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After studying Physics at the University of Crete (B.S., 1988), Ioannis Pachoulakis obtained an M.Sc.Eng. in Computer & Information Science (1998) and a Ph.D. in Physics & Astrophysics (1996), both at the University of Pennsylvania, USA.
He then worked as a senior associate at Princeton Consultants on transportation logistics clientserver systems, followed by the Institute of Computer Science / FORTH, before teaching in the Department of Informatics & Multimedia of TEI of Crete. Currently, he is associate professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering of the Hellenic Mediterranean University.
He has authored a number of publications in refereed journals and conferences and his main interests lie in technology-assisted rehabilitation and recovery using realistic (physics-based) multimedia and exergaming, the capture and modeling of 3D movement of living organisms, as well as virtual and augmented reality applications.