Georgios Paschos

Georgios Paschos 

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Since Jul. 2019, I am a Senior Manager, Research Science at Amazon.com, supporting the EU transportations for our retail business.

My research interests encompass the area of network optimization and machine learning, including:

  • Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence (AI)

  • Forecasting Demand and Popularity

  • Combinatorial Optimization, Routing and Scheduling

  • Online and Stochastic Optimization

With my team, we use mathematical models and (lots) of data to plan, adjust, react and optimize the Amazon transportation services.


NEWS

  • We are hiring high-caliber researchers and interns on the topics of Optimization, Machine Learning, Transportation Planning and Operation Research. If you are interested, reach out with your CV at my Amazon email - due to high load, I can not answer all emails.

NEWS that became past

Hisilicon Kirin 
Network Slicing White paper 
Network Slicing White paper 
  • With Prof. Elia and Spyropoulos, we co-organized a GdR meeting (CNRS) on the topic of ‘‘PHY-Aware Edge Caching in 5G: Convergence of Network and Information Theory in Cache-aided Wireless Networks’’ in 8th Dec 2017.

Biographical notes

Since Jul ’19, Georgios is a Senior Manager, Research Science at Amazon.com, leading the EU Operation Research team of Amazon Transportation Services. Previously, Georgios worked 5 years (’14-’19) as a principal scientist at Huawei Technologies, Paris, France, leading the Network Control and Resource Allocation team. Previously, he was at LIDS, MIT (’12-’14) while before he held positions at CERTH- ITI, Greece ’08-’12 (researcher), University of Thessaly, Dept. ECE ’09-’11 (adjunct lecturer) and VTT, Finland, ‘07-‘08 (ERCIM Postdoc Fellow). He received his diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering ’02 from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, and his PhD degree in Wireless Networks ’06 from ECE dept. University of Patras, both in Greece. Two of his papers won the best paper award, in GLOBECOM 07’ and IFIP Wireless Days 09’ respectively. In the past, he served as an associate editor for IEEE/ACM Trans. on Networking (’15-’19), IEEE Networking Letters (’18-’19), and as a TPC member of INFOCOM, WiOPT, and Netsoft. He has organized several international workshops on the topics of caching, network slicing and machine learning techniques for communication systems, while he was the co-organizer and editor of the IEEE JSAC Special Issue on Caching for Communication Systems and Networks.

My research on a wordle 

My research in one word(le)!

Email

paschosg dot amazon dot com