Dimitriou, Ioannis

Ioannis Dimitriou holds his Ph.D. from the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, University of Cambridge where he studied as a grantee of the State Scholarship Foundation of Greece. He headed the Department of Economics at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens as Professor of Mathematics and Informatics, where he developed IT laboratories, organized programs of studies, improved infrastructure, supported the development of teaching and research staff and established new faculty premises. He has taught computer graphics and human computer interaction at the Athens University of Economics and Business, and at Lavern University Athens, and taught quantitative methods for the MBA program of Hellenic Open University. He has published over 80 research papers in scientific journals, conference proceedings and volumes, and has developed Fortran software packages that are accessible to the public through the scientific library systems of the ACM Transactions on Mathematics Software and Computer Physics Communications. As a program developer, he worked on the IBM 3082 and CDC Cyber mainframes, the Sun SPARC Unix workstation, the Tesla K20 GPU processor, and on most desktop-like computers. Honors received include the J.T. Knight Price of University of Cambridge and awards for some of his research papers, the most recent ones being the best paper awards of the 2018 Conference on Bioinformatics (IMECS, Hong-Kong), and 2018 Conference on Computational Statistics and Data Engineering (WCE, London). He is an adjunct faculty member and teaches in the MSI program.

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