Panagiotis Pantazopoulos, PhD  

Senior Researcher, Technical Project Manager


Since January 2015 I have been with the Institute of Communication and Computer Systems (ICCS), Greece, working as a researcher and technical project manager affiliated with the i-SENSE group. My role amounts to the management of research projects and the contribution to the design and analysis of Intelligent Transport Systems applications.
In late 2008 I joined the
Advanced Networking Research Group (ANR group) and subsequently in 2009 I started working as a PhD student and research assistant under the supervision of Prof. Ioannis Stavrakakis (IEEE Fellow). My PhD dissertation mainly dealt with algorithmic issues of Internet content management as well as Network Science problems. Prior to being a research assistant I earned a 2-years MSc Degree in Control and Computing awarded jointly by the Physics and Informatics & Telecommunications department of the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens. For the MSc thesis I worked under the guidance of Prof. Ioannis Stavrakakis on modeling and evaluation of searching schemes for efficient content retrieval in peer-to-peer networks. I was awarded a BSc in Physics (with a major in Telecommunications) from the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens in 2004. I spent one year working towards the BSc Thesis with Dr. V. M. Stathopoulos (now with ADAE) in the Intelligent Communications and Broadband Networks Laboratory ECE NTUA, as a visiting student. The thesis, supervised by Prof. D. Reisis, studied object-oriented software design techniques for broadband Intelligent Networks.
As of 2017 I have been serving as an Associate Editor in the prestigious
IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium.

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