DIRECTOR – PROFESSOR
Mobile and Satellite Communication Systems
Dr Demosthenes Vouyioukas received the five-year Diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), and the Ph.D. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from NTUA, in 1996 and 2003 respectively. He has also received a Joint Engineering-Economics M.Sc. from NTUA. From 1996 to 2003 he has been a scientific researcher, and from 2003 to 2005 he was a senior researcher at the Mobile Radiocommunications Laboratory of NTUA, where he has been engaged to several European and National Projects. From 2005 to 2006, he was with the Hellenic Aerospace Industry at the Department of Satellite Communications. Ηe is currently Professor and Director of the Computer and Communication Systems Laboratory in the Department of Information and Communication Systems Engineering, University of the Aegean, Greece, where he served as an adjunct lecturer (2004-2010), an Assistant Professor (2010-2016) and an Associate Professor (2016-2020). He also serves as a scientific coordinator in several R&D projects.
PROFESSOR – VICE RECTOR
Charalabos SKIANIS is currently Professor in the Department of Information and Communication Systems at the University of the Aegean in Samos, Greece. He holds a PhD degree in Computer Science, University of Bradford, United Kingdom and a BSc in Physics, Department of Physics, University of Patras, Greece. His current research activities take upon Novel Internet Architectures and Services, Cloud Computing & Networking, Energy & Context aware Next Generation Networks and Services, management aspects of mobile and wireless networks, ubiquitous and pervasive computing and End-to-End Quality of Service provisioning in heterogeneous networks environment. He has been actively working on the area of computer and communication systems performance modeling and evaluation where he has introduced alternative methodologies for the approximate analysis of certain arbitrary queuing network models. He is also keen in traffic modeling and characterization, queuing theory and traffic control of wired and wireless telecommunication systems. His work is published in journals, conference proceedings and as book chapters and has also been presented in numerous conferences and workshops. He acts within Technical Program and Organizing Committees for numerous conferences and workshops (e.g., IFIP Networking, symposium chair for several IEEE Globecom and IEEE ICC conferences) and as a Guest Editor for scientific journals (e.g., IEEE Networks magazine). He is at the editorial board of journals (e.g., IEEE Wireless Communications, IEEE Communications Magazine, IEEE Surveys & Tutorials, Ad hoc Networks), a member of pronounced professional societies (senior member of IEEE) and an active reviewer for several scientific journals. He is an active member of several Technical Committees within the IEEE ComSoc (e.g., vice chair for the CSIM technical committee, vice chair for Information Infrastructure technical committee), member of the education board of IEEE ComSoc, and member of IEEE BTS; IEEE TVT and IEEE CS. He has acted as Technical Manager for ICT FP7 VITAL++ project and representative for the University on ICT FP7 HURRICANE project. He is currently project coordinator for ICT FP7 PASSIVE project.
George Kormentzas was born in Athens, Greece on 1973. He received the Diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Ph.D. in Computer Science both from the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), Greece, in 1995 and 2000, respectively. His research interests are in the fields of traffic analysis, network control, resource management and quality of service in broadband networks. He has published extensively in the fields above, in international scientific journals, edited books and conference proceedings. He is a member of pronounced professional societies, an active reviewer and guest editor for several journals and conferences and EU-evaluator for Marie Curie Actions. George Kormentzas has participated in a number of national and international research projects at FP5 (i.e., CREDO) and FP6 (i.e., ENTHRONE) programmes, serving in some instances as the project‟s technical representative for University of Aegean and/or as WP leader and/or as the project‟s Technical/Project Manager. Currently, he is the project manager of FP7-ICT-HURRICANE project, while he was the technical manager of FP6-IST-STREP UNITE project and co-chair of the FP6 B3GSA cluster.
Dr. C. Mesaritakis acquired his diplom, M.Sc and Ph.D from National and Kapodistrian Univeristy of Athens (Greece). His Ph.D thesis focused on the experimental characterisation and numerical modeling of novel regimes of quantum dot mode locked lasers. He has participated as a researcher in 10 FP7 and Horizon2020 EU projects. He has been awarded three postdoctoral fellowships, among which is a EU-Marie-Curie Fellowship where he worked on laser telemetry in III-V Labs (France) and two national fellowships focusing on photonic neuromoprhic computing. In addition, he acts as technical manager of the NEoteRIC H2020 research project, focusing on photonic neuromoprhic systems for high speed imaging applications. Currently he is an associate professor at the department of Information and Communication Systems Engineering at the University of the Aegean, splitting his research interest among design/implement photonic machine learning systems for high bandwidth applications and photonic physical layer cryptographic modules.
Pervasive Computing System Architectures
Christos Goumopoulos is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Information and Communications Systems Engineering at Aegean University. He is also a cooperating professor in the Hellenic Open University in the Mobile and Pervasive Computing Systems postgraduate program. Since 1992 he has been involved as member or leader of scientific and technology teams in several EU-funded R&D projects. His research interests include pervasive computing system architectures, design and programming of pervasive computing systems, programming models and frameworks, middleware design, ontological knowledge representation, distributed systems, efficient resource scheduling systems, ambient assisted living systems and precision agriculture. He has more than 80 publications to his credit in international refereed journals, books and conferences (e.g. IEEE, ACM, Elsevier, Springer). He has more than 700 citations to his work yielding an h-index of 16. He has also organized international workshops, and served as a reviewer on international journal and conferences.
Hardware and Digital Systems
Emmanouil Kalligeros was born in Athens, Greece in 1976. He received his Diploma in Computer Engineering and Informatics in 1999, the M.Sc. degree in Computer Science and Technology in 2001, and the Ph.D. degree in embedded testing in 2005, all from the Computer Engineering and Informatics Department, University of Patras, Patras, Greece. After his military service (February 2005 – February 2006), he served as an adjunct lecturer at University of Patras (2006-2007), University of Peloponnese (2006-2007) and University of the Aegean (2007-2008). Since 2008, he is a faculty member at the Information and Communication Systems Engineering Department, University of the Aegean, Samos Island, Greece, where he currently holds an Assistant Professor position.
Dr. Kalligeros has published several scientific papers in refereed international journals and conferences. His main research interests include VLSI design and test, design for testability, CAD methodologies for VLSI testing, Built-In Self-Test (BIST), test-data compression, and Network-on-Chip (NoC) architectures. Most of his research results have been published in highly esteemed journals, like IEEE Transactions on Computers, IEEE Transactions on CAD of Integrated Circuits and Systems, and IEEE Transactions on VLSI Systems. Dr. Kalligeros regularly serves as an invited reviewer in highly accredited journals, like: IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems II, IEEE Transactions on CAD of Integrated Circuits and Systems, IEEE Transactions on VLSI Systems, Microelectronics Journal, Integration, the VLSI Journal, IET Computers and Digital Techniques. He was also a member of the technical program committee of the INA-OCMC 2013 workshop.
Dr. Kalligeros has been involved in several R&D projects and programs funded by national and European sources. Such programs are: the K. Karatheodori Scholarships Program (University of Patras – position: main researcher), PENED – Programme for the Enhancement of Research Manpower (European Union and Greek General Secretariat for Research and Technology – position: digital systems engineer), Pythagoras Program (European Social Fund – position: researcher), Pythagoras II Program (European Social Fund and national sources – position: postdoctoral researcher), Thales Program (European Social Fund and national sources – position: researcher, member of the main research team). Also, his research as a Ph.D. candidate was financially supported by the Public Benefit Foundation “Alexander S. Onassis”, via its scholarships programs.
Dr. Kalligeros has extensive teaching experience in the area of Digital Circuits and Systems Design. Specifically he has taught: Logic Design, Circuit Theory, Computer Architecture, Microelectronics, Introduction to VLSI, Microprocessors, Operating Systems, and VLSI Systems Design (graduate level) at the Information and Communication Systems Engineering Department, University of the Aegean, Computer Architecture I and II, and Introduction to VLSI at the Computer Engineering and Informatics Department, University of Patras, and Introduction to Hardware Description Languages (Verilog), Hardware Description Languages (VHDL) and Compilers Lab at the Computer Science and Technology Department, University of Peloponnese. In addition, he was a teaching assistant (when pursuing his Ph.D.) in the following laboratories, at the Computer Engineering and Informatics Department, University of Patras: Basic Electronics, Digital Electronics and Computer Architecture.
Dr. Kalligeros is a member of the IEEE and the Technical Chamber of Greece.
Digital Signal Processing
- PhD in Computer Engineering, University of Patras, Greece
- M.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA
- Diploma in Electrical Engineering, Univeristy of Patras, Greece
- Digital signal processing
- Signal detection and estimation
- Automatic control systems
- Modelling and simulation of discrete event dynamical systems
Cognitive Radio – ITS – Security
Dr. Konstantinos Maliatsos graduated from the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) in 2003. In 2003, he began his collaboration with the Mobile Radio Communications Laboratory of NTUA as a research engineer in various research projects. In 2005, he obtained the postgraduate degree in Business Administration (MBA) from the inter-university postgraduate program “Techno-Economic Systems” organized by the NTUA, the National Kapodistrian University of Athens and the University of Piraeus. He started working on his doctoral dissertation entitled “Transmission Techniques, Analysis and Design of Adaptive Cognitive Radio Systems”, which he successfully completed in 2011.
His current research interests include: information theory with emphasis on wireless communications, measurement and modeling of radio channels, vehicular communications (V2X), risk modeling in communications and information systems, cybersecurity controls, intelligent transport systems (ITS), Software Radios, Cognitive Radios, dynamic spectrum access techniques, advanced MIMO systems and the application of machine learning in telecommunications.
Dr. Dimitrios N. Skoutas is Assistant Professor at the Department of Information and Communication Systems Engineering (ICSE) of the University of the Aegean, Greece. He holds a PhD degree in Communication Networks and a Dipl.-Eng (5 years degree) in Electrical and Computer Engineering with major in Telecommunications.His research activities are currently focused on Next Generation Networks (i.e. Tactile Internet and 5G networks) and Quality of Service provisioning in heterogeneous networks environment. He has also been keenly working on the area of Resource Management and QoS Provisioning in Mobile and Wireless Broadband Networks where he has proposed several algorithmic and architectural optimizations. Part of his research has been conducted in the framework of European and National funded R&D projects (e.g. FP7-ICT-PASSIVE, FP6-IST-UNITE, ESF-NR ARCHIMEDES I). He serves at the editorial boards of Wireless Networks (Springer), Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking (EURASIP) and Internet Technology Letters (Wiley). Dr. Dimitrios N. Skoutas also acts within Technical Program and Organizing Committees for several conferences.