Team


Academics


Fragkiskos Papadopoulos is an Assistant Professor of the Department of Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering and Informatics at Cyprus University of Technology (CUT). He was previously a Lecturer at the same department (2011-2015), and a visiting Lecturer at the Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Cyprus (2009-2010).    

 


Michael Sirivianos is an Assistant Professor of Computer Engineering and Informatics. He holds a PhD from Duke University since 2010. His  current research interests lie in the fields of trust-aware design of distributed systems, device-centric authentication, federated identity management, discrimination based on personal data, cybersafety, suppression of false information in the social web, and transactional workload scalability.    

 


Research Fellows


Costas Iordanou, is a Post-doctoral Researcher at NetSySci Research Laboratory, Cyprus University of Technology. His main research interest focuses on measuring the extent of targeted advertising taking place on the wired and wireless web, establishing causality between observed targeted advertisements and past browsing behavior, and developing tools and obfuscation techniques for preserving one’s privacy in view of the revealed targeted advertisement methods.


Nikos Salamanos is a Post-doctoral Researcher at NetSySci Research Laboratory, Cyprus University of Technology. His main research interests focus on central problems in complex network analysis, such as identifying influential/central nodes, graph sampling and link prediction.  

 

 


Kostantinos Papadamou is a PhD student / Special Scientist C from Cyprus University of Technology , under the supervision of Prof. Michael Sirivianos. In 2014 and 2016 he received respectively the BSc and MSc degrees in Computer Engineering from Cyprus University of Technology.  

 


Aristodemos Paphitis is a part time PhD student in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering and Informatics at Cyprus University of Technology, under the supervision of Prof. Michael Sirivianos.    

 

 

 


Marco Antonio Rodriguez Flores, PhD student / Special Scientist C

   

 

 


Theodoros Christophides is a Special Scientist C / Project Manager at NetSySci Research Laboratory, Cyprus University of Technology. He graduated with a BEng (Hons) Telecommunications and Computer Networks Engineering from London South Bank University. He continued his studies and obtained an MSc in Telecommunications and Computer Networks Engineering with Distinction.

 


Petros Papagiannis is a Research Software Engineer at NetSySci Research Laboratory, Cyprus University of Technology. Plus he is an MSC student under the supervision of Prof. Michael Sirivianos. 

 

 


Markos Charalambous is an MSc student / Post-graduate Researcher from Cyprus University of Technology. In 2018 he received the BSc degree in Computer Science from the Frederick University of Cyprus.

 

 


Pantelitsa Leonidou is an MSc student / Post-graduate Researcher at NetSySci Research Laboratory. In 2019 she received her BSc in Computer Science from University of Cyprus.

 

 


Former Post-doctoral Researchers


 

 

 

Constantinos Psomas, is a Research Fellow at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the deputy director of the IRIDA Research Centre for Communication Technologies at the University of Cyprus. His research interests lie in the broad area of wireless communications with particular focus on the mathematical modeling and analysis of Wireless powered communications, Full-duplex radio, Cooperative networks.

   

 


Former Post-graduate Researchers


Savvas Zannettou is a Post-doctoral Researcher at Max Planck Institute for Informatics (MPI-INF), working under the guidance of Prof. Anja Feldmann and Prof. Krishna Gummadi. He got a PhD from the Cyprus University of Technology under the supervision of Prof. Michael Sirivianos. He is also a core member of the International Data-driven Research for Advanced Modeling and Analysis Lab (iDrama Lab). Furthermore, he is affiliated with the Network Contagion Research Institute (NCRI), a non-profit organization aiming to develop tools to counter online hate. 


Antonis Papasavva is a PhD Researcher at UCL. He is a Research Fellow with demonstrated experience in EU-funded projects after his contribution to the ReCRED and ENCASE projects as a Pilot administrator and Technical Lead respectively.