I hold a 5-year diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering (2009), an MSc in Computer Networks and Security (2011), and a PhD in Computer Networks (2015); all from Democritus University of Thrace, Xanthi, Greece. The title of my PhD thesis is "Towards a Future Internet Architecture: Protocols and Support Mechanisms" (more details here).
Over the past seven years, I have participated in eight multi-partner R&D projects, funded by the European Commission, the European Space Agency and the Greek government, having been frequently assigned the role of Task and Technical Leader. During the summer of 2011, I also served as a visiting researcher at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, investigating issues related to Delay-/Disruption-Tolerant Networking (DTN).
Currently, I am an associate member of InterSys Lab and I hold a postdoc research fellow position at Athena RIC, where I am involved in the "Universal, Mobile-Centric and Opportunistic Communication Architecture (UMOBILE) research project.
My expertise lies mainly in the area of Delay-/Disruption-Tolerant Networks (DTNs). In particular, I have worked extensively with the Interplanetary Overlay Network (ION) software distribution by Jet Propulsion Laboratory and IBR-DTN software distribution by Braunschweig University. I am also an active contributor to the open-source ION software community by developing and maintaining the Bundle Streaming Service Framework.
Apart from those contributions, I have also published a substantial amount of work in the areas of network queue management and distributed data dissemination architectures. My research interests also include network modelling, network data engineering, wireless sensor networks, social networking, network security, ubiquitous networking, Internet of Things, future Internet technologies and network data science.
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Democritus University of Thrace
Elec & Comp Eng Department
Building A’, Ground floor, Office 3
GR 671 00 Xanthi