School of ECE-NTUA welcomes new faculty
ECE organized a welcome event for the new faculty members that began as the Dean of ECE initiative on December 6, 2023. ECE is welcoming 19 Professors and 7 EDIP across its academic divisions. This new cohort of faculty members has either started their roles at ECE (2021, 2022, 2023) or will start their new roles within the coming year. The event aimed to bring together all newly arrived faculty members and to strengthen the connection among the new faculty members, current faculty, and Professors Emeriti of the ECE School. To this end, the event offered to the new faculty members an excellent opportunity to introduce themselves and widen their institutional connections.
The event was honored with the presence of the Rector of the National Technical University of Athens, Prof. Ioannis Chatjigeorgiou. In his short speech, the Rector congratulated the new faculty members and highlighted that he was looking forward to working with them toward shared goals.
Prof. Panayiotis Tsanakas, Dean of the ECE School, warmly welcomed the new faculty members to the NTUA community making them feel comfortable and valued, and shortly introduced their roles.
Prof. Nectarios Koziris, former Dean of the ECE School, also welcomed the new faculty members and highlighted that he felt happy for the new additions and deeply moved as he could see at least three generations gathered in the same place.
Meet the new faculty
Bartsiokas Ioannis (EDIP)
Ioannis A. Bartsiokas was born in Athens, Greece, in 1997. He received the M.Eng. and Ph.D. degrees in electrical and computer engineering (ECE) from the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), in 2020 and 2023, respectively. He is currently a Postdoctoral Researcher with the Intelligent Communications and Broadband Networks Laboratory (ICBNET), NTUA. He has participated as a researcher and technical manager in EU funded research and development projects. His research interests include wireless networks, radio resource management in 5G/B5G networks, machine learning, deep learning and distributed computation in wireless systems, adaptive modulation, MIMO antennas and Physical Layer Security (PLS) algorithms. He is, also, a member of the Technical Chamber of Greece.
Nikas Konstantinos (EDIP)
Konstantinos Nikas graduated from the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering of the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) in 2003. In 2008 he received his PhD from the Computer Science Department of the University of Manchester, where he was a member of the Advanced Processor Technologies research group. Since 2008 he is a member of the Computing Systems Laboratory (CSLab) of NTUA. His research interests lie mainly in the area of computer architecture with the goal of improving the performance and resource efficiency of single processing systems, focusing on memory hierarchies, TLBS, scheduling, and parallel programming models for shared memory, as well as computer systems for large scale applications, such as High-Performance Computing (HPC) and cloud computing. He has participated in more than 20 European and national research projects.
By Katerina Krithinaki, School of ECE-NTUA
December 18, 2023
*This article will soon be updated to reflect any new additions to the new faculty listing.
Photos courtesy of the School of ECE of the NTUA.
Photo collages' credit: Konstantinos Athanasiadis