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Mr. Andrianakis Michalis
Technician

Michalis Andrianakis has studied Electrical Engineering at the Technological Educational Foundation of Crete and he received his MSc in “Advance automation system and robotics”.   Since 2010, he has been working at IESL-FORTH. His main tasks are electrical and electronic systems development as well as control and imaging software development. He has been actively participated in previous related EU projects such as “MultiEncode”, “Climate for Culture”, “Syddarta” “Charisma”, and “Iperion”.

Education

  • 2015,Msc in Advanced Production Systems, Automation and Robotics, Technological Educational Institute of Crete, Greece
  • 2010, Electrical Engineer, Technological Educational Institute of Crete,Greece

Career

  • 2010, Technical staff in Photonics group ,FORTH – IESL, Greece
  • 2009, Training Scholarship, FORTH – IESL, Greece

Interests

  • Computer and machine vision
  • Image processing and analysis
  • Applications with Scientific and commercial cameras
  • Computer software applications
  • Systems development
  • Use of spectroscopic and interferometric techniques for analysis on Works of Art, Archeological objects and materials
  • Acquisition (DAQ) devices control
  • Motors speed and position control
  • Robotics
  • Automations
  • Electrical and electronic circuits

Other

I have participate in many training courses within the country and abroad, teaching the use of an interferometric technic

Conducting experiments in 7 countries through a European program, for in-situ non-destructive measurements on artworks and archeological objects (IPERION-CH Molab)

Technical and experimental support to facility users, Post Doc, PhDs, students, conducting experiments in the metrology laboratory at Iesl – Forth, on materials and works of art

Digital holographic interferometry for cultural heritage structural diagnostics: A coherent and a low‐coherence optical set‐up for the study of a marquetry sample
K. Kosma, M. Andrianakis, K. Hatzigiannakis, V. Tornari
Strain, Volume:53, Issue:3, Page:1-12, Year:2018, DOI:doi.org/10.1111/str.12263
Combination of interferometry and thermography data for cultural heritage structural diagnostic research
Vivi Tornari, Michalis Andrianakis, Kostas Hatzigiannakis , Kiki Kosma, Vincent Detalle
Proc. SPIE 10331, Optics for Arts, Architecture, and Archaeology VI, Volume:10331, Page:103310R01-19, Year:2017, DOI:doi.org/10.1117/12.2272416
Complimentarity of digital holographic speckle pattern interferometry and simulated infrared thermography for Cultural Heritage structural diagnostic research
V. Tornari, M. Andrianakis, K. Hatzigiannakis, K. Kosma, V. Detalle, E. Bourguignon, D. Giovannacci, D. Brissaud
International Journal of Engineering Research & Science, Volume:2, Issue:11, Page:2395-6992 , Year:2016, DOI:www.ijoer.com/Paper-November-2016/IJOER-NOV-2016-26.pdf
Preventive deformation measurements on cultural heritage materials based on non-contact surface response of model samples
V. Tornari, E. Bernikola, N. Tsigarida, M. Andriannakis, K. Hatzigiannakis, J. Leissner,
Studies in Conservation, Volume:60, Issue:1, Page:143-158 , Year:2015, DOI:dx.doi.org/10.1179/0039363015Z.000000000219
Micro-mapping of Defect Structural Micro-morphology in the Documentation of Fresco Wallpaintings
V. Tornaria, E. Bernikola, E. Tsiranidou, K. Hatzigiannakis, M. Andrianakis, V. Detalle, J.L Bodnar
International Journal of Heritage in the Digital Era, Volume:2, Issue:1, Page:1-22, Year:2013, DOI:doi.org/10.1260/2047-4970.2.1.1