EUC Colloquium on Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering

The EUC Colloquium on Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering  was established in November 2011 and is organized by the Department of Computer Science of the European University Cyprus. The purpose of Colloquium is to provide a forum to our colleagues, our current and potentially future collaborators as well as known scientists to meet, present research findings, and discuss developments on a variety of topics spanning all important fields of Computer Science and Engineering. It also aims to provide an environment in which graduate students can gain experience in presenting their work, and benefit from contact with established researchers. The scope of the colloquium includes all aspects of Computer science, including Networks, Software Engineering, Databases, Algorithms, Theoretical Computer Science, Human Computer Interaction, High Performance Computing, and Operational Research, as well as aspects of Mathematics and Engineering.

If you are interested in giving at talk at the Colloquium, please contact the coordinator Dr. Vicky Papadopoulou by filling out the Colloquium Form.

Next Talk


Dr. Christos Dimopoulos


Scheduling Decision Support Systems in small-sized SME environments: the i-DESME framework








This presentation will introduce i-DESME, a structured interdisciplinary framework for the design of IT scheduling Decision Support Systems, with a focus in small-sized SME industrial environments. The proposed framework initially models the interdisciplinary characteristics of the current (‘as-is’) implementation of scheduling processes within a particular SME industrial environment. This information provides the basis for the implementation of function allocation and algorithm selection studies on the scheduling processes considered. As a result, an interdisciplinary specification of the IT Decision Support System which will support the future (‘to-be’) implementation of the scheduling processes within the industrial environment is produced, and subsequent software lifecycle phases are implemented. A summary of case study results from the application of the i-DESME framework within the environment of a typical micro-sized SME company will be provided.

Short CV

Dr. Christos Dimopoulos completed his Doctor of Philosophy degree in Control Engineering at the University of Sheffield. He has 15 years of experience in the academic sector. He is currently holding the positions of Associate Professor of Computer Science & Engineering, Dean of the School of Sciences, and Director of the Decision Support & Systems Optimisation research laboratory (DSSO) in European University Cyprus. His research focuses on the development of interdisciplinary Decision Support Systems in industrial environments using operational research and artificial intelligence methodologies. He has significant experience as Scientific Coordinator or Research Collaborator in a large number of research projects. His research accomplishments also include the publication of a considerable number of journal articles and book chapters.


The video will be available after the event

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