Hey! I am Damianos, PhD student at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Leibniz University Hannover, under the supervision of Prof. Dr. techn. Dipl.-Ing. Wolfgang Nejdl since January 2017. My experience and interests lie in: applied machine learning and data analysis for bioinformatics.
If you share the same passion for such research topics, please let's follow each other on Twitter or email me at melidis att l3s.uni-hannover.de.
- Diploma (5-year studies) in Computer Science at Computer Engineering and Informatics Department,University of Patras (2006-2011).
- Master of Science in Computational Biology and Bioinformatics at Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich - University of Zurich (2012-2014).
- Research Assistant (Internship) position in bioinformatics at the research group of Molecular Diagnostics, Genomics and Bioinformatics, supervised by Dr. Christian Ahrens (2014-2015).
- Scientific assistant and PhD candidate in computer science at Leibniz University Hannover, supervised by Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Nejdl (2017-Present).
- Pattern recognition:
- Unlocking the Black Box of Support Vector Machine based on Classification in Biological Datasets, D. Melidis, K. Theofilatos, A. Tsakalidis, S. Likothanassis, S. Papadimitriou and S. Mavroudi, HSCBB-2011.
- A Hybrid Support Vector Fuzzy Inference System for the Classification of Leakage Current Waveforms Portraying Discharges, K. Theofilatos, D. Pylarinos, S. Likothanassis and D. Melidis, K. Siderakis, E. Thalassinakis, S. Mavroudi Electric Power Components and Systems, 42:2, 180-189.
- Reference-guided de novo assembly: improved genome of a non-model plant species, H. E.L. Lischer, D. Melidis, M. Hatakeyama and K. Shimizu, European Society for Evolutionary Biology 2015 (Poster).
- Data stream mining:
- Learning under feature drifts in textual streams, DP. Melidis, M. Spiliopoulou, E. Ntoutsi, CIKM 2018, Turin Italy.
I was born and raised in sunny Athens, Greece. Through these years I have also lived in Switzerland and Germany where I got to know good friends.
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