Department of Electrical Engineering and Automation

Distributed Systems Group

Teaching

Chalmers University of Technology (April 2015 - Dec 2016):
Lecturing:
  • SSY135: Wireless Communications - Masters course (24 students). I lectured part of this course with the responsible for the course Prof Henk Wymeersch. Also, I participated in the preparation of homeworks, the assessment of projects, and the preparation and correction of exam questions (for exams and re-exams).
Summer School - Samos Island, Greece:
  • AegeanNetCom2015: Emerging Architectures and Key Technologies for 5G Networks (~30 academic and industrial PhD students). I gave a 3-hour tutorial on Power Control in Wireless Networks.

Royal Institute of Technology - KTH (Jan 2012 - Jan 2015):
Lecturing:
  • FEL 3250: Network Optimization - PhD course (25 PhD students + 3 Master students). I lectured part of this course with 3 other lecturers. Also, I participated in the preparation of homeworks, the initiation and assessment of projects, and the preparation and correction of exam questions.

University of Cyprus (Sep 2010 - Dec 2011):
Lecturing (main and only lecturer):
  • ECE 105: Modeling and Analysis of Engineering Systems - First year course (~50 students). The first time that the course has been taught at the university.
  • ECE 320: Signals and Systems II - Third year course (~70 students).
  • ECE 360: Computer Networks - Third year course (~20 students).
  • ECE 623: Digital Signal Processing - Masters' course (~30 students).
  • ECE 625: Wireless Communication Networks - Masters' course (~20 students).
  • ECE 801: Resource Allocation in Wireless Networks - Masters' course (~20 students). I initiated this course, created the syllabus and everything else from scratch; it was based on my research interests.

Imperial College London (Sep 2009 - Sep 2010):
Lecturing:
  • Introduction to Linear Control - Second year course (~150 students). I have taught a few lectures of the course.
Tutoring:
  • Neuromuscular Control - Masters' course (~20 students). I was holding tutorials for the students to solve exercises and questions.

Cambridge University Engineering Department (Sep 2005 - Sep 2009):

The following modules and experiments were taught during my PhD studies (Oct 2005 - June 2008) and my appointment as a Teaching Assistant (Oct 2008 - June 2009) of Division F, Engineering Department.


Marking:
  • Flight Control Experiment (3F1) - Third year computer based experiment.
  • Inverted Pendulum (3F2) - Third year experiment.
  • Digital Filters (3F3) - Third year computer based experiment.
Demonstrating:
  • Flight Control Experiment (3F1) - Third year computer based experiment.
  • Inverted Pendulum (3F2) - Third year experiment.
  • Ball and Beam (3F2) - Third year experiment.
  • Digital Filters (3F3) - Third year computer based experiment.
  • Fourier Transforms (Experiment 23) - Second year computer based experiment.
  • Process Control (Experiment I2) - Second year experiment on the control of a shower heater.
  • IB C++ Laboratories - Second year programming.
Supervisions:
  • Signals and Systems (3F1) - Third year module
  • Systems and Control (3F2) - Third year module
  • IA Computing (C++) - First year programming