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Konstantinos Papanikitas

Konstantinos Papanikitas is currently a software engineer and PHD student in NAM group in the University of Patras, Greece. He holds a diploma since 2005 from the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the National Technical University of Athens, a Master of Science degree since 2007 in Renewable Energy Sources from the National Technical University of Athens and currently he performs his PHD studies at the University of Patras. His PHD is in the area of social networks and p2p systems.


VITAL++ mainly aspires at defining and illustrating a new communication paradigm that will demonstrate how content-based applications and services, highly heterogeneous in terms of user functions and distributed in the network, can be enrolled in the frame designated by the operations of traditional telecommunication networks and thus be widely available to the users with proper QoS, security and adequate privacy.

Concept :     Enroll the P2P communication concept in the domain of the NGN networks

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