Doctoral candidate – researcher
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Miltos is a doctoral candidate in Information and Communication Systems program at Open University of Cyprus. Currently, Miltos is participating in an Erasmus+ research project entitled eSIT4SIP as a special scientist responsible for technical-development oriented tasks of the project. Also, he’s a research fellow at Educational Technology Lab of the University. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Aviation Science from Hellenic Air Force Academy and a Magister Scientiae in Information Systems from Open University of Cyprus. In his research, Miltos investigates whether the development and application of mobile interactive – learning/gaming tools could assist learners of all ages to both think and act spatially, based on concepts which are derived mainly from Geospatial thinking, reasoning and cognition, research domains. Furthermore, his ultimate goal is to help learners to discover and/or enhance their spatial mental skills and abilities which are pivotal for everyday common tasks and STEM sciences.
- B.Sc. – Aviation Science, Hellenic Air Force Academy, June 2002
- Transcript (Level 1 of 3, B.Sc.) – Computing and Information Systems, Goldsmiths University of London (the external programme), May 2005
- Magister Scientiae – Information Systems, Open University of Cyprus, July 2010
- Ph.D. candidate – Information and Communication Systems, Open University of Cyprus, 2015-present
- Excellent in performance student. Magister Scientiae in Information Systems of Open University of Cyprus, CYTA award, October 2010
- First Commendation (3rd place) for the research project “Location and Orientation Based Tourist Services System”. Multidisciplinary undergraduate and graduate students’ annual contest ‘Students in Research (ΦΟΙΤΩ-STUDY)’, Research Promotion Foundation, May 2011
- GeoInformatics, Geospatial Data & Databases
- Location Based Services (LBS) & Context Awareness
- Geographic Information Systems (GIS), mobile GIS and Geographic Information (GI) Science
- Geospatial Learning, Thinking, Reasoning, Cognition and Visual-Spatial Thinking
- Mobile Spatial 2D & 3D Pointing (MSP) interaction metaphor
- Mobile & Ubiquitous learning/gaming (m & u-learning/gaming)
- Miltiadous, Miltos. 2010. “Location and Orientation Based Tourist Services System (Deployed in Old Limassol).” [in Greek] Master thesis, Open University of Cyprus.
- Mavroudi, Anna, Miltos Miltiadous, Paul Libbrecht, Wolfgang Müller, Thanasis Hadzilacos, Nuno Otero, Karl Barth, and Koula Georgiou. 2016. “Let Me Do it: Towards the Implementation of Sustainable Instructional Patterns.” Poster presented at the 16th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies, ICALT 16, Austin, Texas, July 25-28.
- Miltiadous, Miltos, Thanasis Hadzilacos, and Dimitrios Skarlatos. 2016. “One Size Does Not Fit All:There is no Single Optimal Algorithm for Mobile Spatial Pointing.” Submitted (Journal of Location Based Services).
- Empowering the School IT infrastructures for the implementation of Sustainable Instructional Patterns (eSIT4SIP, Erasmus+,2015-18). Special Scientist, Software engineering/developing tasks, Researcher.
- 2005 – present. Freelance Software Engineer and Developer
- 2010 – present. Freelance GeoInformatics Engineer
- 2014 – 2015. Research fellow at Photogrammetric Vision Lab (Department of Civil Engineering and Geomatics – Cyprus University of Technology)
- 2015 – present. Doctoral researcher at Open University of Cyprus – Faculty of Pure and Applied Sciences
- 2015 – present. Research fellow at Educational Technology Lab – Open University of Cyprus
- 2015 – present. Special scientist in eSIT4SIP Erasmus+ project – Open University of Cyprus