Angeliki Alexiou, Professor

Angeliki Alexiou received the Diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens in 1994 and the PhD in Electrical Engineering from Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, University of London in 2000. Since March 2019 she is an associate professor at the Department of Digital Systems, University of Piraeus, Greece, where she conducts research and teaches courses in the area of Broadband Communications. Prior to this appointment she was with Bell Laboratories, Wireless Research, Lucent Technologies, now Alcatel-Lucent, in Swindon, UK, first as a member of technical staff (January 1999-February 2006) and later as a Technical Manager (March 2006-April 2009). Her current research interests include multiple antenna systems and multihop communications, advanced signal processing and efficient radio resource management for future generation wireless systems. Dr Alexiou is a co-recipient of Bell Labs President’s Gold Award in 2002 for contributions to Bell Labs Layered Space-Time (BLAST) project and the Central Bell Labs Teamwork Award in 2004 for role model teamwork and technical achievements in the IST FITNESS project. Dr Alexiou is the Chair of the Working Group on New Air Interfaces, Relay-based systems and Smart antennas of the Wireless World Research Forum. She is a member of the IEEE, the IEΤ and the Technical Chamber of Greece.

Undergraduate Degree Program


Publications 2010 – 2015


  • A. Alexiou et al, “MIMO and Multihop Cross-Layer Design for Wireless Backhaul – A Testbed Implementation”, IEEE Communications Magazine Vol. 48, No. 3, pp. 172-179, March 2010.


  • Athanasios S. Lioumpas and Angeliki Alexiou, “On the Switching Rate of ST-MIMO Systems with Energy-based Antenna Selection”, EUCAP 2011, April 2011.
  • Α. Lioumpas, A. Alexiou, C. Antón-Haro, P. Navaratnam, “Expanding LTE for Devices: Requirements, Deployment Phases and Target Scenarios”, European Wireless Conference 2011, April 2011.
  • A.Alexiou, J. Womack, Y. Wang, “Future Pervasive Wireless Communications – Air Interface Challenges”, PIMRC2010, September 2010.