Alexakis Stylianos

by / Wednesday, 12 November 2014 / Published in people

Position: Technical Scientist

Contact Info

Institute: Oceanography
Address: 46,7 Km Athens – Sounio Avenue, Anavyssos 19013, P.O. 712 Greece


 Mr Stylianos Alexakis is a technical scientist of Institute of Oceanography of Hellenic Centre for Marine Research since December 2005.

Mr Stylianos Alexakis received his Master of Science Degree from Loughbourough University in Digital Communication Systems.

Mr Stylianos Alexakis received his Bachelor of Science on Electronic Engineering from De Montfort University.

Education Profile
• M.Sc., Digital Communication Systems, Loughborough University, UK, 2003
• B.Sc.,(HONOURS) Electronics, De Montfort University (DMU), UK, 2001
Professional Profile
• 20005–until today: Organization: Hellenic Centre for Marine Research (HCMR) Technical Scientist, Institute of Oceanography, GREECE
• 9/2004 – 2/2005: Organization: Hellenic Army.Department: Office of Research & IT Corps of Hellenic Military Academy
? Network maintenance (hardware and software)
? Network installation and administration (400 computers)
• 10/2002 – 12/2003: Organization: Hellenic Centre for Marine Research (HCMR), Description: Postgraduate Fellow. Development of an Autonomous Http Server Measuring System based on the 8-bit Rabbit 3000 microprocessor. Research in electronic design technologies, and network programming
SOUKISSIAN T., MORFIS I., ALEXAKIS S.. An integrated wave monitoring network for the Hellenic Seas. Accepted for publication in the Proceedings of the ASME 27th International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering OMAE 2008 June 15-20, 2008, Estoril Portugal.

TSABARIS C., BALLAS D., DAKLADAS TH., KATSAROS K, ALEXAKIS S.. Continuous radon monitoring in the marine environment using Gamma Ray Spectrometry. International Conference on Radioecology and Environmental Radioactivity 15-20 June 2008, Bergen Norway

TSABARIS C., ANAGNOSTOU, M., ALEXAKIS, S., 2009. Instrumentation to measure rainfall at sea using radon and acoustic detection. Sea Technology 50 10-13.

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