Thomi Pilioura

Thomi Pilioura

Ph.D. Candidate
Email: thomi -at- di.uoa.gr
Department of Informatics and Telecommunications
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (NKUA)

Education

  • September 1999 - now: Ph.D. Candidate at the Department of Informatics & Telecommunications, NKUA (Supervisor: Professor Aphrodite Tsalgatidou)
  • Octomber 1997 - July 1998: M.Sc. in Information Systems at the Department of Computer Science, University of Geneva
  • September 1991 - December 1995: Degree Diploma at the Department of Informatics & Telecommunications, NKUA
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Working Experience

  • October 2000 - now: Programmer-Analyst at the Department of Informatics, National Bank of Greece
  • April 2000 - October 2000: Research assistant at the Department of Informatics, University of Athens
  • September 1999 - Mars 2000: Research assistant at the Network Management Center, University of Piraeus
  • September 1996 - July 1999: Research assistant at the Department of Informatics, University of Geneva.
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Publications

    2006

  1. M. Pantazoglou, A. Tsalgatidou, G. Athanasopoulos, T. Pilioura:
    A Unified Approach towards the Discovery of Web and Peer-to-Peer Services,
    Short paper accepted in the IEEE International Conference on Web Services (ICWS 2006),
    September 18-22, 2006, Chicago, USA
  2. D. Vassilopoulos, T. Pilioura, A. Tsalgatidou:
    Distributed Technologies CORBA, Enterprise JavaBeans, Web Services: A Comparative Presentation,
    in Proceedings of 14th Euromicro International Conference on Parallel, Distributed and Network based Processing,
    February 15-17 2006, Montbeliard-Sochaux, France, pp. 280-284
  3. 2005

  4. T. Pilioura, S. Hadjiefthimiades, A. Tsalgatidou,M.Spanoudakis:
    Using Web Services for Supporting the Users of Wireless Devices,
    accepted for publication in Decision Support Systems, Elsevier Science, 2005
  5. 2004

  6. T. Pilioura, G.-D. Kapos, A. Tsalgatidou:
    PYRAMID-S: A Scalable Infrastructure for Semantic Web Service Publication and Discovery,
    in Proceedings of RIDE 2004, Boston, March 2004
  7. T. Pilioura, G.-D. Kapos, A. Tsalgatidou:
    A Scalable Infrastructure for Unified Publication and Discovery in Heterogeneous Service Registries,
    in Proceedings of CAISE 2004 Forum, June 2004, Riga, Latvia
  8. T. Pilioura, G.-D. Kapos, A. Tsalgatidou:
    Seamless Federation of Heterogeneous Service Registries,
    in Proceedings of EC-Web 2004, August/September 2004, Zaragoza, Spain
  9. 2003

  10. T. Pilioura, A. Tsalgatidou, A. Batsakis:
    Using WSDL/UDDI and DAML-S in Web Service Discovery,
    in Proceedings of WWW 2003 Workshop on E-Services and the Semantic Web (ESSW' 03), May 2003, Budapest, Hungary
  11. T. Pilioura, A. Tsalgatidou, S. Hadjiefthimiades:
    Scenarios of using Web Services in M Services,
    in ACM SIGecom Exchanges, special issue on Mobile Commerce, Vol.3, No.4, January 2003, (pp 28-36)
  12. 2002

  13. A. Tsalgatidou, T. Pilioura:
    An Overview of Standards and Related Technology in Web Services,
    in International Journal of Distributed and Parallel Databases, Special Issue on E-Services, 12(2): 135-162; Sep 2002
  14. 2001

  15. T. Pilioura, A. Tsalgatidou:
    The e-services revolution,
    in Proceedings of 8th Panhellenic Conference in Informatics, 8-10 November 2001, Nicosia, Cyprus
  16. T. Pilioura, A. Tsalgatidou:
    E-services: Current Technology and Open Issues,
    in Proceedings of Technologies for E-Services 2001, September 2001, Rome, Italy
  17. 1998

  18. C. Arapis, D. Constantas, T. Pilioura:
    Design issues and alternatives for setting up real-time interactive Telelectures,
    in Proceedings of SAC98 ACM Symposium on Applied Computing,
    February 27 - March 1, 1998, Marriott Marquis, Altanta, Georgia, U.S.A
  19. Technical Reports

  20. K. Taha and T. Pilioura:
    Agent Naming and Locating: Impact On Agent Design,
    in Trusted Objects, Centre Universitaire dInformatique, University of Geneva, edited by D. Tsichritzis, July 1999
  21. T. Pilioura and C. Arapis:
    Tele-training: Open Issues And Current Technology,
    in Trusted Objects, Centre Universitaire dInformatique, University of Geneva, edited by D. Tsichritzis, July 1999
  22. T. Pilioura:
    Electronic Payment Systems on Open Computer Networks: A Survey,
    in Electronic Commerce Objects, Centre Universitaire dInformatique, University of Geneva, edited by D. Tsichritzis, July 1998
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Projects

  1. P2P Architect
    The aim of this project was the definition and implementation of a tool-supported methodology for ensuring at the architectural level that dependability requirements of P2P applications are met.
  2. CBSENet
    Network of Excellence for Component-based Development. CBSEnet was a network Network of Excellence which aimed to a) create a European-wide forum for the exchange of information between researchers and developers working in the area of CBSE; b) suggest how CBSE technologies could improve software engineering processes in different domains and to propose future research requirements for development and deployment of CBSE technologies.
  3. Development of an Integrated Network of Voice and Data
    The aim of this project was the development of a network and telecommunication infrastructure at the University of Piraeus, the management of active and passive elements of voice and data networks, the web administration and the provision of modern network services and advanced applications in telematics. This project was funded by the Greek government.
  4. EYDOXOS In-service Education for educators of the Eastern Aegian islands
    The aim of this project was the development of a distant learning system for the in-service education of teachers in the secondary schools. Two different models of distant education was implemented in the scope of this project: (1) a model of synchronous communication between learners and teachers based on the bi-directional transmission of learning material, video and sound, (2) a model of asynchronous communication between learners and teachers based on the Web technologies. This project was funded by the Greek government.
  5. Real Time Interactive Tele-lectures
    This project aimed at the development of a system for the support and the management of real-time interactive tele-lectures.
  6. HyperNews
    The HyperNews project aimed at developing an electronic newspaper environment based on agent technology for the WWW. This environment would offer the information providers of newspapers, magazines and alike the means to commercialize electronically the information they hold under similar commercial conditions as the printed versions. It would also offer the information consumers the means to reduce the time spent in retrieving the information for which they have expressed interest without being tied to a specific information provider. This project was funded by the Swiss government (SPP-ICS Project, 5003-45332).
  7. SmartPay
    The aim of the SmartPay project was the development of a payment mechanism that would fit for normal payments as well as Internet payments. To satisfy both demands, it was obvious that the resulting scheme would use off-line authorisation for the payments, as otherwise it couldnt be used efficiently at kiosks or inside taxis, which dont necessarily have any online connection to their bank for each transfer. This project was funded by the Swiss government (SPP-ElCom Project, 5003-54557).
  8. Distributed Rehearsal
    This project was part of the more general program Distributed Video Production, that was funded by the European Commission (EU ACTS, AC089). This project targeted in developing a telepresence environment for the support of Distributed Rehearsals. These rehearsals could be theater rehearsals or musical rehearsals. The aim of the distributed rehearsal application was to allow the organization of rehearsals without requiring the participants (actors, musicians, conductors etc.) to be physically in the same room, eliminating thus the need to travel from one city to another for participating in the rehearsal.
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