Distributed Computing

During the academic year 2012-2013, I was co-organizing a weekly research meeting in Distributed Computing at the Computation and Reasoning Laboratory (Corelab), School of Electrical & Computer Engineering, National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), Athens, Greece.

Research Group:

  • Evangelos Bampas, (co-organizer), NTUA (now postdoc at LaBRI, France) 
  • Christina Karousatou, NTUA (now PhD student at LIF, France)
  • Nikos Leonardos, University of Athens (now postdoc at LIAFA, France)
  • Euripides Markou, co-organizer
  • Aris Pagourtzis, Assist. Professor, NTUA
  • Matoula Petrolia, NTUA (now PhD student at Univ. of Nantes, France)
  • Stathis Zachos, Professor, and Corelab leader, NTUA

We studied distributed algorithms and computational complexity issues mainly for problems with mobile agents in networks. Here is a (non-exhaustive) list of studied problems:

  • Black Hole Search in Networks
  • Dynamic Faults in Networks
  • Tracking Users on Cellular Networks with Liars
  • Online Network Exploration
  • Mobile Agent Rendezvous in Networks
  • Decidability Classes for Mobile Agents Computing

Updated: 21-Sep-2021                                                                               email: e<lastname>@dib.uth.gr