University of Ioannina
Gregory Doumenis was born in Athens, Greece (1966). He received his Diploma in EE (1990) and his PhD in Broadband communication systems (1994) from the Electrical Engineering Department of NTUA, Greece. He participated as researcher and later as project manager in several EU funded R&D projects in the area of broadband networks and embedded systems. He collaborated with leading European companies (including ALCATEL, SIEMENS, INFINEON, ERICSSON).
Since 2011 Dr. Doumenis is assistant professor at the dept. of Informatics and Telecommunications of University of Ioannina (former dept. of Computer Engineering of the Technological Institute of Epirus); he teaches courses on “Digital signal processing”, “Embedded systems”, “Entrepreneurship and innovation” and “Autonomous sensor networks”. He is directing the “Autonomous Systems” laboratory (ASL), towards research in embedded systems, Internet of Things, energy efficiency and scavenging, autonomous navigation of smart objects.
Dr. Doumenis is co-author of more than 30 research papers published in widely accepted scientific magazines or international conferences and has applied for two national and two international patents. He has been invited to review papers for highly recognised journals such as IEEE’s Micro and Communications letters and Elsevier’s Integration VLSI journal. He is a regular reviewer and evaluator of EU backed RTD proposals and projects.