Avgoustinos Charalambous Avgousti, is Assistant Professor at the Department of Biosystems Engineering, TEI of Thessaly. He has a Diploma in "Agricultural Machinery and Irrigation", MSc in "Sustainable Development of Aquatic Ecosystems" of the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Thessaly, and Doctorate (PhD) in "Management of Aquatic Ecosystems" of the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Thessaly. Research activities include: Machinery & Power Systems in agriculture, Alternative Energy & Biofuels Technologies and water ecosystems pollution. He has publications in scientific journals and conferences.
Theodoros Gialamas has took his Ph.D at Faculty of Agriculture, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He holds a postgraduate degree (M.Sc. & Ph.D.) in "Agricultural Engineering" from the Agricultural University of Thessaloniki. He is Assistant Professor at the Department of Biosystems Engineering of the Faculty of Agricultural Technology, TEI of Thessaly. His research activities include experimental tests to determine the allowable angle stability for movement of farm machinery on sloping and uneven ground, and measurements of the impact on the health of the operator from vibration and noise.
Ioannis Gravalos is Assoc. Prof. at Department of Biosystems Engineering, Technological Educational Institute of Thessaly. He obtained Diploma (Dipl.-Ing.) in “Agricultural Engineering” from Agriculture University of Prague, M.Sc. in “Biotechnology - Quality Assessment in Nutrition and the Environment” from Department of Biochemistry & Biotechnology, University of Thessaly, and Ph.D. in “Automation & Control Technology” from Department of Electrical Engineering and Automation, Faculty of Engineering, Agriculture University of Prague. His research activities include: Agricultural Mechatronics & Automation, Farm Machinery Design, Intelligent Fault Diagnosis Systems, and Biofuel Combustion Engines. He has more than 100 publications in scientific journals and conferences and one patent.
Dimitrios Kateris. Graduate at School of Agriculture, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and Agricultural Machinery and Irrigation of TEI of Larissa. Master of Science degree specializing in Agricultural Engineering and Water Resources and PhD candidate in the laboratory of Agricultural Engineering at the Faculty of Agriculture, AUTH. Since 2002 working as a Teaching Assistant in the Department of Biosystems Engineering (formerly Agricultural Machinery & Irrigation). Active research in the area of prognosis and fault diagnosis using non-destructive inspection techniques in mechanical subsystems agricultural tractors and machinery. He has also developed strong research activity in the field of fluid dynamics. He has been involved with the creation and development of computer simulation models of airflow in rural construction. He has more than 80 research papers in international journals and proceedings of international and national conferences.
Spiros Loutridis is a graduate in Electrical Engineering from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He holds a masters degree from the University of Southampton and his PhD was done in the Engineering School of Aristotle University. He teaches the courses of measurement technology and of telecommunication systems at Electrical Engineering Department of TEI of Thessaly. Mr. Loutridis has active research in the areas of measurement technology, stochastic signal processing techniques and non-destructive testing. As a result of the above engagement has written articles published in international scientific journals. He is also author of three books move to free trade.
Tsiropoulos Zisis, is a Ph.D student in the Department of Agriculture Crop Production and Rural Environment of University of Thessaly. He received his Bachelor degree in the Department of Biosystems Engineering, Technological Institute of Larissa in 2001 and his M.Sc. degree in the Department of Environment of University of the Aegean in 2007. He has worked as contract lecturer at the Technological Institute of Larissa, as Researcher at two Research institutes and as Collaborator at two Unions of Agricultural Cooperatives. He is developing applications for agriculture in many programming languages and platforms. His research interests include new technologies in agricultural engineering, computers & electronics in agriculture, automations, renewable energy sources, and precision agriculture.