This webpage presents parts of my curriculum vitae that are mostly related to my research. My detailed, updated CV can be found here.
I am 3rd-year Ph.D. Student and Research Assistant at 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.
Prior to joining UB, I obtained my Engineering Diploma (5-year program) and M.Sc. degrees, both in Electronic and Computer Engineering, from the Technical University of Crete, Greece, 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 and an invited reviewer for IEEE Transactions on Multimedia and IEEE Wireless Communications Letters.
In June 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."
Outlier-resistant data analysis and processing.
Machine intelligence and pattern analysis.
Computational geometry, combinatorics, and low-complexity optimization algorithms.
Adaptive statistical optimization with limited data.
Cognitive spread-spectrum channelization for wireless communication networks.
Physical-layer-protected communication systems.
Current focus: Algorithms for L1-principal-component data analysis.