CLIO – Collective City Memory”

Award Winning Proposal in the 1st International Open Ubiquitous City Challenge (“UBI Challenge”), with invitation for deployment in Oulu, Finland during Summer 2011.


Computation 2021 Best Paper Award”

All papers published from 1 January 2021 to 31 December 2021 in Computation were considered for the award. After a thorough evaluation of the originality and significance of the papers, citations, and downloads, two winners were selected, amongst which the paper authored by HILab members:

Deep Learning for Fake News Detection in a Pairwise Textual Input Schema, Despoina Mouratidis, Maria Nefeli Nikiforos, Katia Lida Kermanidis, Computation 2021, 9(2), 20; doi:10.3390computation9020020


“Winners of the Nikolaos Bourbakis Award for 2022


The PhD Candidate of the Humanistic and Social Informatics Laboratory, Georgios Drakopoulos, won the Nikolaos Bourbakis Award for 2022 in the International Journal on Artificial Intelligence Tools, for the article “Higher Order Trust Ranking of LinkedIn Accounts with Iterative Matrix Methods“.


The research described in the article, and conducted under the guidance of his PhD supervisor, Associate Professor, Phivos-Apostolos Mylonas, involves the extension of a first-order graph search mechanism for discovering LinkedIn trusted profiles to a higher-order ranking based on a combination of functional and connectivity patterns.


More details are available here: