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Kostas joined WSP in February 2012, as a Software & Systems Developer/Associate
through the Knowledge Transfer Partnership between the Whole Systems Partnership and
Kostas completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Luton (now renamed
University of Bedfordshire) in England where he obtained a Bachelors degree in
Computer Science. This was followed by a Masters degree in Computer Networks &
Communications at the University of Westminster, London.
Kostas was then accepted for a PhD in the Department of
Civil & Building Engineering at Loughborough University, England. The title of
his PhD thesis is "Applications of Wireless Sensor Technologies in
Construction". Specific emphasis, during his PhD research, was given to the use
of Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) technology for specific logistics and
health and safety issues on the construction site.
Following his PhD, Kostas undertook postdoctoral research
at the Department of Agricultural & Biological Engineering at the
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States. His main focus was
the Systems Informatics task of the "Engineering Solutions for Biomass Feedstock
Production" programme. The programme is part of the Energy Biosciences Institute
(EBI), a collaboration between British Petroleum (BP), the University of
Illinois at U-C, the University of California at Berkeley and the Lawrence
Berkeley National Laboratory, for the purpose of the production of energy from