Mr. Christophoros Kronis
Postgraduate Associate

Mr. Christophoros Kronis

Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering and Informatics
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Short CV
Christophoros Kronis holds a MSc in Web and Mobile Systems of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Frederick University and a BSc in Computer Engineering from the Frederick University. He is also a postgraduate associate for the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Frederick University. He runs the laboratories for Mobile & Ubiquitous Computing and Applications, Software Methodology, Circuit Analysis, Object Oriented Programming and Programming Principles classes. Christophoros Kronis is a computer programmer responsible for developing and maintaining software, databases and web pages for Frederick University. Christophoros Kronis was a Microsoft Student Partner (MSP) and since 2012 has given various talks in the annual Microsoft Cyprus Workshop in regards to Windows Phone, Windows, Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and Azure development. Christophoros Kronis was the supervisor of a four people team that won the local Imagine cup finals, the online semi-finals and competed in the world finals of Imagine Cup 2015 at Seattle. Christophoros Kronis has the IT Essentials: PC Hardware and software certificate from Cisco Networking Academy. He was top of his class in the 2011 Erasmus Intensive Programme in Secure Web Applications that was held in Wales. His research work focuses on Mobile Computing and Artificial Intelligence. His work is published in the IFIP Artificial Intelligence Applications & Innovations (AIAI'13) with title Human-Like Agents for a Smartphone First Person Shooter Game using Crowdsourced Data. Christophoros Kronis is also the laboratory assistance and main developer of the Mobile Devices Laboratory (MDL) at Frederick University founded in 2012 and sponsored by Microsoft Cyprus and the Cyprus Telecommunications Authority (CYTA). Since 2012 he has develop various smartphone application in every major smartphone platform (Windows Phone, Android and IOS). He participated in the local Microsoft Imagine Cup 2011 competition, won the 2012 local Microsoft Hackathon Competition, won the 2014 Microsoft online Windows 8.1 Developers Contest and won the 2016 youth awards.
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