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I was born in Athens, Greece. After enjoying the sun for 18 years, I moved to Xanthi, a cold and quite windy city in the north Greece to study Electrical & Computer Engineering (EECE) at the Democritus University of Thrace (DUTh). In 2011, I received the M. Eng. degree and in 2013, I received the M.Sc. degree from the same university.
Then, I decided to migrate to some colder yet beautiful cities in Europe, Edinburgh, UK and Grenoble, France for a joint PhD program at the CALVIN research group, School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh and the THOTH team, INRIA Rhone-Alpes (previous name LEAR), where I worked under the advisement of Dr. Vittorio Ferrari and Dr. Cordelia Schmid, respectively.
Right now, I am a post-doctoral research assistant at VGG, University of Oxford, where I work with Prof. Andrew Zisserman. My research interests are computer vision, machine learning and deep learning; in specific, I work on video understanding: localizing spatially and temporally objects and actions in videos.