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Dr Angelos Marnerides

Lecturer in Computer Networking

Angelos Marnerides




Tel: +44 1524 510310

Research overview

Dr. Angelos K. Marnerides is Lecturer (tenured Assistant Professor) in the School of Computing & Communications (SCC) at Lancaster University, UK. Prior to that (2014-2016) he was a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in the department of Computer Science at Liverpool John Moores University, UK. In the past, he also held postdoctoral appointments in the ECE department at Carnegie Mellon University, USA, in DCC at the University of Porto, Portugal, in SCC at Lancaster University, UK, and he was also appointed as a visiting postdoc at the EE department at University College London (UCL), UK. Angelos has extensive research experience in the area of network resilience with particular interests in network security and anomaly detection for a range of application scenarios in the contexts of the backbone Internet traffic, the IoT, the SmartGrid/SmartCities and vehicular networks. During his career Angelos has been heavily involved in the composition, activities and management of a number of UK (EPSRC, Innovate UK), EU (FP6, FP7, H2020), US (NSF) and Portuguese (FCT) research projects. He has been a member of the IEEE since 2007 and served as a Technical Program Committee (TPC) member for a number of top IEEE conferences including IEEE ICC, IEEE GLOBECOM, IEEE CCNC and IEEE GLOBALSIP. Angelos is the current TPC co-chair in the IEEE CCNC 2018 Track 2, the organizer and co-chair for IEEE INFOCOM CNTCV since 2015, the Symposium TPC co-chair in IEEE GLOBALSIP 2017 and the co-chair in the IEEE WoWMoM 2018 PhD Forum.  He has published a number of papers in prestigious IEEE conferences and journals and has also been invited to serve as an external reviewer for several research project proposals (e.g., Chilean national commision), top-tier journals and conferences. Within SCC, he is also the International Teaching Partnership (ITP) Scheme Director for SCC with Sunway University, Malaysia. He received an MSc and PhD in Computer Science from Lancaster University, UK.

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