Thesis: "Applications of neural networks in predicting the concentration of toxin Microcystin LR in water reservoirs".
MSc in Nanosciences & Nanotechnologies, specialized in "Nanobiotechnology", IPGP Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies, Physics Department, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, grade 9.00/10, "Excellent".
Thesis: "Monte Carlo Simulations and Dynamics: Particle population and transport systems".
Thesis: "Dynamic processes in complex systems using computer simulations".
I have fulfilled my military duties in the Greek infantry army from 11/2009 to 08/2010.
Teaching Assistant at the undergraduate courses in the Physics Department, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki: i) "Computational Solid State Physics", ii) "Applied Computational Physics" (56h per annum).
Teaching Assistant at the graduate course in the Interdisciplinary Post Graduate Program (IPGP) Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies: "Models & Theories of Molecular Dynamic Processes" (28h per annum).
Teaching Assistant at the graduate course "Systems Biology (M8.C3)" for Master in Systems Biology, Institute of Medical Biometry and Informatics, Heidelberg University Hospital, Germany (28h).
I have supervised several MSc and PhD students over the course of my academic years, many of whom are collaborators in my published work.
NEST – Pathfinder-1: Tackling complexity in science: "DYSONET – Human Behavior Through Dynamics of Complex Social Networks: An Interdisciplinary Approach".
For a complete list of my publications in peer reviewed journals check my Google Scholar profile.
Network administrator for the company "Control System".
Teacher in Biology in private school: "Anatoliko", Thessaloniki, Greece for students taking the Pan-Hellenic university entry exams.
Freelance full stack web developer working remotely, among other things 😉.