Georgios Gousios

Georgios Gousios

Researcher, Athens University of Economics and Business

  • @gousiosg

Areas of Expertise:

  • Software engineering
  • Software quality
  • Virtual Machines
  • Operating Systems
  • Open Source Software
  • consulting
  • speaking
  • programming
  • writing
Georgios Gousios is a researcher by profession, a software engineer by education and a software enthusiast by passion. Currently, he is working on his PhD thesis at the Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece. His research interests include virtual machines, operating systems, software engineering and software quality. He holds an MSc with distinction from the University of Manchester, UK.

Gousios has contributed code to various OSS projects and also worked in various R&D projects in both academic and commercial settings. He is currently the project manager, design authority and core development team member for SQO-OSS, a multinational EU-funded research project, expanding in 5 countries, being developed by 40 people and consisting of 65k lines of code. The project investigates novel ways for evaluating software quality.

In his academic life, Gousios has published 10 technical papers in referred conferences and journals. One of those, the article “A comparison of dynamic web content technologies of the Apache web server” won the best paper award at the 2002 System Administration and Networking Conference, being the first comprehensive study in its field.

Gousios is a member of the ACM, the IEEE, the Usenix Association and the Technical Chamber of Greece.

Beautiful Architecture Beautiful Architecture
by Diomidis Spinellis, Georgios Gousios
January 2009
Print: $44.99
Ebook: $35.99

"Spinellis and his co-editor Georgios Gousios have done a good job of selecting interesting essayists and of putting their works together into a collection that feels solid. Reading it will certainly make you think more about your own project's architecture...Whether it's something you're building on the weekends or on the job, Beautiful Architecture will certainly do your code base good."
--Pat Eyler, On Ruby