Dept. of Digital Systems - University of Piraeus, Greece
Contributions in the field of Biomedical Informatics
Dr. Ilias Maglogiannis is Professor in the Dept of Digital Systems in the University of Piraeus and Director of Computational Biomedicine Lab (www.cbml.ds.unipi.gr). He received a Diploma in Electrical & Computer Engineering and a Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) Greece. He has been principal investigator in many European (i.e. H2020: PolicyCloud, GATEKEEPER, CROWDHEALTH, AGILE, UNCAP, FP7: e-LICO, INHOME, FP6: UNITE, NOMAD, TELEMED, FP5: MOMEDA, INTRACLINIC) and National Research programs, while he has also served as external evaluator in R&D projects for the EU, the Government of Hong Kong, France, Portugal, Czech, Cyprus and Greece. His scientific interests include Biomedical Informatics, Machine Learning and Computer Vision, Multimedia Processing and Pervasive Healthcare Systems. His published scientific work includes three (3) books (Springer, IOS press and Morgan Claypool Publishers), 130 journal papers and more than 200 international conference papers. Dr. Maglogiannis has received more than 8100 citations on his published work (h-index = 42). He served as Associate Editor for the Journals IEEE Biomedical Health Informatics, IEEE Transactions on Information Technology in Biomedicine, Journal on Information Technology in Healthcare, and he is editorial board member of Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, Healthcare Engineering and Intelligent Decision Technologies. He has also served as guest editor in 8 international journals (IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology, Oncology Reports, Simulation, Applied Intelligence, Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, Journal Universal Access in the Information Society, Neurocomputing, Evolving Systems). Dr. Maglogiannis is a Senior member of IEEE, SPIE, ACM etc and served also as affiliated faculty in the CS Dept Univ. of Texas at Arlington USA. Dr. Maglogiannis is also since 2014 president of IFIP Working Group WG12.5 (AI Applications) and since 2019 Vice Chair of IEEE EMBS Greek chapter.