09:45 - 10:00
MAIN SPEECH (will be held remotely via the Teams platform


George Linardatos
B.Sc., M.Sc., C.Eng., General Director of Avgouleas-Linardatou Schools
09:45 - 10:00
MAIN SPEECH (to be held remotely via the Teams platform)


Gianna Andronopoulou
CEO of Microsoft for Greece, Cyprus and Malta
10:00 - 10:30
MAIN SPEECH (to be held remotely via the Teams platform)

Odos... Filellini: The return road of the Sculptures through the eyes of the students of the 6th Primary

Chrysoula Rapti
6th grade teacher at Avgoulea-Linardatou Schools
Konstantinos Galanis
6th Grade Teacher – Avgoulea-Linardatou Schools
Tryphon Dalis
6th Grade Teacher – Avgoulea-Linardatou Schools
Accurate Fotinou
6th grade teacher at Avgoulea-Linardatou Schools

"Before the Caryatids, the marble daughters..." - From Lord Byron to Elgin. A time travel research by the 6th grade students, a Podcast - Interview with teacher E.Svoronou.

10:30 - 11:00
MAIN SPEECH (to be held remotely via the Teams platform)

Turning Waste into Educational Wonder

Janine De Villiers
EMEA Education Alliance Manager

Lenovo is committed to supporting STEM education for future generations. The "Turning Waste into Educational Wonder" project, which transforms the packaging of our products into useful tools for scientific experiments. By providing schools with easy-to-follow instructions and online resources, we help teachers and students explore various STEM topics in a fun and eco-friendly way. With Lenovo, learning is not only smart, but also sustainable.

The presentation will take place in English without translation into Greek.

11:00 - 11:20


11:20 - 11:50
MAIN SPEECH (to be held remotely via the Teams platform)

Productive Artificial Intelligence and Training

Panagiotis Louridas
Associate Professor, Department of Administrative Science & Technology, Athens University of Economics and Business

On November 30, 2022, the company OpenAI introduced the ChatGPT service, putting Generative AI (Generative AI) in the spotlight. In January 2023, users of the service reached the 100 million mark, surpassing any previous technology adoption record. For many, PTN is part of their daily life. Among the many, professors, students, pupils, are experimenting and exploiting its potential. Can we draw some initial conclusions about the relationship and effects of PPE and education? What are the opportunities and challenges for teachers and learners?

11:50 - 12:20
LIVE SPEECH (will take place remotely via the Teams platform)

Immediate and long-term impacts of AI on educational practice

James Mackay
Associate professor of Literature and Digital Cultures, European University of Cyprus

Artificial intelligence has already made huge inroads into our lives. However, the arrival of Large Language Models (LLMS) - chatbots trained using deep learning on vast databases of texts - has had a huge impact in just over a year. Much of the discussion of ChatGPT and other AI's in educational circles has concentrated on the potential uses of these technologies for cheating, but this rather misses the point: artificial intelligences have arrived and will fundamentally change the ways that our students will work in the future. In this talk, therefore, I will focus on some of the ways that LLMs can be utilized by educators and students to automate routine tasks and free up time for creative learning. I will also demonstrate best practices for enhancing teaching practices using AI, including AI-assisted research and brainstorming. Finally, I will turn to the future of AI-enabled classrooms, suggesting ways that the traditional assignment will need to change to accommodate an AI-enabled world.

The presentation will take place in English without translation into Greek.

12:20 - 12:40


12:40 - 13:10
MAIN SPEECH (to be held remotely via the Teams platform)

The Future of Artificial Intelligence in Education

Dimitris Dimitriadis
Futurist - IFFR DAO

The convergence of artificial intelligence and human expertise is transforming educational paradigms, emphasizing the need for adaptability and lifelong learning in the academic realm. This shift underscores the importance of foresight in education, advocating for a learning environment that fosters innovation, critical thinking, and a synergy between AI and human intellect. By exploring the futures of education, this keynote delves into the potential of AI to personalize learning, enhance student engagement, and equip educators with tools for more effective teaching. It offers a vision for future learning ecosystems where AI supports human creativity and critical thinking, preparing students and educators alike for the complexities of tomorrow's world.

13:10 - 13:40
MAIN SPEECH (to be held remotely via the Teams platform)

The Future of Education is Now: Harnessing the Power of AI to Empower Educators and School Leaders

Joe Brazier
Microsoft Worldwide Education K12 Strategy Lead
Kate Maxwell
Microsoft Worldwide Education Industry Lead

The future of education is now, and it is being shaped by the transformative power of artificial intelligence (AI). AI technologies such as machine learning, natural language processing, and computer vision are being used to personalize learning experiences, provide real-time feedback and assessment, and facilitate more effective teaching and learning. Join us as we explore the exciting possibilities of AI in education and how it can support the work of educators and school leaders. Together, we can shape the future of education and inspire the next generation of learners.

The presentation will be shown videotaped in English and without translation into Greek.

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