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Department of Computer Science and Technology

  • Visiting Researcher, University of Cambridge
  • Senior Research Scientist, Nokia Bell Labs

Dimitris is a Visiting Researcher at the University of Cambridge and a Senior Research Scientist at Bell Labs. His work enables AI to make the most out of real-world data (e.g. mobile sensors, timeseries, audio or other modalities), through data-efficient, transferrable, and modality-agnostic machine learning.

Previously, he was a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Cambridge, where he received his PhD in Computer Science supervised by Prof. Cecilia Mascolo. During his studies, he worked in diverse industries and companies including Microsoft Research, Telefonica Research, Ocado, Qustodio (acquired for $50M), and research labs.

His research has been published in top venues in artificial intelligence (NeurIPS, KDD), ML+Health (Nature Digital Medicine, CHIL), human-computer interaction (UbiComp, MobileHCI), and signal processing (ICASSP, Interspeech), among others. Recent projects have been featured in international media such as the BBC, CNN, Forbes, Financial Times, Guardian and more.


Professional Activities

Program Committee (PC): AAAI 2021-2022, IJCAI 2020, KDD 2020-2022 (PC & Session Chair), SDM 2022, Sensiblend @ Ubicomp 2021

OrganizerTutorial on federated learning for mobile sensing at MobiCom 2021 (co-organized with Stefanos Laskaridis & Mario Almeida at Samsung AI)

Reviewer: Nature Digital Medicine, Nature Scientific Reports, NeurIPS, ICLR, ICML, AAAI, IJCAI, KDD, CHI, Ubicomp/IMWUT, ICASSP, Expert Systems with Applications, Neurocomputing, WWW/The Web Conference, Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence, Sensors, ICWSM, ICPR, and more.


Full list of publications is available on Google Scholar

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