TUC TIE Lab Research Associate at the Virtual Reality Group


Marios Christoulakis graduated in 2008 from the Electronics & Computer Engineering Department of the Technical University of Crete.  He is a postgraduate student of the Electronic & Computer Engineering Department and has been accepted as a PhD candidate in the same institution, at the School of Architectural Engineering. His research interests include e-learning infrastructures, transcultural, interactive educational tools and serious game applications. He has worked in some European projects and currently he is working on the eShadow project and the Hybrid Environmental Projection Platform (HEPP).