Stelios Stefanatos holds the Diploma in Physics and the M.Sc. in Communications Engineering, both from the National Kapodistrian University of Athens, Athens, Greece, and a PhD in Communications Engineering from the University of Piraeus, Piraeus, Greece. He has worked as a Research Assistance for the National Kapodistrian University of Athens, the Athena Research Center, Patras, Greece, and the Institute of Accelerating Systems and Applications, Athens, Greece. He is currently a member of the Heisenberg Communications and Information Theory group at Freie University, Berlin, Germany, lead by PD Dr-ing habil. Gerhard Wunder. His research interests include statistical signal processing for wireless communications, analysis and design of wireless networks, and network information theory.
- Signal processing for wireless communications
- Network performance analysis/design via stochastic geometry
- Multiuser resource allocation
- Network information theory