Contact

Contact Address

Prof. Konstantina S. Nikita
BIOSIM Laboratory, Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
National Technical University of Athens,
9, Iroon Polytechniou Str.,
15780 Zografos, Athens Greece
Tel: 0030 - 210 - 7722285 / 2968
Fax: 0030 - 210 - 7722320
Email:knikita@ece.ntua.gr

Offices

Old Buildings of Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering

  • Professor's Nikita Office: Room 1.1.17
  • PhD & Post Doc Office: Room1.1.2
  • PhD & Post Doc Office: Room 2.1.26
Central Computer Building
  • Room 1.16
  • Room 1.17

Meeting Places

Old Buildings of Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering

  • Room 2.1.29
  • Room 1.1.17
  • Room 1.1.29

How to get at BIOSIM Laboratory

By Public Transportation

If you use the metro get off at the Katechaki station .Then, as you come up the stairs of the station, you should cross Katechaki Avenue on the traffic light to reach the bus stop next to the kiosk. There you take the 242 or 140 bus. If you use the line 242, because the bus enters the campus, you can actually leave it at the third stop when in NTUA Campus rather to the stop outside the campus. If you use the line 140, you have to get off on the first stop after the bus leaves Katechaki Avenue turning right. This stop is just outside the NTUA campus and as a result you have to walk about 10 minutes to reach the BIOSIM lab. In both cases, you can use the same ticket for the Subway and the bus within urban zones for 90′ after the ticket’s validation. However, make sure to check for the latest information about tickets.
If you are coming straight from the airport, you can get the suburban railway which connects to the subway network. Some trains continue to the subway rail whereas others will require you to change but it should be straightforward.

By Taxi

For those who use a taxi, the campus where the BIOSIM lab is located is known as “Polytechnioupolis Zografou” and this is how you should tell the taxi driver or ask for directions. Be careful to mention Zografou i.e the Athens quarter where the campus is, in order to avoid misunderstandings with the classic NTUA sited in the centre of Athens. You may also mention that the campus is located near the Katechaki Avenue.