Assistant Professor,

Department of Computer Science and Biomedical Informatics, University of Thessaly.

Papassiopoulou 2-4, GR-35100, Lamia, Greece.

Email: stasoulis (at) uth (dot) gr

Until September 2017 I have been a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Mathematics at the Department of Applied Mathematics, Liverpool John Moores University, UK.

Until September 2015 I have been a Post Doctoral Researcher within the Information, Complexity and Learning research group at Department of Computer Scienceand Helsinki Institute for Information Technology HIIT, University of Helsinki , Finland.

I obtained my PhD in 2013 from University of Thessaly, Greece, under the supervision of Prof. Vassilis Plagianakos. Before this, I studied Mathematics and got my MSc in Mathematics of Computation and Decision Making at the University of Patras, Greece.

News and Upcoming events:

  • I will give a talk on "Random Projections in Data Mining Applications" within IEEE SB Lamia on 21 May 2021

  • I am organizing the Special Issue "Machine Learning Applied to Sensor Data Analysis" as guest editor (deadline 20 March 2021)

  • I will give an invited talk on "MACHINE LEARNING FOR INSURANCE FRAUD DETECTION" within DAMLIFD 2020 on 21 Oct 2020

Supervision:

I currently supervise the following PhD students:

  • Panagiotis Anagnostou: "Design and Implementation of User Interface for Machine Learning algorithms in Bio-medicine"

  • Petros Mparmpas: "Machine Learning Algorithms and Applications"

  • Athanasios Siouras : "Deep Learning Applications in Medical Image Analysis for Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) graft dimensions’ prediction and knee abnormalities"

Currently Teaching:

Department of Computer Science and Biomedical Informatics, University of Thessaly.

  • (Winter Semester) Introduction to Programming (C)

  • (Winter Semester) Artificial Intelligence

  • (Summer Semester) Data Mining in Big Data

Master of Science, Computer Science and Computational Bio-medicine, University of Thessaly.

  • (Winter Semester) Data Mining in Biomedical Applications

  • (Summer Semester) Subjects of Programming (Python)

Research

Recent Highlights

Scientific Interests

-Machine Learning -Large scale Data Mining -Big Data applications

Selected publications

Past events and conferences:


"Imagination is more important than knowledge."

Albert Einstein