I received my Computer Engineering diploma from the Technical University of Crete, and my PhD on Computer Vision and Machine Learning from the same University. I have been a Post-Doctoral Researcher at the Technical University of Crete, at KIOS CoE, University of Cyprus, and at the Institute of Digital Games, University of Malta. I have been twice an Early Stage Researcher – Marie Curie Fellow (4D-CH-World MSCA IAPP project), while in February 2020 I have been awarded the prestigious Marie Curie Individual Fellowship grant to work on the development of tensor-based and preference learning models. I have coordinated the proposal preparation of six successfully funded European and Greek research projects. My research focuses on the crossroads of Machine and Statistical Learning, Image Processing, and Computer Vision for developing state-of-the-art methodologies and cutting-edge technologies in data analytics and decision making. I have published more than 50 journal and international conference peer-reviewed papers in the research areas mentioned above. My publications have been cited more than 1300 times (h-index:17 and i10-index:25).
A detailed version of my Curriculum Vitae can be found here