Found 152 courses



engineering subject

Concrete Technology and Structures

Ioannis Gkountas - Undergraduate - (A+)
Department of Environmental Engineering and antifouling, TEI of Western Macedonia

Basic skills about structures, concrete material and concrete technology.

engineering subject

Virtual Networks Design

Spyridon Nikolaou - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Computer Engineering TE, TEI of Western Macedonia

The course deals with the Virtual Networks implementation methods and technologies of within a wider WAN network (Intranet or Extranet).

natural sciences subject

Special Topics in Networks II

Spyridon Nikolaou - Undergraduate - (A-)
Informatics Engineering department, TEI of Western Macedonia

The course is a continuation of the Advanced Networking I course and relies on the knowledge provided there.The course covers the last section (Accessing the WAN) formal matter of the program Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Exploration. The teaching combines electronic access to material and practical exercises, using and managing real network devices (switches and routers) and other network infrastructures in specially equipped laboratory of the Department.

social sciences  subject

International Financial Markets

Kyriazopoulos Georgios - Undergraduate - (A+)
Department of Accounting and Finance, TEI of Western Macedonia

The objectives of this course is to provide students with a comprehensive introduction to international financial markets, the advantages and disadvantages of different markets, box functions, and essential products. Students are expected to understand the functioning of international financial markets and ways of investment of institutional investors active in them. The theoretical background of the operation exercises identical to the content of the theoretical part of the course, and for this reason avoid extensive repetition of the theoretical background. In the few cases introduced new theoretical concepts, those analyzed in order to better understand the laboratory exercises. Upon successful completion of this course, the student will acquire knowledge and skills thus given the opportunity to: • Have knowledge of the functioning of different financial markets. • Know the advantages and disadvantages of each market. • Recognize and overcome the obstacles of the financial system. • apply different investment strategies in different markets, understanding of international financial products, and other business applications

engineering subject

Road Design And Construction

Ioannis Gkountas - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Environment Engineering, TEI of Western Macedonia

Basic principles in Road planning and construction

social sciences  subject

External trade activity management

Ioannis Antoniadis, Anastasios Alexandridis - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Business Administration (Kozani), TEI of Western Macedonia

In this course the importance of extroversion and exporting fir the development of a company is presented. The methodological tool “8 Steps to Exporting” is presented and anlysed and a short introduction to export procedures and processes is offered.

engineering subject

Soil and Sea Pollution Remediation Techniques

Lazaros Tsikritzis - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Environment and Pollution Control Engineering, TEI of Western Macedonia

First, It contains basic knowledge for the sea pollution, focusing mostly in oil slicks, their impacts and the basic technologies of addressing the problem. The second part contains the basic methods (physical, chemical, biological) for remediation of soil and ground water

engineering subject

Industrial Control Systems

Kostantinos Gavros - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Mechanical Engineering & Industrial Engineering TE, TEI of Western Macedonia

The purpose of this course is to present theory and applications of Control Systems.

engineering subject

Computer Programming II

Georgios Fragulis - Undergraduate - (A-)
Electrical Engineering, TEI of Western Macedonia

The theoretical part of the course introduces the students to the basic concepts and principles of operating systems. Specifically, the structure of operating systems is studied, as well as main issues regarding the design, representation, management and synchronism of their processes. Additionally, topics regarding the management of main and secondary memory, files systems, deadlocks and I/0 are examined. Finally, a review of the most famous operating systems, such as Unix, Linux and Windows is presented.

natural sciences subject

Electrotechnics II

Dimitrios Tsiamitros - Undergraduate - (A-)
Electrical Engineering, TEI of Western Macedonia

In this course, the basics of electrotechnics are analyzed, with emphasis on the formulas that are used to calculate AC current, voltage and power. The polar representation of AC current and voltage is described, as well as the 3-phase systems, etc.