I am a postdoctoral researcher at the
Department of Electrical & Systems Engineering, University of Pennsylvania, hosted by Profs. George J. Pappas and Alejandro Ribeiro. I am affiliated with GRASP, Alelab, and PRECISE.
Prior to that, I was a postdoctoral research associate at the
Department of Operations Research & Financial Engineering (ORFE), Princeton University, hosted by Prof. Warren B. Powell, and affiliated with CASTLE Labs. I received the PhD degree in Electrical & Computer Engineering with double distinction from Rutgers University, under the guidance of Prof. Athina P. Petropulu.
My research is in the areas of
machine learning, reinforcement learning, optimization, signal processing, sequential decision making, and risk, and their applications in autonomous networked systems, wireless communications, security and privacy, and system trustworthiness.
I also share common interest with my partner, Ioanna, in the area of urban information systems. To learn more about Ioanna’s research, click
I am currently on the job market. Click here to learn more about my research vision and plan, as well as my research projects, past and current.
Latest News New paper on risk-aware linear-quadratic regulators under preparation (to be submitted; see “Publications” for a preprint soon). February 26, 2020 Another paper on ensuring almost-zero duality gaps and related guarantees in model-free resource allocation for wireless submitted. February 24, 2020 Revised and much more powerful version of our paper on predictive learning for hidden tree-structured graphical models (Ising) uploaded in “Publications”; check it out. February 13, 2020 Very excited to be an external member on Mr. Konstantinos Nikolakakis’ doctoral dissertation defense committee later this semester, @ ECE Rutgers! February 7, 2020 Invited to present our work on nonparametric structure learning on hidden tree-structured graphical models at CISS 2020 (March 18–20, Princeton University). February 7, 2020 Our work on nonparametric structure learning on hidden tree-structured graphical models will be presented at the 2020 Information Theory and Applications (ITA 2020) Workshop (Feb 2–7, Catamaran Resort, Pacific Beach, San Diego). January 30, 2020
This is the exotic Marathonisi island, a satellite of the also exotic island of Zakynthos (my birthplace)