Apostolos Gkamas


Apostolos Gkamas obtained his Diploma, Master Degree and Ph.D from the Computer Engineering and Informatics Department of Patras University (Greece). He is currently an Associate Professor in University Ecclesiastical Academy of Vella, Ioannina. His research interests include Computer Networks, Telematics, Multimedia transmission and Cross Layer Design. More particularly he is engaged in transmission of multimedia data over networks and multicast congestion control. He has published more than 70 papers in international Journals and well-known refereed conferences. He is also co-author of three books (one with subject Multimedia and Computer Networks one with subject Special Network Issues and one with subject IPv6). He has participated in various R&D project (in both EU and national) such as IST, FP6, FP7, Integer eLearning, PENED, EPEAEK, Information Society.

Research Interests:

  • Multimedia Transmission Cross Layer Design of Multimedia Applications
  • Multicast congestion control
  • Real Time Protocols and Services
  • Quality of Service
  • Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
  • Distant Learning
  • Large scale (thousands of participants or more) collaboration over Internet for decision making

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