Frequent Questions

The research activities of the Department focus on the following subjects: management science, operational research, e-business and e-commerce, logistics and transport, information systems, enterprise resource management, innovation management and entrepreneurship, strategic management and planning change management, organizational behavior / psychology and human resource management, mobile business, business intelligence and data mining, interactive media design, information systems and business reengineering, software engineering, programming languages ​​and security systems, electronic marketing, business research, financial and quantitative applications, financial engineering.

The faculty members, doctoral students, researchers and students of the Department have published numerous articles in leading international journals including journals with high impact factor which are among the leading journals of the respective research areas.

It should also be noted that more than 320 works of faculty members, doctoral candidates, researchers and students of the Department have been presented at international conferences, 9 of which have received the Best Paper Award at conferences of international scope, such as: Academy of Management, International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management, International System Administration and Networking Conference, and more.

Another element that emphasizes the presence of the Department in the international academic community is that at least 15 faculty members are members of editorial boards in at least 41 international journals.

Finally, the faculty members and the researchers of the Department received many awards internationally, and over 15 faculty members have books published internationally by major publishing houses abroad in several languages​​, including English, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, Polish and Korean.

Courses that the Department offers to foreign Students

The faculty of the Department offers the following courses to incoming Erasmus students:

Fall Semester

  1. Modern Enterprise Information Systems (G. Ioannou)
  2. Managerial Decision Making (Em. Kritikos)
  3. Management of Information Systems (Ag. Poulimenakou)
  4. Innovation in Organizations Knowledge, Creativity and the Processes of Innovation (E. Soderquist)
  5. Information Resource Management (N. Pouloudi)

Spring Semester

  1. Production and Operations Management (E. Soderquist)
  2. Applied Software Engineering (D. Spinellis)
  3. Algorithmic Operations Research (Ch. Tarantilis)

Erasmus at the Department

During the operation of the program in our Department (2002-present) 449 students participated. These students studied abroad for a semester or a whole academic year with successful results and returned to the University with an excellent impression of their experience.

  2002-2003 2003-2004 2004-2005 2005-2006 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010
Outgoing 2 10 29 18 31 22 32 29
Incoming 0 5 19 16 21 24 28 43
  2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015 2015-2016 2016-2017  
Outgoing 22 31 54 40 42 50 37  
Incoming 25 17 22 32 33 49 47