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Kyriakos Georgiou's research interests are static resource analysis with focus on Worst Case Execution Time (WCET) and energy consumption, compiler optimizations and software testing.


Kyriakos Georgiou holds a Ph.D. in  Computer Science (2017) and a M.Sc. in Internet Technologies with Security (2011) from the University of Bristol. He also holds a B.Sc. in Computer Science (2008) from the University of Cyprus. He has worked as a Research Assistant at the Computer Science Department of the University of Cyprus (2007 - 2008) conducting research on web personalization using an eye-tracker. He has also worked as a Compiler Engineer at XMOS Ltd (2010-2011) and then as a Software Engineer at Paralant Ltd (2011-2012). Now he is a Research Associate at the University of Bristol working on the ENTRA project that aims to promote "energy-aware" software development using advanced program analysis and modeling of energy consumption in computer systems. His research interests are compilers optimizations, static code analysis, software testing, power consumption optimizations and Parallel Computing.


  • Energy efficiency
  • Compiler
  • Embedded Systems


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