The Laboratory of Telecommunication Networks and integrated Services (TNS) is framed within the Department of Digital Systems, of the University of Piraeus. The main objective of the laboratory is to conduct research and development in all areas related to telecommunication networks and services. Through its research, development and educational activities, the laboratory will contribute to the realization of a human-centric Information and Communication Society.

The TNS main message is: technology enablers and inter-disciplinary research for a human-centric digital society and economy.

The lab's main, current research areas and highlight achievements are:

  • 5G Research
  • Cloud Computing Platforms, SLAs
  • IoT, Wearables, Machines, Nano-networks
  • Big Data Platforms (Hadoop, etc.), Knowledge Management, Predictive Analytics
  • SDN/NFV, Softwarization
  • Smart Energy, Smart Grids
  • Smart Cities
  • Smart Transportation
  • Context Rich Systems
  • Device Management, Cognitive Devices, D2D
The figure depicts the main research areas of the TNS laboratory.

Featured News
[5G Research] Professor Panagiotis Demestichas participated to the IEEE 5G World Forum held in Dresden, Germany, on October 1st, 2019.
[5G Research] Professor Panagiotis Demestichas served as the organiser and moderator of the panel "Beyond 5G and Artificial Intelligence".
[5G Research] Prof. Panagiotis Demestichas participated to the event "Towards 5G Enabled Gigabit Society", organised by ITU Forum within the Framework of the ITU Regional Initiative for Europe on Broadband Infrastructure, Broadcasting and Spectrum Management and hosted by Ministry of Digital Policy, Telecommunications & Media of Greece.
[5G Research] Professor Panagiotis Demestichas participated to the “Mobile World Congress”, held in Barcelona, Spain, February 26 to March 1st 2018.
[5G Research] Professor P. Demestichas participated to the Workshop on “The main challenges and prospects of 5G”, presenting and discussing “On our way to the 5G era: technology status and challenges, upcoming applications and experiments”.