Stathes P. Hadjiefthymiades
Stathes Hadjiefthymiades received his B.Sc. (with honours) in Computer
Science from the Department of Informatics at the University of Athens,
Athens - Greece in 1993 and his M.Sc. (with honours) in Computer Science
(Advanced Information Systems) from the same department in 1996. In 1999
he received his Ph.D. from the University of Athens (Department of
Informatics and Telecommunications). In June 2002 he received a Joint
Engineering-Economics M.Sc. degree from the National Technical University
of Athens. Since 1992, he was with the Greek consulting firm Advanced
Services Group, Ltd. (ASG, Ltd.), where he was extensively involved in
the design and implementation of telematic applications and services.
Since 1995, he has
been a member of the Communication Networks Laboratory of the University
of Athens. He has participated in numerous projects realised in the context
of EU Programs (ACTS, ORA, TAP, INFO2000, IST) as well as National
Initiatives (Telematique, RETEX, Mentor).
During the period Sept.2001-Jul.2002
he served at the University of Aegean, Dept. of Information and
Communication Systems Engineering as
a visiting Assistant Professor. He joined the faculty of Hellenic
Open University (Patras, Greece) on the summer of 2002 as an Assistant
Professor (on Computer Networks). Since December 2003 he
belongs to the Faculty of the Department of Informatics and Telecommunications,
University of Athens, where he is presently an Associate Professor
(on Large Scale Software Systems).
His research interests are in the
area of wireless/mobile/pervasive computing and networked multimedia
applications. He is the author of over 150 publications, in
international scientific journals, conferences and books, in the above areas.