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Ing. Athanasios Podaras, Ph.D.

Ing. Athanasios Podaras, Ph.D. QR VCARD
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Publications

  1. A. Podaras, Data - Based Agricultural Business Continuity Management Policies, Information and Communication Technologies for Agriculture—Theme II: Data. Springer Optimization and its Applications, Vol. 183, Switzerland, Springer International Publishing, ISBN: 978-3-030-84148-5, 28 pages, [Online], 2021
  2. M. Zelenka, A. Podaras, Increasing the Effectivity of Business Intelligence Tools via Amplified Data Knowledge, Studies in Informatics and Control, Bucharest, National Institute for R&D in Informatics, ICI Bucharest, p. 67-77, 11 pages, ISSN: 1220-1766, n. 2, [Online], 2021
  3. A. Podaras, D. Nejedlová, P. Vrabcová, Multi-Hazard Risk Assessment Policies in the Agrarian Sector using Business Continuity Data, TEM JOURNAL - Technology, Education, Management, Informatics, Serbia, UIKTEN - Association for Information Communication Technology Education and Science, p. 627-638, 12 pages, ISSN: 2217-8309, n. 2, [Online], 2021
  4. A. Podaras, T. Žižka, D. Nejedlová, D. Kubát, A Business Intelligence Solution for Business Continuity and Safety Management in Public Universities, Ad Alta: Journal of Interdisciplinary Research, MAGNANIMITAS, p. 357-365, 9 pages, ISSN: 1804-7890, n. 2, [Online], 2020
  5. A. Podaras, Business Continuity Data Analysis for Key Business Functions in Dairy Farms and Cattle Feed Yard Industries, CEUR Workshop Proceedings, Thessaloniki,Greece, p. 500-509, 10 pages, ISSN: 1613-0073, [Online], 2020
  6. A. Podaras, K. Moirogiorgou, M. Zervakis, Regression-Based Recovery Time Predictions in Business Continuity Management: A Public College Case Study, Handbook of Research on Global Challenges for Improving Public Services and Government Operations, Pennsylvania, USA, IGI Global, ISBN: 978-1-79984-978-0, p. 380-408, 29 pages, [Online], 2020
  7. A. Podaras, Measuring the Accuracy Levels Regarding the Dual Business Function Criticality Classifier, IEEE Access, New Jersey,, IEEE-INST ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS INC, p. 41598-41606, 9 pages, ISSN: 2169-3536, n. 2018, 2018
  8. A. Podaras, D. Nejedlová, A Risk Management Framework for Business Continuity in Agriculture, 8th International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies in Agriculture, Food & Environment (HAICTA 2017), Greece,Chania, Crete,, CEUR-WORKSHOP PROCEEDINGS, p. 408-414, 7 pages, ISSN: 1613-0073, [Online], 2017
  9. A. Podaras, A Rules Based Decision Making Model for Business Impact Analysis: The Business Function Criticality Classifier, Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing, Switzerland, Springer International Publishing, 298, ISBN: 9783319681849, p. 111-124, 14 pages, ISSN: 1865-1348, [Online], 2017
  10. A. Podaras, D. Nejedlová, T. Žižka, Analyzing Business Process Requirements for a Software Based Execution of Business Continuity Tasks, Liberec Economic Forum 2017, Liberec, Technical University of Liberec, ISBN: 978-80-7494-349-2, p. 372-380, 9 pages, [Online], 2017
  11. A. Podaras, Conceptual Model of the BIA Data Warehouse, Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing, Switzerland, Springer International Publishing, 1, ISBN: 9783319681849, p. 125-133, 9 pages, ISSN: 1865-1348, [Online], 2017
  12. A. Podaras, T. Žižka, Requirement Analysis of Agile Information Systems and Business Processes: an Agricultural Case Study, Scientific Papers of the University of Pardubice, Series D: Faculty of Economics and Administration, Pardubice, University of Pardubice, Faculty of Economics and Administration, p. 110-122, 13 pages, ISSN: 1211-555X, n. 3, [Online], 2017
  13. A. Podaras, Risk Based Control of the Negative Effect of Discontinued Automated Processes – A Case from the Agricultural Domain, E M Ekonomie a Management, Liberec, Technical University of Liberec, 1, p. 251-261, 11 pages, ISSN: 1212-3609, n. 4, [Online], 2017
  14. A. Podaras, An ontological framework towards unplanned information system outages in organizations, Proceedings of the 28th International Business Information Management Association Conference - Vision 2020: Innovation Management, Development Sustainability, and Competitive Economic Growth, International Business Information Management Association, ISBN: 978-0-9860419-8-3, p. 3728-3734, 7 pages, [Online], 2016
  15. A. Podaras, Analysis of unexpected recovery factors and their impact on IT business continuity timeframes, Proceedings of the 27th International Business Information Management Association Conference - Innovation Management and Education Excellence Vision 2020: From Regional Development Sustainability to Global Economic Growth, IBIMA 2016, International Business Information Management Association, ISBN: 978-0-9860419-6-9, p. 2310-2318, 9 pages, [Online], 2016
  16. A. Podaras, T. Žižka, Business Continuity Points Software (Version 1), [Online], 2016
  17. A. Podaras, K. Antlová, J. Motejlek, Information management tools for implementing an effective enterprise business continuity strategy, E a M: Ekonomie a Management, Liberec, Czech Republic, Technical University of Liberec, p. 165-182, 18 pages, ISSN: 1212-3609, n. 1, [Online], 2016
  18. A. Podaras, Optimum classification method of critical IT business functions for efficient business impact analysis, 34th International Conference on Mathematical Methods in Economics, Liberec, Technical University of Liberec, ISBN: 978-80-7494-296-9, p. 693-698, 6 pages, 2016
  19. A. Podaras, D. Nejedlová, RM-BC:Risk Management Tool for Business Continuity, [Online], 2016
  20. A. Podaras, L. Turčok, Software application for calculation of the partnership efficiency in the inventory management, [Online], 2016
  21. A. Podaras, A 3-FACTOR Model Relating Communication To Risk Mitigation Of Extended Information System Failover, Journal of Media Critiques, 1, p. 93-105, 13 pages, ISSN: 2056-9793, n. 2, [Online], 2015
  22. A. Podaras, A Non-arbitrary Method for Estimating IT Business Function Recovery Complexity via Software Complexity, Advances in Enterprise Engineering IX, Germany, Springer International Publishing, 211, ISBN: 978-3-319-19296-3, p. 144-159, 16 pages, ISSN: 1865-1348, n. 9, [Online], 2015
  23. A. Podaras, A Software Based Transition from the Use Case Model into BORM Using the UCBTA PROJECTS VBA Tool, Interdisciplinary Scientific International Conference for PhD students and assistants, QUARE 2015, Hradec Králové, Česká republika, MAGNANIMITAS, 1, ISBN: 978-80-87952-10-8, p. 1336-1343, 8 pages, 2015
  24. A. Podaras, L. Turčok, A VBA Application for Dynamic Model with Movement of Stocks Absolutely Determined, Proceedings Of The 12th International Conference: Liberec Economic FORUM 2015, Liberec, Czech Republic, Technical University of Liberec, Faculty of Economics, 1, ISBN: 978-80-7494-225-9, p. 402-408, 7 pages, [Online], 2015
  25. A. Podaras, L. Turčok, A VBA Model for Calculating Partnership Efficiency, VIIIth International Conference on Applied Economics, Contemporary Issues in Economy, Under the Title “Market or Government?”, Torun, Poland, Adam P. Balcerzak, 1, ISBN: 978-83-937843-8-7, p. 597-609, 13 pages, 2015
  26. A. Podaras, D. Kubát, An Ontological Approach to Risk Mitigation of Long-Lasting Social Crisis Incidents through Communication, 23 rd Interdisciplinary Information Management Talks, Linz, Österreich, Doucek Petr, Chroust Gerhard, Oškrdal Václav, 1, ISBN: 978-3-99033-395-2, p. 31-38, 8 pages, 2015
  27. A. Podaras, J. Mrázek, T. Žižka, A Risk Analysis Method For The Determination Of The Extended Acceptable Timeframe Of Interruption In An Enterprises' Information System, System Approaches '14, Systems Thinking And Global Problems Of The World, 20th International Conference, Praha, University Of Economics, Prague, Publishing Oeconomica, ISBN: 978- 80-245-2074-2, p. 60;67, 2014
  28. A. Podaras, Analysis Of IT Business Process Requirements With A Finite Automaton Based Algorithm, International Journal of Scientific and Technology Research, Paris, A. Nayak, 6, p. 249;253, ISSN: 2277-8616, n. 3, 2014
  29. A. Podaras, Calculation of Unpredictable Time Deviation from Defined Enterprise Information System Recovery Effort in Emergency Situations, International Journal of Computer Science Issues, Mahebourg, Dr Tristan Vanrullen, 4, p. 80;83, ISSN: 1694-0784, n. 1, 2014
  30. T. Žižka, A. Podaras, Effective Dissemination of Emergency Information, IBIMA 2014: Crafting Global Competitive Economies: 2020 Vision Strategic Planning & Smart Implementation - Proceedings of the 24th International Business Information Management Association Conference, Milano, International Business Information Management Association (IBIMA), 1, ISBN: 978-0-9860419-3-8, p. 1697;1705, 2014
  31. T. Žižka, A. Podaras, Criticality Estimation of It Business Functions with the Business Continuity Testing Points Method for Implementing Effective Recovery Exercises of Crisis Scenarios, International Journal of Computer Science Issues, Mahebourg, International Journal of Computer Science Issues, 4, p. 248-256, 9 pages, ISSN: 1694-0784, n. 4, 2013
  32. T. Žižka, A. Podaras, Positionally Exclusive Broadcasting, AMBIENT 2013 - The Third International Conference on Ambient Computing, Applications, Services and Technologies, Porto, International Academy, Research, and Industry Association, 1, ISBN: 978-1-61208-309-4, p. 68-73, 6 pages, 2013
  33. A. Podaras, M. Papík, J. Moravec, Efficient transformation of use case main success scenario steps into bussiness object relation (BORM) diagrams for effective bussiness process requirement analysis, Ad Alta: Journal of Interdisciplinary Research, Praha, p. 86-88, 3 pages, ISSN: 1804-7890, n. 01, [Online], 2012
  34. V. Merunka, A. Podaras, Transformation of a use case main success scenario into business object relation modeling (borm) workflow diagram for effective business process requirement analysis - the greenhouse integrated pest management case study, 5th International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies for Sustainable Agri-Production and Environment, HAICTA 2011, Skiathos, CEUR-Workshop Proceedings, 1152, p. 397-408, 12 pages, ISSN: 16130073, 2011