Nicholas Loulloudes was born in Nicosia, Cyprus. In 2005 he received the BSc in Computer Science from Intercollege (now the University of Nicosia) with Cum Laude. In 2006, Nicholas received an MSc in Communications Networks and Software from the University of Surrey.
Currently he is a PhD Canidate at the Department of Computer Science at the University of Cyprus, under the supervision of Professor Marios D. Dikaiakos. His main reasearch focuses around the area of Vehicular Ad-Hoc Networks (VANET) protocol and services.
Since December 2006, Nicholas is working with the Laboratory for Internet Computing (former HPCL) as a research scientist, where among other he participated in the development of the g-Eclipse framework and also in the Testing and Certification support activity of the EGEE III project. During August 2010 - January 2011, he was on an research internship in Intelligent Transportations Systems with Siemens Corporate Research, Princeton, NJ, USA. On January 2011, Nicholas was awarded a 2-year research grant for New Researchers (PENEK) by the Cyprus Reseach Promotion Foundation, in the context of which, the V-Sense - A Vehicular Sensor Network Infrastructure, project was realized.
In February 2013, Nicholas joined the CELAR FP7 EU project performing research in the area of Automatic, Multi-Grained, elasticity-provisioning for the Cloud. From October 2014, he is the project-lead of the Cloud Application Management Framework (CAMF) thechnology project under the Eclipse Foundation.
Contact InformationNicholas Loulloudes
Laboratory for Internet Computing (LINC)
University of Cyprus