Dr Petros Karadimas
- Lecturer in Glasgow College UESTC (Systems Power and Energy)
Wireless Channel Characterization
1. January 2016 – March 2016: CDE/DSTL grant (100K GBP), “Dynamic Cyber-Security Systems over Rapidly Time-Varying Vehicular Ad hoc Networks (VANETs),” Principal Investigator
2. February 2011: Innovation Voucher (5K GBP), “Antenna Diversity,” Principal Investigator
Introductory Programming (UoG-UESTC Joint School)
Dr. Petros Karadimas was born in Greece. He completed his Diploma (MEng) and PhD degrees in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Patras, Greece, in 2002 and 2008, respectively. In December 2009, he was appointed as a Research Fellow in the Centre for Wireless Network Design (CWIND), Department of Computer Science and Technology, University of Bedfordshire, UK, and in October 2011, he was appointed as a Lecturer in Electronic Engineering in the same Department, where he was promoted to Senior Lecturer in August 2015. In August 2016, he moved to the University of Glasgow, UK, as a Lecturer in Electronics and Electrical Engineering. His ongoing research interests and publications are in the fields of Wireless Channel Characterization and Multi-Antenna Systems Performance. Very recently he started researching on Wireless Security over Physical Layer and Wireless Receiver Design Aspects (e.g., OFDM, CDMA systems). He was the Principal Investigator of a research project funded by UK’s Ministry of Defence (CDE/DSTL grant) dealing with the design of key generation algorithms for vehicle-to-vehicle communication channels by exploiting their rapid temporal variability.
Fellow Higher Education Academy (HEA)
Opportunities for potential PhD candidates exist in the subjects below. For further details and eligibility please check their relevant links.
B. Unfunded but with funding potentials for strong candidates