Anastasios Fragopoulos


Software Engineer
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Research Focus at QCRI

Since August 2015, Anastasios has been working at Qatar Computing Research Institute as a systems engineer under the division of the Research Computing IT Infrastructure team. He mainly works on supporting, configuring and administering QCRI’s Private Cloud and Azure Public Cloud, back-end IT infrastructure systems, while coping with researchers’ requirements for IT infrastructure provisioning and services design and deployment.

QCRI has made great strides in the utilization of Private & Public Clouds, allowing researchers to self-provision IaaS, PaaS and other IT services, and Anastasios has contributed to this success. He is working extensively in the area of performance optimization of QCRI’s back-end systems, in the building of monitoring tools for the core systems of QCRI’s Private Cloud, and in helping researchers efficiently utilize resources and build services and applications, on top of our virtualized environment.

Anastasios is a focal point for designing and deploying services and applications, providing Linux-based servers (as virtual machines) to researchers, on top of our virtualized private cloud. He acts as a liaison between QCRI and vendors (VMware, EMC, DC services provider), for any support cases and escalation. He also documents architectural and functional specifications of QCRI's core internal systems, applications and infrastructure.



Previous Experience


Professional Experience

Senior IT Systems Engineer, QCRI:
2015-present

Researcher, QCRI
2014-1015     

Group Head of IT, Security, Systems and Operations, VIVERE Group, Greece
2010-2014

Manager, Systems and Operations, IT & Telecoms Division, Theros International Gaming Inc. Greece
2009-2010

Administrative Assistant, The Director of Operations, Theros International Gaming Inc., Greece
2003-2009

Software Analyst and Developer, INTRACOM S.A.  (Patras Section) - ERICSSON, Greece
2001-2003

Professional Associations and Awards

  • IEEE
  • ACM

Education

PhD candidate, 2004-2015

University of Patras, Greece

Department of Electrical & Computing Engineering, Computing Systems Laboratory 

Research Areas: Digital Rights Management Systems in user-centric and personal health ecosystems | MPEG-21 based Rights Management | Embedded Systems Security 

BSc, Physics, 1999

University of Patras, Greece

Department of Physics, School of Theoretical Sciences


Selected Research

  • A. G. Fragopoulos and D. N. Serpanos, "Intellectual Property Protection using Embedded Systems," in Security and Embedded Systems. vol. 2, R. Giladi and D. N. Serpanos, Eds., ed: IOS Press, 2005, pp. 44-56.
  •  A. Fragopoulos, D. Serpanos, and A. G. Voyiatzis, "Design Issues in Secure Embedded Systems," in Embedded Systems Handbook, Second Edition: Networked Embedded Systems (Industrial Information Technology), R. Zurawski, Ed., 2nd ed: CRC Press, 2009, p. 23.
  • A. Fragopoulos, J. Gialelis, and D. Serpanos, "Security framework for pervasive healthcare architectures utilizing MPEG-21 IPMP components," International Journal of Telemedicine and Applications, 2009.
  • A. G. Fragopoulos, J. Gialelis, and D. Serpanos, "Imposing holistic privacy and data security on person centric ehealth monitoring infrastructures," in e-Health Networking Applications and Services (Healthcom), 2010 12th IEEE International Conference on, 2010, pp. 127-134.
  • A. Fragopoulos, J. Gialelis, and D. Serpanos, "DRM & Security Enabling Mechanisms Leveraging User Centric Multimedia Convergence," in Cutting Edge Research in New Technologies, P. C. Volosencu, Ed., ed: InTech, 2012, p. 43.

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