He has graduated from a BEng (Hons) Telecommunications and Computer Networks Engineering at London South Bank University and he continued his studies at the same university and became holder of the Title MSc Telecommunications and Computer Networks Engineering with Distinction.
He is a Qualified Associate Member of ETEK, CISCO, ICT, UNICERT and ECDL Certified Training Professional (CTP). He is highly motivated and passionate in the Telecommunication and Computer Network field and he is ready to gain a lifelong learning experience that would liaise with his work environment.He also has experience as Project Manager with working on EU-funded projects called ReCRED and ENCASE and he wants to build a good environment that can have a significant impact in his organisation and Cyprus community. Implementing and developing new innovative ideas that his coworkers can work as well as adding value into the organisation and the Cyprus community through the projects assigned.
He is a professional member of the Cyprus Engineering Council ETEK in the areas of Electronic Engineering and Information Technology Engineering. In addition, he is a Qualified Associate Member of Cyprus Computer Society.
Apart from these, he is a Teacher in higher education in the area of Technology and Computer Engineering and also an ECDL, ICT and CISCO qualified trainer.
His research interests include social networks analysis and deep learning. He also has experience as Project Manager with working on EU-funded projects called ReCRED and ENCASE.Also his research experiences focuses on Electronic Communications. In his degree thesis he worked on the development of a wireless communication channel and control of robots. The research aimed at developing a program on the operator’s computer which could accept input data and simulate the movements of the robot on the computer screen. A second program developed on another, independent computer at some distance from the first computer, was accepting the commands wireless, by using Bluetooth Technology.
Initially the system was used to transfer simple data. In a second stage, however, the system was used for power transfer systems, taking into account the transfer of mass, length, power, torque, moment of inertia, speed, acceleration, etc.
During his postgraduate studies he chose for his dissertation research a topic in the telecommunications sector, in cooperation with the Cyprus Telecommunications Authority (CYTA). He studied and researched the electromagnetic radiation emitted from Base Transmission Stations (BTS) used by CYTA mobile telephony. He conducted research on BTS in Limassol and Paphos districts and prepared reports, which are required by the European Union and which have to take place every six months at each BTS. He also investigated the relationship of the electromagnetic radiation emitted at the same point from the BTS and a mobile phone without using hands free.