Thessaloniki, Greece, November 15, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- After 5 years of work experience in the field of data recovery, Greek laboratory Computer Systems announces the beginning of research project on data recovery methods. Starting on November 1st, the project is scheduled to be completed on July 2015. The project is overtaken by PHD Electrical and Computer Engineer Konstantinos Karadamoglou who will be supported by the skilled engineers and technicians of the laboratory. The project will be completed in the facilities of Computer Systems laboratories. The research team will study all current data recovery methods and will try to improve them and develop an improved method which will cover needs in data recovery from applications like tablets, smartphones etc. Computer Systems laboratories accept donations of damaged HDDs and other storage means for the needs of this research project. For more info please visit www.computer-systems.gr or send email to email@example.com. The budget of the project will be higher than 50.000 Euro and will be co-financed by the European Union and Greece - Operational Program 'Human Resources Development' - NSFR 2007-2013 - European Social Fund (General Secretariat for Research and Technology).