I am a Ph.D. student in the Electrical Engineering Department at Stanford University, where I work with Prof. Christos Kozyrakis. I am mainly interested in computer architecture and computer systems. Specifically, I work on QoS-aware scheduling and resource management techniques for large-scale datacenters. I believe that efficient, QoS-aware computer systems that operate in a predictable fashion should have a strong theoretical background. In the past I have also worked on modeling of datacenter workloads. I am a member of the MAST group, and I am also part of the SEDCL and EPIC projects that involve several Stanford professors and students.
I have previously earned an M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University (December 2011). In 2009 I graduated from the National Technical University of Athens with a diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering.
I am currently supported by the N.Arvanitidis Stanford Graduate Fellowship (2009-2013). I have also earned scholarships from the National Technical University of Athens (2005-2008), the State Scholarship Foundation (2007-2009), and the Greek National Scholarship Foundation (2005-2008).
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