Stefanos Georgiou

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E-mail: sgeorgiou@aueb.gr

Research area

Title: Energy Efficiency in Cloud Computing
Supervisor: Spinellis Diomidis
Starting date: 2016-01-04

Biographical Information

Stefanos Georgiou is a PhD Candidate in SENECA (Software ENineering in Enterprise Cloud Applications) project.
In the context of his European Industrial Doctorate (Eid) he is expected to conduct his research at
AUEB (Athens University of Economics and Business) and TU Deflt (Delft University) as academic partners
and with SLG (Singular Logic) as industrial partner.
He holds a BSc in Networks and Systems Programming from University of Cyprus and a MSc in PERCCOM
(PERvasive Computing and COMmunications for sustainable development), a joint Master Degree from four
different Universities (i.e., University of Lorraine, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Lulea University of Technology,
and ITMO University of Saint Petersburg).

His research interests lie at Green IT, Cloud Computing, Distributed Applications,Big Data Transfer,
and IoT (Internet of Things)

His current PhD position is founded by Marie Sklodowska-Curie from framework Horizon 2020.
As a PhD is to provide energy-efficient approach on cloud computing systems using software
engineering techniques and practices.
However, in the context of his industrial PhD position task like writing proposals
, such as RIA (Research Innovation Action) is one of his duties in SLG.

Publications

Conference Publications

    • Stefanos Georgiou, Maria Kechagia Panos Louridas, and Diomidis Spinellis. What are your programming languageā€™s energy-delay implications? In 15th International Conference on Mining Software Repositories: Technical Track, MSR '18. New York, NY, USA, May 2018. Association for Computing Machinery.
    • Stefanos Georgiou, Maria Kechagia, and Diomidis Spinellis. Analyzing programming languages' energy consumption: an empirical study. In PCI 2017: Proceedings of the 21st Pan-Hellenic Conference on Informatics, ACM International Conference Proceeding Series. ACM Press, September 2017.