Dr George Tsihrintzis, Co-Editor in Chief for Engineering at SpringerPlus
I received a Diploma of Electrical Engineer from the National Technical University of Athens, Greece (with honors) and my M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering from Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
I am currently a Professor in the Department of Informatics at The University of Piraeus, Greece and also the Director of the Graduate Program of Study in “Advanced Computing and Informatics Systems” within this Department. Students are our future; I have supervised 10 doctoral students who have received their doctoral degrees and am currently supervising an additional 7 students.
My current research interests include Pattern Recognition, Decision Theory, and Statistical Signal Processing and their applications in Multimedia Interactive Services, User Modeling, Knowledge-based Software Systems, Human-Computer Interaction and Information Retrieval.
I have authored or co-authored over 300 research publications in these areas, which have appeared in many international journals, book chapters, and conference proceedings, and have served as the principal investigator or co-investigator in several R&D projects.
Why submit to the Engineering Section of SpringerPlus?
SpringerPlus is an open access Journal that does not charge its readers. Your paper will be visible to wide audiences and will receive broad attention.
The Engineering Section has an all-inclusive scope. If you are uncertain as to which Journal would be appropriate to publish your paper, the Engineering section is most probably the proper forum for your research work to appear.
Me, my Board, and our reviewers, consider and judge papers only on their merit, scientific correctness, and completeness and not on the timeliness or the popularity of their topic.
We welcome both research and survey papers.
Review and decision times are quick, allowing you to publish your research works within their early stages.
SpringerPlus has published for three years, and the Engineering Section has already been very well received by the scientific community with a total of 205 submissions and an acceptance rate of 75%