Delimpasis Konstantinos

kdelimpasis[at]dib.uth.gr
+30 22310 66908

Contact with students:
Wednesday 10:00-12:00,
Thursday 18:00-20:00

Delimpasis Konstantinos

Associate Professor

Medical informatics

Research Interests

Image processing, processing and analysis of medical images, video processing, computer vision applications to video analysis.

Curriculum vitae

Dr Delibasis graduated from the Dept. of Physics, University. of Athens, Greece and obtained his MSc in Medical Physics and PhD, entitled “Genetic Algorithms in Medical Image Analysis”, from the Dept. of Biomedical Physics and Bio-engineering, University of Aberdeen, UK. He is currently an Assistant Professor at the Dept. of Computer Science and Biomedical Informatics, Univ. of Thessaly, Greece. His research interests include processing and analysis of Bio-medical signal, image and video. He is the author of more than 30 journal papers and he has taught more than 10 different undergraduate and postgraduate courses.

Full Curriculum Vitae

Courses

Selected Publications

  • Delibasis, K. K., Plagianakos, V. P., & Maglogiannis, I. (2014). Refinement of human silhouette segmentation in omni-directional indoor videos. Computer Vision and Image Understanding, 128, 65-83.
  • Delibasis, K. K., & Kechriniotis, A. (2014). A New Formula for Bivariate Hermite Interpolation on Variable Step Grids and Its Application to Image Interpolation. Image Processing, IEEE Transactions on, 23(7), 2892-2904.
  • Delibasis, K. K., Kechriniotis, A., & Maglogiannis, I. (2013). A novel tool for segmenting 3D medical images based on generalized cylinders and active surfaces. Computer methods and programs in biomedicine, 111(1), 148-165.
  • Delibasis, K., Asvestas, P. A., & Matsopoulos, G. K. (2010). Multimodal genetic algorithms-based algorithm for automatic point correspondence. Pattern Recognition, 43(12), 4011-4027.
  • Kagadis, G. C., Delibasis, K. K., Matsopoulos, G. K., Mouravliansky, N. A., Asvestas, P. A., & Nikiforidis, G. C. (2002). A comparative study of surface-and volume-based techniques for the automatic registration between CT and SPECT brain images. Medical Physics, 29(2), 201-213.