Professor. Undergraduate studies at the National Technical University of Athens (Dipl.-Ing. In Electrical Engineering, summa cum laude, 1988). Graduate studies at Princeton University (Ph.D. 1994, M.A. 1991 - both in Computer Science). He has worked and taught at the University of Washington, Seattle, USA (1994-1995) and the University of Cyprus (1996; 1998-today). Ηe also taught as visiting professor at the University of Crete, Greece (10/2004), Rutgers University, USA (spring 2005), National Technical University of Athens, Greece (fall 2021) and Université de Paris Cité (5/2022). At the University of Cyprus, professor Dikaiakos has served as Head of the Computer Science Department (2010-2014) and founding Director of the Centre for Entrepreneurship (2014-2021). He also established and is the Principal Investigator of the Laboratory for Internet Computing at the Department of Computer Science, University of Cyprus, where he directs several research projects funded by the European Union and the Research and Innovation Foundation of Cyprus. Prof. Dikaiakos is Associate Editor of Springer’s Computing jornal, has served in the program committees of many international scientific conferences and has consulted with the European Commission and several organizations of European countries and China in evaluating research proposals, research projects, and academic work. Prof. Dikaiakos has published over 160 papers in peer-reviewed scientific journals and academic conferences. His research interests include Network-Centric Computing with an emphasis on Cloud Computing systems (Performance, Dependability, Monitoring) and Online Social Network Analysis and Knowledge Extraction.
Internet Computing, Network-Centric Systems, Software Tools. Recent research activities focus on Cloud Computing and Online Social Networks. Principal institutional investigator or principal investigator for over 22 projects funded by the European Union and the Research Promotion Foundation of Cyprus, and has published over 150 papers in books, international scientific journals and refereed conference proceedings. Led the development of several research software systems released internationally.