I am a second year PhD student in the theory group at Cornell University, advised by Éva Tardos. I received my BSE from the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, National Technical University of Athens. I completed my undergraduate thesis with Dimitris Fotakis, titled Perturbation Stability for Mechanism Design.Interests. Theoretical Computer Science – Algorithmic Game Theory, Learning Theory.
July ‘19 to August ‘20Worked as a Research Associate in the Complex Event Recognition Group of NCSR “Demokritos”. I worked on an algorithm that compresses the route of a ship, to make a simpler trajectory with less points. This allows a complex event recognition engine (RTEC) to identify various events more quickly and accurate.
NDSEG Fellowship, Cornell University 2022
NSF GRFP Fellowship, Cornell University 2022
Gerondelis Fellowship, Cornell University 2022
Papakyriakopoulos Award, for highest grade in Mathematic-related courses in 1st and 2nd semesters, NTUA
Kritikos Grant, for highest grade in Mathematic-related courses in 1st year, NTUA
Spring Semester ‘21Teaching Assistant in Cornell for CS 3110 – Data Structures and Functional Programming.
Fall Semester ‘20Teaching Assistant in Cornell for CS 4820 – Introduction to Analysis of Algorithms.
Fall Semester ‘19Teaching Assistant in NTUA for Algorithms and Complexity.
ACM/ICPC SEERC 2019, 37th place
Google Hash Code 2018, 119th place
IEEEXtreme 11.0, 100th place
IEEEXtreme 12.0, 84th place
CodeChef Ratings, 999th place (as of February ‘20)
Haskell, OCaml, Scala
AVR, 8085, 8086
Prolog, HTML, SQL