Project members and affiliated members

Ioannis Chatzigeorgiou

Ioannis Chatzigeorgiou

Project member, Lecturer in Communication Systems

Ioannis joined Lancaster University in October 2010. He received the Dipl.-Ing. degree in Electrical Engineering from Democritus University of Thrace, Greece in 1997, the MSc degree in Satellite Communication Engineering from the University of Surrey in 2000 and the PhD degree from the University of Cambridge in 2007. Before joining Lancaster University, he was a post-doctoral research associate at the Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge and an ERCIM research fellow at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). His research interests focus on the application of communication theory and signal processing techniques for the study, analysis and design of wireless networks.

For more information, see the personal page of Ioannis.

Ioannis Chatzigeorgiou

Andrea Tassi

Project member, Post-doctoral Research Associate

Andrea completed his PhD in "Telecommunication Systems and Telematics" at the University of Florence (Firenze, Italy). His research activity has been mainly devoted to the mathematical modelling and optimization of broadcast and multicast communications over LTE/LTE-Advanced networks. In particular, his dissertation deals with defining resource allocation models, which ensure that all the users (or a given subset of them) successfully recover delivered data flows with a certain probability. Communication reliability is ensured by optimized network coding schemes. He took part in several research activities aiming at optimizing broadcast and multicast layered video services (namely, H.264-based video streams) over Single Cell- and Single Frequency Network-eMBMS telecommunication systems.

For more information, see the personal page of Andrea.

Andrew Jones

Andrew Jones

Affiliated member, Postgraduate student
(MSc by Research in Communication Systems)

After finishing his A Levels in Mechanical Maths, Physics and Computing at Yale College Wrexham, he moved to Lancaster University. After four years, he was awarded a 1st Class MEng in Computer Systems Engineering. He is currently working towards an MSc by Research with the EPSRC funded R2D2 project: Network error control for Rapid and Reliable Data Delivery.