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Dionysia Kallinikou, Theodoros Karounos, Marinos Papadopoulos
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Speaker: Dionysia Kallinikou, Theodoros Karounos, Marinos Papadopoulos
 
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Dionysia Kallinikou is Associate Professor of Law in Athens Law School at the National and Kapodistrian University of Greece, and an Attorney-at-Law. She has established a reputation as an Intellectual Property expert, and authored many books and scientific articles upon Intellectual Property. She served as the Director of Intellectual Property Organization in Greece, and as a Project Leader in European Community programs related to a variety of Intellectual Property issues.

Theodoros Karounos has been appointed as a teaching assistant at the Network and Optimal Design Laboratory NETMODE of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering of the National Technical University of Athens. He has extensive research experience in information technology networks administration. In the past, he was the Technical Manager of the telecommunications network of the National Technical University of Athens. He served as the General Director of the Greek Research and Technology Network, as well as the Director of the managing authority of the Information Society Operational Program. (Further info at URL: http://karounos.gr )

Marinos Papadopoulos is an Attorney-at-Law registered in Athens, Greece. He holds a law degree from Athens Law School and a graduate degree Master of Science from Boston and Harvard Universities. He has, also, graduate studies at Stanford University upon Information Technology and Law as well as The George Washington University upon Management. He is an active participant in international fora upon issues of Information Technology & Law as well as Information Society. (Further info at URL: http://www.marinos.com.gr )

Time Subject Speaker
27.05.2008
15.00 - 15.20
The Creative Commons v.3.0 GREECE licenses as Free Culture applications for the promotion of Open Educational Resources in Greece Διονυσία Καλλινίκου, Θεόδωρος Καρούνος, Μαρίνος Παπαδόπουλος




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