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Alexandros Karakasidis
iSocial-UB-ER5
linc.ucy.ac.cy/isocial/index.php/open-positions?id=68
Modeling and Simulation of Overlay Infrastructures for DOSNs
University of Cyprus
Marios Dikaiakos / George Pallis
11/12/2015
Contact Info
http://www.cs.ucy.ac.cy/~akarak02/
akarakasidis@cs.ucy.ac.cy
+ (357) 22892723
+ (357) 22892701
Dept. of Computer Science, University of Cyprus, PO Box 20537, 1678, 75 Kallipoleos Street, Nicosia, Cyprus

Bio

Alexandros Karakasidis, born in Komotini, Greece, received his BSc degree in Computer Science from the Department of Computer Science at the University of Ioannina, Greece in 2002 and his MSc also in Computer Science with specialization in Information Systems from the same department in 2005. He received his PhD degree in Computer Science from the School of Science and Technology at the Hellenic Open University, Greece in 2015. His research interests lie in the area of data management and especially in approximate data matching, privacy and data quality. He has worked at the University of Ioannina and the Hellenic Ministry of Education Research and Religious Affairs. Currently, he is a Marie Curie research fellow of the iSocial FP7 program at the Laboratory of Internet Computing, Department of Computer Science, University of Cyprus.
Data Management
• Approximate data matching
• Data structures and transformations for approximate entity resolution
• High performance algorithms for approximate entity resolution
Privacy
• Privacy preserving record linkage
• Quantitative measures of privacy
Data Warehousing
• Active data warehousing
• Extract, transform and load (ETL) processes
PUBLICATIONS IN CONFERENCE & WORKSHOP PROCEEDINGS
P1. Karakasidis A., Koloniari G., Verykios V. S.: Privacy Preserving Blocking and Metablocking, ECML PKDD Nectar Track, 2015, Porto, Portugal
P2. Karakasidis A., Koloniari G., Verykios V. S.: Scalable Blocking for Privacy Preserving Record Linkage. ACM SIGKDD, 2015, Sydney, NSW, Australia
P3. Karakasidis A., Koloniari G., Verykios V. S.: PRIVATEER: A Private Record Linkage Toolkit. CAiSE Forum, 2015, Stockholm, Sweden
P4. Karakasidis A., Verykios V. S.: A Simulator for Privacy Preserving Record Linkage, 2nd Mining Humanistic Data Workshop, 2013, Chalkidiki, Greece
P5. Karakasidis A., Verykios V. S.: A Sorted Neighborhood Approach to Multidimensional Privacy-Preserving Blocking, IEEE ICDM PhD Forum, 2012, Brussels, Belgium.
P6. Karakasidis A., Verykios V. S.: A Highly Efficient and Secure Multidimensional Blocking Approach For Privacy Preserving Record Linkage, 24th IEEE International Conference on Tools with Artificial Intelligence, 2012, Athens, Greece.
P7. Karakasidis A., Verykios V. S: Reference Table Based k-Anonymous Private Blocking, 27th Symposium On Applied Computing, 2012, Riva del Garda (Trento), Italy.
P8. Karakasidis A., Verykios V. S., Christen P.: Fake Injection Strategies for Private Phonetic Matching, 6th International Workshop on Data Privacy Management, 2011, Leuven, Belgium.
P9. Karakasidis A., Verykios V. S.: Privacy preserving record linkage using phonetic codes. 4th Balkan Conference in Informatics, 2009, Thessaloniki, Greece.
P10. Karakasidis A., Vassiliadis P., Pitoura E.: ETL queues for active data warehousing. International Workshop on Information Quality in Information Systems, 2005, Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
P11. Karakasidis A., Pitoura E.: DBGlobe: A Data-Centric Approach to Global Computing. 22nd International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems Workshops, 2002, Vienna, Austria.

PUBLICATIONS IN JOURNALS
J1. Verykios V S., Secure Blocking + Secure Matching = Secure Record Linkage. Journal of Computing Science and Engineering, 5(3):223-235, 2011.
J2. Verykios V. S., Karakasidis A., and Mitrogiannis V. Privacy preserving record linkage approaches. International Journal of Data Mining, Modeling and Management, 1(2):206-221, 2009.

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
B1. Karakasidis A., Verykios V. S.: Advances in privacy preserving record linkage. In E-Activity and Intelligent Web Construction: Effects of Social Design Book Series, 22-29, IGI Global. Copyright: 2011. ISBN1615208712.