University of Cyprus
Dept. of Computer Science

EPL 602: Foundations of Internet Technologies

Marios D. Dikaiakos

Spring 2011

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This course examines the underpinnings of Internet systems and services. It focuses on the basic principles that govern the design, development, and deployment of scalable Internet systems and services. The course also examines selected topics from the recent research literature. Topics include:


This is an intensive graduate course. Students are expected to follow and participate in lectures and undertake weekly and semester projects. There will be a final exam.


Students are expected to have a good grasp of basic computer networking, TCP/IP, and Web principles.  They should be prepared to learn and use different languages and tools within a short period of time.

Administrative Information


Thursday: 18:00-21:00
XOD01, 003

Labs & Tutorials:

Friday: 19:30-21:00
Room 201, Pure & Applied Sciences Bldg. I
Marios D. Dikaiakos , Assoc. Professor
Room 012, PAS Bldg. I  
Tel: 22892700
Email: m d d_at_ucy_dot_ac_dot_cy
Office Hours:

Monday, Thursday: 15:00-16:15
or by appointment

Teaching Assistants:

Andreas Kamilaris, PhD Student
Room 126, PAS Bldg. C
Tel: 22892686
Email: kami_at_cs_dot_ucy_dot_ac_dot_cy

Office Hours:

Friday: 16:00-17:00

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