Panagiotis Karamolegkos

AffiliationResearch Associate
TitlePostgraduate Researcher
ExpertiseCloud Computing Infrastructure Management, Process Orchestration

Short CV

Panagiotis Karamolegos is a postgraduate student at the University of Piraeus’ Department of Digital Systems, where he also finished his undergraduate studies. He is currently employed as a Researcher and Technical Programmer in the University of Piraeus Research Center’s DIASTEMA research project. At his spare time, he works as a tutoring Secondary Education Teacher in Greece’s largest tutoring group (DIAKROTIMA). In terms of accomplishments, Panagiotis was a part of the winning team of the Athens University of Economics and Business’s 2nd Coding Bootcamp (AUEB). Panagiotis is one of the few brown zones in the Grepper community, having helped over 50 thousand developers discover solutions to over 90 thousand problems. His interests include IT education and the development of Information Systems.

Personal Research Topics

Data-driven technology infrastructures for managing and developing big data applications

Data-centric resource management systems that are fully efficient and optimized for data operations, managing resources according to data-oriented decisions.

Orchestration of complex analytic processes

Optimal algorithms and technologies for the automated management of data analysis processes.

Research Projects

Scientific Publications

Conference Article

  1. Karabetian, A., Kiourtis, A., Voulgaris, K., Karamolegkos, P., Poulakis, Y., Mavrogiorgou, A., & Kyriazis, D. (2022, July). An Environmentally-sustainable Dimensioning Workbench towards Dynamic Resource Allocation in Cloud-computing Environments. In 2022 13th International Conference on Information, Intelligence, Systems & Applications (IISA) (pp. 1-4). IEEE.
  2. Kiourtis, A., Karamolegkos, P., Karabetian, A., Voulgaris, K., Poulakis, Y., Mavrogiorgou, A., & Kyriazis, D. (2022). An Autoscaling Platform Supporting Graph Data Modelling Big Data Analytics. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 295, 376-379.