Jump directly to:

  1. Projects
  2. Publications
  3. Theses
  4. Talks


Current projects

  • MODIR - Multi-objective deformable image registration for medical images, using evolutionary algorithms
    • Period: November 2020 - present
    • Research conducted as PhD candidate at the Radiation Oncology department at the LUMC (Leiden, NL) and the Life Sciences & Health group at the CWI (Amsterdam, NL). Supervised by dr. Tanja Alderliesten (LUMC) and prof.dr. Peter A.N. Bosman (CWI, TUD).

Previous projects

  • Capelin - Fast Data-Driven Capacity Planning for Cloud Datacenters
  • OpenDC - Collaborative Datacenter Simulation and Exploration for Everybody
    • Period: May 2016 - August 2020
    • Research conducted during B.Sc. Honours project and M.Sc. thesis project.
    • Supervised by prof.dr. Alexandru Iosup.
  • SCHAAPI - Early Detection of Breaking Changes Based on API Usages
    • Period: April 2018 - July 2018
    • Research conducted during B.Sc. thesis project.
    • Supervised by dr. Mauricio Aniche.


Listed in reverse chronological order

  1. Andreadis, G., Bosman, P.A.N., & Alderliesten, T. (2023, July). MOREA: a GPU-accelerated Evolutionary Algorithm for Multi-Objective Deformable Registration of 3D Medical Images. In Proceedings of the 2023 Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (pp. 1294–1302). ACM. [ACM] [arXiv]
  2. Andreadis, G., Bosman, P.A.N., & Alderliesten, T. (2022, April). Multi-objective dual simplex-mesh based deformable image registration for 3D medical images - proof of concept. In Medical Imaging 2022: Image Processing (Vol. 12032, pp. 744-750). SPIE. [SPIE] [arXiv]
  3. Andreadis, G., Mastenbroek, F., Van Beek, V., & Iosup, A. (2021, May). Capelin: Data-Driven Compute Capacity Procurement for Cloud Datacenters using Portfolios of Scenarios. In Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems. IEEE. [IEEE] [ResearchGate Technical Report] [ResearchGate Main Article]
  4. Mastenbroek, F., Andreadis, G., Jounaid, S., Lai, W., Burley, J., Bosch, J., van Eyk, E., Versluis, L., van Beek, V., & Iosup, A. (2021, May). OpenDC 2.0: Convenient modeling and simulation of emerging technologies in cloud datacenters. In 2021 IEEE/ACM 21st International Symposium on Cluster, Cloud and Internet Computing (CCGrid) (pp. 455-464). IEEE. [IEEE]
  5. Andreadis, G., Versluis, L., Mastenbroek, F., & Iosup, A. (2018, November). A reference architecture for datacenter scheduling: design, validation, and experiments. In SC18: International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis (pp. 478-492). IEEE. [ACM] [ResearchGate]
  6. Iosup, A., Uta, A., Versluis, L., Andreadis, G., Van Eyk, E., Hegeman, T., Talluri, S., van Beek, V., & Toader, L. (2018, July). Massivizing computer systems: a vision to understand, design, and engineer computer ecosystems through and beyond modern distributed systems. In ICDS: International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems (pp. 1224-1237). IEEE. [IEEE] [ResearchGate]
  7. Iosup, A., Andreadis, G., Van Beek, V., Bijman, M., Van Eyk, E., Neacsu, M., Overweel, L., Talluri, S., Versluis, L. & Visser, M. (2017, July). The OpenDC vision: Towards collaborative datacenter simulation and exploration for everybody. In ISPDC: International Symposium on Parallel and Distributed Computing (pp. 85-94). IEEE. [IEEE] [ResearchGate]


Listed in reverse chronological order

  1. M.Sc. thesis: Andreadis, G. (2020, August). Capelin: Fast Data-Driven Capacity Planning for Cloud Datacenters. TU Delft. [Thesis] (Awarded Best Graduate of TU Delft 2020)
  2. B.Sc. thesis: Abrahams, J., Andreadis, G., Boone, C., & Dekker, F. (2018, July). Schaapi: Early detection of breaking changes based on API usage. [Thesis]


Listed in reverse chronological order

  • 24 May 2023: Research pitch on my PhD project at the LUMC Cancer Research Day. [received Best Pitch award]
  • 18 May 2022: Highlight talk on my PhD research, for users and staff of the HPC clusters of the medical center and university. ALICE-SHARK User Meeting, Leiden University.
  • 14 December 2021: Lunch lecture for students of the EEMCS faculty on my past and current research. Organized by Study Association Christiaan Huygens, Delft University of Technology. [invited talk]
  • 14 November 2018: Paper presentation on my paper on a reference architecture for schedulers at Supercomputing 2018, Dallas TX.