Dr Kostas Kolomvatsos
- Marie Curie Research Fellow (Computing Science)
Kostas M. Kolomvatsos received his B.Sc. in Informatics from the Department of Informatics at the Athens University of Economics and Business in 1995, his M.Sc. in Computer Science - New Technologies in Informatics and Telecommunications and his Ph.D. from the Department of Informatics and Telecommunications at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (UoA) in 2005 and in the beginning of 2013 respectively.
The broader area of my research is in Computational Intelligence domain as well as in Pervasive Computing as a more advanced field within the Distributed Systems domain. Computational Intelligence techniques can offer the basis for solving problems arising in various research domains. For example, they can provide an efficient methodology when autonomous entities (e.g., agents, mobile nodes) start to interact with. In my research, I adopted computational intelligence and machine learning techniques in order to propose efficient mechanisms in the above discussed domains.
Participation in research projects:
- ROBORDER: Autonomous border surveillance (link)
- RAWFIE: Road-, Air- and Water-based Future Internet Experimentation (link)
- IDIRA: Interoperability of Data and Procedures in Large - Scale Multinational Disaster Response Actions (link)
- SHOPPINGMATE: A Location and Context-aware Service for Assisting COnsumers During their Shopping Time (link)
- IPAC: Integrated Platform for Autonomic Computing (link)
- MNISIKLIS: Advanced Universal Location Services for Indoor Environments (link)