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Proud to be Involved Selecting the 2017 Wise Prize in Education Laureate

Dr. Stefanos Gialamas is proud to be ​​involved with the WISE (​World Innovation Summit in Education) of Qatar Foundation ​by ​contributing ​in the selection ​​of the 2017 Laureate who is Developing Leaders with Ethos in Ghana.

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Transforming K-12 Educational Institutions: The Global Morfosis Paradigm (gMp)​ 

Published ​in​ the International Schools Journal November 201​7, by Dr. Stefanos Gialamas and Dr. Peggy Pelonis.

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Dr. Gialamas on Morfosis Educational Philosophy for the 21st Century Student, August 2017

The "Morfosis Educational Philosophy", an educational philosophy that is holistic, meaningful and harmonious.
Students acquire new skills and master existing ones as they learn to be global citizens.

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Widener University on students of ACS Athens Summer Visit

Ten students from ACS Athens spent a week at Widener taking part in leadership and engineering programs.
The visit was part of a partnership formalized between Widener and ACS Athens in December.

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Dr. Gialamas at "Knots In Hellas 2016" Conference, April 2016

We are delighted to share with you that ACS Athens is represented with Dr. Stefanos Gialamas, at the world wide conference Knots in Hellas 2016.  The best researches in Knot Theory from universities around the world will be sharing their recent research results.  The conference will take place in Olympia on July 17-22.

The goal of this international cross-disciplinary conference is to enable exchange of methods and ideas as well as exploration of fundamental research problems in the wide fields of knot theory and low-dimensional topology, from theoretical to applications in sciences like biology and physics, and to provide high quality interactions across fields and generations of researchers, from graduate students to the most senior researchers. Graduate students and new PhDs working in these fields are especially encouraged to participate.

This conference will also provide a convenient opportunity to celebrate the achievements of Professor Louis H. Kauffman, who reached the age of 70 in February 2015.   Professor Lou Kauffman was Dr. Gialamas' Thesis Advisor.

Honouring him, Dr. Gialamas was asked to share with the participants two of his theorems which are utilised in application to DNA research:  "Determining Vanishing Massey Triple Products in a complement of a Link with more than two components."