Dr. Dimitrios C. Makris

Assistant Professor

Department of Conservation of Antiquities and Works of Art

Faculty of Applied Arts and Culture

University of West Attica


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Dr. Dimitrios Makris Assistant professor, Department of “Conservation of Antiquities and Works of Art”, Faculty of “Applied Arts and Culture”, University of West Attica.

Member of the Research Laboratory “Advanced Research Technologies for Investigation and Conservation – ARTICON” Faculty of Applied Arts and Culture.


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Undergraduate level

He teaches the courses: "Documentation and Digital Applications in Conservation", "Special Computer Topics", and

participates in the courses: "Color and Morphological Restoration" and "Sculpture Reproduction".

In the department of "Interior Architecture" he teaches the course “Spatial Narratives

In the department of “Conservation of Antiquities and Works of Art” has taught the course “Mapping of Objects & Monuments II” (2013 – 2018).


Postgraduate level

Digital 3D Imaging Techniques” in the Department of “Conservation of Antiquities and Works of Art” in the Postgraduate Program “Conservation of Cultural Heritage” and supervises dissertation thesis.

Architectural Design of Museum Space and Museography” in the Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Program “Museum Studies” Departments of “History & Archeology” and “Geology & GeoEnvironment” with the collaboration of the Department of “Conservation of Antiquities and Works of Art”. National and Kapodistrian University of Athens - University of Western Attica.


Also, he has taught in the Department of “Informatics” at the T.E.I. of Athens, the course “Computer Graphics I”, and “Development methods of intelligent systems based on images”, and supervises MSc dissertation thesis in the postgraduate program “Informatics and Information and Communication Sciences”.

He has taught “Digital Moving Image 1”, “Digital Moving Image 2” in the postgraduate program “Art, Virtual Reality & Multi-User systems of Artistic Expressionof the Department of “Fine Arts”, “Athens School of Fine Arts” and the Department “Art and Image Technology”, University Paris 8, Vincennes Saint-Denis.


He holds a PhD in Informatics from the University of Limoges, in France (2005 – École Doctorale Science–Technologie–Santé, Faculté des Sciences & Techniques), a Master’s of Science in Architecture, (Computing and Design) from the East London University, in UK (1999 – Faculty of Design and the Built Environment – School of Architecture) and a Diploma of Interior Design from the Technological Educational Institute (T.E.I.) of Athens in Athens, Greece (1995).


His scientific interests focus on research within the threshold linking scientific fields of design methodology, culture, and informatics. In particular, his research interests lie in the area of computer aided design, innovative design methods, aesthetic knowledge modeling, declarative modeling, and artificial intelligence.


As a computer programmer he is the author of computer applications on morphogenesis, and aesthetic style modeling with the aid of artificial intelligence.


From 2010 to 2020 he was Faculty member of the Department of “Interior Architecture”, where he has taught the course “Design Methodology / Analog & Digital Media”, and “Communication and Space II”.

From 2000 to 2010 he has served as associate and scientific instructor in the departments of “Informatics” and “Interior Architecture, Decoration and Design”, of the T.E.I. of Athens.

He has been researcher in European Community and Greek Government project: “Support of Computer Science Studies in the Technological Educational Institution of Athens”, 2003-2008. Key Researcher, in European Community and Greek Government project Archimedes I: “OPEN MultiCAD-Development of Intelligent Informational Systems for the Support of Product Design”, 2004-2006. Key researcher n European Community and Greek Government project: "Reforming the curriculum of the department of Interior Architecture and Industrial Design through upgrading of laboratory expertise and Epistemology", 2003-2005.


He is a member of the Organizing Committee and Program Committee of the International scientific conference 3IA since 2001.

He is a registered interior designer where he has designed and developed several commercial and residential interior spaces.

Over a decade he has served on the editing committee in a cultural magazine, and he worked as free-lance editor in architectural periodicals.

He is a member of the Greek Computer Society.


Contact details

Address: Egaleo Park Campus

28, Ag. Spyridonos Str, Aigaleo 12243 Athens - Greece

Email: demak@uniwa.gr