Faculty Member


 

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NameDr. Andreas Constantinides
DepartmentComputer Science and Engineering
RankLecturer
Email (@frederick.ac.cy)com.ca
OfficeCyta Building 110
Home Pagehttp://mdl.frederick.ac.cy/Profile/akonst/

Andreas Konstantinidis (PhD) is currently a Lecturer of Computer Science and Engineering, the director of the Mobile Devices Laboratory (MDL - http://mdl.frederick.ac.cy/) and the director of the MSc in Web and Mobile Systems at Frederick University. He holds a PhD in Computer Science and Engineering and a MSc (Distinction) in Computer and Information Networks from the School of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering, of University of Essex, UK, a BSc (Honors) in Engineering and Informatics with specialization in Computer Engineering from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary and a Higher National Diploma in Electrical Engineering from the Higher Technical Institute, Cyprus. His research work focuses on Mobile Computing and Smart Systems, as well as on Multi-Objective Optimization using Heuristic and Meta-heuristic techniques with specialization in Evolutionary Computation. His work is published in esteemed academic journals and presented in international conferences. Dr. Konstantinidis is a referee/external assessor for several scientific journals including the IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation, IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, ACM Transactions on Mobile Computing, ACM Transactions on Internet Technologies. He also served in the program committees of several scientific conferences including the IEEE Global Communications Conference, IEEE Mobile Data Management and IEEE International Conference on Communications. Dr. Konstantinidis is also participating/participated in several national and EU funded projects such as the H2020 “GrowMeUp” project, the 7th Framework Program “Miraculous Life” project and other projects of Just, Life and RPF Cyprus. He is the coordinator, principal/co-principal investigator of four (4) research projects with over 1.5 million Euro. Moreover, Dr. Konstantinidis has established several collaborations with software companies and organizations securing in this way various industrial grants, such as the Microsoft Open Government Data Initiative Grant, as well as several public procurement. The MDL laboratory that Dr. Konstantinidis is directing has an extensive profile of national and international technology transfer activities to the industry including Polar Effect (Netherlands), MTN Telco (Cyprus), CYTA Telco (Cyprus), NetInfo (Cyprus), Microsoft (Cyprus-Malta), etc.

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