Engineering Engagement Patterns and Human Inertia

Engineering job descriptions are usually prepared by people who cannot write and do not understand the depth of the job responsibilities and commitments of engineering management. Those job descriptions are becoming expensive to be prepared and updated, but at the same time are becoming morale-drainers. There is something inherently vague about the title of the “project manager”.

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Greeks and Technology

A Greek statistic on 2,741 adults shows that most of them find no important reason to use computers, not even if they are given free lessons or the state subsidize the purchase of the computer. Eurostat statistics show that Greeks are last in Europe with regards to the computer use and internet connections.

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Schools of Thought by Georgios Ardavanis (PhD)

One of the round-table discussions that take place in academic and non-academic meetings is whether we are alone in the universe. According to modern astronomy there are hundred billion galaxies, each of which contain around hundred billion stars. Thus, someone could imagine that there are many kinds of life in this vast and incredible universe.

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