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    Research interests Network information flow theory and algorithms, network coding, ad-hoc wireless and sensor networks, connections between communications and computer science. Education University of California, Los Angeles. Spring 1998–Fall 2000 Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering. University of California, Los Angeles. Fall 1996–Spring 1998 M.S. in Electrical Engineering National Technical University of Athens. Fall 1991–Spring 1996 European Diploma Degree in Electrical Engineering conferred June 1996. Awards • Outstanding Ph.D. Student Award 2000–2001, UCLA, Electrical Engineering Department. • UCLA Electrical Engineering Fellowship 1997–1998. • Fulbright Fellowship 1996–2000. • National Fellowship Foundation Award, for ranking 2nd in Greek National Exams for entering the University, 1991. Research Grants • European Union Project, “N-CRAVE”, awarded Sept. 2007. • European Union Project, “Network-Re-Found”, awarded June 2006. • FNS Assistant Professorship, “Information Flow and Management in Resource Constrained Networks”, awarded February 2006. • FNS Grant, “Efficient Network Coding”, awarded May 2004. • Hasler Foundation, “On The Complexity Benefits of Network Coding”, awarded Sept. 2006. • National Science Foundation (US), awarded Sept. 2006 ( in collaboration with UCSD, as international collaborator). 2 Work Experience School of Computer and Communication Sciences, EPFL Assistant Professor (tenure-track) Nov. 2007– present School of Computer and Communication Sciences, EPFL FNS Assistant Professor April 2006–Oct. 2007 School of Computer and Communication Sciences, EPFL Postdoctoral Researcher Sept. 2003–March 2006 Center for Discrete Mathematics and Computer Science (DIMACS), Rutgers University, and Mathematical Sciences Center, bell Labs, Murray Hill Visiting scholar Jan.–July 2003 National Capodistrean University of Athens Research Associate Fall 2001–2002 AT&T Research Labs, Information Sciences Center, Florham Park Research Consultant Fall 2000–2001 AT&T Research Labs, Information Sciences Center, Florham Park Summer internship June–Oct. 1999 University of California, Los Angeles. Research Asssistant Fall 1996–2000 Professional Activities • Co-Chair for the 5th Workshop on Network Coding, Theory, and Applications, Lausanne. • Co-Chair for the WNC3 workshop on Wireless Networks, Communication, Cooperation and Competition, March 2007. • In the Program Committee of: − ISIT 2007: IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory, Nice, June 2007. − WITS 2007: International Workshop on Information Theory for Sensor Networks. − NetCod 2007: Workshop on Network Coding, Theory, and Applications, San Diego 2007. − WiOpt 2007: Symposium on Modeling and Optimization in Mobile, Ad Hoc, and Wireless Networks, Spring 2007. − VTC 2007: IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference, Spring 2007. − NetCod 2006: Workshop on Network Coding, Theory, and Applications, Boston 2006. − VTC 2006: IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference, Melbourne Spring 2006. − WirelessCom 2005: IEEE International Conference on Wireless Networks, Communications, and Mobile Computing, Hawaii 2005. • Associate Editor for IEEE Communications Letters. • Guest Associate Editor for IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security, Special Issue on Statistical Methods for Network Security and Forensics. • Panelist for National Science Foundation (USA).