Anticipatory Networking Techniques in 5G and Beyond
ESR3: Emmanouil Fountoulakis



Emmanouil (Manos) was born in Heraklion, Greece, on November 28, 1991. He received the diploma degree (5-year program) in electronic and computer engineering from Technical University of Greece (TUC), Chania, in 2016 under the supervision of Associate Professor George N. Karystinos. He is currently pursuing his Ph.D. degree at Linköping Univeristy, Department of Science and Technology, Mobile Telecommunications Group under the supervision of Professor Di Yuan and Assistant Professor Nikolaos Pappas. He is also an early state researcher in ACT5G Marie Curie Project, and he will spend the half of the Ph.D. program period at Nokia Bell-Labs, Stuttgart. Manos attended a few elective courses mainly from the telecommunications division at TUC. Courses like Wireless Communications, Information Theory and Coding, Statistical Signal Processing for Telecommunications, and Analysis and Design (Synthesis) of Telecommunications Modules gave him the opportunity to gain a good mathematical and theoretical background on telecommunications.

Interests: Wireless Communications, Optimization, Resource Allocation, Adaptive Signal Processing.


  • E. Fountoulakis, N. Pappas, Q. Liao, V. Suryaprakash, D. Yuan, ``An Examination of the Benefits of Scalable TTI for Heterogeneous Traffic Management in 5G Networks'', in Proc. IEEE WiOpt 2017, Paris, France, 15th May, 2017, accepted. This work can be found here.

  • Diploma Thesis: ``Subspace tracking for nested arrays", Technical University of Crete, Greece, July, 2016.