The Human-Computer Interaction and Virtual Reality Lab, at the Department of Informatics and Telecommunications of the University of Peloponnese, aims to support the research and teaching requirements of the department in issues related to the analysis, design, development, and evaluation of HCI and VR systems and applications.

Georgios Lepouras


HCI (especially profiling, multilingual, multicultural issues), VR, AR and digital games

Costas Vassilakis

Professor, Affiliate Member

Information Systems, Semantic Web, Cultural Informatics, VR-systems and visualization

Christos Tryfonopoulos

Associate Professor, Affiliate Member

Information Management, Distributed Systems, Digital libraries and Databases

Nikos Platis

Assistant Professor

Computer graphics and visualization, multiresolution methods with three-dimensional models

Angeliki Antoniou

Associate Researcher, UNIWA

Cultural heritage, education, user profiling, group adaptation, social networks, crowdsourcing

Anastasios (Tasos) Theodoropoulos

Associate Researcher, Performing & Digital Arts

Game Development, UX, Immersive Tech, Character Animation

Jason Diakoumakos

PhD Candidate

VR environments and games

Jenny Rompa

PostDoc Researcher

Nano-Games for Cultural Heritage, ontologies, HCI

Spyros Kontogeorgakos

PhD Candidate

Emotional profiling through Games

Adamantia Batistatou

Associate Researcher

Designer and Cognitive Scientist

Giorgos Kougioumtzoglou

Associate Researcher

Virtual simulators and gamified experiences

Stavroula Papakosta

PhD Candidate

HCI, design and evaluation

Nikos Skiadas

Affiliate Member

Digital Games

Yannis Aggelakos


Graphics Specialist, Multidiscipline Designer

Marios Dejonai

Developer, Specialist

Digital games

Panagiotis Papadopoulos

Undergraduate Student

Immersive Technologies, Games

Lefteris Panagopoulos

Undergraduate student

Game Studies

George Angelopoulos

Associate Researcher

CS teacher, IoT, educational robotics