Iordanou Konstantinos

UnderGraduate Student
Microprocessor & Hardware Laboratory
School of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Technical University of Crete

About Konstantinos

Konstantinos was born and raised in the city of Eleusis, Greece. He is a Undergraduate Student at the Microprocessor & Hardware Laboratory of the School of Electrical & Computer Engineering in Technical University of Crete.
His thesis title is "Impementation of Mutual Information and Transfer Entropy Algorithms with FPGA-Based SuperComputer" under the guidance of Prof. Apostolos Dollas. He is IEEE Computer Society member from 2010,IEEE TUC Student Branch member from 2013 and Co-founder of Kaloudia. Also he is Angelopoulos - Clinton GIU Fellow during academic year 2014-2015. His academic interests focused on Reconfigurable Computing, Digital Design & Computer Architecture.
He lives,works and travels under the influence of music..

What do the following have in common: Beatles' tunes, HP calculators, chocolate chip cookies and Computer Architecture? They are all classics that have stood the test of time.

Robert P. Colwell, Intel lead architect

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