With over 12 years of experience in Virtualization technologies, Anastassios Nanos is currently working on the lower-level parts of the stack to attack issues related to performance, scalability, power-efficiency, and security in hypervisors. Previously, he was a post-doc at CSLab, NTUA, working on bridging the gap between common HPC practices and virtualization. His research interests include I/O Virtualization, systems software for high-performance I/O in virtualized environments, systems support for heterogeneous platforms, communication architectures for clusters, and scalable storage architectures based on clusters. He holds a Diploma in Engineering (2006) from ECE, NTUA and a PhD in Computer Engineering (2013) from NTUA. He has been involved in EU-funded projects, conducting research in emerging, power-efficient micro-server architectures on scalable network and storage I/O, and energy-driven resource management in cloud architectures.