Nikos Dimitriou holds a Diploma degree in electrical and computer engineering from the National Technical University of Athens, Greece (1996), an M.S. degree with distinction in mobile and satellite communications from the University of Surrey, United Kingdom (1997), and a Ph.D. degree from the same University (2000). During that period his work was focused on radio resource management issues and techniques for next-generation mobile multimedia communication systems (UMTS, W-CDMA). He participated in projects related to traffic modeling and network dimensioning for UMTS and GPRS (led by Ericsson and One2One), worked as an MSc tutor and supervised various MSc projects. Since 2001, he has been working in the National Kapodistrian University of Athens and specifically in the Institute of Accelerating Systems and Applications (IASA), as a Senior Research Associate, coordinating the involvement of the institute in several EU-IST projects such as ADAMAS (ADAptive Multicarrier Access System), WIND-FLEX (Wireless INDoor FLEXible Modem Architecture), SATIN (SATellite UMTS Ip Network), STINGRAY (Space Time CodING for Adaptive ReconfigurAble Systems), and in the Network of Excellence in Wireless Communications (NEWCOM). His research is focused on crosslayer optimization techniques for next-generation flexible wireless systems.
Biography Updated on 19 April 2005