Final ADVANTAGE Training event.
I received the Diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens and the M.Sc. Degree in Wireless Systems from KTH, in 2011 and 2014 respectively. During the years 2013-2017, I held research positions both in the industry (Ericsson Eurolab and ABB Corporate Research) and academia (KTH and Aalborg University).
In 2014, I joined the Machine-to-Machine Communications Department at the Centre Tecnològic de Telecomunicacions de Catalunya while pursuing the Ph.D. degree in Signal Theory and Communications at the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. My research interests include random-access protocols and resource-allocation techniques with applications to smart energy and networked control systems.
M.Sc. in Wireless Systems, 2014
KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2011
National Technical University of Athens
One-day workshop on Integrating Communications, Control, and Computing Technologies for Smart Grid.
Working on random access schemes for massive machine-type communication.
The project aims to become a true enabler of V2X applications which are not perfectly realizable due to the limitations in current vehicular communications
An inter-disciplinary and inter-sectoral 4-year research project between power and communications engineering research and development communities.
EIT Activity in the Action Line “Smart Energy Systems” with the objective to evaluate and demonstrate how LTE technologies enable Smart Energy Applications.
Information and Communications Technologies for the Energy Sector, Smart Grids including Distributed Energy Resources integration, MicroGrids, Virtual Power Plants.
A visual content transmission based on QR codes is implemented for file transfer onboard an aircraft between two passengers who own Android smartphone devices.