Panayotis Antoniadis is a lecturer and senior researcher at
ETH Zurich. His main research contributions to date are in the
economic modelling and incentive mechanisms for peer-to-peer systems
and in distributed scheduling algorithms for high-speed switches.
He is currently pursuing a cross-disciplinary research agenda on
the role of social software and wireless networks for the design
of sustainable hybrid neighborhood communities (project nethood).
Panayotis received his Ph.D. degree from the Athens University of
Economics and Business in 2006, and until 2012 he was a post-doc
researcher at UPMC Sorbonne Universites in Paris.