Josephina Antoniou

Josephina Antoniou is an Assistant Professor in Computing, the Course Leader of MSc Computing and the Research Lead for the School of Sciences at UCLan Cyprus. She has also been serving as Chair of the ACM-W (Association for Computing Machinery Women) Cyprus chapter and has been a Member of the National Committee of IAESTE (International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience) since 2014. She received her PhD in Computer Science in 2010 and her MSc in Advanced Computer Technologies in 2004, both from the University of Cyprus. She also holds a BA in Computer Science and Mathematics (Wartburg College, IA, USA). Her research experience includes FP6/FP7, H2020 and Erasmus Plus projects. She authored a book called Game Theory in Communication Networks, as well as numerous peer-reviewed articles and book chapters. Her research interests focus on Communication Networks; specifically, strategic modelling using Game Theory and Bayesian Principles, as well as the quantification of user experience using technological structures such as Cloud Computing, and context awareness. Josephina has also become interested in research around making science education more attractive to young people. Her previous teaching posts include Visiting Lecturer at the University of Cyprus, as well as Educational Personnel at the Open University of Cyprus. Finally, she’s a Professional Member of the Cyprus Scientific & Technical Chamber and the Association of Computing Machinery.

Language(s): Greek, English

 

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