About me

I am a PhD student at University of Warwick in the Department of Computer Science, supervised by Prof. Theodoros Damoulas. I am also a member of the Warwick Machine Learning Group.

I hold the “Onassis Scholarship for Doctoral Studies” fellowship of the Onassis Foundation and my research is also supported by the UKRI Turing AI Acceleration Fellowship on Machine Learning Foundations of Digital Twins.

Prior to my PhD, I completed the MSc in Machine Learning at UCL with Distinction where I was fortunate to work with Prof. Theodoros Damoulas and Prof. Brooks Paige and the 4-year BSc in Mathematics at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens with First-Class Honours.

More information about my background can be found on my CV (last update: May 2024).

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Research Interests

My research interests lie in the intersection of Machine Learning and Causality. Specifically, my focus is on Causal Representation Learning, Causal Abstractions and the theoretical foundations of causally-inspired Digital Twins and how the later ones could be applied in the fields of social sciences and decision making theory. I also have a strong personal interest in the philosophical topic of causation and emergence in natural sciences.

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