Faculty Member


 

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NameDr. Lambrini Seremeti
DepartmentEducation
RankCollaborating Acad. Staff
Email (@frederick.ac.cy)dledu.sl
OfficeBlock J Distance Learning Unit Office

Lamprini Seremeti is a Collaborative Academic Staff in the Department of Education in the School of Education and Social Sciences, at Frederick University. She is employed at Frederick university in Distance Learning Programs, undertaking Master level courses in the field of educational research methods (Special Education program), since 2017. She is also a Lecturer in Programming in the Department of Agricultural Economics & Rural Development at the School of Applied Economics and Social Science of the Agricultural University of Athens. Her teaching experience in Higher Education Institutions, since 2005, involves cognitive subjects such as expert systems, artificial intelligence, semantic web, business management, programming languages, calculus, algebra, statistics, differential equations, research methodology, informatics applied in pedagogy. She has also served as a teacher of Informatics, Mathematics and Special Education in Primary and Secondary Schools, since 2001.Dr Seremeti holds a PhD in Computer Science with a focus on propagating knowledge in networks of aligned ontologies from Hellenic Open University; a Master in Special Education from University of Rome; a Master in Pure Mathematics from University of Patras; a Bachelor in Mathematics from University of Patras; a Bachelor in Informatics from University of Western Greece; and a Bachelor in Law from University of Nicosia. She is currently a PhD candidate in University of Western Greece, investigating the interpretation of Law in ambient intelligent environments. She has also participated as a researcher in EU-funded projects: ATRACO (Adaptive and Trusted Ambient Ecologies), BIOMEDMINE (Mining Biomedical Data and Images: Development of Algorithms and Applications), FRAGMEX (Fragmentation and Exclusion: Understanding and Overcoming the multiple Impacts of the European Crisis), e-CoMet (Development actions related to Educational Content and Methodology). Her tasks involved mathematical modeling, data processing, knowledge representation and management, and conceptualization of heterogeneous environments (socio-economic, educational, biomedical, ambient intelligent). Dr Seremeti has published her research work in peer-reviewed International journals (14 articles) and book chapters (5 articles), and has presented her work in International peer-reviewed conferences (30 articles). Her research interests focus on theories applied in inclusive education, interpretation of Law in ambient intelligent environments, knowledge representation and management through ontologies, mathematical modeling.

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