Associate Professor
Department of Informatics Engineering
Technological Educational Institution of Crete
Estavromenos, 71401
Heraklion Crete
Greece

+30 2810 37 9884
amalamos@ie.teicrete.gr

Short CV

Athanasios G. Malamos received Bsc in Physics from the Univeristy of Crete (1992) and Msc and Phd from the Technical University of Crete at 1995 and 2000 respectively. From 1997 to 2002 he was research assistant and researcher in th ICCS National Technical University of Athens. Since 2002 is with Technological Educational Institute of Crete, Dept. of Informatics Engineering (former name of department Applied Informatics and Multimedia), as assistant professor (2002-2006) and associate professor (2006 until present).
Dr. Malamos is head of the Media Networks and Communications Lab, TEI Crete and he has worked as researcher or project coordinator to many EU and National (Hellenic) funded research projects. He is author of 53 research papers (15 in international journals, 6 chapters in scientific books and 32 in international conferences. Dr. Malamos is author or co-author in more than 36 scientific papers in books, Journals and Conferences in the area of Multimedia services and network performance evaluation.
He is an active member of the WEB3D community and he is leading the Spatial Sound group of interest. His team contributed the spatial sound, the Humanoid and the Physics libraries in X3DOM platform. He has supervised 3 PHDs and 8 Master Thesis.
He has served as Guest Editor in Graphical Models Journal (Springer), Special Issues Advances in Web3D and as General Chair in 20th International Conference on 3D Web Technology. Dr. Malamos has served as program and organizational committee in several IEEE and ACM international conferences and workshops. He is regular reviewer of IEEE, Springer as well as other international journals.
Dr. Malamos is honored with the ACM Recognition of Service Award and by the WEB3D consortium with recognition of his efforts as a member.
Dr. Malamos is a member of ACM SIGGRAPH, IEEE computer society and of the WEB3D consortium.
His research interests include multimedia services, multimedia semantics, WEB3D.