Speciality: Electronic system design, Renewable energy sources, Power Electronics, Sensors, Measurement and control systems, Bioengineering applications.
Short CV: Kostas Kalaitzakis was born in Chania-Crete-Greece in 1954. He received his degree in Electrical and Mechanical Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens/Greece (NTUA) in 1977 and his PhD from the School of Electrical Engineering of the Democritus Univ. of Thrace/Greece in 1983. He is currently Professor in the Technical Univ. of Crete/Greece. He served as Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Georgia Institute of Technology/USA.
Research Areas: Sensor and measurement systems based on new techniques (fuzzy, neural, genetic, data fusion), Renewable Energy Sources systems (interconnection to the grid, autonomous systems), Power electronics (inverters and converters, maximum power tracking from wind generators and photovoltaic arrays), Electronic control devices for industrial applications based on fuzzy logic, neural networks, genetic algorithms, Building Energy Managements systems, Bioengineering and biomedical systems, Water Desalination plants powered by renewable energy sources, Development of electronic devices for agricultural applications (irrigation water saving, production improvement, etc.).
Sector: Electronics and Computer Architecture Division
Laboratory: Electric Circuits and Renewable Energy Sources Laboratory
Courses: "Electric Circuits Analysis", "Electric Measurements and Sensors" and "Special Topics in Electric Measurements Systems"
Phone:+30 28210 37213, +30 28210 37201
Fax: +30 28210 37530, +30 28210 37542
Technical University Of Crete
School of Electronic & Computer Engineering
731 00, Chania