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I am a Professor of Statistics in the Department of Statistics at the University of Warwick and Turing Fellow of The Alan Turing Institute, which is the UK’s national institute for data science and artificial intelligence.
I obtained a BSc in Statistics from the Athens University of Economics and Business in 2004. I was then awarded a PhD in Statistics in 2007 from the Department of Statistics at the University of Warwick with a thesis titled “Bias reduction in exponential family nonlinear models”, where I subsequently held an appointment as a CRiSM Research Fellow until 2010. In September 2010, I joined the Department of Statistical Science at University College London as a Lecturer (equivalent to Assistant Professor), and I got promoted to Senior Lecturer (equivalent to Associate Professor) in 2015. I moved back to University of Warwick as a Reader in Data Science in January 2018, and I got promoted to Professor in August 2021. In Jan 2022, I got appointed as the Turing University Lead for the University of Warwick.
In these pages, you will find details about my research interests and activity, work on scientific (and non-scientific) software development, and my supervision, teaching, editorial and other activities.
Working with me
I am actively looking for PhD students and PostDoc researchers with strong mathematical, statistical or computational backgrounds to join my group. If you are interested in working with me, please take a look at my research pages to find out more about my current research interests. Please also take a look at my supervision page to see current and former PhD students and PostDoc researchers I am/have worked with, research topics that I am particularly keen to explore with a PhD student or a PostDoc, and how to get in touch.
Blog and news
Analyses, curiosities, opinions, explanations, explorations, and random thoughts will appear at IKosmidis-Blog.
For a list of news items see IKosmidis-News.
My CV can be found here.