Christos joined the SWAG in KAUST in November 2009 as a postdoc researcher.
He has a diploma in Electrical Engineering, a degree in Mathematics and a PhD in Electrical & Computer Engineering all from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He also speaks English, French and basic German
During his graduate studies he participated in a number of research projects, the most relevant one being "Automatic, real-time determination of seismic epicenters and seismic signal processing" funded by the Region of Central Macedonia, Greece.
After his PhD, Christos worked as a teaching fellow for 2 years in some universities and technological institutes where he taught a variety of subjects of mathematics and electrical engineering, such as: "signals & systems theory", "information theory", "linear programming & optimization", "digital systems & applications", "microprocessors & microcomputers", "numerical methods using MATLAB™", and "calculus & linear algebra using MATLAB™".
In 2007 he moved to Budapest, Hungary to work with the Eötvös Loránd Geophysical Institute as a Marie Curie fellow on harmonic noise suppression.
Christos is married and has two sons, Dimitris and Nicholas.
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