Dr. Adamantios Koumpis

Profile

Dr. Adamantios Koumpis Dozent

  • Address Berner Fachhochschule
    Business
    Institut Digital Enabling
    Brückenstrasse 73
    3005 Bern

Teaching

  • Taught more than 20 courses in a variety of institutions, orientation and disciplines (business, technology, science), at levels from Undergraduate to Masters:

  • Recently taught courses:

  • Seminar on Advanced Topics in Web Science (M.Sc.) (Universität Passau, Fakultät für Informatik und Mathematik)

  • Vorlesung Web Science (B.Sc.) (Universität Passau, Fakultät für Informatik und Mathematik)

  • Seminar on Semantic Web Technologies Entrepreneurship & Start-Up Labor (Universität Passau, Fakultät für Informatik und Mathematik)

  • Other courses I have taught:

  • Research methods (Seminar)

  • Accounting of intangible assets and the knowledge capital (Vorlesung), Intangible assets and Intellectual Capital Management (Vorlesung), Management Information Systems (Vorlesung), System design and analysis (Vorlesung), E-Commerce (Vorlesung)

Research

  • Digital transformation

  • Human factors and societal aspects in fighting against cyber crime & cyber terrorism

  • Digital humanities

  • Inclusion and accessibility

  • Human - Robot Interaction

CV

  • Before joining the team at the Institut Digital Enabling at the Berner Fachhochschule, Adamantios was Akademischer Rat auf Zeit at the University of Passau in Germany since June 2014, and before this he was Research Fellow at the Insight Centre for Data Analytics at the National University of Ireland, Galway since December 2012.

    Prior to this position, Adamantios headed the Research Programmes Division of ALTEC Software S.A. in Greece which he founded in 1996 (then as Unisoft of Northern Greece).

    He has successfully led more than 70 commercial and research projects for new technology development, technology adoption and user uptake, both at the European and the national level in several areas such as E-Commerce, public sector and business enterprise re-organisation and information logistics, involving the linking of data/information repositories with knowledge management and business engineering models. His research interests include quantitative decision making techniques and Information Society economics.
  • 1987 - 1991 Computer Science Department of Computer Science, University of Crete, Heraklion, Crete, Greece
  • 2002 - 2006 Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) Faculty of Computing, Information Systems and Mathematics, Kingston University, London, UK
  • Designed and led projects in the areas of:
    o Services / service design / service conceptualisation
    o Learning / E-learning / Special education
    o Accessibility / Assisted living / Rehabilitation Informatics / Health / Robots
    o Human Computer Interaction
    o E-business / industry applications / information management
    o E-government
    o Intangible assets / intellectual capital / research management / knowledge management