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Dimitra Emmanouilidou 

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Dimitra Emmanouilidou is a Ph.D. student in Johns Hopkins University, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering. She is part of Laboratory for Computational Audio Perception (LCAP) under Prof. Mounya Elhilali. She obtained her M.Sc degree at the Computer Science Department, University of Crete (CSD-UOC), Greece in 2010 and her B.Sc degree also from CSD-UOC, in 2007. During her Barchelor's final year she obtained scholarship and continued to collaborate (after Barchelor) with the Biomedical Informatics Laboratory (currently k.a. CML) of ICS FORTH on the area of ECG signal processing. During her M.Sc years she continued her research work with scholarships in the Telecommunications and Networks Laboratory (TNL) of ICS FORTH, studying the theory and applications of Compressive Sensing in Magnetic Resonance Imaging. 

Research interests: Biomedical signal processing techniques oriented to prognosis, diagnosis and treatment procedures. Her late research focuses on computerized lung sound analysis.