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Dr. Georgiou received a B.Sc degree (with distinction) in Mathematical Physics from the University of Nottingham, UK, in 2007, and a Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics from the University of Bristol, UK, in 2011 for his work on chaotic dynamical systems. He then joined the Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems (MPI-PKS) in Dresden, Germany, as a Research Fellow where he worked on low dimensional quantum transport, diffusion and escape dynamics. In 2012 Orestis moved back to Bristol to work at Toshiba's Telecommunications Research Laboratory as a Senior Research Engineer with a focus on large scale wireless networks. Since 2017 he is Program Manager at Ultrahaptics Ltd, a haptics company that uses focused ultrasound to deliver tactile feedback without needing to wear or touch anything. Since 2012 he is also a visiting fellow of the School of Mathematics of the University of Bristol. Dr. Georgiou has published over 50 articles in leading international journals and conferences of Mathematics, Physics, Engineering and Medicine, and has filed 3 patent applications. He is also first author of the ISWCS'13 best paper award entitled "Network connectivity through small openings". His current research interests include: human computer interaction, ultrasound induced haptics, wireless communications, indoor localization, wireless energy harvesting, stochastic geometry, dynamical systems, and quantum transport. Dr Georgiou is a member of the IET.

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Mailing address: Ultrahaptics, The West Wing, Glass Wharf, Bristol, BS2 0EL, UK.