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Georgios Bargiannis (George Baryannis) is a Research Fellow at the Department of Informatics. He joined the University of Huddersfield as a Research Assistant in September 2015 and served subsequently as a Lecturer from September 2016 until August 2017. He is also a member of the Planning, Autonomy and Representation of Knowledge (PARK) Group, conducting research on knowledge representation and reasoning.
George received his DiplEng in Electronic and Computer Engineering from the Technical University of Crete in 2006 and his MSc and PhD in Computer Science from the University of Crete in 2009 and 2014. From 2007 to 2014, he was a Research Assistant at the Institute of Computer Science of the Foundation for Research & Technology – Hellas (FORTH).
George’s overall research lies within the areas of Artificial Intelligence and Knowledge Representation and Reasoning. His current research focuses on investigating the application of Artificial Intelligence techniques in the field of Supply Chain Risk Management, in collaboration with the Huddersfield Business School.
Other research interests in relation to Artificial Intelligence and Knowledge Representation and Reasoning include: Service-Oriented Computing, Rule-based Reasoning, Activity Recognition, Ambient Intelligence, Semantic Web, Cloud Computing and the Internet of Things.
Baryannis, G., Kritikos, K. and Plexousakis, D. (2017) ‘A specification-based QoS-aware design framework for service-based applications’ Service Oriented Computing and Applications . ISSN 1863-2386
Baryannis, G., Woznowski, P. and Antoniou, G. (2016) ‘Rule-Based Real-Time ADL Recognition in a Smart Home Environment’. In: Rule Technologies. Research, Tools, and Applications. : Springer International Publishing. pp. 325-340. ISBN 978-3-319-42018-9
George is the module tutor responsible for CHS2517: Large Systems Environments since 2015 and term 1 of CIS2380: Operating Systems & Language Translators since 2016. He is also supervising students on their final year projects and is acting as an internal examiner for PhD students.
His teaching interests include Logic and Artificial Intelligence, Databases and Database Management Systems, Semantic Web, Service Science, Business Process and Workflow Management Systems and Software Engineering.