christos dot tsigkanos at tuwien dot ac dot at
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Distributed Systems Group, Institute of Information Systems, TU Vienna, Austria Argentinierstrasse 8, A-1040 Vienna, Austria
The problem of engineering dependable software-intensive systems will not go away – it will only become more pressing, as today’s distributed systems are characterized by heterogeneity, are spatially-distributed and are expected to satisfy non-functional requirements such as security and privacy. It is clear that if we are going to use ad-hoc methods, we’ll end up with ad-hoc problems. We need techniques for early validation at design time and for tackling uncertainty manifested at runtime.
I am university assistant at the Distibuted Systems Group at TU Vienna (chair prof. Schahram Dustdar). Previously, I was post-doctoral researcher at Politecnico di Milano, where I received (2017) my PhD defending a thesis entitled "Modelling and Verification of Evolving Cyber-Physical Spaces". My advisor was prof. Carlo Ghezzi. My research interests lie in the intersection of dependable distributed systems and software engineering, and include security and privacy in self-adaptive and cyber-physical systems, requirements engineering and formal verification.
Find me at
Inferring Models from Trajectories of Spatially-Distributed Internet-of-Things; SEAMS19@ICSE. (Christos Tsigkanos).
Correct and well-behaved bidirectional model transformations for privacy; PERCOM19 (Nianyu Li).
LTL/CTL specification patterns for mobile robots; ICSE19 (Claudio Menghi).
Recent Research (selected)
Specification Patterns for Robotic Missions
Claudio Menghi, Christos Tsigkanos, Carlo Ghezzi, Patrizio Pelliccione and Thorsten Berger
in IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, 2019.
(patterns, evaluation datasets and tool support) roboticpatterns.com
(IEEE/ACM ICSE tool) PsALM: Specification of Dependable Robotic Missions, 2019.
Dependable Resource Coordination on the Edge at Runtime
Christos Tsigkanos, Ilir Murturi and Schahram Dustdar
in Proceedings of the IEEE, 2019. (pdf)
Inferring Analyzable Models from Trajectories of Spatially-Distributed Internet of Things
Christos Tsigkanos, Laura Nenzi, Michele Loreti, Martin Garriga, Schahram Dustdar and Carlo Ghezzi
in ACM SEAMS, 2019.
Architectural Considerations for Privacy on the Edge
Christos Tsigkanos, Cosmin Avasalcai and Schahram Dustdar
in IEEE Internet Computing, 2019.
Model-Driven Design of City Spaces via Bidirectional Transformations
Ennio Visconti, Christos Tsigkanos, Zhenjiang Hu and Carlo Ghezzi
in IEEE/ACM MODELS, 2019. (pdf)
Towards Resilient Internet of Things: Vision, Challenges, and Research Roadmap
Christos Tsigkanos, Stefan Nastic and Schahram Dustdar
in IEEE ICDCS, 2019.
POET: Privacy on the Edge with Bidirectional Data Transformations
Nianyu Li, Christos Tsigkanos, Zhi Jin, Schahram Dustdar, Zhenjiang Hu and Carlo Ghezzi
in IEEE PERCOM, 2019. (pdf)
Modeling and Verification of Evolving Cyber-Physical Spaces
Christos Tsigkanos, Timo Kehrer and Carlo Ghezzi
in ACM SIGSOFT FSE, 2017. (pdf)
MiscellaneaVienna Manifesto on Digital Humanism και άρθρο στην Καθημερινή (in greek).