I am a Research Associate at the University of Cambridge. My research areas include mobile systems, vehicular networks and sensor networks. I am currently working on project FRESNEL trying to create a federated sensor network.
Sponsored by the UK's Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council.
Grant: EPSRC EP/G069557/1 Project dates: January 2010 - December 2012
In 2002 I received a BSc in Computer Science from
the University of Ioannina.
My final Dissertation concerned Parallel and High-Performance Computing. With my fellow-student George Tzoumas we have implemented OMPi, a fully operational “C compiler with OpenMP 2.0 extensions”.
In 2004 I received MSc in Computer Systems with
Distinction from the same Department.
My final thesis concerned Distributed/Peer-to-Peer systems. My Thesis was entitled “Mobility and Updates in Peer-to-Peer Networks”.
In 2009 I received PhD in Computer
Science from University College
My thesis was entitled: "A Content Dissemination Framework for Vehicular Networking".
From September 2009 I am a Research associate at University of Cambridge.
My main interests are in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks (MANET) :
- Privacy on mobile phones
- Social Networks
- Mobile Systems
- Mobility and Location-based Services
- Android OS (Applications/OS Modifications)
- Context Awearness
- Mobility Modeling (Human/Vehicular)
- Vehicular Networks
- Wireless/Ad-Hoc Communication
- Resource Discovery
- Publish/Subscribe Systems
- Sensor Networks
- Middleware for Mobile Computing
I am also interested in
- Distributed Systems
- Peer-to-Peer Systems
- Distributed Databases
- Parallel Systems/Algorithms
- Software Engineering
- Algorithmic Design and Complexity Analysis.
Some of my Hobbies/Interests are:
- Driving (I like watching Formula 1 and I also like Go-Carts)
- Ski / Swimming / Biking
- RadioAmateur (Member of Metropolitan Wireless Networks TWMN, MPWN, AWMN)
- Reading Books
- Computer-related (I like writing at many computer-related forums and playing computer games)
Last modified: 21 Nov 2010