Stefanos Georgiou

PhD Candidate in DMST at Athens University of Economics and Business

About Stefanos

Researcher and Programmer

Was born in 1988 in Gyula of Hungary, in 2013 he received his BSc degree in Networks and Systems Programming from the University of Cyprus. Afterwards, he decided to expand his knowledge in the form of Masters in PERCCOM (PERvasive Computing and COMmunications for sustainable development). For his Masters, he studied in France (University of Lorraine), Finland (Lappeenranta University of Technology), Sweden (LuleƄ University of Technology), and Russia (ITMO University of Saint Petersburg) where he spent two years, overall. From each place, he obtained knowledge from various fields of GreenIT such as pervasive computing, efficient resource management, energy efficient programming.

Currently, he is pursuing his PhD in SENECA (Software Engineering for Enterprise Cloud Applications), a Marie-Curie project founded under the Horizon 2020 framework. His research interests lies in the energy efficiency of software development such as programming languages, coding practices, and so on, and he is supervised by Prof. Diomidis Spinellis from Athens University of Business and Economics and by Dr. Stamatiou Rizou from Singular Logic. He aims to reduce energy consumption for applications by utilizing software development techniques and methods.

Current status: Expecting to finish his PhD in 2019


Including, but not limited to...

  • Researching

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  • Practices

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  • Presentations

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  • Writing

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  • Developing

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  • Team Work

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Why choose me?

Passionated about learning new, cutting-edge technologies and experimenting with them. I always try to get a deeper understanding of the pros and cons in order to draw the most optimal solutions while staying tuned with the current progress in my field of studies. During my studies, I focused on enhancing, not only, my technical but also my writing skills in the form of research papers by writing in top tier conferences and journals.

Stefanos Georgiou PhD Candidate in DMST

How we do research

Upon collaboration, these facts are advised to be considered

  • Step 1 — Related Work

    Upon finding a subject of interest, start reading related work from top tier conferences. This will help you to identify possible research gap to contribute.

  • Step 2 — Experimental Method

    Search for a valid and open source data-set for your experiment. Collect the necessary equipment and utilities to perform the experiment. It is important to get familiar with the tools used in your research and to identify their pros and cons.

  • Step 3 — Analyze Results

    Analyzing and providing a deep understanding of the results is what gives quality to a researcher. The more you can explain and justify your results the more convincing and acceptable your work will be in the research society.

  • Step 4 — Draw Conclusions

    A wrap up of the whole research and the points you would like to highlight for researchers.


Works that are still in progress but deployable too.

Contact information

You can find me at Trois 2 (Ground floor)

every Friday from 14:00-16:00

Stefanos Georgiou

PhD Candidate in DMST