Konstantinos (or Kostas) Domdouzis is a computer scientist with a BSc (Hons) in Computer Science from the University of Luton (currently renamed to University of Bedfordshire) and an MSc in Computer Networks & Communications from the University of Westminster. Kostas has realized his PhD at the Department of Civil & Building Engineering of Loughborough University focusing on the applications of Wireless Sensor Technologies in the Construction Industry. He undertook postdoctoral research at the Department of Agricultural & Biological Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States, focusing on Systems Informatics for Biomass Feedstock Production. Since then, Kostas joined the Greek Army in order to realize his compulsory service and also worked as a KTP Associate/Software & Systems Developer at Whole Systems Partnership, a healthcare modelling consultancy, in collaboration with Brunel University. Kostas is currently a researcher within CENTRIC, and his work is focused on the EU-FP7-funded project ATHENA; his main role in the project is the development of computational tools for crisis management.