Introduction: AIT Alumni Grid
We feel it is vital that AIT provides you with all the resources you need to be successful and achieve the heights you deserve but, first, we must ask for your thoughts on what YOU want from AIT. It is only through your feedback and involvement that we are better able to support you in the way YOU need.
Some of our preliminary ideas are based on developing and promoting alum benefits that you perceive to be useful and valuable; implementing a comprehensive communication system based on your preferences; modifying events and activities to reflect your preferences, inclusiveness and relevance; creating and facilitating volunteer opportunities; developing a formal referral system for recruitment and general AIT promotion; encouraging and supporting our current students by becoming a mentor; and keeping you updated on evolving/changing market trends. It will be your feedback which will determine in which way we can support you in your future professional endeavors. Our early alum have lost touch with us and we have made many efforts to try and reach them. They are as essential to our alum body as our more recent members and we can learn so much from their experiences beyond AIT.
AIT could not ask for a more worthy ambassador than you. It is with great pride that we stand behind you. Our alumni and current students are the life of AIT, you are the ones that shape AIT’s character and we know that we are in good hands. Your skills, knowledge and experience both at AIT and beyond AIT’s borders have made you stronger, you are in demand, you have everything tomorrow’ industry needs in order to meet its future needs.
The "AIT Grid News" is not atraditional academic newsletter and has a lighter perspective. It will include a variety of different issues that may have nothing to do with the ICT world, such as history, social, educational, music and arts, travel, books, Greek news, interviews with people who have left their mark on the world, etc. We are young, open to ideas, thirsty for knowledge, and part of our roots will always be in Greece!
Let us support you…tell us how….give us your ideas…
"After the completion of MSITT I worked as a Logistics Software Architect for PLAISIO Computers and currently I am working for INTRALOT S.A. as a Software Engineer developing Lottery Systems Web Applications using . NET and AJAX framework. The MSITT hosted by AIT, is a high standard and very demanding course. The experienced and trained faculty urges you to exploit your potential to its full thus leading to a guaranteed success in your career."
10th PhD graduation of AIT - Aalborg University joint doctoral program
AIT Ph.D. student Nikitas Goumatianos (Lt. General of the Hellenic Air Force) successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis “Algorithmic Trading Advancements Using Pattern Discovery Methods and Multiple Committees of Neural Networks” on Friday, July 8, 2016, at Aalborg University premises in Aalborg, Denmark.
Best booth award at EUCNC 2016
2016-07-25 The FP7 project ADEL (http://www.fp7-adel.eu/), which is technically coordinated by AIT, earned the "Best Booth Award" for its demos on Licensed Shared Access at the European Conference on Communications on Networks and Communications (EUCNC 2016) that was held in Athens June 27-30, 2016 ( http://www.eucnc.eu/?q=node/155).
AIT contributes to the recently published Roadmap on Optical Communications
2016-05-19 Dr. Ioannis Tomkos of AIT was one of the co-authors of the 2016 "Roadmap on Optical Communications" that was recently published in the "Journal of Optics" of IOPscience.
AIT is working on enhancing the performance of future datacenters
Dr. Ioannis Tomkos of AIT published an article at the Spring issue of the Fibre Systems Magazine. The article entitled "Supersizing the data centre" is actually the cover page story.
AIT participates in EU-funded project that aspires to revolutionize silicon lasers used in datacenter interconnects
On February 1st 2016, the EU-funded research project "Directly Modulated Lasers on Silicon" (DIMENSION) was launched. AIT participates in this project via its "High-speed Networks and Optical Communications" (NOC) research group.