Spiros is a curious and driven researcher, suffering from entrepreneurship tendencies, who wants to apply Computational Science to the very small nano scale as well as the very big planetary scale. He is fascinated by Computer Science and the intersection of Biology, Computational Mathematics and Engineering.
Currently in the final year of his Bachelor’s degree Spiros is the founder of Ionian University’s IEEE Student Branch and is actively involved in two research laboratories. His main research is focused in surface profiling through simulation and machine learning.
In the past few months he has been writing a textbook titled “Stochastic Processes and Methods in Computational Physics” as part of his undergraduate thesis. Additionally he enjoys reading papers, creating tools and contributing to packages written in the Julia numerical computing language. His research interests include Computational Physics, Applied Mathematics, Stochastic Modeling and Computational Biology.