Curriculum Vitae

Conferences 2017

93. 9th International Conference on Geomorphology, New Delhi-India, 6-11 November 2017. There will be announced the papers:

  1. Palaeogeographical evolution of western Naxos Island (Greece).
  2. Evolution of relative sea level in Okinawa (Japan) through the use of beachrocks.

Conferences 2016

92. The Alexandria International Conference on Maritime and Underwater Archaeology, 31 October-2 November 2016, Biblioteca Alexandrina, Alexandria-Egypt. There was announced the paper:

  1. Geomorphological and archaeological features of Alexandria depicting subsidence of the coastal zone.

91. European Geosciences Union, General Assembly 2016, Vienna-Austria, 17-22 April 2016. There was announced the paper:

  1. Re-assessing the last 3.000 years of archaeological and biological sea-level data from Israel and Greece to identify East Mediterranean trends.

90. 14th International Conference of the Geological Society of Greece, 25-27 May 2016, Thessaloniki. There were announced the papers:

  1. 3.000 years of East Mediterranean Sea Levels: Archaeological indicators from Greece combined with Israeli Coast data.
  2. Beachrocks cement characteristics and conditions of formation. Case study Platanias beach, Chania-Greece.
  3. Study of beachrocks in East Attica.

Conferences 2015

89. 15th International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConferences SGEM 2015. Romania. There was announced the paper:

  1. Spatial distribution of erosion and deposition zones as a result of surface runoff based on a probability model. A case study in the island of Samos.

88. XIX INQUA Congress “Quaternary Perspectives on Climate Change, Natural Hazards and Civilization”, 26 July - 2 August, 2015, Nagoya, Japan. There was announced the paper:

  1. Geochemistry of beachrocks and their palaeoenvironmental significance: case study Central Cyclades (Aegean Sea)

87. International Colloquium “The Geoarchaeology of Mediterranean Islands”, June 30 - July 02 2015, Cargèse, France. There were announced the papers:

  1. Using beachrocks to reconstruct Holocene paleoshorelines in the Central Cyclades.
  2. Late Holocene shorelines in East Attica (Greece).
  3. Multiple submerged tidal notches: A sea-level indicator of sequences of coseismic subsidences in the Aegean region.

Conferences 2014

86.10th International Congress of the Hellenic Geographical Society, 22–24 October, 2014, Thessaloniki. There were announced the papers:

  1. Beachrocks and sea level changes in East Attica
  2. Web-G.I.S. Database of Holocene Relative Sea Indicators at Central Aegean.
  3. A correlation of the structure and chemical composition of the habitat sediments with the ecological flow of Acheloos river, in Trikala Prefecture, Thessaly, Central Greece.
  4. Erosion Risk Map of Samos island using a simple probability model.
  5. An assessment of the coastal erosion at Marathon east Attica, Greece.

Conferences 2013

85. 8th IAG International Conference on Geomorphology, 27-31 August, 2013, Paris. There were announced the papers:

  1. Underwater geomophological survery revealing past temporary standstills of the relative sea level in carbonate rock areas.
  2. Late Holocene shorelines deduced from tidal notches on both sides of the Ionian Thrust: Fiscardo Peninsula (Cephalonia) and Ithaca Island.
  3. Fossil shorelines at Corfu and surrounding islands deduced from erosion notches.

Conferences 2012

84. FLOODrisk 2012, 22-22 November, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. There was announced the paper:

  1. Modeling direct damages in Kifissos river (Athens, Greece).

83. Quaternary sea-level variations: sedimentary, biological and archaeological proxies. Société Géologique de France. November 22, 2012, Paris. There was announced the paper:

  1. Determination de rivages holocenes submerges en Grece d'apres des encoches de maree fossiles.

82. SMARTeST, 27-28 September 2012, Athens. There were announced the papers:

  1. The flood risk from rivers or streams, in urban areas. Examples from NW Greece.
  2. Modeling flood risk. Example from Papatrechos stream (Naxos Island, Cyclades).
  3. Modeling direct damages. Examples from Athens, Greece.

81. SLALOM 2012, 19-22 March 2012, Athens. There were announced the papers:

  1. Submerged antiquities on Paros and Naxos (Cyclades, Greece). New evidence for the Mean Sea Level during the Late Bronze Age.
  2. Tidal notches: a sea-level indicator of uncertain archival trustworthiness.
  3. GIA contribution to sea level rise detected with archaeological indicators along the coast of central Italy.

Conferences 2011

80. XVIII. INQUA Congress Bern 20-27/07 2011. There were announced the papers:

  1. Testing competing GIA models against ?eld observations along the Tyrrhenian coasts of Italy.
  2. Morphology and OSL-based geochronology of the Holocene coastal dunes fields of Naxos Island (Cyclades, Greece): preliminary results.

79. 15th Join Geomorphological Meeting 01-02/07 2011. There was announced the paper:

  1. Fuzzy Modeling of slope erosion by runoff. Case study Corinth basin, Greece.

Conferences 2010

78. 5th Meeting of Greek Geomorphologists, Patra, 3rd December 2010. There were announced the papers:

  1. The morphotectonic units of Ikaria island-Contribution in the Natural Hazards Research.
  2. Environmental and human impacts in the aquatic system of Prespa Lakes using remote sensing techniques and GIS.

 77. Landscape archaeology. Egypt and the Mediterranean world, Cairo, Egypt, 19-21 September 2010There were announced the papers:

  1. Holocene Palaeogeographical reconstruction of the western part of Naxos island (Greece).
  2. Reconstructing a changing environment between the ancient city of Samos and the Heraion Temple (Samos island, Greece).

76. European Geosciences Union, General Assembly 2010, Vienna, Austria, 02-07 May 2010There were announced the papers:

  1. Paleoenvironmental evolution of Vigla western Naxos (Cyclades, Greece), depositional environment and sea level changes in Upper Holocene.
  2. Holocene Palaeogeographical reconstruction of the southeastern part of Samos island (Greece).
  3. Sea-level change model predictions based on geomorphological data in Cyclades (Greece) and Tunisia.

Conferences 2009

75. International conference on urban flood management, 25-27 November 2009. There were announced the papers:

  1. Flood modeling in Karlovassi basin area – Samos island (Greece).
  2. Flooding in Athens: The Kephisos River flood event of 21-22/10/1994.

74. 11th International conference on environmental science and technology, 3-5 September 2009There were announced the papers:

  1. The role of climate variability and human activities in the dune fields evolution in Naxos island, Greece. 
  2. Urban flood modelling in Karlovassi area – Samos island.
  3. Soil erosion in wider urban areas (Athens – Budapest).

73. 7th International Conference on Geomorphology, 6-11 July, 2009. There was announced the paper:

  1. Palaeoenvironmental records in western Naxos (Greece) and sea level changes in Upper Holocene.

72. National Symposium on Drought and Desertification, 16-18 June 2009, Konya, TurkeyThere was announced the paper:

  1. The causes, evolution and environmental evaluation of sand dunes activity in Manisa-Akselendi plain.

Conferences 2008

71. 3rd Meeting of Greek Geomorphologists, Athens 24-25/10/08, Greece. There was announced the paper:

  1. Planation surfaces and their characteristics on Tinos island (Cyclades – Greece).
  2. Study of the oceanographic, sedimentary and geomorphological features of the coastal zone of Southwest Samos.

70. 8th International Hydrogeological Congress, Athens, Greece. There were announced the papers:

  1. Geomorphologic factors affecting intrinsic vulnerability in fissured media, application on Falatados – Livada area, SE Tinos island (Cylades – Greece).
  2. Geological and tectonic study of the fissured rocks of the Hellenides and their hydrogeological pattern.

69. 910th Plinius Conference on Mediterranean storms, EGU Tropical Conference Series, Nicosia Cyprus, 22-24 September 2008. There was announced the paper:

  1. Does climatic change in precipitation drive erosion and desertification in Naxos island, Greece?

68. International meeting on Geoinformation in Geocultural Landscapes ‘From present to past through landscape’, Þingvellir, Iceland, 5-6th September, 2008. There were announced the papers:

  1. Application of digital terrain analysis to geoarcheology: a case study from Thera Island (Greece).
  2. Formalisation of a GIS-Based Methodology for Landscape change analysis: Example of Erosion in Naxos island (Aegean Sea, Greece). 

67. 33rd IGC, International Geological Congress, Oslo 2008, August 6-14th 2008. There was announced the paper:

  1. The role of climate variability and human activities in the dune fields evolution in Naxos Island, Greece.

66. Conference ‘Historical GIS 2008’, UK, 2008There was announced the paper:

  1. Geoinformation Technology Used for Analysis of the Landscape Evolution during Historical Times.

65. Final Cost 634 International Conference on an off-site Envionmental Impacts, July 01-03, Aveiro, Portugal. There were announced the papers: 

  1. Geologic and geomorphologic factors in erosion risk index. Case study: Syros Island (Cyclades-Greece).
  2. .Erosion risk modeling and erosion influence to soil geochemical composition. Case study: Eastern Kopaida plain, Central Greece. 

64. Conference Landscape Evolution & Geoarchaeology -13th Belgium-France-Italy-Romania Geomorphological Meeting, June 18-21, 2008 - Porto Heli, GreeceThere were announced the papers:

  1. Geoarchaeological study on Attica’s paleogeographic evolution.
  2. Using soft computing approach to study problems in geo-archaeology: examples from the Greek Territory.

63. 37th International Symposium on Archaeometry, 12-16 May 2008, Siena, Italy. There was announced the paper:

  1. Environmental and Chronological Studies of Aegean Coastal Sand Dune Formations.

62. VII. Alps-Adria Scientific Workshop, 2008, Stara Lesna, SlovakiaThere was announced the paper:

  1. .Potential effects of land use change around the inner lake in Tihany, Hungary – Examination of geology, pedology and plant cover/land use interrelations.

Conferences 2007

61. Conference ‘12th Belgium-France-Italy-Romania Geomorphological Meeting, ‘Climatic change and related landscapes’, Savona, 2007. There were announced the papers:

  1. An algorithm for the description of coastal recession.
  2. Recent evolution of an eustaticaly submerged coastal zone in the island of Naxos (Cylades, Aegean Sea).
  3. Geomorphological evolution of the Kalivia coastal zone (SW Attika) in relation to human activities.
  4. The soil erosion in the greater urban area (Athens – Budapest).

60. COST 634 Conference ‘Off-Site Impacts of Soil Erosion and Sediment Transport’, Prague, 2007. There was announced the paper:

  1. Describing the evolution of landscape in Karlovassi basin (Samos, Greece). Introduction of an algorithm to analyze the temporal process.

59. Conference ‘8th PanHellenic Geographical conference’, Athens, 2007. There were announced the papers:

  1. Geomorphological and faulted zones: An approach on some selected areas of Greece using GIS and expert system methodology.
  2. Prepairing the soil loss prediction map of the Sarviz Valley, Hungary.

58. COST 634 Conference ‘Soil and Hillslope Management using Scenario Analysis and Runoff-Erosion models: a Critical Evaluation of Current Techniques’, Florence, 2007. There was announced the paper:

  1. Development of a software to describe the temporal evolution of landforms.

57. Conference ‘5th International Congress of the European Society for Soil Conservation, Changing Soils in a Changing World: the Soils of Tomorrow’, Palermo, 2007There was announced the paper:

  1. Soil erosion risk and sediment transport within Paros Island, Greece.

56. AquaTerra Conference ‘World Forum on Delta & Coastal Development’, 2007There were announced the papers:

  1. The consequences of a a future eustatic sea-level rise on the delta of the River Acheloos (Ionian sea).
  2. Decision Support System using GIS for Hydrological and Hydraulic Modeling.
  3. Urban Flood Management in Cyprus- Case study in Nicosia urban area.

Conferences 2006

55. Conference ‘Landmarks and socio-economic Systems: constructing of pre-industrial Landscapes and their Perception by contemporary Societies’, Le Mans, 2006. There was announced the paper:

  1. Approaching diverse European dynamic pre-industrial landscapes in the volcanically active regions of Greece and Iceland.

 54. Workshop - 2nd Meeting of Geomorphologists, 2006There was announced the paper:

  1. Two and three dimension visualization of spatial fuzzy areas: one example of erosion risk map.

53. Conference ‘2nd MC and Working Groups Meeting for Urban Flood Management’, 2006There was announced the paper:

  1. Decision Support System using GIS for Hydrological and Hydraulic Modeling.

52. International Colloquim, 11th Joint Geomorphological meeting (Belgium, Italy, France, Romania), 'Ol' Man River' Geo-archaeological aspects of rivers and river plains, Ghent 2006There was announced the paper:

  1. Study of erosional processes using archaeological data in a G.I.S. platform: the case of Thessaloniki (Greece).

51. 3rd Magyar Földrajzi Konferencia Budapest, 2006. There were announced the papers:

  1. Evaluating material loss and accumulation rates on high slope plots. Case study at Moussouron municipality (Crete, South Greece).
  2. Modeling erosion risk at Mountain Penteli (Athens – Greece).

50. Pan-European conference ‘Remote Sensing and Spatial Analysis Tools for Erosion Processes’, 2006There were announced the papers:

  1. Erosion Risk model for the Karlovassi basin, Samos island-Eastern Aegean Sea, Greece.
  2. Recognition of erosion risk areas using neural network technology: an application to the island of Corfu.

49. Hazards, 2006There was announced the paper:

  1. Natural Hazards and manmade parameters affecting Milos island landscape, Greece.

48. 13th International Multi Conference ‘ACS Artificial Intelligence, Biometrics and Information Technology Security Computer Information Systems and Industrial Management Applications’, 2006There was announced the paper:

  1. Visualization of Five Erosion Risk Classes using Kernel Discriminants.

Conferences 2005

47. Sixth International Conference on Geomorphology, September 7-11, 2005, Zaragoza, Spain. There was announced the paper:

  1. Solution of the linear diffusion equation for modeling erosion processes with a time varying erosion coefficient.

46. International Conference ‘Reorganizing field and landscape structures in a context of building strategies for water and soil protection’, organized by the COST Action 634, Lublin, Poland, 15-17 September 2005. There were announced the papers:

  1. Modelisation of erosional procedures in Cyclades Islands (Aegean Sea – Greece).
  2. Developing a neuro-fuzzy system to classify the drainage sub-basins according to erosion processes in the island of Lefkas (Greece).

45. 6th International Symposium Computer Mapping and GIS for Coastal Zone Management, 2005. There was announced the paper:

  1. Structural control of Geomorphological evolution of Meganissi island (Ionian Sea) coastal zone and coastal erosion risk detection.

44. International Conference soil conservation management, perception and policy, Mont Saint Aignan, 2005. There was announced the paper:

  1. Modelling slope erosional processes.

43. 6th International Conference on Geomorphology, 2005. There was announced the paper:

  1. Late Quaternary paleogeographic evolution of the mid western coastal zone of Naxos island (Cyclades, Greece).

42. Pan-European Conference 'Reorganizing field and landscape structures in a context of building strategies for water and soil protection', 15-17 September 2005, Lublin, Poland. There were announced the papers:

  1. Developing a neuro-fuzzy system to classify the drainage sub-basins according to erosion processes in the island of Lefkas (Greece).
  2. Modelisation of erosional procedures in Cyclades Islands (Aegean Sea – Greece).

41. 7th Panhellenic European Hydrogeology Conference, 2005. There was announced the paper:

  1. Procedures concluded to erosion geomorphological characteristics of Naxos, Mykonos, Tinos islands (Aegean Sea).

40. COAST GIS: 6th International Symposium Computer Mapping and GIS for Coastal Zone Management, 2005. There were announced the papers:

  1. Late Quaternary morphological evolution of the Cyclades islands (Greece) using GIS.
  2. Using GIS to study the Coastal Geomorphology of the Acheloos River Mouth in West Greece.
  3. Structural control of Geomorphological evolution of Meganissi island (Ionian Sea) coastal zone and coastal erosion risk detection.

39. ACS -CISIM, 2005. There was announced the paper:

  1. Visualization of multivariate data with additional class information.

Conferences 2004

38. 10th International Congress of the Geological Society of Greece, 2004. There was announced the paper:

  1. An example of join of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) with artificial intelligence methods (fuzzy logic & neural networks): Application to geomorphology.

37. 1st Pan-Hellenic Congress ΕΕΕP-DTPE ‘Exploiting new technologies in primary education’, Athens 16-17 October 2004. There was announced the paper:

  1. Implementation of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technologies in the teaching of Geography, Geology, Environment and History courses.

36. Littoral2004, 7th International Conference Delivering Sustainable Coasts: Connecting Science and Policy, 2004. There was announced the paper:

  1. Coastal configuration variability and retreat of the five largest Ionian islands (W. Greece).

35. 7th Pan-Hellenic Geographical Conference, 2004There was announced the paper

  1. The effect of rift zones in the morphological structures of lakes Iliki and Paralimni (Viotia – Greece) and their formation.

Conferences 2003

34. 6th International Symposium Computer Mapping and GIS for Coastal Zone Management, 2003. There was announced the paper:

  1. Natural processes and dynamics of the coastal zone of Paros island (Cyclades islands of Aegean Sea), towards its sustainable development.

33. 10th International Multi-Conference on Advanced Computer Systems, Miedzyzdroje, 2003There was announced the paper

  1. Choosing representative data items: Kohonen, Neural Gas or Mixture Model? A case study of erosion data.

32. International Conference on ‘Quaternary coastal morphology and sea level changes’, 2003. There were announced the papers: 

  1. Modeling geomorphological processes in the coastal area using soft computing approach. A case study from the island of Corfu (Greece).
  2. Geomorphological evolution of Meganisi island (Ionian Sea) coastal zone detection.
  3. Geomorphological and Environmental evolution of Salamina coastal zone. 

31. Conference organized by GEOTEE with subject: ‘Water in 21st century: Problems-Prospects’, 2003There was announced the paper

  1. Correlation of the configuration of the slopes of Yliki and Paralimni (Viotia) with the tectonics.

30. 1st International Conference on Environmental Research & Assessment, 2003There were announced the papers:

  1. Fire Danger Index Using soft computing approach in GIS – Web platform – A case study from Greece.
  2. Drainage system study through Remote Sensing & GIS algorithm development techniques. Case study: South Peloponnesus.
  3. Choosing data vectors representing a huge data set: A comparison of Kohonen’s maps and the neural gas method. 
  4. Choosing data vectors representing a huge data set: Kohonen’s som applied to the Kefallinia erosion data.

Conferences 2002

29. LVII Scientific Session ‘Biometry: Theory and Practice’, 2002. There was announced the paper:

  1. Establishing erosion risk index, exemplified by data from Greek islands.

28. Symposia on Methods of Artificial Intelligence, 2002There was announced the paper

  1. Problems encountered when determining the erosion risk of an event in case of imprecise information. 

27. XV-th Summer School of Biometrics, 2002There was announced the paper

  1. Self-organizing maps as a tool for comparison of two classifications.

26. 1st Conference of the European Federation of Marine Science and Technology Societes (EFMS), 2002There were announced the papers

  1. Geomorphological and Hydrological setting of the touristic beaches of the Paros island.
  2. Geomorphological and Environmental changes of south Attika coastal zone.

25. Congress of Remote Sensing for Environmental Monitoring, GIS Applications, and Geology II, 2002There were announced the papers

  1. Study of environmental and geomorphological consequences at Acheloos delta (West Greece) due to anthropogenic interferences, using GIS. 
  2. Environmental monitoring in Sidari bay (Corfu island) using Remote Sensing and GIS techniques. 
  3. Geomorphological study of Samaria gorge (Crete) using Remote Sensing techniques and GIS.

24. Conference with title: Social Practices and Spatial Information: European and Greek Experience in GIS, 2002There were announced the papers

  1. The risk of erosion of the island of Paros by using fuzzy logic rules in a GIS environment. 
  2. Development of Geographic Information System for the Edunet Program: Pan-Hellenic Network for Education.
  3. Implementation of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Technology in the teaching of Geography & History. 
  4. GIS development for mapping and analysis of disasters in the municipality of Philadelphia since the earthquake of 07/09/99.
  5. Geomorphological and environmental study of southern Evia using Remote Sensing and GIS methods.

23. 6th Pan-Hellenic Geographical Congress of the Hellenic Geographical Society, 2002There were announced the papers:

  1. Drainage features and the discontinuous structure of the island of Naxos in GIS platform.
  2. Classification of drainage basin for environmental purposes in GIS platform using soft computing approach.
  3. Self –organizing maps – a helpful tool in clustering areas with similar factors of erosion risk. 
  4. Geomorphological characteristics in Leukas island using GIS.
  5. Υπολογισμός επικινδυνότητας διάβρωσης στη νήσο Νάξο με τη χρησιμοποίηση Γεωγραφικών Συστημάτων Πληροφοριών.

22. 14th Conference on Computational Statistics, 2002There was announced the paper:

  1. Logistic discriminant analysis and probabilistic neural networks in estimating erosion risk.

21. VI International conference ‘Protection and Restoration of the Environment’, 2002There were announced the papers:

  1. Remote Sensing and GIS technology in Andros’ island environmental characteristics.
  2. Land use – Land cover classification for the island of Cephalonia.

20. 3rd International conference on Risk Analysis, 2002There was announced the paper:

  1. Erosional processes in the nort-eastern part of Attika (Oropos coastal zone) using web-GIS and soft computing technology.

19. 2nd Pan-Hellenic Conference of Geographic Information Systems, 2002There were announced the papers

  1. GIS and Visualisation techniques in the Geoarchaeology and cultural heritage of Santorini islands. 
  2. Creation and Implementation of the 'Grid Maker' algorithm for the detection of parallel faults in the island of Sifnos.

Conferences 2001

18. 7th Congress of Environmental Science and Technology, 2001. There were announced the papers:

  1. Digital Image Processing, Photogrammetry and GIS methods in environmental studies. 
  2. A sanitary landfill selection in Naxos island with the use of GIS and a system of multiple criteria.
  3. An erosion risk map on Samos island, based on fuzzy models, taking into consideration landuse situation after the fire of July 2000.

17. 20th International cartographic conference, 2001There were announced the papers

  1. Examples of erosion risk maps using Boolean and fuzzy logical rules in GIS web platforms.
  2. Geomorphological cartography using Remote Sensing and GIS techniques at Milos island.

16. 9th International Conference of the Geological Society of Greece, 2001. There was announced the paper: 

  1. Creation of a database and an erosion hazard map of the area of Lake Trichonida using fuzzy logic rules in a GIS environment.

15. 3rd MapInfo Users' Conference "Geographic Information Systems", 2001There was announced the paper

  1. Implementation of GIS in the Environmental Management of Kefallinia Island.

Conferences 2000

14. 2nd International congress of ‘Satelite applications and environment’, 2000. There were announced the papers:

  1. A new approach in the use of GIS on the estimation of values, using grid models to describe real nature conditions.
  2. The Contribution of Remote Sensing to Geo-archaeology - Designing of Limit Detection Filters.

13. 6th Conference of Chartography, 2000There were announced the papers:

  1. Construction of an environmental database and corresponding map for the island of Kefallinia using GIS technology. 
  2. Construction of an environmental map through digital stereoscopic observation and GIS.

12. 6th Pan-Ηellenic Symposium of Oceanography and Fishery, 2000. There was announced the paper: 

  1. Coastal geomorphological features and land uses of the island of Ithaca using GIS.

11. Symposium 'Geotourism, Geo-Cultural Paths and Geo-Mythplaces’, 2000. There were announced the papers

  1. Geo-environmental changes in the area of Lavrio from the prehistoric times until today.
  2. The distribution of windmills in relation to the natural geography of the Cyclades.

Conferences 1999

10. 1st Pan-Hellenic Conference: Geographic Information Systems-Capabilities and Applications, Perspectives and Challenges1999. There were announced the papers:

  1. Study of the erosivity of the relief in a GIS environment using fuzzy logic rules. 
  2. Estimation of the distribution of fires as a natural disaster in the islands of the Northern Ionian Sea using GIS. 
  3. Spatial distribution of the annual temperature range in Greece using GIS. 

9. Workshop with title ‘Space Applications and Environment’, 1999. There was announced the paper: 

  1. Software development for GPS tracking of moving objects in multiple GIS windows.

8. 5th Pan-hellenic Geographical Conference, 1999. There were announced the papers: 

  1. Using Internet – based GIS technology to handle Geomorphological and Environmental data.
  2. Digital representation of the morphology of the continental and underwater continuous environment of the Basilica valley (Lefkada island), using GIS algorithms.
  3. Land cover Thematic map production by photointerpretation and quantitative analysis of Satellite imagery.
  4. Study of the visual contact of selected areas of the island of Ithaca with the landfill - Analysis of the problem using an appropriate algorithm in GIS.

7. 6th international conference on Environmental Science and Technology, 1999. There was announced the paper: 

  1. A morphometric analysis using GIS to deduce geomorphological process - natural hazards, at Zakynthos Island.

Conferences 1998

6. International conference ‘On the good use of GIS in ancient landscape studies’, 1998. There were announced the papers:

  1. Orientation analysis on possible Roman cadastre lines with the use of G.I.S. tools.
  2. Evaluating the distances between Roman sites and physical characteristics at Patra area (Greece): A G.I.S. solution.

5. International congress ‘Geoarchaeology of the landscapes of classical antiquity’, 1998There were announced the papers

  1. A Beziers example to demonstrate a GIS based methodology on selecting possible Roman cadastre grids.
  2. A GIS based database to process Roman Cadastre and Settlements.

4. 3rd Hellenic Environmental congress of Hellenique Physic Union, 1998There were announced the papers:

  1. A drainage basin analysis using GIS technology to evaluate natural hazards.
  2. GIS on Drainage System quantitative analysis. 
  3. An expert GIS system to evaluate natural conditions and automatically select locations that meet selection criterias.

Conferences 1997

3. 1st International Congress of Hellenic Astronautical association, 1997. There were announced the papers:

  1. Estimating slopes with GIS methods.
  2. Development of a GIS-based methodology for the analysis of land uses of Paxos (Ionion).
  3. Geomorphological Cartography, applying Remote Sensing, GIS and GPS technology.

2. International Symposium on Engineering Geology and the Environment, 1997. There was announced the paper:

  1. Development of a GIS-based methodology to analyze Geological, Geomorphological and Environmental data of the island of Zakynthos.

Conferences 1995

1. 4th Pan-Hellenic Geographic Conference, 1995. There was announced the paper:

  1. Geomorphological Study of Thera (Santorini) - Synthesis of Paleo-relief.

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