Member organisation: Computer Technology Institute and Press “Diophantus”
Achilles D. Kameas is Associate Professor of Pervasive Computing Systems with Hellenic Open University. He holds a Computer Engineering Diploma, certificate in Adult / Open and Distance Education, and Ph.D. in Human-Computer Interaction. In 2000 he established the DAISSy research group (Dynamic Ambient Intelligent Social Systems), aiming to contribute to the realization of a humane society by inventing technology that adapts and supports human needs.
He has participated as researcher / coordinator in more than 40 national and European projects in various frameworks, on Social inclusion, Training in digital skills, Ambient Assisted Living, STEM education, ICT job profiling, etc. He is a member of EADTU and TE networks, the MOOC Quality Alliance, CEN and EC ESCO committee. He develops personalized peer learning platforms and smart social applications, promotes digital competences and emerging ICT jobs, designs flexible learning pathways and exerts science for society and responsible research.