Associate Professor of Software Engineering and Geo-Information
National Technical University of Athens
Distributed and heterogeneous geo-information systems, integrated simulation and combinatorial optimization in operational problems, inter-disciplinary approach of multi-hazards and cascading effects on systems and networks, optimization and multi-dimensional analytics in spatial and operational problems.
Architecture and strategic planning of information systems, intelligent spatial systems and applications, decision support in multi-hazard crisis management, modeling of cascading effects and loss assessment, geo-information infrastructures, open data, interoperability, quality assurance, standards, temporal and spatial analytics.
Executive Vice President of Cartography and Geo-information
National Cadastre and Mapping Agency S.A., Greece. [08.2015 - 05.2017]
Visiting Professor (Erasmus), Software Engineering and Architecture Group
Faculty of Mathematics & Natural Sciences, University of Groningen, Netherlands 
Visiting Professor, Institute of Cartography and Geo-information
Dept. of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering, ETH Zurich, Switzerland 
Industry Software Engineering, Information Systems, Geo-information engineering, Risk Assessment and Operational Planning, Higher Education.
Functional Consulting, Research and Development, Strategy, Innovation, Administration
Thematic Information Technology, Software Engineering, Distributed and Heterogeneous System Architectures, Spatial Information Systems, Web-GIS, VGI, Environmental simulation, Environmental risk and loss assessment, Crisis management, Operational Logistics, Optimisation algorithms for spatial and operational problems, Wireless Sensor Networks, e-government, Spatial and Learning analytics.
v.vescoukis [at] cs.ntua.gr
v.vescoukis [at] gmail.com
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office: +30 210 7721688
mobile: +30 6944 332281, +41 78 7149392
Lampadario building, office 011
NTUA Campus / Zografos 15780 / Greece
Graduation theses topics (2017-2018)
Topics of graduation theses for the new academic year have been announced.