The Computer Center of the School of Chemical Engineering started its operation on May 1995, following the initiatives of the Head of School V. Papageorgiou (P) and the Vice Chairman M. Assael (AP), as well as with the help of S. Paras (P), the student Z. Gallis, and M. Brindakis (TP). From February 2009, the School has gained a second computer center, by the initiatives of the Head of School G. Sakellaropoulos and Vice Chairman M. Assael.
Today, CC is fully equipped with 59 up to date PCs (30 in A και 29 in B). Every PC has TFT 15″ or 19″ screen, while there’s a projector and a sound system installed in every room, used for academical needs.
More specifically, computers’ technical features are:
– 29 Intel® Core™ i3 
– 29 Pentium Core i5  
Computer Center B’ is used only for courses, while Computer Center A’ is open to students and operates by a voluntary team of students and by assistance of Special Teaching fellows.
The valuable help of D. Zacharopoulos, K. Kakosimos and A. Kanaris for the Computer Center operation during all past years must also be referred.


Professor M. I. AssaelComputer Center
Stamatis TzelepisManagement, operation and update of Computer

Installed Software

PCs of the Computer Centers are equipped with all needed tools and software that are needed by students during their studies. All computers operate in Windows 10 professional edition environment, have direct and fast Web access and have a CD drive. Computer management server operates in Windows Server 2008 R2 x64 software.

The software is updated regularly in order to fulfil the needs of students and technological evolutions. Specifically, the following are included in the main installed software:

For Internet use (web, ftp and email) Google Chrome, Internet Explorer 8 and Mozilla Firefox 3.6. are installed.

Microsoft Visio 2013:
Designing program for flow charts, organising, programming, charts of building structures, logical charts etc.

SolidWorks :
Software of parametric mechanical design of simple and complex objects featuring the ability of simulating their behavior with the use of finite elements.

Aspen Plus :
Software of installations process simulation by simultaneous solution of mass and energy balances and equilibrium equations.

Comsol Multiphysics 4.0a:
Software of process simulation by solution of mass, heat and momentum transfer equations with the use of finite elements.

Fortran Powerstation 4.0:
Fortran programming language environment.

Matlab 17.0:
Software for mathematical calculations, data analysis, charts, algorithms, simulation and modeling.

AUth I.T.C. offers, in cooperation with Microsoft, to members of  academical  community (students and teaching faculty), via the software distribution program of MSDN Academic Alliance (MSDNAA), the ability of gaining

Microsoft full software for free. As a member, the Department can install software in labs, but also faculty and students can install software in their PCs.

During academical year, according to needs and requirements of students, seminars take place at the Computer Centers, which are attainable by all under-graduate and/or post-graduate School’s student.

Computer Centers are equipped with CD Writers, which can be used by the School’s students.

Computer Centers are equipped with laser printers, where every student can print assignments, articles etc.( up to 15 pages per time – pages are not provided)

Students of all academical years can participate in the Computer Center A’ operating team. No special knowledge of computers is needed but spirit for learning and contribution. For more info and showing of interest you can contact on a daily basis:




For the proper operation of the Computer Centers, users are asked to follow certain rules.
Use of the Computer Center is allowed only to students of the School of Chemical Engineering.
Students need to write down, in presence of CC person in charge, name, time οf stay, kind of work, PC number.
Only one user is allowed per PC. In certain cases, after the concert with the person in charge, presence of second person is allowed.
Any problem is referred directly to the person in charge.
Smoking is prohibited.
The person in charge isn’t obliged to offer help concerning software usage, or to assignment elaboration.
Silence is mandatory. Computer use in a way that disturbs other users, or in a way that offends public decency, is prohibited. Inappropriate behavior is referred, resulting in any consequences.
Foods and drinks are prohibited.


Operators of Computer Center A

The Computing Center A operates under the voluntary supervision of 16 students. They ensure the proper operation of the centre, as well as the observance of the general operating regulations. Computer Center operators have priority in seminars held during the academic year and receive a formal certificate of their contribution.

New members

Students of all years of the department  can participate in the Computer Center’s working group. It does not require strong computer literacy but an appetite for learning and contributing. For more information and expression of interest, please contact us daily: Mr. Stamatis Tzelepis, email:

Operation hours Computer Center A

The Computer Center is open from Monday to Friday from 10.00-17.00. It operates with the voluntary assistance of students of the department and members of the department


For more information about the Computing Center program, you can contact us daily with: Mr. Stamatis tzelepis email: