Team Members and Collaborators

- Dr. Christoforos Raptopoulos (Random graphs, stochastic processes).

- Gavrilis Filios (Sensor networks applications in green, smart buildings).

- Adelina Madhja (Rechargeable sensor networks).

- Dimitris Tsolovos (Wireless power transfer).

- Panagiotis Aleksandrou (IoT testbeds and systems).

- Ioannis Katsidimas (Wireless power transfer protocols).

- Michalis Drakoulelis (Virtual IoT testbeds).

- Pantelis Tzamalis (Mobile crowdsensing systems).

Past Students

- Dr. Theofanis Raptis (Rechargeable sensor networks). Was awarded his PhD in 2016. Now post-doctoral researcher at National Research Council, Institute of Informatics and Telematics, Italy.

- Dr. Constantinos Marios Angelopoulos (data aggregation in mobile sensor networks). Was awarded his PhD in 2013. Now Lecturer in the UK.

- Dr. Athanassios Kinalis (PhD Thesis: “Design, Simulation and Evaluation of Data Propagation Protocols in Wireless Sensor Networks”), 2009. Now in Amazon, Toronto.

- Dr. Dimitra Patroumpa (sink mobility in sensor networks). She was awarded her PhD in 2013. Now in industry.

- Dr. Georgios Mylonas (PhD Thesis: "Design, Simulation and Experimental Development of Data Propagation Protocols and Applications in Wireless Sensor Networks"), 2009. Now post-doctoral researcher at CTI.

- Christina Pavlopoulou (Feature extraction via mobile sensing). Now PhD student in the USA.

- Konstantinos Veroutis (IoT systems federation). Now in industry in Zürich.

- Maria Rapti (Feature extraction via mobile sensing). Now in industry in Zürich.

- Dionysios Efstathiou (mobile sensor networks). Started October 2009. Was awarded his MSc in 2011. Now in indrustry.

- Andreas Koutsopoulos (obstacle avoidance algorithms in sensor networks). Started October 2008. Was awarded his MSc in 2010. Now in indrustry.

- Charilaos Eftymiou (Design and Analysis of Energy Efficient Smart Dust Algorithms). Awarded his MSc Degree in December 2004.

Supervisor of more than 50 Diploma Theses at the Computer Engineering and Informatics Department. Several of these theses already led to research publications.

Post-doctoral researchers

- Dr Olivier Powell, University of Geneva (2006-2007).

- Dr Ioannis Chatzigiannakis (2002-2007).

Visiting researchers

- Dr Luminita Moraru, University of Geneva, (2008-2009).

- Dr Olivier Powell, University of Geneva, (2006-2007).

- Rocio Arroyo-Valles, University Carlos III de Madrid, Spain (2008).