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Dr Konstantinos B. Baltzis

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Dr. Konstantinos B. Baltzis was born in 1973. He received the B.Sc. degree in Physics in 1996 (9.2/10 - first in the School of Applied Sciences), the M.Sc. degree in Electronic Physics (Telecommunications division) in 1999 (9.3/10 - first in his class) and the Ph.D. degree in wireless communications engineering in 2005 (with honor), all from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh), Thessaloniki, Greece.

In 1999, he joined the RadioCommunications Laboratory of AUTh, where he is still working as a research associate. From 1999 to 2006 he was a teaching assistant at the Program of Postgraduate Studies in Electronic Physics (Radioelectrology) in the Department of Physics at AUTh. In the same period of time, he participated in five R&D funded projects in the same department. In 2007, he was employed as a network engineer by the Network Operations Center of AUTh. Since 2008, he has been a teaching staff member at the Program of Postgraduate Studies in Electronic Physics (Radioelectrology). In the past, he also worked as a part-time lecturer (2004-2006) and a part-time assistant professor (2006-2010) in the Department of Automation at Alexander Technological Institute of Thessaloniki and as a part-time lecturer (2004-2006) in the Department of Electronics at the same Institute.

Dr. Baltzis has authored or co-authored more than fifty articles in international peer-reviewed journals and conferences and he has contributed two book chapters. Dr. Baltzis is a Senior Member of IEEE (ComSoc, VTS, AP-S, MTT-S) and a member of FITCE, the Hellenic Physical Society and the Greek Association of Physicists in Electronics and Communications. He also serves as a member of the editorial board of the Radioengineering journal and the Journal of Wireless Networking and Communications and he is an active reviewer in 18 international scientific journals. His current research interests include wideband wireless communication systems, ad-hoc networking, radio propagation, antennas design, and evolutionary optimization methods.


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