Broadly, my research spans mathematics, mathematical data science and theory of computation.
I view theory as a way of aiding understanding and as a means of developing new algorithmic solutions.

Monte Carlo methods, Bayesian statistics, inference for artificial neural networks and probabilistic programming are of
topical interest to me.
Biomedical applications in the areas of statistical genetics, systems biology and pharmaceutical engineering
motivate some of my research questions.

Information about my professional trajectory can be found in my CV.

### Interests

- Mathematics
- Mathematical data science
- Theory of computation
- Monte Carlo methods
- Bayesian statistics
- Artificial neural networks
- Probabilistic programming

### Education

PhD in statistics, 2009

University of Warwick

MSc in statistics, 2005

University of Warwick

BSc in mathematics, 2004

University of Ioannina