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I am currently a Ph.D. candidate in the Information Systems Laboratory (ISL) of the Electrical Engineering department at Stanford University where I have worked with Prof. Andrea Montanari and Prof. Greg Valiant. In December 2014, I received an M.Sc. from the Department of Statistics at Stanford University. Before coming to the United States, I obtained my Diploma degree (5 years degree) from the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) in June 2011. At NTUA I was member of the Computation and Reasoning Laboratory (CoreLab), advised by Prof. Dimitris Fotakis. My research is/was funded by an A.G.Onassis Foundation Scholarship and a Fellowship from the Department of Electrical Engineering at Stanford University.
Theory of Probability (STATS310 A,B), Theory of Statistics (STATS300 A,B), Convex Optimization (EE364A), Modern Markov Chains (STATS 318), Introduction to Compressed Sensing (STATS 330), Inference, Estimation, Information Processing (EE378B), Topics in Probability Theory (STATS 350), Topics in Bayesian Non-parametrics (STATS 362)
National Technical University of Athens
Algorithms and Complexity, Randomized Algorithms, Artificial Intelligence, Computer Vision, Pattern Recognition, Digital Signal Processing, Robotics (I, II), Discrete Mathematics, Stochastic Control, Non-linear Control, Optimal Control.