Manos is a Research & Teaching Assistant at Université Paris Seine, France, doing a PhD in Computer Science on "Quality & Privacy in User-generated Big Data: Algorithms & Techniques".
He holds an MSc in Science & Technology of Electrical & Computer Engineering and an Engineer's Degree (5-year programme) in Computer & Communication Engineering from University of Thessaly, Greece.
His broad research interests focus in (but are not limited to) the area of Ubiquitous Computing, Internet of Things and especially Crowdsensing and Data Management.
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Computer Science•2019
Explore integration issues for spatio-temporal data coming from crowdsourcing platforms and understand the impact to the privacy of personal information. Study matters relating to the effect of size of data to the quality and the impact of improved quality on users' privacy.
Master of Science (MSc), Science & Technology of Electrical & Computer Engineering•2015
Extend "EasyHarvest" to support the flexible development, installation and activation of dynamic standalone and collaborative privacy mechanisms using Wi-Fi Direct on mobile personal devices, as independently developed software components that can be used in conjunction with sensing applications that run on the device. [Read More]
Engineer's Degree (5-year programme), Computer & Communication Engineering•2014
Build "EasyHarvest", a crowdsourcing framework that simplifies the deployment and controlled execution of large-scale sensing applications on Android smartphones via a single web interface. Introduce a RESTful API in Java on top of Tomcat for client-server communication and data collection organized in SQL and XML structures. [Read More]
Research & Teaching Assistant• Oct. 2016 - Present
IT Consultant• Oct. 2015 - Sep. 2016
Design "Live Like Local", a collaborative cross-platform framework that facilitates the communication of citizens with local authorities. Let visitors discover how the locals live and allow businesses to offer unique experiences and maximize their profits.
Intern• Jul. - Sep. 2015
Graduate Assistant• Sep. 2014 - May 2015