Dr Ioannis Deliyannis (BSc, Ph.D) received his degrees at the University of Wales and today he is an Associate Professor at the department of Audio and Visual Arts, Ionian University in Corfu, Greece. He is one of the founding members of the inArts research laboratory, a lab created to support artistic creation through new media and technologies. In collaboration with artists, scientists and experts he has created various interactive multimedia systems ranging from experimental television stations and content featuring multiple modes of delivery to educational and multi-sensory games and gamified processes. Ioannis has authored a series of journal and conference publications in the above field and a series of books targeting the experimental and creative aspects of the technologies involved. His research focuses on the design of user-centred software products and services, including on the use of mobile sensory systems to create intelligent interactive systems, entertainment education (edutainment) systems, educational applications for people with disabilities, augmented reality, 360˚/virtual reality, holographic applications and interactive transmedia systems. He is the leading researcher on various EU-funded projects involving cultural heritage, gamified history-learning processes in cities and the use of holographic technologies for UNESCO sites and Tourism applications. His published research comprises of over 100 research publications.
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