Electrical Engineering and (jointly) Computer Science Departments
School of Engineering
University of Southern California
Konstantinos Psounis is a Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Southern California.
Prior to this he was an Assistant Professor as of September 2003 and then an Associate Professor as of May 2009 at the same university.
He received his first degree from the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering of National Technical University of Athens, Greece, in June 1997, the M.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University, California, in January 1999, and the Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University in December 2002.
News: Professor Psounis has been named an IEEE Fellow.
Modelling, design, and performance analysis of a variety of networks
including the Internet, mobile ad hoc networks, delay and disruptive
tolerant networks, sensor networks, mesh networks, peer to peer networks, social networks
and the web. Design of methods and algorithms to solve problems related
to such systems.
Research area and philosophy
List of publications and patents
Current and graduated students
Fall and/or Spring: EE597
Usually in Fall: EE503
"Probability for Electrical and Computer Engineers"
Usually in Spring: EE650
"Advanced topics in computer networks: useful mathematical tools for analyzing wired and wireless networks"
Usually in Fall: EE465
"Probabilistic methods in computer systems modelling"
Awards and CV
Curriculum Vitae in pdf
Short bio in plain text
Sports and hobbies
email: kpsounis at usc dot edu
office: RTH 409
address: 3740 McClintock Avenue, EEB 200, Los Angeles, CA 90089, US