EMMANUEL J. YANNAKOUDAKIS
Bachelor in Computer Science, University of Bradford UK
Ph.D in Computer Science, University of Bradford UK
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Database Design & Management, Information Retrieval, Databases for Artificial Intelligence and Psychometric Testing.
Yannakoudakis E. J., "The Architectural Logic of Database Systems," Springer-Verlag, ISBN 3-540-19513-0, 0-387-19513-0, 1988.
Yannakoudakis E. J. & Cheng C. P., "Standard Relational and Network Database Languages," Springer-Verlag, ISBN 3-540-19537-8, 0-387-19537-8, 1988; 7-5062-0750-8, 1991.
Yannakoudakis E. J., "The vocational choices of young Greeks - The future of a nation", Scientific American, Vol. A, Issue, pp. 88-91, 1999.
Yannakoudakis E. J., "Statistical measures of languages: Entropy and redundancy of the English dictionary", Encyclopedia of Computer Science and Technology, Marcel Dekker Inc, Vol. 27, pp. 351-366, 1993.
Yannakoudakis E. J., Tsionos C. X. & Kapetis C. A., "A new framework for dynamically evolving database environments," Journal of Documentation, Vol. 55, No. 2, pp. 144-158, 1999.
Yannakoudakis E.J. & Diamantis I. K., "Beyond Database Schema Evolution",
Proc. International Multi-Conference on Engineering and Technological Innovation
, pp. 245-250, June-July 2008.
Has served as consultant of the Greek Minister of Research and Technology, to the Greek Minister of Education, to the National British Library, Member of the Committee on Terminology of the Greek Ministry of Development - Research & Technology, Project Leader for the establishment of the Greek National Guidance Resources Centre within the framework of the E.U. Program PETRA, Vice President of the Research Centre of the University, etc.
Member of several Conference Program Committees (e.g. BCS, ACM Special Interest Group on Information Retrieval).
Fellow of the British Computer Society (FBCS), Chartered Engineer (C.Eng.), Chartered Information Technology Professional (CITP).
In 2008, in the 5th Worldwide conference of Informatics and Governence CITSA (Florida, U.S.A.), was awarded with first prize for the best scientific research.