Alexandros Osana


Alexandros works for Innora, a robotics deep R&D company situated in Athens, Greece. A recent graduate of the University of Patras with a Dipl. Ing in Electrical Engineering and fresh from a brief stay at ETH Zurich for his senior thesis. His senior thesis investigated the optimal area of coverage using a robotic swarm. His varied activities include business development to machine vision algorithms and control systems design. He has co-authored and coordinated the preparation of multiple European grant proposals for large international projects. His core academic interests lie in autonomous robotics, while AI and machine learning come in a close second.


Alexandros joined IEEE during his early undergraduate years, back in 2012. He has served IEEE as a local student volunteer, Section Student Representative for the Greece Section, Region 8 Student Branch Chapter coordinator, liaison between Region 8 Action for Industry Committee and Greece Section. He is very interested in topics involving sustainable development and in May 2015, along with Region 8 director Costas Stasopoulos, formed the first Region 8 humanitarian activities committee, which he presently chairs. One of Alexandros’ ambitions is to see IEEE Humanitarian Activities grow rapidly within the vast area of Region 8, with engineers becoming more and more aware and sensitive to community needs. Alexandros is an amateur piano and tennis player.