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Professor, Department of Accounting and Finance
Vice president, Department of Accounting and Finance
Nicolaos G. Protogeros is a Professor of E-Commerce and Information Systems at the Department of Accounting and Finance, School of Business Administration at the University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki, Greece and the Vice President in this Department.
He holds a Ph.D. in Computer Networks from the National Polytechnic Institute in France, an MSc in Remote Sensing from the University Paul Sabatier in France, and a bachelor degree in Mathematics from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
His research interests are focused on Electronic Commerce, End-User Developed Information Systems, Cloud Computing and its application to Accounting Information Systems and Self Adaptive Information Systems. His teaching interests include Electronic Commerce, Information Systems, Web Development and Internet of Things, Process and Software Analysis and Modeling, which he teaches in both undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
Professor Protogeros has published scientific studies in academic journals such as the Computers in Human Behavior, the Environmental Modeling & Software, the International Journal of Computer Integrated Manufacturing, the Education and Information Technologies, the International Journal of Electronic Business and has presented his research in many international conferences such as the Interactive Mobile Communication Technologies and Learning - IEEE, the International Conference on Strategic Innovative Marketing - Elsevier the Digital Ecosystems and Technologies - IEEE.
He is member of the board of directors of the University Property Development Company and has held the positions Deputy Director of Postgraduate Programs in Information Systems.
Ph.D., Computer Networks
INPT, Toulouse, France (1993)
MSc, Remote Sensing
University Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France (1985)
Degree ("Ptychion"), Mathematics
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (1984)