About

My Mission

To make a contribution towards a more sustainable and clean future, free of repetitive tasks – as we are not robots – and full of meaningful moments. There are enough resources for everyone, all we need is to unite and combine our knowledge for the advancement of this planet and not its annihilation.

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Who I am

In my life, I follow the things that I enjoy spending time with. I started with a Bachelor in Electronics engineering, then I started an internship at the University of Sheffield for a year, where I learned a lot about research, C++ and EEG systems through the projects that I was assigned and the amazing feedback and advice I took from my supervisors and team members. At the end of my internship, I took an MSc course at the University of Surrey on Computer Vision, Machine Learning and Robotics. During that time, I got a part-time job as a Java Developer at TCL and after an academic semester, I quit my studies though because I felt that my time could be better invested. Since then I’ve been working as a software and electronics engineer in a variety of projects

I have also attended many conferences and seminars in different areas, such as collective behavior, smart farming, Blockchain technology, IOT, smart homes, CES and more. 

You can download my CV here.

Skills

Depending on what I wanted to make I taught myself something new.

Electronics
MATLAB, Eagle, OrCAD, FPGA, Arduino, Pic microcontrollers, Analog & Digital electronics

Computers
Windows, Linux
C, C++, Python, Java, Android, Unity and C#, PHP, MySQL
HTML, CSS, Bootstrap, Wordpress
Git, Prolog, LaTex, Blockchain
Word, Excel, PowerPoint

Languages
Greek and English fluent and basic conversations and reading in Mandarin.

Sports
Volleyball, Basketball
Skateboarding, Snowboarding, Wakeboarding, Sky diving

 

Undergraduate projects

Some projects I did during my undergraduate studies.
Format: Project (semester, size of the group, duration of the presentation)

Line Encoding (5th, group of 2, 25 minutes)
Types of line encoding  •  Pulse coded modulation for signal transmission

3D Hologram (5th, 15 minutes)
3D hologram principles •  How to create a mini hologram using a smartphone’s screen

Inverted Pendulum on a cart with PID control (6th, group of 3, 30-40 minutes)
Uses of a closed loop system •  How to create a system that balances a pendulum on a cart

Hygrometer (7th, group of 3, 20-30 minutes)
How to make a hygrometer using Philips H1 capacitive humidity sensor

Electroencephalogram, EEG (8th, 30 minutes)
How we can measure neuron activity and how to utilize this information in our lives

Microwave Sources (8th, 15-20 minutes)
High and low power microwave sources

Remote Sensing (8th, 30 minutes)
Remote sensing   •   Two ESA missions (Galileo and Swarm)

Coordinates of the outline from an image
A MATLAB program that when the user gave as input an image that contained a black outline of a shape or text, it output the coordinates that were required in order to recreate the figure (either simulation or real life). This software was used to extract the coordinates of some text, that was later recreated by the Kilobots.

“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency, and vibration.” 

-Nikola Tesla