Multimedia and Graphic Arts
Cyprus University of Technology
Panagiotis Charalampous is currently a PhD Candidate of the Department of Multimedia & Graphic Arts. He has a diversified scientific background as he holds a BSc in Informatics from the Technological Institute of Athens, an MBA in Management of Engineering and Technology from Northcentral University in Arizona as well as a wealth of professional certifications on various Microsoft Technologies. He has a professional experience in a wide range of software applications.
His current research interests evolve around computational acoustics and their applications on virtual reality, interactive environments and video games.
"FH Brittain, P Charalampous (2016) Assessing Accuracy of ISO 9613-2 for Calculating Ground Effects of Stack Height and Distance Using Olive Tree Labs Suite INTER-NOISE and NOISE-CON Congress and Conference Proceedings 252: 1024-1035."
P Economou, F Brittain, P Charalampous (2014) Accuracy of wave based calculation methods compared to ISO 9313-2. INTER-NOISE and NOISE-CON Congress and Conference Proceedings 248: 664-678.
P Economou, P Charalampous (2013) The significance of sound diffraction effects in simulating acoustics in ancient theatres. Acta Acustica united with Acustica 99: 48-57.