Department of Cultural Technology and Communication, University of the Aegean
Nikos Hatzigiannakis is a graduate of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering of the Polytechnic School of the University of Patras and holds a Master Degree in Computer Science from the University of Bath in England. He has been active in computer training since 1987, having thousands of teaching hours in computer programming and operation. At the same time, as a science expert in matters of analysis and design of computer systems of the General Secretariat of the Aegean and Island Policy, he has undertaken the design and development of pioneering information systems for the Public sector and is scientifically responsible for projects related to e-government, service of the citizen and in the modernization of the Public Administration. In 2009 he started teaching procedural and object-oriented programming, in C and C ++ languages, at the Department of Cultural Technology and Communication of the University of the Aegean. He has a rich writing on programming in C and C ++ languages. His books are published by Klidarithmos Publications. He is a PhD candidate in the department of “Cultural Technology & Communication of the University of the Aegean” with the title of the dissertation: “Creating an asynchronous model of education concerning the teaching of programming using e-learning systems and cloud computing technologies”. His research interests focus on distance education in programming, and the creation of special methods of “experiential” learning of programming.