Software Developer & Website Designer

Experienced Software Developer with a demonstrated history of working in the research industry. Skilled in Java, .NET, PHP, JavaScript, React, AngularJS, WordPress and Web Design.

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About Me

Hello, I’m Ioannis. I’ve Been Building Websites & Apps Since 1997!


I work as a Technical Staff member at Computational BioMedicine Laboratory (CBML) of the Institute of Computer Science at Foundation for Research and Technology – Hellas (FORTH). I joined the CBML group in 2008.

Previously I have been an educator (both for adults and children) with a focus on computer technologies like MS Office, Adobe Suite, Desktop Publishing (DTP), Web Design, Photo and Video Editing. I have also been a freelancer as a developer of web and multimedia applications and consultant in several IT companies (Alice Labs @ UoC, Panepistimiakes Ekdoseis Kritis, Saloustros AETE, Genesys, LightWeb, Mitos SA, NovelTech, iWorx).

I received my B.Sc. in the fields of Physics from the Department of Physics from the University of Crete, attending the courses of the specialization direction in Computational Physics (2003).

  • UI/UX Design
  • Frontend Development
  • backend development
  • Web Apps Development
  • Mobile Apps Development
  • Desktop Apps Development
  • Systems Design & Administration
  • Digital Arts
  • Social Media
  • Branding
  • SEO

Years of Experience

Independent Projects

Team Projects


  • Participation in European and National IT Projects
  • Adult educator in IT technologies
  • Graphics designer
    (DTP, posters, newsletters, catalogues, providing support – graphics and illustration- at Conferences and other events)
  • Member of the organization committee of major International Conferences.

Coding and Developement

React and React Native, AngularJS, NodeJS, Javascript, Flutter & Dart, REST APIs, C# .Net, ASP.NET, Visual Basic.NET, PHP, Laravel, HTML5, CSS3, MySQL, Firebase, MongoDB, Python, Matlab, ITK, VTK, DICOM, HL7



  • Award: The study reported in the paper “Predicting the Occurrence of Acute Hypotensive Episodes: The PhysioNet Challenge” by F. Chiarugi, I. Karatzanis, V. Sakkalis, I. Tsamardinos, Th. Dermitzaki, M. Foukarakis, G. Vrouchos attained 100% in the event 1 of the PhysioNet Challenge 2009 “Predicting Acute Hypotensive Episodes” at the Computers in Cardiology 2009 (CiC 2009) Conference, Sep 2009, Park City, UT, USA.

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