ARCHIMEDES Researchers’ presentations

The ARCHIMEDES researchers delivered talks on a multitude of topics, covering the six main themes of ARCHIMEDES: Causality and Fairness, Game Theory/Optimization/Multi-Agent Learning, Machine Learning and Computer Vision, Machine Learning and Life Sciences, Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing, and Machine Learning Foundations. All talks were well attended by our PhD fellows and visiting researchers.

ARCHIMEDES Researchers’ presentations

Stella Markantonatou

The linguistic aspect of resources

Maria Vakalopoulou

Artificial Intelligence in Digital Pathology and Precision Oncology

Alkimini Sgouritsa

Game Theoretic Problems with learning

Christos Tzamos

Principled Methods for Learning with Noisy Data

Constantinos Caramanis

Mixtures in Static and Dynamic Machine Learning Problems

George Papanastasiou

Vision through Research at Archimedes

Aristides Pagourtzis

Counting problems: complexity and algorithms (learning augmented)

Evangelia Pitoura

Fairness in Graphs

Panagiotis Tsaparas

Information and Algorithmic Integrity

Sotirios Tsaftaris  

The ingredients of a Big AI in healthcare

Yiannis Panagakis

Higher-Order Deep Learning: Towards learning from multiway data of arbitrary geometry

Panagiotis Mertikopoulos

The training Landscape of Artificial Intelligence: from Empirical Risk Minimization to Learning in Games

George Christodoulou

Algorithms and Learning in game-theoretic environments

Dimitrios Fotakis

Research Directions in Data-Driven Mechanism and Algorithm Design

Maria Papadopouli

Introduction to Network Neuroscience

Christos Papadimitriou

Computation and the Brain

Constantinos Daskalakis

Game Theory& Machine Learning

Chara Podimata

The Disparate Effects of Recommending to Strategic Users

Ioannis Androutsopoulos

AI and Language Models

Panagiotis Mertikopoulos

Learning in Games


The project “ARCHIMEDES Unit: Research in Artificial Intelligence, Data Science and Algorithms” with code OPS 5154714 is implemented by the National Recovery and Resilience Plan “Greece 2.0” and is funded by the European Union – NextGenerationEU.