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Constandinos X. Mavromoustakis is currently a Professor at the Department of Computer Science at the University of Nicosia, Cyprus. He received a five-year dipl.Eng (BSc/BEng/MEng) in Electronic and Computer Engineering from Technical University of Crete, Greece, MSc in Telecommunications from University College of London, UK, and his PhD from the department of Informatics at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. Prof.  Mavromoustakis is leading the Mobile Systems Lab. (MOSys Lab., http://www.mosys.unic.ac.cy/) at the Department of Computer Science at the University of Nicosia, dealing with design and implementation of hybrid wireless testbed environments, high performance cloud and mobile cloud computing (MCC) systems, modeling and simulation of mobile computing environments and protocol development and deployment for large-scale heterogeneous networks as well as new ‘green’ mobility-based protocols. Prof.  Mavromoustakis has participated in many EU funded projects and regional ones.


Prof. Mavromoustakis has extensive experience in simulation of wireless systems, MP2P and Opportunistic Systems, Mobile Computing and Web technologies. Prof.  Mavromoustakis is an elected active member (Officer/Secretary) of IEEE/ R8 regional Cyprus section since Feb. 2014, and since May 2009 he serves as the Chair of C16 Computer Society Chapter of the Cyprus IEEE section. Prof. Mavromoustakis has a dense research work outcome in Distributed Systems and spatio-temporal scheduling applied in Mobile and Wireless Systems, consisting of numerous refereed publications. He has served as a consultant to many industrial bodies (ie. member of the Technical Experts for Internet of Things-IoT competition at Intel Corporation LLC (www.intel.com) for the ChallengeMe etc.), he is a management member of IEEE Communications Society (ComSoc) Radio Communications Committee (RCC) and a board member the IEEE-SA Standards IEEE SCC42 WG2040  whereas he has served as track Chair and co-Chair of various IEEE International Conferences (including AINA, IWCMC, ICC, GlobeCom, IEEE Internet of Things etc). He is the recipient of various grants including the highly competitive European grant of Early Stage Researcher (ESR), for the excellent research output and research impact, last December 2013 (EU secretariat/Brussels).