Network of Excellence in Internet Science

Organising Committee

Anna SatsiouAnna Satsiou, Centre for Research & Technology Hellas (CERTH)

Anna Satsiou is an associate researcher in the Informatics and Telematics Institute (ITI) of the Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH) and a member of the Networks and Telecoms lab in UTH, having participated in many EU R&D projects, including FP7 STREPs WIP, NanoDataCenters, STAR-TRANS, PURSUIT, NoE TREND. She is currently responsible for the technical coordination of the Network of Excellence in Internet Science, FP7-NoE-EINS. Her research interests are in the general area of telecommunications and networking, with a focus on p2p and social networks.

Leandros TassiulasLeandros Tassiulas, Centre for Research & Technology Hellas (CERTH).

Leandros Tassiulas is Professor of Computer and Communications Engineering at the University of Thessaly, Greece and associate director of ITI-CERTH. His research interests are in the field of computer and communication networks. He worked extensively on fundamental mathematical models of communication networks, cross-layer architectures and protocols of wireless systems, and sensor networks.

Ileana ApostolIleana Apostol, Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich (ETH).

Ileana Apostol is researcher at ETH Zurich, Chair of Spatial Planning. She holds a PhD in Planning from USC Los Angeles, a Master of Infrastructure Planning from the University of Stuttgart, and a Master in Urbanism and a Bachelor in Architecture from UAUIM Bucharest. The main focus of her research is the relation between social norms and spatial forms, and in particular in design and planning practices that allow social relations to transform dynamically within the hybrid realm of our cities.

Panayotis AntoniadisPanayotis Antoniadis, Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich (ETH).

Panayotis Antoniadis is a senior researcher at ETH Zurich. Since 2012, he is pursuing an interdisciplinary research agenda on the role of social software and wireless networks for building sustainable and convivial hybrid neighborhood communities. With colleagues from the field of urban planning, he has proposed a novel social learning approach based on an under development hybrid experimental framework, the NetHood toolkit,, which operates outside the public Internet and allows local communities to own, customize, and operate their own ICTs according to their own values and objectives.