I was born in August 1981 in Athens, Greece, and I grew up in a small town called Nafplio.
I received my Ph.D from the Department of Informatics, Athens University of Economics and Business, in June 2009.
I worked as a research associate at the Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge, and since October 2013, I have been a Lecturer in Computer Science at the School of Engineering and Informatics, University of Sussex.
I am a member of the Foundations of Software Systems (FoSS) research group.
My University profile is here.
I am always interested in supervising talented students who want to do a PhD at the University of Sussex (Brighton is also an excellent place to live). We sometimes offer scholarships to exceptional students. Feel free to send me unofficial enquiries about PhD topics but you need to officially apply here.
InnovateUK KTP with Moogsoft Ltd., 2018
This project is about the development of a mathematical framework, and a computational implementation that can run on commodity hardware, for the efficient and scalable calculation of the metrics associated with the logical and physical graphs inherent in IT infrastructures.
Sussex Research Development Fund (RDF), 2015
This project built on existing, community-driven work on packet-level network simulations, in order to develop a platform for experimenting with network protocols in simulated data centre topologies.
A liquid system should ideally allow resources including bandwidth, storage and processing to be used by any application, whether they are contributed by network operators, data centre operators or end systems. In today’s Internet resource pools have limited scope and the net result is inefficient utilization of resources. Enabling Internet liquidity effectively creates “communicating vessels”, enabling larger resource pools and allowing applications to discover idle resources and use them. The main objective of Trilogy 2 is to unlock the value inherent in joining up the pools of liquidity in the Internet.
PURSUIT - Pursuing a pub/sub Internet
Design and Implementation of an Information-centric Network Architecture - Blackadder is the name of the open source prototype which has been developed in the context of PURSUIT.
EIFFEL Support Action
The EIFFEL initiative is a Support Action (SA) proposed for the 7th Framework Programme (FP7). The EIFFEL SA is all about mobilizing European researchers to discuss and debate on the future of the Internet towards the development of the future networked society.
"PENED 2003", financed by the Greek Secretariat of Research and Technology (GSRT) 2006-2009.
This project funded my research during my Ph.D.
This project involved the design and supervision of the development of optical fibre metropolitan networks in three Greek islands (Chios, Samos and Mitilini). The MANs provide interconnection for the local networks of various public institutions (healthcare, administration, cultural). I was also involved in project management activities and coordination tasks. The project was funded by the Greek Information Society.Member of a Consulting Committee for the Greek General Secretariat of Sports, Greek Ministry of Culture, 2006-2008.
I was member of a consulting committee for the Greek General Secretariat of Sports. Our goal was the design of a nationwide access management and ticketing system for the Greek football league. The proposed design involves the installation of a local network, turnstiles (with integrated ticket readers and Ethernet connectivity) and surveillance cameras in all Greek football stadiums.