Pyrros Bratskas

R&D Computer Science

Master’s degree + Ph.D. in Computer Science. 7 years of experience in the R&D over wireless networks and software engineering. Solid scientific and technical skills in the design, modelling and the development of wireless networks and in software engineering. Strong implication in work, capacities of adaptation, autonomy, relational ease, creativity and experience of work with partners distributed in several EU countries.


  • 2006 – 2008 Post-Doc in Computer Science, University of Cyprus. Working in the framework of IST-MUSIC project.
  • September 2005  Ph.D. in Computer Science, Université Paris-Est de Marne-la- Vallée, France. Subject: A control mobility architecture to improve routing in a large scale ad hoc network.
  • September 2001 Master’s Degree in Fundamental Computer Science and Applications, Université de Marne-la-Vallée, France. Concentrating in Software and Wireless Networks.

Work Experience

  • 2006 – 2009 Research Associate for the European Consortium IST-MUSIC (Appear Networks, Telefonica I&D, RATP, Telecom Italia, Hewlett Packard Italy, Integrasys, MobiComp, etc). Mission: The IST-MUSIC Project (Self-Adapting Applications for Mobile Users In Ubiquitous Computing environments) aims to provide an open platform that makes it technically and commercially feasible for the wider IT industry to develop innovative mobile applications which are context-aware, self-adapting and inherently distributed.
    Budget: € 14.5 millions by the European Union 6th Framework Programme)
  • 2004 – 2006 Temporary Professor Assistant, Université de Marne-la-Vallée. Teaching Java, Networks and Data Bases. Participated in design of projects and problem sets, led tutorial sections, graded homework, assisted students during weekly office hours.
  • 2001 – 2005 Research Engineer, Computer Science Lab of Gaspard-Monge Institute, Université de Marne-la-Vallée.  Mission: Study and development of a mobility control architecture in a large scale ad hoc network.
    Budget: French Government Scholarship.
    Achievements: Design and development in Java a small simulator to perform tests in a mobile ad hoc network.
                                - Design and programming of a set of robots.
                                - Design and implementation of a routing algorithm.
                                - 5 papers presented in international conferences.
  • 2000 – 2001 Master student, Computer Science Lab of Gaspard-Monge Institute, Université de Marne-la-Vallée. Research Internship: Routing messages in an ad hoc network of robots.
    Budget: French Government Scholarship
    Achievements: Developed prototype system in Java to make robots move and communicate.
  • 1998 – 2000 Teaching Assistant, University of Tirana, Department of Computer Science. Teaching C, C++, Data Structures. Assisted students during weekly office hours.
  • 1996 – 1998      Programmer, Design and programming of a software for manipulating statistical data.


  • July 1993 Participation in the International Olympiad of Mathematics, Constantinople, Turkey
  • May 1993 Participation in the Balkan Olympiad of Mathematics, Nicosia, Cyprus