Currently I am working as a Software Design Engineer for ASML Netherlands. I belong to the Litho Systems and Software Architecture group and my main interests are in Model-Driven Software Engineering, Testing, and Simulation.
Before joining ASML, I attended a two-year post-master program, called Software Technology PDEng, at the Eindhoven University of Technology. During this program, I worked on projects for major industries of the Netherlands, like Océ-Canon, ASML, and Philips.
I received my diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Patras (Greece) in 2015. During my studies I specialized in Digital Signal and Image Processing.
As a student, I was a Microsoft Student Partner for several years. During this time, I led and co-founded the first and biggest offline student community of Microsoft in Greece (called StudentGuru Patras).
From 2012 until 2015, I was an external partner of Greek Yellow Pages S.A. (a company that offers the most complete business directory in Greece), where I worked on the development of their mobile app for Windows devices.See my portfolio Download my CV
Inspired ideas from different domains of engineering
Establishing a structured way of working
Steering the process of development towards the right direction
Passionate team worker, fan of team-spirit
Software Technology PDEng: A two-year post master program, where the trainees work on industry projects in order to enhance their skills on software design and development.
Thesis: Generating protocol-compliant simulators (TU/e campus-only access)
Master’s equivalent studies (300 ECTS)
Diploma Thesis: Reconstruction of high resolution thermal images from low resolution thermal images using compressed sensing methods.
Supervisors: Dr. Athanasios Stouraitis, Dr. Konstantinos Berberidis
Major: Digital Signal and Image Processing
Minor: Computer Science and Electronics
Software Design Engineer: Model-Driven Software Engineering, Testing, and Simulation
Senior Student Partner: Strategic planning, managing & recruiting for Microsoft’s academic communities in Greek universities.
Teaching & Lab Assistant: Assisting, teaching and supporting the laboratory classes of the courses “Digital Signal Processing I & II”.
External Partner - Developer: Designing and developing the company’s mobile application for Windows running devices.
Founder & Community Leader: Leading the first and biggest off-line academic community of Microsoft majoring in .NET related technologies in Greek universities. Approx. 10 events/year with 200 attendees/event.
Student Partner: Contact person between professors, students, and the company. Organization of workshops/seminars on campus. Technical marketing.
Cum laude: Graduated with merit. Grade: 4.5/5 (9/10 on the 1-10 scale). Cum laude is granted to trainees who receive a grade greater than 4/5.
Finalist: National Finalist with project “Althaea”
Greek Representative: Award of excellence for my results and achievements as a Microsoft Student Partner, in the fiscal year 2010-2011.
Finalist: National Finalist with project PopUP
Invited Participation: Award of excellence for my results and achievements as a Microsoft Student Partner during the fiscal year 2009-2010.
Second-place Winner: Earned the second place as a beta tester, based on the quality of my feedback about Greek version of Windows 7.
Winner: MSP Web Champions, a worldwide contest organized by Microsoft. Participants are called to evaluate, debug, and test various popular web applications and give feedback based on their testings.
Invited Participation: Award of excellence for my results and achievements as a Microsoft Student Partner, during the fiscal year 2008-2009.
Second-place Winner: Earned the second place in the Greek finals of ImagineCup with the project beNatural.
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