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Department's facilities

The Department of Informatics and Telecommunications is housed in the building of the Faculty of Economics, Management and Informatics which has three floors and a total area of 4,500 sq.m.

Classrooms

The Department uses for its main educational mission the 10 classrooms of the Faculty of Economics, Management and Informatics. All rooms are equipped with computers and modern audio-visual teaching systems. The capacity of each room varies from 40 to 90 seats. One of the rooms is a videoconferencing room that can be used in distance education activities.

Laboratories

The Department has 13 fully equipped teaching and research laboratories:

  • UNIX Lab: The UNIX lab has 25 workstations with a graphical user interface. Users have at their disposal various software development environments, programming languages, and applications with access to database systems.
  • PC Lab: The PC Lab has 25 modern personal computers. The computers have installed office software, application development software, website creation software, image processing and graphics creation software, system analysis and modeling applications, mathematics and computations software and programming languages.
  • PC Lab "Stassinopoulos": The Lab has 20 modern personal computers. The computers have the following software: office, web application development, network emulation, emulation of wireless communications, emulation of satellite communications and programming languages .
  • Research Labs:The labs are used for both research and teaching activities.

Secretary's Office

The Secretary's office of the Department is housed on the ground floor of the building of the Faculty of Science and Technology in an area of 70 sq.m.

Surroundings

There is a catering service operating for the students and some sports fields in the surroundings of the building. The remaining free space is gradually transformed into an important green lung.