Konstantinos Rousis

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Waste from electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) constitutes one of the most complicated solid waste streams in terms of its composition, and, as a result, it is difficult to be effectively managed. In view of the environmental problems derived from WEEE management, many countries have established national legislation to improve the reuse, recycling(More)
The increased Internet penetration and the demand for more transparent, efficient, effective and less bureaucratic services are only few of the reasons that led European Commission (EC) to commit to a modernisation of governments and their transition from paper-based to electronic solutions. One of the most sensitive aspects every government should consider(More)
The Emergent Distributed Bio-Organization (EDBO) case study has demonstrated the potential of harnessing emergent properties in Artificial Distributed Systems (ADS). Introducing biologically inspired attributes and functions to the microscopic level (i.e. the biobots) has allowed for the emergence of global-level behaviours such as network scalability,(More)
Coordination is one of the main challenges in emergency management. Recent disasters demonstrated that there is a need for communication mechanisms which do not rely on centralized systems and infrastructure. This paper investigates alternative communication models in emergency scenarios and provides an implementation that enables communication between(More)
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