Nicolas Sklavos

Nicolas Sklavos, PhD

Position: Associate Professor, Director of SCYTALE Group,
Computer Engineering & Informatics Department, University of Patras, Hellas

Research Areas: Cryptographic Engineering, Hardware Security, Cyber Security, Digital Systems Design, Embedded Systems

Phone: +30 2610 996 983

e-mails: nsklavos AT upatras DOT gr, nsklavos AT ieee DOT org


 A. Courses

Nicolas Sklavos is an Associate Professor, with the Computer Engineering & Informatics Department (CEID), Polytechnic School, University of Patras, and he teaches the following courses:


Postgraduate Studies:

M.Sc. Program, “Integrated Systems of Hardware & Software” :
  • Hardware Security, Spring Semester
  • Low Power Systems Design, Spring Semester
M.Sc. Program, “Computers Science & Technology” :
  • Systems on FPGAs, Fall Semester
  • Hardware Security, Spring Semester



Undergraduate Studies:

  • Microcomputers, 7th Semester
  • Advanced Microprocessors, 8th Semester
  • Embedded Systems, Advanced Elective, Fall Semester
  • VLSI Systems Design, Advanced Elective, Spring Semester



B. PhD Thesis Committee Services


  1. Roberto Magan Carrion, "Survivability of Ad Hoc Networks. Response & Tolerance Mechanisms Against Security Threats", Department of Signal Theory, Telematics and Communications, University of Granada, Supervisors: Garcia Teodoro & Jose Camacho Paez, Spain, April 2016.

  2. Honorio Martin Gonzalez, "Hardware Design of Cryptographic Algorithms for Low Cost RFID Tags", Electronic Technology Department, University Carlos III de Madrid, Madrid, Spain, April 2016.

  3. Kean Hong Boey, "Power Analysis Attacks on Countermeasures Block Ciphers", School of Electronics, Electrical Engineering, and Computer Science, Queens University of Belfast, Supervisor: Prof. Maire O'Neill, Spain, Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, March 2012.

  4. Maria-Cristina Alcaraz Tello, "Interconnected Sensor Networks for Critical Information Infrastructure Protection", Computer Science Department, University of Malaga, Supervisor: Prof. Javier Lopez, Malaga, Spain, September 2011.

  5. R. A. Mahmoud, "On the Computability Issues and Applications of Wavelet Packet Multiple Access (WPMA), in Computer Communication Security", Faculty of Science, University of Cairo, Egypt, April 2011.