I am 4th-year Ph.D. Student and Research Assistant with the Department of Electrical Engineering of University at Buffalo, The State University of New York. My academic and research advisor is Professor Dimitris A. Pados.
Before joining UB, I spent 7 wonderful years at the Technical University of Crete, obtaining my Engineering Diploma (5-year program) and M.Sc. degree (2-year program), both in Electronic and Computer Engineering, working under the guidance of Associate Professor George N. Karystinos.
I am Graduate Student Member of the societies IEEE Signal Processing, IEEE Communications, IEEE Computational Intelligence, IEEE Information Theory, and SPIE.
In August 2013, I received the Best Paper Award at the 10th IEEE International Symposium on Wireless Communication Systems (ISWCS 2013), in Ilmenau, Germany, for the paper "Some options for L1-subspace signal processing."
Signal/data analysis and processing
Dimensionality and sample-size reduction for big data
Adaptive statistical optimization with limited data
Direction finding and localization techniques
Machine intelligence and pattern analysis
Communication theory and systems
Multiple-access and interference suppression
Cognitive channelization (signal waveform design) for multiuser wireless communication networks
Low-complexity optimization algorithms
May 2014: Student Travel Grant Award, SPIE DSS 2014.
Paper: "Direction finding with L1-norm subspaces," co-authored by P. P. Markopoulos, N. Tsagkarakis, G. N. Karystinos, and D. A. Pados.
August 2013: Best Paper Award, IEEE ISWCS 2013.
Paper: "Some options for L1-subspace signal processing," co-authored by P. P. Markopoulos, G. N. Karystinos, and D. A. Pados.