Christina Vlachou

email: christina.vlachou (at)



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I am a researcher at Hewlett Packard Labs in Palo Alto, California. I am working on next-generation wireless technologies, such as LTE in unlicensed and IEEE 802.11ax. I earned my PhD from EPFL in Switzerland, in 2016 and my thesis focuses on power-line communications. I graduated from the electrical and computer engineering school of National Technical University of Athens in Greece, in 2011.

Research Interests

I am interested in wireless and power-line communications, multi-user performance, 5G technologies and heterogeneous networks.


IEEE INFOCOM 2019 has recognized me as a Distinguished Member of the Technical Program Committee!

Our paper "Multi-armed Bandit in Action: Optimizing Performance in Dynamic Hybrid Networks" will appear in IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking.

Our paper "LTERadar: Towards LTE-Aware Wi-Fi Access Points" has been accepted at ACM SIGMETRICS 2018!

Our paper "Scalable Ground-Truth Annotation for Video QoE Modeling in Enterprise WiFi" has been accepted at IEEE/ACM IWQoS 2018!

I am serving as a TPC member for IEEE INFOCOM 2019, IEEE ICNP 2017/2018, and IEEE/IFIP TMA 2017/2018 conferences!