The Fourth IASTED International Conference on
Antennas, Radar and Wave Propagation
~ARP 2007~

May 30 – June 1, 2007
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

TUTORIAL SESSION

New Directions in the Design of Secure Wireless Systems

Prof. Peter Stavroulakis
Technical University of Crete, Greece
[email protected]

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Prof. Peter Stavroulakis joined Bell Laboratories in 1973 and worked there until 1979 when he joined Oakland University in Rochester Michigan as an associate Professor of Engineering. He worked at Oakland University until 1981 when he joined ATT International and subsequently NYNEX International until 1990. From 1990 to present, he has been at Technical University of Crete.
He joined the Technical University of Crete (TUC) Greece as a full Professor of Electrical Engineering in May 1990. His work at Bell Labs and Oakland University resulted in the publication of an IEEE reprint book on Interference Analysis of Communication Systems and the publication of a number of papers in the general area of telecom systems. He is also the Author/Editor of twelve other books in the general area of Telecommunication Systems. He has presented many Tutorials in International Conferences on security Applications in Telecommunications. While at ATT and NYNEX he worked as a Technical Director whose responsibility was to lead a team dealing with techno-economic studies on various large national and International Telephone Systems and Data Networks. When he joined TUC, he led the team for the development of the Technology Park of Chania and has had various administrative duties besides his teaching and research responsibilities. Prof. Stavroulakis is the founder of the Telecommunication Systems Institute of Crete, a research centre for the training of Ph.D. students in Telecommunications, associated with and in close collaboration with various research centers and Universities in Europe and the U.S.A. He now has a very large research team, the work of which is funded by various public and private sources including European Union. He is a member of the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Communications, International Journal of Satellite Systems and Networking and has been a reviewer for many Technical International Journals. His current research interests are focused on the application of various heuristic methods on Telecommunications, including Neural Networks, Fuzzy Systems and Genetic Algorithms and Chaos also in the development of new schemes to increase security in Mobile and Wireless Systems. Recently he has become Member of the Editorial Board of China Communications and a Leading Turkish Electronics Journal.

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