Special scientists
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Christos Mettouris
E-mail: mettour AT cs.ucy.ac.cy
Christos Mettouris is a graduate of the Computer Engineering & Informatics Department in the University of Patras. He holds a Masters degree of the same department. He has been a member of the e-Learning sector of the Research Academic Computer Technology Institute (RACTI). He is currently a member of the Software Engineering and Internet Technologies (SEIT) Lab of the Computer Science dept. at the University of Cyprus. He was involved in a number of projects (CVN-AAL, Asterics-FP7, idSpace-FP7, B3Regions, InnoFun, Prosperity4All-FP7, SCIChallenge-H2020) and was also involved in the organization of a number of conferences in Cyprus (DSD-SEAA 2016, ICEIRD 2014, ICSOB 2014, BIS 2014, WiMob 2014, DeSE 2014, MEDI 2014, KICSS 2014, ICTAI 2014, EC-TEL 2013, ECSCW 2013, MobiWIS 2013, PROFES 2013, EUC 2012, CSE 2012, WISE 2012, ICSOC 2011, CIT 2011, SCALCOM 2011, ICWE 2011, PDP 2011, ECOWS 2010) while also pursuing a PhD degree at the University of Cyprus. His research interests include Context-Aware Computing, Context Aware Recommender Systems and Ubiquitous Computing.
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Marios Komodromos
E-mail: mkomod05 AT cs.ucy.ac.cy
Marios Komodromos completed his undergraduate studies in Computer Science at the University of Crete, Greece in July 2014 and is currently near completion of his MSc in Computer Science at the University of Cyprus. In parallel, he works on a part-time basis as a special scientist at the University of Cyprus focusing on Prosperity4All EU project.


Andreas Andreou
E-mail: aandre01 AT cs.ucy.ac.cy
Andreas Andreou completed his undergraduate studies in Computer Science at the University of Cyprus in June 2016 and is currently a MSc student in a program with title "Design and Development of Computer Games and Interactive Technologies" at the University of Cyprus and Cyprus University of Technology. In parallel, he works on a part-time basis as a special scientist at the University of Cyprus focusing on SCICHALLENGE EU project.



Research Associates


Alphabetical listing, by first name:
Aimilia Tzanavari
E-mail: aimilia AT cs.ucy.ac.cy

Aimilia Tzanavari holds a Ph.D. in Human-Computer Interaction from the University Of Bristol, UK. Her research interests mainly include e-learning, personalization and affective computing. She currently works as a Special Scientist in the IST project UNITE (http://www.unite-ist.org).
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Andreas Zografos
E-mail: a.z.zsoft AT cytanet.com.cy
 
Andreas Zografos holds a BSc in Information Technology from the university of Athens and an MSc in Computer Science from the university of Cyprus. He has been working as a secondary school teacher since 1995 and also runs his own software company. He is a doctoral student at the university of Cyprus and also a research associate on part-time basis.
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Aristos Stavrou
E-mail:cs98sa2 AT ucy.ac.cy
 
Aristos Stavrou completed his undergraduate studies in Computer Science at the University of Cyprus, in July 2002. He is currently a research associate at the University of Cyprus, working for the IST funded projects, GeneStream and bioGrid. He is also attending a master course in Advanced Information Technologies. His research interests include component-based software engineering, software architectures, coordination models, web services and middleware.
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Avraam Chimaris
E-mail:chimaris AT cytanet.com.cy
 
Avraam Chimaris has completed an undergraduate degree in Computer Science and a MSc in Advaned Information Technologies at the University of Cyprus. In the past he has worked as a programmer analyst and consultant for IT companies in Cyprus. At the present he works on part-time basis as research associate at the University of Cyprus and also working towards his PhD.
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Chryso Mavrommati
E-mail: mavrommati AT cytanet.com.cy
 
Chryso Mavrommati has completed a BSc in Computer Science at the University of Cyprus (2002). She is also completing this year her MSc in Computer Science at the University of Cyprus. In parallel, she has been working as a Computer Science teacher in a private school. She is currently working as a research associate at the University of Cyprus. She is involved in the MEDFORIST, MVU and AVICENNA projects.
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Chrysostomos Chrysostomou
E-mail: chrisc AT cs.ucy.ac.cy
 
Chrysostomos Chrysostomou completed his undergraduate studies at Northumbria University in Newcastle and received a BSc (Hons) in Business Information Technology. He also holds an MSc in Computing. He has worked at Northumbria university as a computing lecturer for three years. At the present he is a research associate at the University of Cyprus and also working towards a PhD. He is involved in projects mostly related with e-Learning such as AVICENNA and MEDFORIST.
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Constantinos Kakousis
E-mail: kakousis AT cs.ucy.ac.cy
 
Constantinos Kakousis has earned his BSc in Computer Science at the University of Crete, Greece in July 2006. He then went on to complete an MSc in Software Engineering at the University of York, UK. During his time in the UK, he was involved in the industrial project 'Automated Commentary Generation for Football Games' in collaboration with the Press Association (PA). Upon his return to Cyprus, he has joined the SEIT Lab of the University of Cyprus, where he is also currently working towards his PhD.
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Dimitris Vogiatzis
E-mail: dimitrv AT ucy.ac.cy
 
Dimitris Vogiatzis (PhD) has received a BSc degree in Information Technology from the University of Athens. He then proceeded to a MSc on Knowledge Systems at the Edinburgh University. He received his PhD from Metsovio Polytechnic. He as worked as a lecturer at the American College of Athens. At the present he is working as a researcher at the University of Cyprus.
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Eleni Constantinou
E-mail: eleniconst AT ucy.ac.cy
 
Dr. Eleni Constantinou received her B.Sc., M.Sc. and Ph.D. from the Department of Informatics of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Greece. She is currently working as a post-doctoral researcher at the Software Engineering and Internet Technologies lab of the Department of Computer Science at the University of Cyprus. Her research interests include software evolution, software reuse, mining software repositories, software design and program comprehension.
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Georgios Sielis
E-mail: sielis AT cs.ucy.ac.cy
 
Georgios Sielis holds a Master of Science in Computer Science and Information Technologies from the University of Patras where he also received his BSc in Computer Engineering and Informatics. During his postgraduate studies, he was a member of the Pattern Recognition Laboratory of C.E.I.D. and his research was focused on the adaptive e-learning systems with computational intelligence algorithms. He worked as a programmer at OPTIONS A.E., Patra. After returning to Cyprus,he worked for Intership Navigation Co. Ltd. (IT Dept.) and then joined the SEIT Lab as a Special Scientist. He is currently involved with the idSpace project. He is also pursuing a PhD degree at the University of Cyprus.
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Nearchos Paspallis
E-mail: nearchos AT cs.ucy.ac.cy
 
Nearchos Paspallis holds a B.Eng. in Computer Engineering and Informatics from the University of Patras, Greece, an M.Sc. in Computer Science, from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and a Ph.D. also in Computer Science from the University of Cyprus. While in Santa Barbara, Nearchos worked as an engineer for the California-based Eternal-Systems Inc. After returning to Cyprus, he worked for Card Tech services, Ltd, and then joined the SEIT Lab as a Special Scientist. He has contributed to the IST MADAM (FP6) and the IST MUSIC (FP6) projects. Currently he is a visiting lecturer at the University of Cyprus and also contributes to the AsTeRICS (FP7) project.
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Odysseas Papapetrou
E-mail: cspapap AT cs.ucy.ac.cy
 
Odysseas Papapetrou received his BSc and MSc in Computer Science from University of Cyprus. From June 2002 to December 2003 he was working as a full-time research assistant in the SEIT/UCY lab. He is now continuing his studies in Universit.t des Saarlandes/Max-Planck Institute for Informatics. He is also continuing his research in the SEIT/UCY laboratory. His main interests include component-based software and mobile and distributed computing. His current activities include research in coordination platforms, aspect-oriented programming and search engine technologies.
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Pericles Leng Cheng
E-mail: pcheng AT cs.ucy.ac.cy
 
Pericles Leng Cheng holds a Master of Science degree in Computer Science from the University of Texas at Austin where he also received his Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. He is currently employed as a lecturer at Cyprus College in the computer science department and works as a special scientist on the BETSY project at the University of Cyprus. He is also pursuing a PhD degree at the University of Cyprus.
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Pyrros Bratskas
E-mail: bratskas AT cs.ucy.ac.cy
 
Pyrros Bratskas holds a Ph.D. in Mobile Ad hoc Networks from the University of Marne-la-Valle, France. His research interests include ad hoc networks and ubiquitous computing. Currently he is involved in the MUSIC IST project.
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