Department of Hotel and Tourism Management
Cyprus University of Technology
Andreas Gregoriades is an Assistant Professor of Electronic Commerce and Information Systems in the Department of Hotel and Tourism Management. He earned his PhD in Computation from UMIST (University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, now University of Manchester) in the area of Business Process Simulation and his MPhil and BSc degrees also in Computation at UMIST. Prior to joining CUT, he held full-time faculty positions at the European University Cyprus, the University of Surrey (U.K.) and a visiting lectureship at UMIST. He was also Postdoctoral Research Associate at UMIST, University of Surrey and University of Cyprus. He published over 60 research papers in peer reviewed journals and conferences of international stands and secured several research grants from National and European research boards.
His research interests spans the areas of Decision Support Systems, Web Analytics, Requirements Engineering, Intelligent Transportation Systems and Human Computer Interaction with emphasis in developing computational solutions to business problems.
E Niemela, J Kalaoja, P Lago (2005) Toward an architectural knowledge base for wireless service engineering. IEEE Transactions on software engineering 31: 361-379.
A Gregoriades, A Sutcliffe (2008) A socio-technical approach to business process simulation. Decision Support Systems 45: 1017-1030.
A Gregoriades, A Sutcliffe(2006) Scenario-based assessment of nonfunctional requirements, IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering 31: 392-409.