Chris Grompanopoulos, PhD

General Information
Email: groban (at)
Phone: +30 2310 891 841

Academic Qualifications
MSc in Computing Systems
(ΑΤΕΙ West Macedonia – University of Macedonia, 2006)
BSc in Computer Science
(University of Crete, 1998)

Short Biography
Chris Grompanopoulos was born in Amyntaio in 1973. He graduated from the high school of Amyndeo and completed his undergraduate studies in Computer Science at the University of Crete. He did his postgraduate studies at ATEI of West Macedonia in Kozani (in collaboration with the University of Macedonia). His MSc a thesis is entitled “Evaluation of Wireless Network Vulnerability.” Currently, he holds his a PhD from the University of Macedonia under the supervision of Assistant Professor Ioannis Mavridis, with a research topic on “Security Issues in Open and Dynamic Computing Environments”. Since 2000, he is employed as a secondary school teacher by the Greek Ministry of Education, Lifelong Learning and Religious Affairs.

Research Interests
Information Security
Ubiquitous – Pervasive Computing
Computer Networks
Operating Systems


Grompanopoulos, C., Gouglidis, A., Mavridis, I.: A use-based approach for en-hancing ucon. In: Security and Trust Management, pp. 81-96. Springer BerlinHeidelberg (2013).

Grompanopoulos C., Mavridis I., “Challenging Issues of UCON in Modern Computing Environments” to appear in 5th Balkan Conference in Informatics (BCI 2012), Novi Sad, Serbia, September 2012.

Grompanopoulos C., Mavridis I., “Towards Use-Based Usage Control”, In Proc. 27th IFIP International Information Security and Privacy Conference (SEC 2012), Heraklion, Crete, Greece, June 2012.

Grompanopoulos, C., Mavridis, I.: “Towards di erentiated utilization of attributemutability for access control in ubiquitous computing”. Panhellenic Con-ference on Informatics, 118-123 (2010)