Faculty Details


Name:

Dr Demetris Hadjiloucas

Rank:

 Associate Professor (Mathematics)

Department:

 Computer Science & Engineering

School:

Sciences


Dr Demetris Hadjiloucas holds doctorate and bachelor degrees in Mathematics from the University of Manchester Institute of Science & Technology (UMIST), United Kingdom. He was employed as a post-doctoral research associate at UMIST, UK, as a visiting lecturer and visiting assistant professor at the University of Crete, as an assistant professor at Cyprus College, as an assistant professor and subsequently as an associate professor at European University – Cyprus (EUC). In the period 2008-2010 he served as Chair of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. Dr Hadjiloucas research interests include Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems, Skew-Product Systems with Dynamically Attracting Invariant Subspaces, Dynamics of Hypercyclic and Cesaro Hypercyclic Operators, Dynamics of Skew-Products of Operators, Dynamics of Semigroups of Commuting Linear Operators, Dynamics of Non-Homogeneous Markov Chains, Iterated Function Systems, Universal Series, Interplay between Dynamical Systems and Number Theory.


1997-2000  

Ph.D. in Mathematics

University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST), U.K.

1994-1997

 B.Sc. in Mathematics

University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST), U.K.


2008-2009

European University – Cyprus Research Fund (Principal Investigator): Dynamics of Tuples of Matrices


Journal Articles

  1. David Broomhead, Demetris Hadjiloucas and Matthew Nicol, Random and deterministic perturbation of a class of skew-product systems, Dynam. Stability Systems 14 (1999), no.2, 115-128.
  2. D.Hadjiloucas, M.J.Nicol and C.P.Walkden, Regularity of invariant graphs over hyperbolic systems, Ergodic Theory Dynam. Systems 22 (2002), no. 2, 469-482.
  3. George Costakis and Demetris Hadjiloucas, Somewhere Dense Cesaro Orbits and Rotations of Cesaro Hypercyclic Operators, Studia Math. 175 (2006), no. 3, 249-269.
  4. Demetris Hadjiloucas, Stochastic Matrix-Valued Cocycles and Non-Homogeneous Markov Chains, Discrete and Contin. Dyn. Syst. – Series A, 17 (2007), no. 4, 731-738.
  5. George Costakis and Demetris Hadjiloucas, Topologically Transitive Skew-Products of Backward Shift Operators and Hypercyclicity, Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 136 (2008), no. 3, 937-946.
  6. G. Costakis, D. Hadjiloucas and A. Manoussos, Dynamics of Tuples of Matrices, Proc. Amer. Math. Soc.137 (2009), no.3, 1025-1034.
  7. Demetris Hadjiloucas, Extended Abstract Theory of Universal Series and Applications,Monatsh. Math. Vol. 158 (2009) no. 2, 151-178.
  8. George Costakis and Demetris Hadjiloucas, The hypercyclicity criterion and hypercyclic sequences of multiples of operators, J. Operator Theory, 62 (2009), no.2, 341-355.
  9. Frédéric Bayart, George Costakis and Demetris Hadjiloucas, Topologically Transitive Skew-Products of Operators, Ergodic Theory Dynam. Systems 30 (2010), no. 1, 33-49.
  10. G. Costakis, D. Hadjiloucas and A. Manoussos, On the minimal number of matrices which form a locally hypercyclic, non-hypercyclic tuple, J. Math. Anal. Appl. 365 (2010), 229-237.


Name:

Dr Andreas Efstathiou

Rank:

Professor (Vice Rector for Research and External Relations)

Department:

Computer Science & Engineering

School:

Sciences


Andreas Efstathiou was educated at Queen Mary, University of London. He held appointments at Queen Mary & Westfield College (1989-1992), University of Hertfordshire (1992-1995) and Imperial College London (1995-2001) before joining Cyprus College which evolved into European University Cyprus (EUC). He has published about 70 well-cited papers (h-index 38) in refereed journals and 30 papers in conference proceedings. His research interests lie in the area of infrared astronomy and cosmology, galaxy formation and evolution, star formation and active galactic nuclei. He has done pioneering work on radiative transfer modelling of the spectral energy distributions of galaxies and has developed models for the emission of almost every type of galaxy over their complete spectrum. His models have also been used for the interpretation of galaxies discovered in a number of extragalactic surveys (IRAS, ELAIS, FIRBACK, SWIRE, AKARI, SCUBA, SHADES, HerMES, Planck). He also participated in extragalactic surveys with the Infrared Space Observatory (ISO), the Spitzer Space Telescope and the submillimetre camera SCUBA. He is currently involved in surveys with the Herschel Space Observatory and a survey that searches for highly extinguished supernovae in luminous infrared galaxies using adaptive optics on 10-meter class telescopes. He also continues his work on radiative transfer modelling of galaxies. In the period 2005-2008 he was chairman of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. He is currently Vice Rector for Research and External Relations.


1989

 

PhD
Queen Mary, University of London, UK

1986

 

BSc(Eng)
Queen Mary, University of London, UK


2014-2017

European Commission – FP7 SPACE (EUC coordinator):HELP: The Herschel Extragalactic Legacy Project (Total budget: 3.500.000 Euros)


Journal Articles

  1. Efstathiou, A., et al., ‘Herschel observations and a model for IRAS 08572+3915: a candidate for the most luminous infrared galaxy in the local (z < 0.2) Universe’, 2014, MNRAS, 437, L16.
  2. Spoon, H., et al., ‘Diagnostics of AGN-Driven Molecular Outflows in ULIRGs from Herschel-PACS Observations of OH at 119mm’, 2013, ApJ, 775, 127.
  3. Farrah, D., et al., ‘Far-infrared Fine-Structure Line Diagnostics of Ultraluminous Infrared Galaxies‘, 2013, ApJ, 776, 38.
  4. Efstathiou, A., Christopher, N., Verma, A., Siebenmorgen, R., ‘Active galactic nucleus torus models and the puzzling infrared spectrum of IRAS F10214+4724’, 2013, MNRAS, 436, 1873.
  5. Mattila, S., et al., ‘Core-collapse supernovae missed by optical surveys’, 2012, ApJ, 756, 111
  6. Romero-Canizales, C., et al., ‘e-MERLIN and VLBI observations of the luminous infrared galaxy IC883: a nuclear starburst and an AGN candidate revealed, 2012, AA, 543, 72.
  7. Hurley, P., et al., ‘Principal Component Analysis and Radiative Transfer modelling of Spitzer IRS Spectra of Ultra Luminous Infrared Galaxies’, 2012, MNRAS, 424, 2069.
  8. Farrah, D., et al., ‘Direct evidence for termination of obscured star formation by radiatively driven outflows in redenned QSOs’, 2012, ApJ, 745, 178.
  9. Kankare, E., et al., ‘Discovery of two supernovae in the nuclear regions of the luminous infrared galaxy IC 883’, 2011, ApJL, 744, L19.
  10. Vaisanen, P., Kotilainen, J.K., Juvela, M., Mattila, K., Efstathiou, A., Kahanpaa, J., ‘A far-infrared survey at the North Galactic Pole I: Nearby star-forming galaxies and the effect of confused sources on source counts’, 2010, MNRAS, 401, 1587.
  11. Negrello, M., Serjeant, S., Pearson, C., Takagi, T., Efstathiou, A., et al., 'Photometric redshift accuracy in AKARI deep surveys', 2009, MNRAS, 394, 375.
  12. Efstathiou, A., Siebenmorgen, R., 'Starburst and cirrus models for submillimeter galaxies', 2009, AA, 502, 541.
  13. Rowan-Robinson, M., Efstathiou, A., 'Modeling the Spoon IRS diagnostic diagram', 2009, MNRAS, 399, 615.
  14. Vaisanen, P., et al., 'Adaptive optics imaging and optical spectroscopy of a multiple merger in a luminous infrared galaxy', 2008, MNRAS, 384, 886.
  15. Kankare, E., et al., 'Discovery of a Very Highly Extinguished Supernova in a Luminous Infrared Galaxy', 2008, ApJL, 689, L97.
  16. Mattila, S., et al. 'Adaptive Optics Discovery of Supernova 2004ip in the Nuclear Regions of the Luminous Infrared Galaxy IRAS 18293-3413',  2007, ApJL, 659, 9.
  17. Livanou, E. et al.,'Star-burst regions in the LMC', 2006, AA, 451, 431.
  18. Polletta, M., 'Chandra and Spitzer Unveil Heavily Obscured Quasars in the Chandra/SWIRE Survey', 2006, ApJ, 642, 673.
  19. Efstathiou, A., 'A model for the infrared emission of FSC 10214+4724', 2006, MNRAS, 371, L70.
  20. Rowan-Robinson, M., et al.,’ Spectral Energy Distributions and  Luminosities of Galaxies and Active Galactic Nuclei in the Spitzer  Wide-Area Infrared Extragalactic (SWIRE) Legacy Survey’, 2005, AJ, 129, 1183.
  21. Taylor, E.L., Mann, R.G., Efstathiou, A., et al.‘Properties of FIRBACK-ELAIS 175-mm sources in the ELAIS N2 region’, 2005, MNRAS, 361, 1352.
  22. Efstathiou, A., & Siebenmorgen, R., ‘ISO observations and models of galaxies with hidden broad line regions’, 2005, AA, 439, 85.
  23. Rowan-Robinson, M., et al., The European Large Area ISO Survey (ELAIS): the final band-merged catalogue, 2004, MNRAS,  351, 1290.
  24. Heraudeau, Ph., et al.,’The European Large Area ISO Survey (ELAIS) VIII. 90mm final analysis and source counts’, 2004, MNRAS, 354, 924.
  25. Serjeant, S., et al., ‘The European Large Area ISO Survey - IX. The 90-mm luminosity function from the Final Analysis sample’, 2004, MNRAS,  355, 813.
  26. Alonso-Herrero, A., Quillen, A.C., Rieke, G.H., Ivanov, V.D. Efstathiou, A., ‘Spectral Energy distributions of Seyfert nuclei, 2003, AJ, 126, 81.
  27. Efstathiou, A., & Rowan-Robinson, M., ‘Cirrus models for local and high-z SCUBA galaxies’, 2003, MNRAS, 343, 322.
  28. Farrah, D., Afonso, J., Efstathiou, A., Rowan-Robinson, M., Fox, M., Clements, D., ‘Starburst and AGN activity in ultraluminous infrared Galaxies’, 2003, MNRAS, 343, 585.
  29. Serjeant, S., et al., ‘Submillimetre observations of the Hubble Deep Field  and flanking fields’, 2003, MNRAS,  344, 887.
  30. Mann, R.G., et al., ‘Observations of the Hubble Deep Field South with the Infrared Space Observatory - II:  Associations and star formation rates, 2002, MNRAS, 332, 549.
  31. Aitken, D., Efstathiou, A.,  A.McCall, A., Hough, J.H.,  ‘ Magnetic fields in disks: what can infrared and mm polarimetry tell us?’, 2002, MNRAS, 329, 647.
  32. Oliver, S., et al., ‘Observations of the Hubble Deep Field South with the Infrared Space Observatory - I: Observations data reduction and mid-infrared source counts, 2002, MNRAS,  332, 536.
  33. Scott, S., et al., ‘The SCUBA 8mJy survey – I:  Submillimeter maps, sources and number counts’, 2002, MNRAS,  331, 817.
  34. Fox, M.J., et al., ‘The SCUBA 8mJy survey – II: Multiwavelength analysis of bright SCUBA sources, 2002, MNRAS,  331, 839.
  35. Morel, T., Efstathiou, A., et al., ‘The European Large Area ISO survey VI: Discovery of a hyperluminous infared galaxy at z=1.1 in the ELAIS survey’, 2001, MNRAS, 327, 1187.
  36. Basilakos, S., et al., ‘The European Large Area ISO survey – VII: ROSAT observations of ELAIS sources, 2002, MNRAS, 331, 417.
  37. Farrah, D., Serjeant, S., Efstathiou, A., Rowan-Robinson, M., Verma, A., ‘Submillimetre observations of hyperluminous infrared galaxies’, 2002, MNRAS, 335, 1163.
  38. Verma, A., Rowan-Robinson, M., McMahon, R., Efstathiou, A., ‘Observations of hyperluminous infrared galaxies with the Infrared Space Observatory: implications for the origin of their extreme luminosities’, 2002, MNRAS, 335, 574.
  39. Lutz, D., et al., ‘The extended counterpart of submm source Lockman 850.1’, 2001, AA, 378, L10.
  40. Siebenmorgen , R., & Efstathiou, A., ‘Mid-infrared polarization of Ultraluminous Infrared Galaxies’, 2001,  376, L35.
  41. Serjeant, S., Efstathiou, A., et al., ‘The European Large Area ISO survey IV:  The preliminary 90μm luminosity function’, 2001, MNRAS, 322, 262.
  42. Gunn, K.F., et al., ‘Starburst activity in a ROSAT Narrow Emission-Line Galaxy’, 2001, MNRAS, 324, 305.
  43. Alexander, D., et al., ‘The European Large Area ISO survey V: BeppoSAX hard X-ray observations of ISO sources’, 2001, ApJ, 554, 18.
  44. Alonso-Herrero, A., Quillen, A.C., Efstathiou, A., Simpson, C., & Ward, ‘The non-stellar infrared contnuum of Seyfert galaxies’, 2001, AJ, 121, 1369.
  45. Ruiz, M., Efstathiou, A., Alexander, D.M., & Hough, J., 2001, ‘Constraints on the nuclear emission of the Circinus galaxy: the torus’, MNRAS, 325, 995.
  46. Efstathiou, A., Rowan-Robinson, M., Siebenmorgen, R., ‘Massive star formation in galaxies:  Radiative transfer models of the UV to mm emission of starburst galaxies’, 2000, MNRAS, 313, 734.
  47. Oliver, S., et al., ‘The European Large Area ISO survey I:  Goals, Definition and Observations’, 2000, MNRAS, 316, 749.
  48. Serjeant, S., et al., ‘The European Large Area ISO survey II:  mid-infrared extragalactic source counts’, 2000, MNRAS, 316, 768.
  49. Stickel, M., Lemke, D., Klaas, U., Beichman, C.A., Rowan Robinson, M., Efstathiou, A., et al., ‘The ISOPHOT 170μm Serendipity survey I: Compact sources with Galaxy Associations’, 2000, AA, 359, 865.
  50. Peacock, J.A., Rowan-Robinson, M., Blain, A., Dunlop, J., Efstathiou, A., et al., ‘Starburst galaxies and structure in the submillimetre background towards the Hubble Deep Field’, 2000, MNRAS, 318, 535.
  51. Efstathiou, A., et al., ‘The European Large Area ISO survey III: 90μm extragalactic source counts’, 2000, MNRAS, 319, 1176.
  52. Alexander, D., Efstathiou, A., Hough, J.H., Aitken, D., Lutz, D., Roche, P., Sturm., E., ‘A model for the infrared continuum of Centaurus A’, 1999, MNRAS, 310, 78.
  53. Hughes, D.H., Serjeant, S, Dunlop, J., Rowan-Robinson, M., Blain, A., Mann, R.G., Ivison, R., Peacock, J., Efstathiou, A., et al., ‘High-redshift star formation in the Hubble Deep Field revealed by a submillimetre-wavelength survey’, 1998, Nature, 394, 241.
  54. Stickel, M., et al., ‘The ISOPHOT far-infrared serendipity north ecliptic pole minisurvey’, 1998, AA, 336, 116.
  55. Efstathiou, A., McCall, A., & Hough, JH., ‘Polarization due to dichroic absorption and  emission by aligned grains in dusty discs’, 1997, MNRAS, 285, 102.
  56. Serjeant, S., Eaton, N., Oliver, S., Efstathiou, A., et al., ‘Observations of the Hubble Deep Field with ISO I:  Data Reduction, maps and sky coverage’, 1997, MNRAS, 289, 457.
  57. Goldscmidt, P., Oliver, S., Serjeant, S., Baker, A., Eaton, N., Efstathiou, A., et al., ‘Observations of the Hubble Deep Field with ISO II:  Source detection and photometry’, 1997, MNRAS, 289, 465.
  58. Oliver, S., Goldschmidt, P., Franceschini, A., Serjeant, S., Efstathiou, A., et al., ‘Observations of the Hubble Deep Field with ISO III: Source counts and P(D) Analysis’, 1997, MNRAS, 289, 471.
  59. Mann, R., Oliver, S., Serjeant, S., Rowan-Robinson, M., Baker, A., Eaton, N., Efstathiou, A., et al., ‘Observations of the Hubble Deep Field with ISO IV: Association of sources with Hubble Deep Field galaxies’, 1997, MNRAS, 289, 482.
  60. Rowan-Robinson, M., Mann, R., Oliver, S., Efstathiou, A., et al., ’Observations of the Hubble Deep Field with ISO V: Spectral Energy distributions and star formation history’, 1997, MNRAS, 289, 490.
  61. Young, S., Hough, J.H., Efstathiou, A., et al., ‘Scattered optical broad lines in the polarized flux spectrum of the FR II galaxy 3C 321’, 1996, MNRAS, 279, L72.
  62. Young, S., Hough, J., Efstathiou, A., et al., ‘Polarimetry and modeling of type II Active Galaxies’, 1996, MNRAS, 281, 1206.
  63. Young, S., Packham, C., Hough, J., & Efstathiou, A., ‘The nuclear torus in NGC1068’, 1996, MNRAS, 283, L1.
  64. Efstathiou, A., & Rowan-Robinson, M., ‘Dusty discs in Active Galactic Nuclei’, 1995, MNRAS, 273, 649.
  65. Efstathiou, A., Hough, J.H., & Young, S., ‘A model for the infrared continuum spectrum of NGC1068’, 1995, MNRAS, 277, 1134.
  66. Efstathiou, A., Rowan-Robinson, M., ‘Multigrain dust cloud models of compact HII regions’, 1994, MNRAS, 266, 212.
  67. Rowan-Robinson, M., & Efstathiou, A., ‘Multigrain dust cloud models of starburst and Seyfert galaxies’, 1993, MNRAS, 263, 675.
  68. Rowan-Robinson, M., Efstathiou, A., Lawrence, A., et al., ‘The ultraviolet to radio continuum of the ultraluminous galaxy IRASF10214+4724’, 1993, MNRAS, 261, 513.
  69. Efstathiou, A., & Rowan-Robinson, M., ‘Radiative transfer in axisymmetric dust clouds II:  Models of Rotating Protostars’, 1991, MNRAS, 252, 528.
  70. Lawrence, A., Rowan-Robinson, M., Efstathiou, A., et al., ‘Millimetre measurements of hard X-ray selected Active galaxies:  implications for the nature of the continuous spectrum’, 1991, MNRAS, 248, 91.
  71. Efstathiou, A., Rowan-Robinson, M., 1990, MNRAS, 245, 275.

Conference Proceedings

  1. Efstathiou, A., & Rowan-Robinson, M., ‘Axially symmetric radiative transfer models of low-mass protostars’, 1990, in Dusty Objects in the Universe, eds. E. Bussoletti and A.A. Vittone (Dordrecht: Kluwer), p.247.
  2. Efstathiou, A., ‘Radiative transfer in Dusty Discs: models of bipolar flow sources’, 1992, in 9th RAL workshop on Astronomy & Astrophysics: Dusty Discs, eds. P.M.Gondhalekar (RAL-92-084), p.141.
  3. Efstathiou, A., Hough, J, & Rowan-Robinson, M., ‘Models of dusty discs in Active Galactic Nuclei’, 1994, in The first Stromlo Symposium: The Physics of Active Galaxies, eds. G.V. Bicknell, M.A. Dopita and P.J. Quinn (A.S.P. Vol.54), p.261.
  4. Efstathiou, A., Hough, J., McCall, A., & Young, S., ‘A Model for the infrared polarization of NGC1068’, 1995, in Polarimetry of the Interstellar Medium, eds. W. Roberge, & D. Whittet, ASP vol. 97, p.602.
  5. Efstathiou A. and Siebenmorgen R., ‘Models of dusty disks including transiently heated particles, 1996,  in The role of dust in the formation of stars, eds. H.U. Kaufl and R. Siebenmorgen, Springer Berlin-Heidelberg-New York, p.343
  6. Efstathiou, A., ‘Dusty discs in AGN’, 1996, VA, 40, 117.
  7. Hough, J.H., Young, S., & Efstathiou, A., ‘Polarimetry and the torus in AGN’, 1996, VA, 40, 139.
  8. Rowan-Robinson, M., et al., 'The ISO Survey of the Hubble Deep Field', 1997,  in Extragalactic astronomy in the infrared, eds G. A. Mamon, Trinh Xuan Thuan, and J. Tran Thanh Van. p.495.
  9. Rowan-Robinson, M., et al.,  'The ISO Survey of the Hubble Deep Field', 1998,  in The Hubble Deep Field : Proceedings of the Space Telescope Science Institute Symposium,
  10. Gledhill, T., Chrysostomou, A., Yates, J., Efstathiou, A., Menard, F. & Chikami, K. ‘Imaging Polarimetry of Circumstellar Dust Envelopes: The Detached Shell around IRAS 19114+0002’, 1997,  IAU Symposia 191, p.535.
  11. Stickel, M., et al. ‘ISOPHOT far-infrared serendipity sky survey’, 1998, Proc. SPIE Vol. 3349, p.115.
  12. Rowan-Robinson M., Oliver S., Efstathiou A., et al., ‘The European Large Area ISO Survey: ELAIS’, 1999,  in The Universe as seen by ISO eds. P. Cox & M.F. Kessler, p.1011.
  13. Alexander, D.M., Efstathiou, A., Hough, J.H., Aitken, D., Lutz, D., Roche, P., Sturm, E., ‘Modelling the Infrared continuum of Centaurus A’, 1999, in The Universe as seen by ISO eds. P.Cox & M.F.Kessler, p.853.
  14. Hotzel, S., et al. ‘Cold Spots in the Chameleon Dark Clouds’, 1999, in The Universe as seen by ISO ed P.Cox & M.F. Kessler, p.675.
  15. Toth, L.V., et al., ‘Interstellar clouds as seen in the ISOPHOT Serendipity survey’, 1999, in The Universe as seen by ISO ed P. Cox & M.F. Kessler,  p.771.
  16. Stickel, M., et al., ‘The ISOPHOT serendipity Far-Infrared sky survey:
  17. A status report’, 1999, in The Universe as seen by ISO ed P.Cox & M.F.Kessler, p.839.
  18. Alexander, D.M., Efstathiou, A., Hough, J.H., Aitken, D., Lutz, D., Roche, P., Sturm, E., ‘Modelling the Infrared continuum of Centaurus A’, 1999, in The Universe as seen by ISO eds.  P.Cox & M.F.Kessler, p.853.
  19. Yates, J. Richards, A. M. S. Efstathiou, A., 'Imaging and  Modelling the Dusty Winds of Evolved Stars', 2000,  in 'Darwin and astronomy - the infrared space interferometer', p. 71.
  20. Efstathiou, A., Siebenmorgen R., & Rowan-Robinson, M., ‘Models for the infrared emission from starburst galaxies’, 2000, in ISO surveys of a dusty Universe, eds. D. Lemke, M. Stickel, & K. Wilke, Springer Verlag, p.147.
  21. Oliver, S., Serjeant, S., Efstathiou, A., et al., ‘The European Large Area ISO Survey (ELAIS):  Latest results’, 2000, in ISO surveys of a dusty Universe, eds. D. Lemke, M. Stickel, & K. Wilke, Springer Verlag, p.29.
  22. Surace, C., Efstathiou, A., et al., ‘The European Large Area ISO Survey: ISOPHOT Final Analysis – Number Counts’, 2000, in ISO surveys of a dusty Universe, eds. D. Lemke, M. Stickel, & K. Wilke, Springer Verlag, p.37.
  23. Stickel, M., et al., ‘ISOPHOT 170μm Serendipity Sky Survey:  The First Galaxy Catalogue’, 2000, in ISO surveys of a dusty Universe, eds. D. Lemke, M.Stickel, & K.Wilke, Springer Verlag, p.257.
  24. Stickel, M. Lemke, D. Klaas, U. Beichman, C. A. Rowan-Robinson, M.  Efstathiou, A. Bogun, S. Kessler, M. F. Richter, G.,  'The ISOPHOT 170 Micron Serendipity Sky Survey: A Plea to FIRST', 2001,  in The Promise of the Herschel Space Observatory, eds. G.L. Pilbratt, J. Cernicharo, A.M. Heras, T. Prusti, & R. Harris. p.109.
  25. Márquez, I, et al., 'Mid-FIR Properties of ELAIS Sources', 2001, in The Promise of the Herschel Space Observatory, eds. G.L. Pilbratt, J. Cernicharo, A.M. Heras, T. Prusti, & R. Harris. p.147.
  26. Cabrera-Guerra, F., 'Spectroscopic Properties of New IR Galaxies Detected in the European Large Area ISO Survey', 2001,  in The Promise of the Herschel Space Observatory, eds. G.L. Pilbratt, J. Cernicharo, A.M. Heras, T. Prusti, & R. Harris. p.349.
  27. Verma, A., Rowan-Robinson, M., McMahon, R., Efstathiou, A., 2003, 'ISO Photometry of Hyperluminous Infrared Galaxies: Implications for the origin of their extreme luminosities', in Exploiting the ISO Data Archive. Infrared Astronomy in the Internet Age,
  28. Héraudeau, P., et al., 'The European Large Area Iso Survey: 90micron number counts',  2003, in Exploiting the ISO Data Archive. Infrared Astronomy in the Internet Age,
  29. Rowan-Robinson, M., et al.,  'Understanding Infrared Galaxy Populations: the SWIRE Legacy Survey', 2005, in 'Spitzer IR Diagnostics Conference'
  30. Siebenmorgen, R., Efstathiou, A., 'SED models of AGN', 2005, in 'The spectral energy distributions of gas-rich galaxies', p.245.
  31. Livanou, E., et al., 'Starburst regions in the LMC', 2006, in 'Galaxy Evolution across the Hubble time', p.235.
  32. Farrah, D., et al., ‘Direct evidence for termination of obscured star formation by radiatively driven outflows in FeLoBAL QSOs’, 2012, ASP conference series, 460, 149.
  33. Efstathiou, A., Christopher, N., Verma, A., Siebenmorgen, R., ‘A new model for the infrared emission of IRAS F10214+4724’, 2012, in IAUS ‘The spectral energy distribution of galaxies’, 284, 205.

Name:

 Andreas Grondoudis

Rank:

 Assistant Professor Computer Science

Department:

 Computer Science and Engineering

School:

Sciences


 Andreas Grondoudis has a strong software development background with experience in bespoke software solution implementations using industry standard technologies and tools. Before coming to Cyprus he worked as a senior developer for an IT company in Sheffield, UK. His original research work was based on a formalism known as x-machines. In addition to software engineering; his interests and area(s) of knowledge span from system specification, programming and database design to communications, networking and networking security to formal description techniques, formal methods and their utilization for the development process of communication network protocols. Recent collaborations at European University Cyprus incorporate High Altitude Platforms, Wireless sensor networks, Disaster monitoring and relief.


1994-2000  

 

PhD in Computer Science

Department of Computer Science, University of Sheffield, UK

1993-1994

 

MSc (Eng) in Telematics

Department of Computer Science, University of Sheffield, UK

1991-1993

 

BSc in Computer Engineering

School of Information Systems, University of East Anglia, UK

1989-1991

 

Certificate of Studies, Transcript

 Institute for Advanced Studies (IAS), Thessaloniki, Greece

 1988

 Certificate of Studies

 Apolytyrion, 20th High-school of Thessaloniki, Greece


2006-2007

Cyprus Research Promotion Foundation: A digital entrepreneurial framework for the promotion of ecological and cultural tourism services in Cyprus. Managed and implemented the development of an online information lookup module.

2004-2005

Cyprus Research Promotion Foundation: Development of Research Infrastructure, Quality Assurance Protocols and Analysis Techniques for Diagnostic Radiological Imaging Equipment. Managed and implemented the development of a bespoke piece of software.

1994-1995

Daimler-Benz Laboratories, Berlin, Germany: Specification of a two-button press system. Using X-machines for the specification of a safety-critical system. PhD fees scholarship.


Journal Articles

  1. Constantinou, C., Grondoudis, A., Christoforou, A. Constantinides, C., Lanitis, A., ‘A semi-automated quality assurance toolbox for diagnostic imaging’, Int. J. Biomedical Engineering and Technology, Vol 14, No 2, pp 159-180, 2014
  2. Grondoudis,  A., Holcombe, M., Papanikolaou, K., ‘Protocol specification using x-machines’, Journal of Business and Society, vol 18, 2005

Conference and Workshop Proceedings

  1. Katzis, K., Grondoudis, A., Boustras, G., Papazoglou, P., “Forest Fires: Proactive and Reactive Surveillance employing in-situ, aerial and space technology”, First International Conference on Remote Sensing and Geo-information of Environment, Paphos, Cyprus, April 2013
  2. Katzis, K., Grondoudis, A., "Disaster monitoring and disaster relief using High Altitude Platforms", 1st International Conference in Safety and Crisis Management in the Construction, Tourism and SME Sectors, Nicosia, Cyprus, June 2011
  3. Constantinou, C., Grondoudis, A., Christoforou, A., Constantinides, C., Lanitis, A., “A semi-automated quality assurance toolbox for diagnostic Radiological Imaging,  8th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems, 2006
  4. Holcombe, M., Ipate, F., Grondoudis, A. “Complete functional testing of safety critical systems”, Proc. IFAC Workshop on Emerging Control Technologies. Florida, 1995. pp 343-358.

Name:

Dr. Christos Dimopoulos

Rank:

Associate Professor (Computer Science & Engineering)

Department:

Computer Science & Engineering

School:

Sciences


Dr. Christos Dimopoulos received his BSc degree in Automation from the Technological Educational Institute (TEI) of Piraeus. He completed his Master of Science degree in Control Engineering at the University of Sheffield. He received his Doctor of Philosophy degree from the same University. His PhD thesis described the application of Genetic Programming in the area of production research. He is currently employed as an Associate Professor in Computer Science & Engineering in European University Cyprus. He is also employed as a researcher at the EUC Research Centre Ltd.

Dr. Dimopoulos research work covers the areas of decision support systems, software engineering, and educational technology. He is particularly focused on the development of interdisciplinary research applications for the solution of real-life problems and the provision of educational services. His research accomplishments include a considerable number of refereed articles and book chapters published in academic journals and edited books, as well as a considerable number of refereed publications presented in major international conferences. In 2002 he received the ‘Outstanding Paper of the Year Award’ by the Neural Networks Council of IEEE for his publication "Recent developments in evolutionary computation for manufacturing optimisation: problems, solutions and comparisons" in the journal ‘IEEE Transactions in Evolutionary Computation’.  He is currently participating (and has participated in the past) as project coordinator, principal investigator and research collaborator in European and Cypriot-level research projects. He is a member of the ICT – Enhanced Education Laboratory.


1997-2000

PhD in Control Systems

Department of Automatic Control & Systems Engineering, University of Sheffield

1996-1997

MSc in Control Systems (Pass with distinction)

Department of Automatic Control & Systems Engineering, University of Sheffield

1991-1995

BSc in Automation

Department of Automation, Technological Educational Institute (TEI) of Piraeus


2014-2016

European Commission – TEMPUS (Researcher):NeReLa: Building Network of Remote Labs for Strengthening University-Vocational Schools Collaboration (Total budget: 800.000 Euros)

2014-2016

European Commission – LLP (Researcher):School On Cloud: Connecting Education to the Cloud for Digital Citizenship (Total budget: 600.000 Euros)

2011-2013

Cyprus Research Promotion Foundation (Coordinator – Principal Investigator):I-DESME (MHXAN-0609(BIE)-05: Interdisciplinary Design of Scheduling Decision Support Systems for Cypriot Small to Medium Enterprises (Total budget: 170.000 Euros)

2010-2012

European Commission (National Correspondent - Researcher):MASIS:Monitoring Policy and Research Activities on Science in Society in Europe (Total budget: 850.000 Euros)

2009-2012

European Commission - LLP (Researcher)EUGENE: EUropean and Global ENgineering Education (Total budget: 800.000 Euros)

2004-2008

European Commission - COST Action A29 (Researcher & Activity Coordinator): HOPS: Human and Organizational Factors in Production Planning and Scheduling (Total budget: 4.5 Million Euros)

2007-2008

Eureka (Researcher - Analyst):E!3118-Eurolearn European Welder (59225 CYP)

2006-2007

Cyprus College Research Fund (Principal Investigator): An evolutionary framework for the solution of multi-objective scheduling problems.

2005-2006

Cyprus College Research Fund (Principal Investigator): A Genetic Programming methodology for the solution of the assembly line balancing problem


Reports

  1. MASIS (Monitoring Policy and Research Activities on Science in Society in Europe) report for the country of Cyprus, 2011. Available in electronic form from the MASIS website

Journal Articles

  1. Papageorgiou, G. & Dimopoulos, C., “An Organizational Systems Perspective to Business Process Modeling in Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs): a Case of Food Production”, International Journal of Economics and Business Administration, in print.
  2. Dimopoulos, C., “Explicit consideration of multiple objectives in cellular manufacturing”, Engineering Optimization, vol. 39, no.5, pp.551-565, 2007
  3. Dimopoulos, C., "Multiobjective optimisation of manufacturing cell design", International Journal of Production Research, Special Issue on “Advances in Evolutionary Computation for Design and Manufacturing Problems”, vol.44, no.22, pp.4855-4875, 2006.
  4. Dimopoulos, C., and Mort, N., “Evolving knowledge for the solution of clustering problems in cellular manufacturing”, International Journal of Production Research,
  5. Dimopoulos, C. and Zalzala, A.M.S, "Investigating the use of genetic programming for a classic one-machine scheduling problem”, Advances in Engineering Software, Elsevier Journal Special Edition - Evolutionary and Adaptive Computing in Design and Manufacture 2000, vol.32, no.6, pp.489-498, 2001.
  6. Dimopoulos, C., and Mort, N., “A hierarchical clustering methodology based on genetic programming for the solution of simple cell-formation problems”, International Journal of Production Research, vol.39, no.1, pp.1-19, 2001.
  7. Dimopoulos, C., and Zalzala, A.M.S., “Recent developments in evolutionary computation for manufacturing optimisation: problems, solutions and comparisons”, IEEE Transactions in Evolutionary Computation, vol.4, no.2, pp.93-113, 2000.

Book Chapters

  1. Riezebos, J., Hoc, J-M., Mebarki, N., Dimopoulos, C., Wezel, W.M.C. van, Pinot, G., “Design of Planning & Scheduling Algorithms: A Critical Discussion”, Behavioral Operations in Planning and Scheduling, Springer, 2011, pp.299-322.
  2. Riezebos, J., Hoc, J-M., Mebarki, N., Dimopoulos, C., Wezel, W.M.C. van, Pinot, G., “Design of Planning & Scheduling Algorithms: Applications”, Behavioral Operations in Planning and Scheduling, Springer, 2011, pp.371-412.
  3. Dimopoulos, C., "Evolutionary Optimization in Production Research" in Jean-Philippe Rennard ed., Handbook of Nature Inspired Computing in Economics and Management, Idea Publishing, Chapter XXXII, pp.483-497, 2007.

Conference Proceedings

  1. Papageorgiou, G. & Dimopoulos, C, “Business Process Modeling for the development of Decision Support Systems in Manufacturing SMEs”, in the International Conference on Applied Business and Economics (ICABE2012), Electronic Proceedings, Nicosia, Cyprus, October 2012.
  2. Katzis, K., Dimopoulos, C., & Hawwash, K., “Attracting Students to Engineering Education Studies: A Survey of Practices”, in the SEFI Annual Conference 2012, Electronic Proceedings, Thessaloniki, Greece, September 2012.
  3. Dimopoulos, C., Cegarra, J., Gavriel, G., “Developing Interdisciplinary Specifications for the Design and Implementation of IT Scheduling Decision Support Systems: An SME Case Study”, in the 10th International Conference on Manufacturing Research (ICMR 2012), Electronic Proceedings, Birmingham, UK, 2012.
  4. Dimopoulos, C., Cegarra, J., Gavriel, G., Chouchourelou, A., & Papageorgiou, G., “Interdisciplinary Modelling of Scheduling Environments: A Case Study”, in the 4th Production & Operations Management World Conference (P&OM 2012), Electronic Proceedings, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2012.
  5. Dimopoulos, C., Katzis, K., & Hawwash, K., “Attracting Students to Engineering Education Studies: A Survey of Practices”, in the 1st World Engineering Education Flash Week, Electronic Proceedings, pp. 452-456, ISBN: 978-2-87352-004-5, Lisbon, Portugal, September 2011.
  6. Dimopoulos, C., “An Interdisciplinary Software Engineering Process for the Development of IT Scheduling Decision Support Systems”, in the International Conference on Computer Science and Applied Computing (Intercomp 2011), Electronic Proceedings, Vienna, Austria, February 2011.
  7. Dimopoulos, C., “An Interactive Decision Support System For Multi-Objective Scheduling Tasks”, in the 1st Human and Organisational Factors in Planning and Scheduling Conference (HOPS 2008), Electronic Proceedings, Lausanne, Switzerland, September 2008.
  8. Riezebos, J., Dimopoulos, C., Wezel, W.M.C., van,  Hoc, J-M.,  Mebarki, N., Pinot, G., “Algorithm Design With Human And Organizational Considerations For Planning And Scheduling Problems”, in the 1st Human and Organisational Factors in Planning and Scheduling Conference (HOPS 2008), Electronic Proceedings, Lausanne, Switzerland, September 2008.
  9. Riezebos, J., Hoc, J-M., Mebarki, N., Dimopoulos, C., Wezel, W.M.C. van, Pinot, G., “Design of Scheduling Algorithms”, in the European Operations Management Association (EUROMA 2008) Conference, Electronic Proceedings, Groningen, The Netherlands, June 2008.
  10. Dimopoulos, C., “An evolutionary multi-objective decision tool for job-shop scheduling”, in the 11th International Conference on Human Aspects of Advanced Manufacturing Agility and Hybrid Automation (HAAMAHA 2007), Karwowski, W. and Trzcielinski, S. (eds), pp.371-382, Poznan, Poland, July 2007.
  11. Dimopoulos, C., “Evolution of priority rules for simple assembly line balancing problems”, in Industrial Engineering & Systems Management 2007 (IESM 2007), Electronic Proceedings, Beijing, China, May-June 2007.
  12. Dimopoulos, C., “Multiple objectives in cellular manufacturing: An evolutionary approach”, in Adaptive Computing in Design and Manufacture (ACDM 2006), Parmee, I.C., (ed.), pp.91-95, Bristol, UK, April 2006.
  13. Dimopoulos, C., “A novel approach for the solution of the multiobjective cell-formation problem”, in Proceedings of the International Conference of Production Research (ICPR ’05), Electronic Proceedings Salerno, Italy, August 2005.
  14. Dimopoulos, C., “A Genetic Programming methodology for the solution of the multi-objective cell-formation problem”, in Proceedings of the Joint Conference in Information Systems (JCIS ’05), Heng-Da Cheng (ed.), (Electronic Proceedings, ISBN 0-9707890-3-3), Salt Lake City, USA, July 2005.
  15. Dimopoulos, C., “A Review of Evolutionary Multiobjective Optimization Applications in the Area of Production Research”, in Proceedings of the Congress on Evolutionary Computation (CEC ’04), vol.2, pp.1487-1494, Oregon, USA, June 2004. IEEE Press.
  16. Dimopoulos, C. and Mort, N., “Solving cell-formation problems under alternative quality criteria and constraints with a genetic programming-based hierarchical clustering algorithm”, in Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Control, Automation, Robotics and Vision, pp.3445-3446, Singapore, 5-8 December, 2000.
  17. Dimopoulos, C. and Mort, N., “Evolving similarity coefficients for the solution of cellular manufacturing problems”, in Proceedings of the Congress on Evolutionary Computation (CEC 2000), pp.617-624, San Diego, California, USA, July 2000. IEEE Press.
  18. Dimopoulos, C. and Mort, N., "A genetic programming-based hierarchical clustering procedure for the solution of the cell-formation problem ",in Adaptive Computing in Design and Manufacture (ACDM 2000), Parmee, I.C., (ed.), pp. 211-222, Plymouth, April 2000. Springer.
  19. Dimopoulos, C. and Mort, N., “Genetic programming for cellular manufacturing”, in Proceedings of the 2nd Workshop on European Scientific and Industrial Collaboration (WESIC ’99), Roberts, G.N., and Tubb, C.A.J., (eds.), Newport, Gwent, September 1999. Mechatronics Research Centre.
  20. Dimopoulos, C. and Zalzala, A.M.S., “Evolving scheduling policies through a genetic programming framework”, in Proceedings of the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO ’99), Banzhaf, W., et al. (eds.), vol. 2, pp.1231, Orlando, Florida, USA, July 1999. Morgan Kaufmann.
  21. Dimopoulos, C. and Zalzala, A.M.S., “A genetic programming heuristic for the one-machine total tardiness problem”, in Proceedings of the Congress on Evolutionary Computation (CEC ’99), vol.3, pages 2207-2214, Washington D.C., USA, July 1999. IEEE Press.
  22. Dimopoulos, C. and Zalzala, A.M.S, "Optimisation of cell configuration and comparisons using evolutionary computation approaches", in IEEE World Congress on Evolutionary Computation (ICEC ‘99), pp.148-153, Anchorage, Alaska, May 1998. IEEE.
  23. Dimopoulos, C. and Zalzala, A.M.S, "Evolutionary computation approaches to cell optimisation", in Adaptive Computing in Design and Manufacture (ACDM ’98), Parmee, I.C., (ed.), pp. 69-83, Plymouth, April 1998. Springer.
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