Dr. Sotiris Ioannidis is Principal Researcher at the Institute of Computer Science, FORTH.
His research interests inlude:
- Systems and Network Security
- Security Policy
- Operating Systems
- Network Monitoring and Management
Honors and Awards
- Marie Curie Fellow, 2008-2013
- USENIX Travel Grant, 2004
- Graduate Research Fellowship, CIS Department, University of Pennsylvania, 1999-2005
- Graduate Research Scholarship, CS Department, University of Rochester, 1996-1998
- Graduate Research Fellowship, ICS-FORTH, Greece, 1994-1996
- Erasmus Fellowship, 1993
- Undergraduate Scholarship, State Scholarships Foundation, Greece, 1990-1992
Participation in Recent Research Projects
- SysSec: A European Network of Excellence in Managing Threats and Vulnerabilities in the Future Internet. Europe for the World. Funded by the European Commission. Duration: 2010-2014.
- GN3: Multi-Gigabit European Research and Education Network and Associated Services. Funded by the European Commission - (third party involvement through GRNET). Duration: 2010-2012.
- HellasHPC: Funded by the Greek General Secretariat for Research and Development. Duration: 2010-2011.
- i-Code: Real-time Malicious Code Identification. Funded by the European Commission. Duration: 2010-2012.
- PASS: Privacy Architectures for System Services. Funded by Marie Curie International Reintegration Grants FP7-PEOPLE-2007-4-3-IRG. Duration: 2008-2013.
- WOMBAT: Worldwide Observatory of Malicious Behaviors and Attack Threats. Funded by the European Commission. Duration: 2008-2010.
- MOMENT: Monitoring and Measurement in the Next Generation Technologies. Funded by the European Commission. Duration: 2008-2010.
- FORWARD: Managing Emerging Threats in ICT Infrastructures. Funded by the European Commission. Duration: 2008-2009.
- NoAH: A European Network of Affined Honeypots. Funded by the European Commission through the Research Infrastructure Unit. Duration: 2005-2008.
Dr. Sotiris Ioannidis is an Principal Researcher at FORTH-ICS, an Adjunct Professor at the Computer Science Department of the University of Crete and a Marie-Curie Fellow. Dr. Ioannidis received his Doctorate degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 2005. His areas of interest include systems security, privacy and security policy, where he has dozens of publications in international, peer-reviewed, journals and conferences. He has also served as a member of the Technical Program Committee of leading conferences, such as ACM CSS, Usenix Security, etc.