Author Archives: wmclab

Periklis Garantziotis: First in his class

Periklis  Garantziotis successfully completed this year his MSc program on Advanced Telecommunication Systems and Networks, and managed to finish first in his class. During the last semester of this studies Periklis worked towards his MSc thesis entitled “Wireless propagation in the THz Band” (in greek) under the supervision of Assist. Prof. Georgia Athanasiadou. Periklis presented his thesis

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Prof. Georgios Giannakis receives honorary degree

The Depart. of Informatics and Telecommunications (DIT) of the University of Peloponnese awards honorary degree to the engineer and inventor Prof. Georgios Giannakis for his notable contribution to statistical signal processing and wireless communications. Prof. Georgios Giannakis is an international academic legend whose work set the foundations in his research field. Presentation of the honorary

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Demo for Students

High school students visited our department last week and Michael introduced them to the Wireless and Mobile Communications Lab. He presented our educational and research activities related to communications with UAVs. Finally, the students made a demo flight above the University Campus using an HD camera attached to our IRIS+ and the video looks pretty

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G. Tsoulos presents papers at EuCAP 2018 in London

The 12th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation was held on 9-13 April in London, UK. EuCAP is one of flagship conferences on antennas and propagation, attracting all researchers across the world. Prof. George Tsoulos presented two papers at the conference: 1/”LTE Ground-to-Air Measurements for UAV-assisted Cellular Networks” and 2/ “Artificial Neural Network Optimal Modelling of Received Signal

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Thesis Examination: Tsitsanis Alexandros

Alexandros Tsitsanis presented his BSc thesis “Assessment of ICT-based technologies enabling the introduction and deployment of novel “energy-as-a-Service” (EaaS) Demand Side Management models for Energy Utilities” under the supervision of Prof. Tsoulos. His thesis abstract can be found here.

Assessment of ICT-based technologies enabling the introduction and deployment of novel “Energy-as-a-Service” (EaaS) Demand Side Management models for Energy Utilities

Abstract The traditional energy utility business model and cash-flow generation which are based on the increase in energy supply (at the lowest cost) run counter to society’s drive towards energy efficiency. The global response to unmitigated greenhouse gas emissions puts the existing energy generation and supply model at risk and threatens the bottom line of

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