I am currently a PhD student in Computer Science (Algorithms & Bioinformatics) in the Department of Informatics at King's College London. I am currently carrying out research as a member of the Algorithms and Bioinformatics Group under the supervision of Prof. Costas Iliopoulos and Dr. Solon Pissis. The main focus of my work is analysis and design of algorithms, particularly algorithms on data strings. My goal is to reduce the theoretically space and time complexity of such algorithms, that they may be more efficiently implemented in practice. My work has potential applications in DNA sequencing, music analysis, data compression and various other fields that deal with large data sets.
Oct 2015 - present: PhD in Computer Science, King's College London, UK
Thesis Topic: Improved space and time complexities for algorithms on data strings.
Dec 2012 - Sep 2015: MSc in Computer Science, University of Hertfordshire, UK
Final Year Project: Implementations of superbubble detecting algorithms in network graphs.
Oct 2008 – Oct 2012: MSci in Mathematics, Imperial College London, UK
1st Year Project: Modelling unusual orbit of the Triton moon in our Solar System.
2nd Year Project: Report on relative efficiency of numerical methods to evaluate integrals.
Final Year Project: Simulation of evolutionary processes subject to environmental influences.