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NameDr. Chrysostomos Chrysostomou
DepartmentComputer Science and Engineering
RankAssistant Professor
Email (@frederick.ac.cy)com.chc
OfficeLibrary Building 114
Home Pagehttp://staff.fit.ac.cy/com.chc

Dr. Chrysostomos Chrysostomou is currently an Assistant Professor at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Frederick University, Cyprus, and affiliated Senior Researcher at Frederick Research Center, Cyprus, since 2008. He is the Coordinator of the Computer Systems and Networks academic domain unit within the Department, and the Lead person of the Computer Networks Research Unit (CNetRU), as well as the Director of the Networks Laboratory (NETLAB). Dr. Chrysostomou has received a B.Eng. in Electronic & Electrical Engineering, with First Class Honours, and M.Sc. in Telematics (Telecommunications & Software), from the University of Surrey, U.K., in 1998 and 1999 respectively. He received the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in the area of Computer Networks, from the University of Cyprus, in 2006. Prior to his current appointment, he served in a number of positions in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Cyprus from September 1999 until September 2008. In particular, he worked as a research associate and a special scientist in several research projects, and further, he worked as a Special Teaching Staff, and also as a Visiting Lecturer. Dr. Chrysostomou actively serves as a member of several Technical Program Committees of international scientific conferences, and as a referee in international scientific journals and conferences. Moreover, he is involved in the organization of international conferences. Since 2001, he has been actively involved in several European (FP5, FP6, Interreg, Cost Actions) and National funded research projects. His research work has been published in more than 50 papers in international peer-reviewed scientific book chapters, journals, and conferences (more than 700 citations with h-index: 14, source: Google Scholar), and he has given presentations in various international scientific conferences. His research interests include Quality of Service provisioning in mobile/wireless networks, including Internet-of-Things architectures, communication technologies for smart systems, Device-to-Device (D2D) Communications in 5G Networks for energy and spectrum efficiency, cooperative multi-hop 5G D2D communication with energy harvesting capabilities for public safety networks. In addition, research work has been conducted in the mobility support in wireless sensor networks, in intelligent, QoS-aware mechanisms in vehicular ad hoc networks, and in the application of computer networking principles and techniques in the field of high performance computer architecture (network-on-chip architectures).

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