In the context of the International Conference on E-governance and E-inclusion (IFIP eGov – ePart) held in Portugal from 5 to 8 September 2016, the scientific work of members of the University of the Aegean was awarded as the most innovative research work, among more than 100 selected, international work presented at the Conference.
The work entitled "Expert-Sourcing for Passive Policy Making in the European Union" presented a new method for creating policy with the participation of politicians, experts and citizens via the Internet. Work signing Angeliki Androutsopoulou, PhD candidate in the Department of information and communication systems engineering, Euripides Loukis and Yannis Charalambidis, associate professors in the same section of the Aegean University.
At the same time, the Conference announced the 20 most important writers in the field of eGovernment, based on the number of tasks in the most prestigious conferences and journals, after research of the University of Washington. According to the study, which has been published by Springer House, among more than 9000 authors worldwide, Yannis Charalambidis, Associate Professor of the University of the Aegean holds the 8th position in the world.
The first 20 also included the If. Professor Efthimis Tampouris and Professor Constantine Tarampanis, both from the University of Macedonia, while in the first 50 distinguished the If. Professor Euripides Loukis from the Aegean University and Prof. Dimitris Askounis, from Athens.
These new international awards come to confirm the technological leadership of the Department of information and communication systems engineering, University of the Aegean, where the Research Center for Electronic Governance but also the unique in Greece postgraduate program in eGovernment.
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