Konstantinos Mentzelos

Konstantinos Mentzelos

 

 

Basic Education

  1. 2018: Bachelor degree of Naval Engineer from Hellenic National Academic Recognition Information Center (NARIC).
  2. 2013-2016: Naval Engineer’s Degree and Master of Science in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Boston.
  3. 2002-2006: bachelor degree of Marine Engineering (first among 25 cadets), Hellenic Naval Academy, Piraeus.
  4. 2016: Analysis of explosive gases (Hellenic Navy education).

 

Further Education

  1. 2016: Analysis of vibrations for rotating machines (Hellenic Navy education).
  2. 2009 – 2010: degree of Commanding Officers (first among 20 Officers – Hellenic Navy education).
  3. 2008: degree of Engineering Officers for Submarines (first among 4 Officers – Hellenic Navy education).

 

Projects

  • In Progress: Implementation of an online hotel reservation site using JavaScript, HTML, CSS, Bootstrap, PHP and MySQL.
  • 2015-2016: Design of a new frigate for US Navy. (MIT – 3 members group)
  • 2015-2016: Thesis: Image Recognition with neural networks, for the design of a system that gives the opportunity to an autonomous marine vessel to recognize targets with 94% efficiency. Torch and C++ were used. (MIT)
  • 2016: Building a software in JavaScript that is trying to solve the automatic area allocation problem for ship design. (MIT)
  • 2015: Conversion design that incorporates an EMRG system for the purposes of shipboard testing on an existing US Navy Cruiser. (MIT – 4 members Group)
  • 2015: Design and implementation of a Hotel management software with JavaScript, HTML, CSS and Bootstrap. (MIT – 4 members Group)
  • 2015: Design of an experiment in JavaScript and statistical analysis of its results as part of a research for the new concept of “Bubble Cursor”. (MIT)
  • 2014: Construction and Programming with Python of an artificial Goalkeeper hand. (MIT – 3 members group)