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PhD Theses

Completed

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2005, E. Tomai, Generation of formal ontologies for the interoperability of geographic knowledge databases
2005, M. Kokla, Semantic interoperability in Geographic Information Science
2010, S. Kontaxaki, Methods and techniques for eliciting geographic knowledge
2010. A. Pallikaris, Solving navigation problems in long distance routes, and their visualization in electronic charts
2014. G. Panopoulos, Spatiotemporal models for the representation of geographic phenomena in SDIs
2014, P. Karaiskos, Development of an integrated set of indices for monitoring the urban sprawl
2014, A. Lampropoulos Mass land value estimation in Real Estate
2015, E. Kolega, Multi-criteria evaluation of wireless sensor networks with high spatial density for environmental applications
2017. I. Sofos, Collaborative Cloud Land Surveying: A VGI-Based approach to Practice and Education in Surveying Engineering
2017, G. Lamprianidis, Advanced techniques and algorithms for the collection, analysis and visualization of spatiotemporal data from social networks
2017, C. Kastritsios, A cohesive methodology for the delimitation of maritime zones and boundaries

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On-going

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A. Baglatzi, Towards a Semantic Framework for Reconciling Expert and Non-Expert Views of Crowdsourced Geospatial Data
A. Karalopoulos, An interoperability maturity model for the assessment of public services in the geospatial domain
Charcharos C., Development of Methodological Tools for Assessment and Enhancement Geospatial Literacy
Koutsioumpas A, Representation of Geographic Knowledge
Katikas L., Spatial Decision Support System for Offshore Wind Farm sitting using G.I.S, Spatial Analysis, and Optimization techniques under Uncertainty