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Ph.D. Dissertations and M.Sc. Thesis PDF Print E-mail
Ph.D. Dissertations

At University of Cyprus  (all CS thesis can be found here )

Thesis advisor: Andreas Pitsillides

  1. Eliana Iouliani) Stavrou (Ph.D.), An Intrusion Recovery Security Framework in Wireless sensor Networks, Department of Computer Science, University of Cyprus, Thesis was defended in December 2012. Presentation slides are available here
  2. Andreas Kamilaris (Ph.D.), Enabling Smart Homes using Web Technologies, Department of Computer Science, University of Cyprus, Thesis was defended in December 2012. Presentation slides are available here.
  3. Andreas Xeros (Ph.D.), Information Dissemination in Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks, Department of Computer Science, University of Cyprus, Thesis was defended in November 2012. Presentation slides are available here.
  4. Pavlos Antoniou (Ph.D), Nature-Inspired Congestion Control and Avoidance in Wireless Sesor Networks, Thesis was defended in May 2012. Presentations slides are available here
  5. Andreas Panayides (Ph.D.), Diagnostically Resilient Encoding, Wireless Transmission, and Quality Assessment of Medical Video, (co-advisor with Prof. Constantinos Pattichis), Department of Computer Science, University of Cyprus, Thesis was defended in May 2011. Presentation slides are available here.
  6. Christophoros Christophorou (Ph.D.), Radio Resource Management for Efficient Multicast Provision in 3rd Generation Mobile Cellular Netwokrs, Thesis was defended in April 2011.
  7. Yiannos Mylonas (Ph.D.), Speed Adaptive Information Dissemination in Vehicular Ad-Hoc Networks, Thesis was defended in June 2010.
  8. Josephine Antoniou (Ph.D.), Cooperative Interactions in Converged Heterogeneous Communication Networks, Thesis was defended in Jan 2010.
  9. Chrysostomos Chrysostomou (Ph.D), Fuzzy Logic based AQM Congestion Control in TCP/IP networks, Thesis was defended in 2006.

Thesis Advisor Vasos Vassiliou

  1. Charalambos Sergiou (Ph.D.), Performance-aware Congestion Control in Wireless Sensor Networks Using Resource Control, Thesis was defended in November 2012.Presentation slides are available here.

 

Elsewhere

 Thesis advisor: Andreas Pitsillides

  1. Marios Lestas, Intelligent Congestion Control for Computer Networks, (co-advisor with Prof. Petros Ioannou), University of Southern California, USC. Thesis was defended in 2005.
  2. Ahmet Sekercioglu, Monash University, Adaptive Fuzzy Control in Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) based networks (External supervisor. Jointly supervised with Prof. Greg Egan). Thesis was defended in 1999.
  3. Xing Xu, Congestion control structures and algorithms for ATM networks, Swinburne University of Technology, Call number 621.3823 HU-C (External supervisor. Jointly supervised with Prof. Jim Lambert while at Swinburne University of Technology, Thesis was defended in 1996.
Thesis advisor: Jim Lambert
  1. Andreas Pitsillides, Control Structures and Techniques in Broadband-ISDN Communication Systems, PhD Thesis, June 1993. http://adt.lib.swin.edu.au/public/adt-VSWT20060321.132650/index.html

M.Sc. Thesis

At University of Cyprus(all CS thesis can be found here )

Thesis advisor: Andreas Pitsillides 

  1. Pani Koullourou, Thesis Title: Congestion Control for Streaming Applications in Wireless Sensor Networks , June 2009.
  2. Sophie Christoforou, Thesis Title: Delay/Jitter Prediction as part of RAN Selection Mechanism in 4G Converged Networks, June 2008.
  3. Nicos Ioannou, Thesis title: Streaming video over wireless LANs, May 2007. 
  4. Antoniou Antonios, Thesis title: Sensor Network control of overload conditions, May 2007.
  5. Sergiou Charalambos, Thesis title: Congestion Control in Wireless Sensor Networks, May 2007.
  6. Christos Haralambous, Thesis title: Investigating IPv6 mobility and roaming issues, May 2007.
  7. Neophytos Vlotomas, Thesis title: Enhanced Channel Switching in MBMS UMTS using a Dynamic Power Counting scheme, June 2006.
  8. Eliana Stavrou, Thesis title: Security issues in e-Healthcare, June 2006.
  9. Avgousti Rodothea, Thesis title: Workflow Analysis and Engineering in a Health Care Environment, June 2006.
  10. Andreou Panayiotis, Thesis title: A secure XML based synchronization scheme for mobile devices, June 2006.
  11. Christoforos Christoforou, Thesis title: A New Efficient Handover Algorithm for MBMS Enabled 3G Mobile Cellular Networks, Sept. 2005.
  12. Marinos Stylianou, Thesis title: Evaluating the Network Survivability: Issue of K-Best Paths through Graph Theoretic Techniques, June 2005.
  13. Loizos Papageorgiou, Thesis title: Analytic and Simulative Evaluation Study of 802.11 (DCF), June 2005.
  14. Josephine Antoniou, Thesis title: Coverage and Capacity Planning in Enhanced UMTS, June 2004.
  15. Marios Pieri, Thesis title: PKI Infrastructure in e-Health, November 2004.
  16. Costas Tziouvas, Thesis title: Extending diffserv architecture: integration of IDCC and RMD framework, May 2003.
  17. George Hadjipollas, Thesis title: Simulative Evaluation of IDCC in a resource management differentiated services environment, June 2003.
  18. Yiannos Mylonas, Thesis title: Implementation and Evaluation of Differentiated Services on Linux, July 2001.
  19. Loukas Rossides, Thesis title: Congestion Control in Integrated Services Networks, 1999.

Thesis advisor: Vasos Vassiliou

  1.  George Potamos (MSc, June 2011) - Multitier Video Sensor Network Implementation
  2. Aristodemos Paphitis (MSc, June 2011) - Evaluation of Resource Control Algorithms for Congestion Control in Wireless Sensor Networks
  3. Louiza Michael (MSc, Dec. 2009) – Multicast Feedback Control in Content Distribution Networks
  4. Christos Dionysiou (MSc Dec 2009) - Adaptive Video Creation and Near-real-time Streaming
  5. Photia Panayiotou (MSc June 2009) - Mobility Management in 6LowPAN Wireless Sensor Networks
  6. Elena kakoulli (MSc June 2009) - Mobility for Coverage Control in Wireless Sensor networks
  7. Maria Papa (MSc June 2009) - Traffic Engineering with Fault Tolerance in MPLS networks co-advising with Chryssis Georgiou
  8. Christodoulos Christodoulou (MSc June 2008) - Mobility Enhancements for MPLS
  9. Zinonas Zinonos (MSc January 2008) - Analysis of Handover Latency Components in MIPv6
  10. Sykopetritis Ioakim, Thesis title: Video Streaming Quality Optimization, May 2006

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