George Bravos received his undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the National Technical University of Athens in 2002, and his PhD from the University of Piraeus in 2008. Prior to his joining Hellenic American University, he worked on several international research projects for the University of Piraeus and was a post-doctoral researcher and adjunct lecturer at the Harokopion University of Athens. He currently teaches computer architecture, analog and digital circuits, computer networks, antennas and propagation algorithms and system analysis.
Dr. Bravos’ research interests lie in the areas of intelligent transportation systems, Personal Area Network systems, and energy–aware telecommunication applications. Among his areas of expertise are the design, development and validation of services and algorithms based on cooperative wireless networks and energy–aware systems. He is also a member of the IEEE and the Technical Chamber of Greece.