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Vangelis Angelakis (PhD, Docent)
Associate Professor

Mobile Telecommunications
Department of Science and Technology (ITN)
Linköping University, SWEDEN 

Office: SP 7206, Campus Norrköping
Tel: (+46) 11 363005
email

 


Short CV:

Vangelis joined LiU in 2009 as a Marie Curie postdoc with the Mobile Telecommunications group. He became an assistant professor in 2013, and since 2015 he is an associate professor with the Dept. of Science and Technology (ITN). In 2015 he also received his Docent from ITN-LiU in Infrainformatics. He holds a PhD from the Dept. of Computer Science of the University of Crete, Greece, acquired in 2008.

His research interests revolve around design of telecommunication systems' and networks' resources optimization with a focus on IoT and Smart City applications. He has held multiple guest posts both in the industry and academia, primarily through EU funded projects. The most recent one was within the EU-FP7 SOrBet project, which he coordinates, at Converge ICT solutions and Services, in the summer of 2015. He has been also been a guest researcher at the Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST), China, in 2013, a senior visiting scientist at Ranplan Wireless Network Design Ltd, United Kingdom, in 2012, and a visiting research associate at University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA, in 2005. He is, since 2014, a guest scholar at MAPCI (Mobile and Pervasive Computing Institute) at Lund University.

Vangelis is coordinating the EU FP7 MSCA IAPP project (SOrBet), and is a principal investigator for LiU in the EU FP7 SMARTCITIES RERUM project and the EU Horizon 2020 MSCA ITN WiVi-2020 project. He is also been acting as project manager within two more EU-funded projects coordinated by the Mobile Telecommunications group and has been in the OPTICWISE COST Action management committee. His research has also been funded by the ELLIIT excellence center, VR, and the GSRT.

Vangelis has more than 50 papers in international journals and peer-reviewed conferences. He is currently editing a Springer book in Smart Cities, due in 2016, and co-organizing the IEEE Globecom'15 workshop in Optimizing Heterogeneous Networking Technologies for the Internet of Things. Vangelis serves as an associate editor of the IEEE/KICS journal of communications and networks (JCN), and he has been serving as organizer and technical program committee member in a wide range of international conferences and workshops. 

 


Courses
     Undergradue and  Graduate Courses (2015)

·        TNK080: Wireless Communication Systems Course page

·        TNK115: Smart Cities Course page 

·        TNK103: Analysis of communication and transport systems Course page


     PhD Courses

  • Publication Strategies (2013)

 


Current Research 

  • Wireless Mobile network planning and resource optimization
  • Networking, reliability and scalability, for the IoT in the Smart Cities domain


PhD students

·         

·        N. Daneshfar

·        A. Kosta

·        C. Tatino (co-supervisor)

·        W. Li (co-supervisor)

·        I. Avgouleas,

·        L. You (co-supervisor),

·        Q. He(co-supervisor), [Lic. 2013],

·        L. Lei (co-supervisor), [PhD 2015],

·        S.M. Razavi (co-supervisor) [PhD 2014],

·        L. Chen (co-supervisor) [PhD 2013].

 


Publications


Book

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V. Angelakis, E. Z. Tragos, A. Kapovitz, H. Pöhls, and S. Nehifor. (eds.) Smart Cities: From Urban Design to IoT Solutions. Springer, 2016

 

Book Chapters

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Y. Li, N. Pappas, V. Angelakis, M. Pioro, and Di Yuan.  On the Resilient Network Design of Free Space Optical Wireless Network for Cellular Backhauling. In M. Uysal, et al. Optical Wireless Communications - An Emerging Technology, Springer, 2016

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V. Angelakis, E. Tragos, G. Perantinos, and Di Yuan. Probabilistic Routing Schemes for Ad-Hoc Opportunistic Networks. In I. Woungand et al. (eds.) Routing in Opportunistic Networks, Springer, (ISBN 978-1-4614-3513-6). Aug. 2013

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V. Angelakis, et al. Mobility Modeling for Transport Efficiency- Analysis of Travel Characteristics Based on Mobile Phone Data. In V. D. Blondel et al. (eds) Data for Development: the D4D Challenge on Mobile Phone Data. May 2013

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V. Angelakis, N. Gazoni, and Di Yuan. Probabilistic Routing in Opportunistic Ad Hoc Networks. In H. Zhou (edt.), Wireless Ad Hoc Networks, InTech, (ISBN 978-953-51-0896-2) Open Access book (CC-BY-3.0). Dec. 2012

 

Journals

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V. Angelakis, I. Avgouleas, N. Pappas, E. Fitzgerald, and D. Yuan, “Allocation of Heterogeneous Resources of an IoT Device to Flexible Services,” under revision, IEEE Internet of Things Journal, November 2015.

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Y. Li, N. Pappas, V. Angelakis, M. Pioro and Di Yuan, “Optimization of free space optical wireless network for cellular backhauling,” in IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, v. 33, n. 9, Sep. 2015

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G. Papadimitriou, N. Pappas, V. Angelakis, and A. Traganitis, “Network-Level Performance Evaluation of a Two-Relay Cooperative Random Access Wireless System,” Elsevier Computer Networks, v.88, Sep. 2015

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Q. He, V. Angelakis, A. Ephremides, and Di Yuan, “Polynomial complexity minimum-time scheduling in a class of wireless networks,” in  IEEE Transactions on Control of Network Systems, 2015

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A. Fragkiadakis, V. Angelakis, and E. Tragos, “Securing cognitive wireless sensor networks: a survey,” in International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks,” Special Issue on Protocols and Architectures for Next-Generation Wireless Sensor Networks, vol. 2014, Hindawi, 2014

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V. Angelakis, A. Ephremides, Q. He, and Di Yuan, “Minimum-time link scheduling for emptying wireless systems: solution characterization and algorithmic framework,” in IEEE Transactions on Information. Theory, vol. 60, pp. 1083 – 1100, 2014

[j3]

Di Yuan, V. Angelakis, L. Chen, E. Karipidis and Erik G. Larsson, “On optimal link activation with interference cancellation in wireless networking,” in IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology vol. 62, pp. 939-945, 2013

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V. Angelakis, L. Chen, Di Yuan, “Optimal and collaborative rate selection for interference cancellation in wireless networks,” in IEEE Communication Letters, v.15, n.8, Aug. 2011

[j1]

V. Angelakis, S. Papadakis, V.A. Siris and A. Traganitis, “Channel interference in 802.11a is harmful. Testbed validation of a simple quantification model,” in IEEE Communications Magazine, v.49, n.3, Mar. 2011


Conferences

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P. Mohapatra, N. Pappas, J. Lee, T. Quek, and V. Angelakis. “Stability Region of Two-user Full-duplex Broadcast Channel with Secrecy Constraint,” IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, May 2016.

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G. Z. Papadopoulos, N. Pappas, A. Gallais, T. Noel, and V. Angelakis. “Distributed Rate Adaptive Scheme for Reliable Data Collection in Fault and Delay Tolerant WSNs,” IEEE 2nd World Forum on Internet of Things (WF-IoT), December 2015.

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N. Pappas, J. Gunnarsson, L. Kratz, M. Kountouris, and V. Angelakis. “Age of Information of Multiple Sources with Queue Management,” IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC), London, UK, June 2015

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S. Fowler, j. Sarfraz, M. M. Abbas, and V. Angelakis. “Gaussian semi-Markov Model based on Real Video Multimedia Traffic,” IEEE ICC, London, UK, June 2015

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E. Tragos, V. Angelakis, et al. “An IoT based Intelligent Building Management System for Ambient Assisted Living,” IEEE ICC – AAL Workshop, London, UK, June 2015

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I. Avgouleas, N. Pappas, and V. Angelakis. “Cooperative Wireless Networking with Probabilistic On/Off Relaying,” IEEE Vehicular Telecommunications Conference 2015 – Spring (VTC2015-Spring), Workshop on Heterogeneous Networking for the Internet of Things, Glasgow, UK, May 2015

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V. Angelakis, I. Avgouleas, N. Pappas, and Di Yuan. “Flexible Allocation of Heterogeneous Resources to Services on an IoT Device,” IEEE INFOCOM’15 Student Workshop, Hong Kong, Apr. 2015

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I. Avgouleas, V. Angelakis, and N. Pappas. “Utilizing Multiple Full-Duplex Relays in Wireless Systems with Multiple Packet Reception,” IEEE International Workshop on Computer-Aided Modeling Analysis and Design of Communication Links and Networks (CAMAD), Athens, Greece, Dec. 2014

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Y. Li, N. Pappas, V. Angelakis, et al. “Resilient Topology design for Free Space Optical Cellular Backhaul Networking,” IEEE GLOBECOM Workshop on Optical Wireless Communications, Dec. 2014

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Y. Li, M. Pioro, V. Angelakis, et al. “Mathematical modelling of metric-driven routing and resource allocation in wireless mesh networks,” Networks, Madeira, Portugal, Sep. 2014

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M. Lundgren, D. Helgresson, V. Angelakis, X. Ge, and D. Yuan. “Energy Aware Rate Selection in Cognitive Radio Inspired Wireless Smart Objects,” IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC), Madeira, Portugal, June 2014

[c32]

S. Fowler, J. Sarfraz, M. Abbas, E. Bergfeldt, and V. Angelakis. “Evaluation and Prospects from a Measurement Campaign on Real Multimedia Traffic in LTE vs. UMTS,” Global Wireless Summit (GWS), Aalborg, Denmark, May 2014

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H. Pöhls, V. Angelakis, et al. “RERUM: Building a Reliable IoT upon Privacy- and Security- enabled Smart Objects,” IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference (WCNC) Workshop on IoT Communications and Technologies, Istanbul, Turkey, Apr. 2014

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E. Tragos, V. Angelakis, et al. "Enabling Reliable and Secure IoT-based Smart City Applications,” PerCity – IEEE Pervasive Computing (PerCom), Budapest, Hungary, Mar. 2014

[c29]

M. Surligas, S. Papadakis, V. Angelakis, et al. “Intelligent Building Management Systems Based on Cognitive M2M Communications,” European Conference on Wireless Sensor Networks, Oxford, UK, Feb. 2014

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L. Yuan, M. Pioro, and V. Angelakis, “Design of Cellular Backhaul Topology Using the FSO Technology,” IEEE International Workshop on Optical Wireless Communications (IWOW), Newcastle, UK, Oct. 2013

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C. Zhao, V. Angelakis, Di Yuan, and B. Timus, “Evaluation of Cell Selection Algorithms in LTE-Advanced Relay Networks,” IEEE CAMAD, Berlin, Germany, Sep. 2013

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S. M. Razavi, V. Angelakis, et al., “Leveraging mesh networking testbeds and management platforms towards heterogeneous wireless access by the MESH-WISE project,” IEEE Swedish Communication Technologies Workshop (Swe-CTW), Gothenburg, Sweden, Aug. 2013

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A. Hasanali, M. A. Shahzad, and V. Angelakis, “A Joint Subcarrier/Power allocation Scheme for OFDMA-based cellular networks,” IEEE Swe-CTW, Gothenburg, Sweden, Aug. 2013

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E. Tragos, V. Angelakis, “Cognitive Radio Inspired M2M Communications,” [invited] IEEE International Symposium on Wireless Personal Multimedia Communications (WPMC), Atlantic City, NJ, USA, June 2013

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V. Angelakis, et al., “Experience from Testbeds and Management Platforms Towards Mesh Networking with Heterogeneous Wireless Access,” CONWIRE - IEEE International Symposium on a World of Wireless, Mobile and Multimedia Networks, (WoWMoM), Madrid, Spain, June 2013

[c22]

V. Angelakis, E. Tragos, S. Papadakis, E. Karamichali, and Di Yuan, “Successive IC Enabled by Distributed Rate Control in an 802.11a Ad Hoc Wireless Network,”  IEEE Smart Communications in Network Technologies (SaCoNeT), Paris, France, June 2013

[c21]

V. Angelakis, S. Elyasi, S. Katuri, and Di Yuan, “Taking Advantage of Interference by Rate Control Algorithms in Wireless Networks,” SCPA - IEEE ICC, Budapest, Hungary, June 2013

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V. Angelakis, S. Elyasi, S. Katuri, and Di Yuan, “Collaborative Rate Selection Algorithms for Wireless Networks with Interference Cancellation,” the 4th Nordic Workshop on System & Network Optimization for Wireless (SNOW), Ylläs, Finland, Apr. 2013

[c19]

Di Yuan, V. Angelakis, and L. Lei, “Minimum-Length Scheduling in Wireless Networks with Multi-User Detection and Interference Cancellation: Optimization and Performance Evaluation,” IEEE International Conference on Communication Systems (ICCS), Singapore, Nov. 2012

[c18]

Q. He, V. Angelakis, A. Ephremides, and Di Yuan, “Revisiting Minimum-Length Scheduling in Wireless Networks: An Algorithmic Framework,” IEICE International Symposium on Information Theory and its Applications (ISITA), Honolulu, HI, USA, Oct. 2012

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A. Matinrad, V. Angelakis, and Di Yuan, “An ns-3 HSPA Network Simulator with Application to Evaluating a Base Station Removal Algorithm,” IET International Conference on Wireless Communications and Applications (ICWCA), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Oct. 2012

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L. Lei, V. Angelakis, and Di Yuan, “Performance Analysis of Chunk-Based Resource Allocation in Wireless OFDMA Systems,” IEEE International Workshop on Computer-Aided Modeling Analysis and Design of Communication Links and Networks (CAMAD), Barcelona, Spain, Sep. 2012

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A. Mihovska, R. Prasad, E. Tragos, and V. Angelakis, “Design considerations for a cognitive radio trust and security framework” (CAMAD), Barcelona, Spain, Sep. 2012

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V. Angelakis, A. Ephremides, Q. He, and Di Yuan, “On Emptying a Wireless Network in Minimum Time,” IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT). Boston, MA, USA, July 2012

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V. Angelakis, M. Sajid, I. Siddiqui, and Di Yuan, “A distributed, load-aware, power and frequency bargaining protocol for LTE-based networks,” SCPA - IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC), Ottawa, Canada, June 2012

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L. Lei, Di Yuan, and V. Angelakis, “Dynamic chunk-based resource allocation for wireless OFDMA system,” the 3rd Nordic SNOW Workshop, Trysil, Norway, Apr. 2012

[c11]

V. Angelakis, M. Sajid, I. Siddiqui, and Di Yuan, “A distributed, load-aware, power and frequency allocation scheme for LTE networks,” IEEE Swe-CTW, Stockholm, Sweden, Oct. 2011

[c10]

V. Angelakis, L. Chen, and Di Yuan, “A Fully Decentralized and Load-Adaptive Fractional Frequency Reuse Scheme,” IEEE MASCOTS, Singapore, Jul. 2011

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L. Chen, V. Angelakis, Di Yuan, “Planning and optimization algorithms for broadband cellular networks,” the 2nd Nordic SNOW Workshop, Sälen, Sweden, Mar. 2011

[c8]

V. Angelakis, et al., “Resource Efficient High Speed Wireless Networking,” the 2nd Nordic SNOW workshop, Sälen, Sweden, Mar. 2011

[c7]

N. Gazoni, V. Angelakis, V. Siris, and R. Bruno, “A framework for opportunistic routing in multi-hop wireless networks,” the 7th ACM International Symposium on Performance Evaluation of Wireless Ad Hoc, Sensor, and Ubiquitous Networks (PE-WASUN), Bodrum, Turkey, Oct. 2010

[c6]

N. Gazoni, V. Angelakis, R. Bruno, M. Conti and V. Siris, “A framework for adaptive opportunistic forwarding in wireless networks,” IEEE WoWMoM 2009, Kos, Greece, Jun. 2009

[c5]

V. Angelakis, S. Papadakis, N. Kossifidis, V. A. Siris, A. Traganitis, “The Effect of Using Directional Antennas on Adjacent Channel Interference in 802.11a: Modeling and Experience With an Outdoors Testbed,” IEEE Symposium on Modeling and Optimization in Mobile, Ad Hoc, and Wireless (WiOpt) – WinMee, Berlin, Germany, Mar. 2008

[c5]

V. Angelakis, S. Papadakis, V.A. Siris and A. Traganitis, “Adjacent Channel Interference in 802.11a: Modeling and Testbed validation,” IEEE Radio and Wireless Symposium (RWS), Orlando, FL, USA, Jan. 2008

[c4]

V. Angelakis, et al., “Heraklion MESH: An Experimental Metropolitan Multi-Radio Mesh Network,” WiNTECH - International Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking (MOBICOM), Montreal, Canada, Sep. 2007

[c3]

V. Angelakis, Apostolos Traganitis, Vasilios Siris, “Adjacent channel interference in a multi-radio wireless mesh node with 802.11a/g interfaces,” IEEE INFOCOM’07, Anchorage, AL, USA, 6-12 May 2007

[c2]

A. Ephremides, V. Angelakis and A. Traganitis, “SINR Ad-Hoc Networking,” [invited] IEEE Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications (PIMRC), Helsinki, Finland, Sep.  2006

[c1]

V. Angelakis, Apostolos Traganitis, “Extending the Dynamic Source Routing (DSR) Protocol to Deal with Node Selfishness in Ad Hoc Networks,” IEEE SoftCOM 2004, Split, Croatia, Oct., 2004