Communication Systems Group

Dr. Panagiotis Georgopoulos

Panagiotis Georgopoulos

ETH Zürich
Dr. Panagiotis Georgopoulos
Inst. f. Techn. Informatik u. K.
ETZ G 60.1
Gloriastrasse 35
8092 Zuerich

Phone: +41 44 632 74 61



*** NEWS January 2016 *** : With Prof. Plattner's retirement our CSG group was officially dissolved. I took this opportunity and decided to move to Swisscom Innovations as a Senior Innovations Engineer working in the area of Internet of Things (IoT)!

During my ETH post, I was a Senior Researcher and Lecturer at the Communications Systems Group headed by Prof. Dr. Bernhard Plattner at the Computer Engineering and Networks Laboratory, part of the Information Technology and Electrical Engineering Department at ETH Zurich.

I was also partly affiliated with the SDN group headed by Dr. Nicholas Race at Lancaster University.

My research on the GN3plus GEANT EU FP7 research project focused on carrying out a cross-site evaluation of an OpenFlow-assisted Video-on-Demand Distribution Service. This continued my postdoctoral work on the OFELIA EU FP7 research project where we developed an OpenFlow-assisted in-network caching service for VoD.

My PhD research at Lancaster University (UK) focused on how to provide Security, AAA and Privacy for Mobile Hosts and Mobile Networks.

I lectured and supervised BSc and MSc students' thesis related to the aforementioned research areas. I was also actively engaged in academic and industry research groups and open source communities developing software in the topics that follow.

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