tech entrepreneurs interested in co-founding new international information, communication and technology (ICT) startups through a new startup scrum training and mentored virtual accelerator initiative.

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U-TURN

The U-TURN project aims at addressing freight urban distribution, focusing on food logistics.

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CHARGED

ChArGED addresses the energy consumption in public buildings and proposes a framework that aims to facilitate achieving greater energy efficiency and reductions of wasted energy in public buildings.

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European Projects

Horizon 2020 FP7 FP6 IST Ten-Telecom EDC

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ENTROPY

Design of an innovative energy-aware it ecosystem for motivating behavioural changes towards the adoption of energy efficient lifestyles

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DISRUPT

DISRUPT aims to spearhead the transition to the next-generation manufacturing by facilitating the vision of a “Smart Factory”.

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Shopping Missions, Store Layouts and their Interplay on Consumer Behavior

PhD Thesis Description Aim of this PhD thesis is to investigate the effect of the placement of products to retail stores on consumer behavior. Moreover, the moderating role of shopping missions, i.e. the underlying consumption need(s) of a single store visit, which results in purchasing products that reflect this need, on the above relationship is examined. Specific questions

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SMART

Intelligent Integration of Supply Chain Processes and Consumer Services based on Unique Product Identification (RFID) in a Networked Business Environment

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ECR

Πρόγονοι και συνέπειες του συναισθηματικού δεσμού καταναλωτή-καταστήματος: O ρόλος του δεσμού (ECR Ευρωπαϊκό Ινστιτούτο διεθνούς εμπορίου – Unilever Research Grant)

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ECR

Dynamic Pricing and Traceability Information for Creating Value Beyond Price (ECR Europe International Commerce Institute – Unilever Research Grant)

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GSRT-International Collaboration

RFID in Supply Chain

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PYTHAGORAS

Developing Organizational Behavior Models in the Context of Adopting Collaboration Practices

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Demand Forecasting and Replenishment: OTE/OTEPlus

Demand Forecasting and Efficient Replenishment of high technology products

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CAP

The main objective of the project “CAP” is the development of a dynamic web platform that offers out-of-the-box facilities for the design, administration and provision of services relevant to the airport community, utilized by companies at the airport for its passengers.

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Consumer Behaviour in Mobile Services: GSRT-PENED

Study of consumer behavior in mobile based services in the sector of the entertainment industry

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RFID and the Internet in Supply Chain: GSRT-PENED

Utilizing RFID technology and the Internet to support supply chain management and consumer marketing in a collaborative context

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Buyer Behavior Models: GSRT-PYTHAGORAS

Developing Buyer Behavior Models in the Context of Electronic Services and Collaborative Platforms

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CEBOS

Cost Effective eBusiness Operating Services of SMEs (IST-2000-29585)

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MOBICOM

Evolution Scenarios for Emerging m-Commerce Services (IST-1999-21000)

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E-Factors

A Thematic Network in E-Business Models (IST-2001-34868)

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mEXPRESS

mobile in-EXhibition PRovision of Electronic Support Services (IST-2001-33432)

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MB-Net

A Network of Excellence in mobile business applications and services (IST-2002-39164)

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ACTIVE-SME

Advertising and Commerce Through Internet in the context of Virtual Enterprise Study of Market Environment (Ten Telecom C27254)

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Working Group Ib3: eBusiness Forum

Electronic Marketplaces and Supply Chain Collaboration Services

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MYGROCER

Mobile Shopping of Electronically Referenced Grocery Products (IST-2000-26239)

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MODEL

Multimedia for Open and Dynamic Executives’ Learning (IST-1999-12181)

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MUSICAL

Multimedia Streaming of Interactive Content Across mobiLe networks (EDC-22131)

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ECR Hellas

Retailing and Social Prosperity: ECR Hellas

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iMEDIA

Intelligent Mediation Environment for Digital Interactive Advertising (IST-1999-11038)

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SEED

South Eastern European Digital Economy (IST-1999-29060)

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TrainSEE

ATraining in Information Technologies in South Eastern Europe (IST-2000-28181)

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CONTESSA

Content Transformation Engine Supporting Universal Access (IST-2001-28567)

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ESTIA

Efficient Electronic Services for Tourists in Action (IST-1999-20962)

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GEMINI

Global Electronic Medium Constellation for Dynamic Content Integration (IST-2000-33400)

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Working Group Ig3 eBusiness Forum

Customer Relationship Management through information Systems (e-CRM)s

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Working group Z1: eBusinessForum

Emerging technologies and Advertising

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RF Cure

Given the evolving nature of IS research in the healthcare setting, the RFCure project aims to develop the information infrastructure and applications to support operations and supply chain management, capitalizing on the fact that products are uniquely and automatically identified with the use of RFID technology.

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Shopper Journey

Starting date 21 June 2013
Scientific coordinator Dr. Katerina Pramatari
Group SCORE

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Annual Survey of Social Networking 2013

The following questionnaire aims to discover the use of social media (Social Media) in Greece. 7-9 minutes are needed to be completed. Your help is important to us. This research has been conducted in the last five years and the results are announced during December. Your answers are confidential and will be used solely for

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RFID Journal LIVE! Europe

Ninth Annual Event Track and Manage Everything RFID technology is now being deployed at large and midsize companies to improve efficiencies, enhance visibility, reduce shrinkage and achieve other significant business benefits. Co-located with RFID in Europe, this one-day event is designed to help companies considering using RFID technology to address real business challenges, determine the

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12th IFIP Conference

The preliminary program of I3E conference has been announced and you may download it by clicking here.  The 12th IFIP Conference on e-Business, e-Services, e-Society “Collaborative, trusted and privacy aware e/m-services“ I3E 2013 April 25-26, Athens, Greece     The I3E 2013 conference is the 12th IFIP conference on e-Business, e-Services, and e-Society sponsored by IFIP WG 6.11 in cooperation with

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Carbon Footprint Monitoring in the Supply Chain Workshop

Carbon Footprint Monitoring in the Supply Chain Current Standards and Emerging Practices WORKSHOP Brussels, 15 May 2013, 3-6pm   The e-SAVE and COFRET projects organize a joint workshop on “Carbon Footprint Monitoring in the Supply Chain” on May 15 2013, in Brussels, adjacent to the ECR Europe Conference 2013. Participation is free of charge but registration is

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DOMINO

Dynamic Organizational Management for Inter-Firm Network Orchestrations (IST-2000-29545)

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RFID in Europe

Raising Awareness and Competitiveness on RFID in Europe

RFID in Europe started as a European Union project (namely RACE networkRFlD) with the objective to increase awareness and competitiveness of RFID in Europe.

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e-Save

Energy Efficiency in the Supply Chain through Collaboration, Advanced Decision Support and Automatic Sensing

e-Save Overall, the e-SAVE project aims to deliver a modular and extensible information, collaboration and management support infrastructure that does not only capture and deliver the data required for effectively monitoring energy use and other environmental Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), but also provides the management tools that utilize these KPIs and support managerial decisions and every day operations for improving energy and environmental performance.

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ARTISAN

Energy-aware enterprise systems for low-carbon intelligent operations

The ARTISAN project envisions significant reductions (at least 10%) in energy consumption and CO2 emissions of the European Textile Industry by integrating data-capturing technologies, process-based energy measurement and real-time optimization of operations.
It will provide enterprise management systems with services for monitoring and operational decision making, available at each supply chain partner, and, additionally, trading services for energy and carbon permits forging collaboration across supply networks.

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E-invoice enhancing actions

Description The development of electronic invoicing in Greece can significantly enhance the competitiveness of Greek businesses and National Economy, by reducing operating costs associated with issuing, handling and storage of invoices. Specifically, the amount that can be saved for Greek enterprises, from the adoption of electronic invoicing is estimated at over € 1 billion annually.

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PhD Chaniotaki EN

Eleni Chaniotaki
Supervised by Dr. Georgios Lekakos

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PLUG-IN

The purpose of PLUG-IN is to investigate, design, develop and pilot operate an integrated, scalable platform in order to publish, recover, compose, orchestrate and provide electronic services of added value to a company based on modern technologies and standards.

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EuroITV 2012

    Dr. George Lekakos is co-chair of Doctoral Consortium during EuroITV 2012 and tutorial speaker.   Conference program     Registration is open Find a detalied description of the program and schedule to be held at the Seminaris conference hotel below: Wednesday 4th July (pre-conference day and welcome reception) Thursday 5th July (conference day I and

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The e-SAVE project @ the ECR Europe Conference, 9-10 May 2012, Brussels: Session ΒΟ 4.4

You are invited! e-SAVE project will be presented by partners ECR and AUEB at the 16th annual ECR event on 10 May 2012, at 11:00 CET. This event is titled “ECR: The Next Generation” and will take place in Brussels on 9 and 10 of May, 2012. This is a major event in Europe for

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Post Doctoral Position

Post Doctoral Position Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL) Artificial Intelligence and Human Computer Interaction labs The AI and HCI labs have a joint post-doctoral opening in the area of recommender systems, activity recognition, behavioral sensing and social computing. The successful candidate will participate in a future research project called SenseWell, which aims at

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Effects of 3-Dimensional Retail Stores’ Design on Customer Experience

The purpose of this research is to develop and apply a theoretical framework towards investigating the influence of 3D retail store interfaces (i.e. layout) on consumer-user behaviour (e.g. ease of use, customer experience). The research provides theoretical implications for our understanding of customer experience in the virtual 3D environments as well as practical ones for

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“Investigating Electronic Servicescape Effects on Consumer Behaviour in the E-Banking Sector: A Customer Relationship Management Approach” – Basic Research Funding Program (BRFP)

This research was funded by the Research Centre of the Athens University of Economics and Business   The objective of this research is to develop an Electronic Servicescape (e-servicescape) framework in the context of Electronic Banking and measure the effects of its determinants/components on Consumer-User Behaviour through a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) approach.

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Typology of Virtual Retail Stores in 3-Dimensional Environments

The objective of this research is to contribute to our understanding of Virtual Commerce (V-Commerce) as a novel retail channel. Specifically, in 3D virtual stores, retailers can adopt and simulate most of the services and capabilities offered both in traditional and online retailing as well as apply innovative ones. In this context, this research aims

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eCommerce for Beginners

A 2-day (10 hours) seminar titled “eCommerce for Beginners” will take place on Friday 13th & Saturday 14th of July. Details on the agenda and speakers will be posted here until 30th of June. Feel free to contact us for more information.

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RFID in Europe – 2011

Information The Survey was carried out by the ELTRUN/Score Research Group (www.eltrun.gr) in the period October 2010- March 2011 with the aim to monitor the interest and perceptions of European organisations regarding RFID technology. During the first stage, the study was conducted in Greece with 96 respondents and at a second stage 13 other European

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IT investment evaluation: A Real Options Perspective- The RFID case

Dr. Andriana Dimakopoulou
Supervised by Dr. Katerina Pramatari

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Social Media and Online discussions: Observing user opinion and assessing credibility

Stelios Eliakis
Supervised by Dr. Katerina Pramatari

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An Internet Retailing Data Framework for Supporting Consumers and Business Processes

Vrechopoulos, A.P., Pramataris, Κ., Lekakos, G. (2003). “An Internet Retailing Data Framework for Supporting Consumers and Business Processes”. Information Systems Journal vol. 13, no 4, pp 353-373

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A Taxonomy of Indoor and Outdoor Positioning Techniques for Mobile Location Services

Zeimpekis V., Giaglis G., Lekakos G., (2003). “A Taxonomy of Indoor and Outdoor Positioning Techniques for Mobile Location Services”. ACM SIGecom Exchanges vol. 3, No. 4, pp. 19-27.

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Personalised Interactive TV Advertising: The iMEDIA Business Model

Pramataris, K., Papakyriakopoulos, D., Lekakos, G., Mylonopoulos, N. (2001). “Personalised Interactive TV Advertising: The iMEDIA Business Model”. Electronic Markets Journal, vol. 11, no. 1, pp.17-25.

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Systolic array exploitation of a neural network inherent parallelism solving the nearest neighbour problem, Nonlinear Analysis

Bekakos, M.P., Pramataris, K.C. (1997) Systolic array exploitation of a neural network inherent parallelism solving the nearest neighbour problem, Nonlinear Analysis, Vol. 30, No. 5, pp. 2945-2952.

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EDI System Definition for a European Medical Device Vigilance System

Doukidis, G.I., Pallikarakis, N., Pangalos G., Vassilacopoulos, G. and Pramataris, K. (1996) EDI System Definition for a European Medical Device Vigilance System. Medical Informatics, Vol. 21, No. 3, 233-244.

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DSS2012 – 16th IFIP WG8.3 International Conference on Decision Support Systems

Anávissos, Greece, June 28-30 2012
Conference theme: “Fusing DSS into the Fabric of the Context”

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RFID in Europe Conference Leuven 23 & 24 of May 2012

Event Date: 23 & 24 of May 2012
Place: Leuven

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Transforming Supply-Chain and the Shopping Experience

Issue No. 27 (April – May 2004) Prof. Georgios I. Doukidis Consumers have become increasingly demanding and frustrated with their in-store shopping experience. They will reward retailers that help them save time, make the in-store experience easier, and treat them with respect, honesty and fairness. This paper recognizes that developing a consumer-centric enterprise is the

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Towards ‘smarter’ supply and demand-chain collaboration practices enabled by RFID technology

Issue No. 31 (March – April 2005) Katerina C. Pramataris, Georgios I. Doukidis & Panos Kourouthanassis The advent of e-business has created several challenges and opportunities in the supply chain environment. The Internet has made it easier to share information among supply chain partners, and the current trend is to try to leverage the benefits

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User Interface Design and Evaluation in Interactive TV

Issue No. 32 (May – June 2005) Konstantinos Chorianopoulos This position paper is an interpretation of the special theme of the 3rd EuroITV conference (2005): “User centred systems, programmes and applications.” It investigates the question: How does the generic notion of “user centric” translate into specific actions for interactive TV user interface design and evaluation?

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Consumers’ Behavioral Intentions in the Mobile Internet Services Market

Issue No. 33 (July – August 2005) Pavlos Vlachos Mobile Internet is defined as the wireless access to internet content via mobile devices (Kim et al. 2002). Through cellular phones and personal digital assistants, users gain access to tremendous amounts of information and products on the Internet, anywhere and anytime (Chae et al. 2002).The prospects

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Factors Affecting Perceived Impact of Electronic Marketplaces

Issue No. 38 (May – June 2006) Kioses Eleftherios, Pramatari Katerina In the 1990s, the very promising at that time, B2B business model of “electronic marketplace” was introduced. Although, the literature on e-marketplaces begins as soon as 1991 , in the early 1990s we find very little work referring to the specific business model. In

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Good Science with Structural Equation Models: The Case of Non-Financial Performance Measurement Systems

Issue No. 39 (July – August 2006) Dr. Pavlos A. Vlachos, and Dr. Adam P. Vrechopoulos Performance measurement systems play a major role in evaluating the accomplishment of organizational objectives and compensating managers and front-office employees. Traditionally, performance measurement systems emphasize financial metrics such as earnings and accounting returns, giving much less attention to non-financial

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Automatic Detection of Products Missing from the Shelf in Retail Sector

Issue No. 40 (September-October 2006) Dimitris Papakiriakopoulos Consumer value and satisfaction are fundamental to building consumer loyalty (to the brand) and shopper loyalty (to the store) and to increase sales and category profitability (Campo et al, 2000). A powerful way to create value and satisfaction is to keep shelves fully ranged, but out-of-shelf (OOS) is

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Design and Evaluation of Technology-based and Innovative Retail Services: The Consumer perspective

Issue No. 42 (January-February 2007) Aristeidis Theotokis The advent of new technologies –such as RFID and Wireless Technologies- present new opportunities in traditional retailing for providing innovative in-store services that transform shopping experience and increase customer satisfaction. Nevertheless, we have a number of examples of unsuccessfully applied innovative services that have never been adopted by

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RFID-enabled Supply Chain Collaboration Services in a Networked Retail Business Environment

Issue No. 43 (March-April 2007) Cleopatra Bardaki and Dr. Katerina Pramatari Since the early 1990s, there has been a growing understanding that supply chain management should be built around the integration of trading partners. Anthony (2000) suggests that supply chain collaboration occurs when two or more companies share the responsibility of exchanging common planning, management,

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Simulating the impact of RFID technology on warehousing operations

Issue No. 44 (May – June 2007) Angeliki Karagiannaki, Ioannis Mourtos and Katerina Pramatari With the competitive differentiators of cost reduction, quality enhancement and operations’ velocity, the concept of supply chain has replaced that of individual firms. This implies that competition is no longer one firm against other firms but as a part of a

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Location Based Services in action: Developing an Entertainment Location Based Guide

Issue No. 45 (July – August 2007) Vasilios Koutsiouris, Costas Polychronopoulos & Dr. Adam Vrechopoulos Although Location-based Services (LBSs) have been an issue in the field of mobile communications for many years, there exists neither a common definition nor a common terminology for them. For example, the terms location-based service, location-aware service, location-related service, and

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Interactive Digital Television: Technologies and Applications

Issue No. 46 (September – October 2007) George Lekakos, Konstantinos Chorianopoulos, Georgios Doukidis After a decade of interchanging enthusiasm and disappointment interactive Digital Television (iDTV) or simply interactive TV (iTV) enters a phase where technology developments and market conditions provide a fertile ground for its growth. The anticipated uptake of iDTV is also supported by

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An RFID-Enabled Information System for Monitoring Perishable Products

Issue No. 52 (Oct-Nov 2008) Dr. Ioannis Mourtos The transport sector is essential for continuous economic development. Advanced business models [nd methodologies utilizing state of the art technologies tend to integrate the transport sector in the overall supply chain through advanced logistics applications that aim at providing end-to-end high quality services to the final customer.

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Towards a Framework for Simulating the Impact of RFID on Different Warehouse Settings

Issue No. 51 (Aug – Sept 2008) Angeliki Karagiannaki and Katerina Pramatari With the competitive differentiators of cost reduction, service enhancement and operations’ velocity, the deployment of new information initiatives has become a market mandate for every firm that struggles for streamlining its supply chain. Given the prevalence of warehouses in the supply chains, the

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Hyperarc Consistency for the Many-to-Many Stable Matching Problem

Issue No. 50 (Jun-Jul 2008) Dr. Ioannis Mourtos, Dr. Dimitris Magos and Prof. Panagiotis Miliotis The many-to-many Stable Matching problem (MM) is a generalization of the Stable Admissions (SA) and the Stable Marriage (SM) problem, both introduced by Gale and Shapley (1962). MM is usually defined in the context of a job market in which

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Electronic Customer Relationship Management (eCRM)

Issue No. 49 (March – April 2008) Eleni Kevork and Adam Vrechopoulos The increasingly competitive environment prevailing in the global market and the rapid advances in the customer intelligence technologies have led retail companies to look for new business and marketing models for realizing intelligence-driven customer transactions and experiences. Emphasis is given on maximizing interactions

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A Systematic Approach for the Desing of RFID Implementaions in the Supply Chain

Issue No. 48 (January-February 2008) Cleopatra Bardaki, Angeliki Karagiannaki and Katerina Pramatari With the competitive differentiatorsWith the competitive differentiators of cost reduction, service enhancement and operations’ velocity, the deployment of new information initiatives has become a market mandate for every firm that struggles for streamlining its supply chain. This implies that the introduction of new

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Investment Evaluation of RFID Technology Applications: An evolution Perspective

Issue No. 53 (Dec 2008-Jan 2009) Andriana Dimakopoulou and Katerina Pramatari Prior empirical research on the evaluation of RFID technologyPrior empirical research on the evaluation of RFID technology treats and assesses individual RFID applications as independent and in isolation from each other. However, the literature for investments evaluation of information technologies has recognised and utilised

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Fast Algorithms for Optimization Problems in Many-to-many Stable Matchings

Issue No. 54 (Feb-Mar 2009) Pavlos Eirinakis, Dr. Ioannis Mourtos, Dr. Dimitris Magos and Prof. Panagiotis Miliotis The Many-to-Many Stable Matching problem (MM) is a generalization of the Stable AdmissionsStable Marriage (SM) problem, both introduced by Gale and Shapley back in 1962. MM is usually defined in the context of a job market in which

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Leveraging RFID-enabled Traceability for the Food Industry:A Case Study

Issue No. 55 (Apr – May 2009) A.Karagiannaki, K. Pramatari This paper describes work undertaken for a company that deals with frozen food regarding the requirements analysis, development and pilot implementation of a RFID-enabled traceability system. Based on the experience gained, several considerations are presented that could provide valuable feedback to other organizations interested in

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krasonikolakis

Virtual Reality Retailing Store Atmosphere Configuration: Initial Results, Research Challenges and Business Opportunities

Issue No. 57 (August – September 2009) Ioannis Krasonikolakis and Adam Vrechopoulos With the tremendous growth of the Ιnternet in the mid 90’s, led consumers to a massive participation in this new retailing channel (Hoffman et al. 1995, Ricciuti 1995). Many research studies have predicted that Internet would be an integral part of customer communications

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Valia Mantzari

Social TV: Introducing Virtual Socialization in the TV Experience

Issue No. 58 (October – November 2009) E. Mantzari G. Lekakos In this paper, we describe the conditions and the issues raised by the development of Social TV and its systems that support communication and virtual socialization among viewers. Some initial indications are provided regarding the establishment of virtual communities in the TV setting and their potential for the participants.

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eliakis

Putting Interoperability on the map: Towards a framework of interoperability approaches and tools

Issue No. 59 (December 2009 – January 2010) Stelios Eliakis, Eleni Zampou and Katerina Pramatari Information sharing and interoperability is a key ingredient for any system that participates in Service oriented architectures (SOA) and wants to communicate and exchange information with other partners. Although, there are many technologies that support interoperability, there is no research

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mourtos

Evaluation of Electronic Services

Issue No. 60 (February-March 2010)     Given the rapid growth of the Internet and the emergence of a globalized market, most enterprises are striving to attract customers in the highly competitive electronic market. Electronic services become increasingly important not only in determining the success or failure of e-commerce applications, but also in providing customers

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mourtos

Stability in a Specialized Supply Chain Setting

Issue No. 61 (April – May 2010)   The stable Supply Chain Network (SCN) configuration, introduced by Ostrovsky [11], is defined on a finite set of agents A that can be divided into k finite disjoint sets, A1 being the set of suppliers, Ak the set of final consumers, and Ai, i={2,3,…,k-1}, the sets of

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kioses

Buyer-Supplier Collaboration: Development and Testing of a New Scale for Measurement

Issue No. 62 (June–August 2010) This paper proposes a new scale to measure the level of collaboration between buyers and suppliers in a collaborative supply chain. An extensive survey of companies in Greece was conducted to obtain data to develop and test a collaboration measurement scale in which 15 of the major buyers of the

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cbardaki

ASSESSING INFORMATION QUALITY IN AN “INTERNET-OF-THINGS”

Issue No. 63 (September – November 2010) This article investigates information quality of object tracking systems. Real world applications that depend on object location tracking range from supply chain management, healthcare, livestock detection, food traceability and retail to natural disasters prevention. We employ an analytical approach to measure objectively the degree of information quality of

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EERNV

Energy Efficiency of Road Networks and Vehicles: Measurement, Pricing, Regional and Environmental Effects

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SELIDA

The scope of the project is the development of a complete and innovative system for managing printed material, based on the RFID technology (Radio Frequency Identification – RFID).

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ARTISAN

The ARTISAN project envisions significant reductions (at least 10%) in energy consumption and CO2 emissions of the European Textile Industry by integrating data-capturing technologies, process-based energy measurement and real-time optimization of operations.

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Consumer Acceptance of Technology-Based Services in Retailing: A Service Science Approach

Dr. Aristeidis Theotokis
Supervised by Professor Georgios J.Doukidis

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2-sided and multi-sided Stable Matchings: Structures, algorithms and applications

Dr. Pavlos Eirinakis
Supervised by Dr. Yannis Mourtos

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Consumer Behavior in the context of Digital Interactive Social TV

Evangelia Mantzari
Supervised by Dr. George Lekakos

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INNO

Innovation Studies – The Internet and Technology Transfer (INNO Studies-99-07)

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