Georgios Exarchakos is an assistant professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering at Eindhoven University of Technology. His areas of expertise include P2P computing Data Mining and Machine Learning and his research activities and interests further include demand-driven resource discovery and network reconfiguration and topology adaptation to capacity demands, as well as Swarm intelligence - self-awareness of topological characteristics in large-scale networks - and P2P-like mining of network dynamics and self-organization of nodes. His research activities also extend to predictive networks, gossip protocols, overlay networks, content-based network adaptivity, network complexity and epidemics.
Georgios Exarchakos received his MSc in advanced computing from Imperial College, London and his PhD in P2P computing from the University of Surrey in 2008, where he also worked as a researcher, postgrad advisor and teaching assistant. Georgios stayed on in this capacity until 2009, when he joined TU/e in a post doc position, studying autonomous networks. Here, he became an assistant professor in 2011.
Interference graphs to monitor and control schedules in low-power WPANFuture Generation Computer Systems (2019)
Time-scheduled network evaluation based on interference2018 IEEE International Conference on Cloud Engineering, IC2E 2018 (2018)
Decentralized dynamic understanding of hidden relations in complex networksScientific Reports (2018)
Distributed TSCH scheduling2017 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC 2017) (2017)
Impact of transmission power control in multi-hop networksFuture Generation Computer Systems (2017)
- Internet of Things
- Advanced network protocols
- Telecommunications systems
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