Irene Karanasiou was born in Athens, Greece. She received the Diploma and the Ph.D. degrees from the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), Greece, in 1999 and 2003, respectively, both in electrical and computer engineering. She has been a Researcher with the Microwave and Fiber Optics Laboratory (MFOL) of the NTUA since 1999. She has authored over 90 papers in refereed international journals (35) and conference proceedings (61). Her research interests involve biomedical imaging techniques, especially, passive and noninvasive imaging methods, functional brain imaging, EEG/ERP measurement and analysis, bioelectromagnetism computational electromagnetics, computational neuroscience, microwave radiometry, hyperthermia, and design and development of microwave components and integrated systems. She has worked in the framework of 20 European and national projects. Dr. Karanasiou is a Founding Officer of the IEEE/EMBS Greek Chapter, Member of IEEE/EMBS Society, Officer of the MTT-S Greece Chapter, and Member of the Technical Chamber of Greece. She serves as reviewer in 13 international scientific journals and participated in the organizing and scientific committees of more than 20 international conferences. She was the recipient of the Thomaidio Foundation Award for her Ph.D. degree Dissertation and for three academic journal publications.
Biography Updated on 1 January 2013