|Affiliation:||University of Zurich, CSG group|
|Supervisor:||Prof. Dr. Burkhard Stiller|
|Start:||1 September 2011|
|End:||31 August 2014|
|Funding:||UZH / FLAMINGO|
Christos Tsiaras (Χρήστος Τσιάρας in Greek), is a member of the Communication Systems Group (CSG) since September 2011. At the same time, he joined the department of Informatics (IFI), of the University of Zurich (UZH) in Switzerland and became a Ph.D. candidate, under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Burkhard Stiller. On March 2011, he received his M.Sc. In Computer Science, with a specialization in Computer and Communication Networks, from the department of Informatics of the Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB) in Greece. During his M.Sc. he worked with Dr. Stavros Toumpis on “Efficient Minimization of routing cost in Delay Tolerant Networks (DTNs)”. Christos holds a Degree in Physics from the University of Crete (UOC) in Greece. During his undergraduate studies he focused on the field of Computational Physics.
PhD project description
Find and explore new ways to overcome the termination service monopoly in the mobile networks. For more information and related publications please visit [www.abacusproject.eu].
- C. Tsiaras, B. Stiller, Challenging the Monopoly of Mobile Termination Charges with an Auction-based Charging and User-centric System (AbaCUS). Networked Systems (NetSys 2013) , Stuttgart, Germany, March 2013.
- C. Tsiaras, M. Waldburger, G. S. Machado, A. Vancea, B. Stiller, The Design of a Single Funding Point Charging Architecture. EUropean Network of universities and companies in Information and Communication Engineering (EUNICE), 2012. Budapest, Hungary., Springer, Vol. 7479, pages 148-160, August 2012.
- A. G. Tasiopoulos, C. Tsiaras, S. Toumpis, On the Cost/Delay Tradeoff of Wireless Delay Tolerant Geographic Routing. World of Wireless, Mobile and Multimedia Networks (WoWMoM), 2012. San Francisco, California, USA., IEEE Xplore, pages 1-9, June 2012.
You can find a complete list of publications here.
- Homepage of Christos Tsiaras