Bill Papantoniou

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Bill Papantoniou is Development & Planning Engineer at Halcor Metal Works S.A. and also works as an independent consultant. He holds a PhD in Industrial Engineering/Cognitive Ergonomics from the National Technical University of Athens. During 2004-2007 he was a lecturer of Ergonomics at the AKTO college, while in the meantime he supervised many NTUA diploma theses in the fields of cognitive ergonomics, human-computer interaction and usability engineering. His research interests include the design of Information Technology Systems, Cognitive Ergonomics, Pragmatism and Ethnographic approaches to analysis.

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Research & Projects

2002-2006 Ergonomic Design of Information Systems through a Pragmatic Approach.

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Papantoniou, B. (2007). Hidden aspects of the anaesthesia chart. Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing.

Papantoniou, B. (2006). Encyclopedia: Cognitive ergonomics. Retrieved January 6, 2007 from

Papantoniou, B., Marmaras, N. (2005). Investigating the anaesthesiologists' practice through externalist and internalist approaches, EACE2005, Chania, Greece.

Papantoniou, B., Marmaras, N. (2005). Joint Cognitive System: A Hybrid Approach in Short-term Prodution Scheduling (in Greek). 1st National Mechanical-Electrical Engineers Conference, Athens, Greece.

Papantoniou, B., Marmaras, N. (2004). The Ambiguous Status of a Tool: The Case of the Anaesthesia Chart. In Living and Working with Technology - Proceedings of the 12 th European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics, D. Reed, G. Baxter & M. Blythe (Eds.), EACE -INRIA, 2004, pp. 203-206.

Nathanael, D., Papantoniou, B. & Papageorgiou, D. (2003). ERP implementation and actual work practice in SMEs: a dialectic perspective. Presented in the 6 th SMESME Conference, Athens.

Papantoniou, B., Nathanael, D. & Marmaras, N. (2003). Moving Target: Designing for Evolving Practice. In Universal Access in HCI: Inclusive Design in the Information Society, C. Stefanidis (Eds.), Mahwah: Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc., Vol. 4, pp.474-478.

Nathanael, D., Marmaras, N. & Papantoniou, B. (2003). Designing for Proficient Users: Drawing from the Realities of Practice. In Human-Computer Interaction: Theory and Practice, J. Jacko & C. Stefanidis. (Eds.), Mahwah: Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc., Vol. 1, pp.183-187.

Papantoniou, B., Nathanael, D., Marmaras, N. & Zarboutis, N. (2002). 'Sociotechnical Systems Analysis: Which Approach should be followed?' Proceedings of the 11th European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics

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Bill speaks Greek (native speaker), English (fluent) and German (fluent).

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