Welcome! I am a PhD student in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) . I am very fortunate to be advised by Constantinos Daskalakis.
My research interests include: Theoretical Machine Learning, Learning Theory, Computational Complexity, Sublinear Algorithms and Algorithmic Game Theory.
I joined the graduate program of MIT on September 2014 in the Theory of Computation Group at CSAIL. My research advisor is Constantinos Daskalakis and we are working on a wide range of problems on theoretical machine learning, learning theory, complexity theory and algorithmic game theory.
Before MIT, I was an undergraduate student at the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at National Technical University of Athens where I completed my Diploma Degree. During my time there, I was fortunate to work with Dimitris Fotakis on Mechanism Design with Verification and Scheduling Map-Reduce jobs.
During the Summer 2017 I joined as an intern the Algorithms and Optimization Group at Google Research at New York where I worked with Alessandro Epasto, Mohammad Mahdian and Vahab Mirrokni on Differential Privacy with applications to Mechanism Design.
During the Summer 2018 I joined as an intern the Scalable Machine Learning at Yahoo! Research at New York where I worked with Dimitris Fotakis, Robert Busa-Fukete and Balázs Szörényi on Learning and Testing Ranking Distributions.
Starting at Fall 2018 my research will be supported by Google PhD Fellowship.