Maria Grammatikou is a Senior Researcher and Coordinator of the Network Management and Optimal Design Laboratory (NETMODE) in NTUA, Greece. She works as a Senior Researcher in NTUA and since 1998 she has participated in several National and European Reasearch Programs in NTUA. Her research interests include topics on management and Optimal Design of Computer Communication Networks, Quality of Service, Security and Intrusion Detection Systems, Cloud Computing Architectures, Electronic Commerce and web-based technologies, parallel/distributed systems and communication systems evaluation.
She has a PhD in Computer Science from the NTUA of Greece. She has several publications in conferences, books and journals related to her research interests.
She has organised and coordinated a workshop in the International Conference CloudCom 2011 (http://2011.cloudcom.org/) with a global presence and great appeal. Also, she has taken a coordinating role in the European Reserach Project NOVI (NOVI - Networking innovations Over Virtualized Infrastructures) in which NTUA had undertaken the overal coordination of the project.
She has an extensive experience in software systems design & development and she has participated in many European projects. She is a member of IEEE and TEE and also she is a member of the WG7/TC48 Working Group and TM and DMT Forums.
Τopics on Management and Optimal Design of Computer Communication Networks, Quality of Service and Monitoring, Security and Intrusion Detection Systems, Cloud Computing Architectures, Electronic Commerce and web-based technologies, Parallel/Distributed Systems and Communication Systems Evaluation.
- Introductory Lab of Electronics and Telecommunications (Undergraduate - 3rd Semester)
- Digital Communications I (Undergraduate - 6th Semester)
- Queuing Systems (Undergraduate - 6th Semester)
- Network Management – Intelligent Networks (Undergraduate - 9th Semester)
- Multimedia Content in the Internet: Synchronization, Processing and Delivery (Graduate - Fall Semester)
- Management of E-Commerce Systems (Graduate - Spring Semester)