John Kalomirosreceived the degree of Physics at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and an M.S. degree in electronics. His first doctoral thesis is on the characterization of materials for microelectronic devices. His second Ph.D. thesis is on new techniques for the localization of autonomous vehicles for real-time robotic applications. He has collaborated with a number of research institutes, like the Institute fur Angewandte Physik in Karlsruhe, Germany (1988-1989) and the Berliner Elektronenspeicherring-Gesellschaft f?r Synchrotronstrahlung m.b.H. in Berlin, Germany (1994-1998). He has also worked with corporations for the development and testing of digital intellectual property processing cores (2005-2007). He has coauthored many publications in international scientific journals and conference proceedings. He has coauthored two books on microcontrollers and digital measurements and instrumentation. His publications address research topics in the two major paths he has followed, namely, solid-state microelectronics and digital circuits and systems with emphasis in machine vision systems. He serves currently as Assistant Professor at the Technological and Educational Institute of Serres, Greece, Department of Informatics and Communications. His recent research interests include microcontrollers, machine vision, and digital systems design with applications in robotics. He is also working on systems for digital measurements and instrumentation.
Biography Updated on 1 June 2011