09/28/10

 

I graduated with a Ph.D from the department of computer science

(minor Cognitive Science) and I moved to California Institute of Technology (Caltech)

 working as a post-doctoral scholar at Andersen's lab (Division of Biology). 

 

Welcome to my Web site!

Vassilios N. Christopoulos received his Diploma in Production Engineering
and Management in 2002 and his MSc degree in 2003, from the Technical University
of Crete, Chania, Greece. In May 2005, he received his MSc from the department
of Computer Science and Engineering at University of Minnesota, working in the
Multiple Autonomous Robotic Systems (MARS) Laboratory. Currently, he is a PhD
student at the Computer Science and Engineering Department and is working as
as Research Assistant (advisor: Prof. Apostolos Georgopoulos) in the Brain Science
Center located in the VA Medical Center of Minneapolis. In addition, he is affiliated
member of Center of Cognitive Science and member of Computational Perception
and Action Laboratory (advisor: Prof. Paul Schrater).
His research interests focus on Cognitive Neuroscience, Coding/Decoding Brain
Signals, Brain Computer Interface, Motor Control, Human Reaching and Grasping,
Distributed Intelligent Systems and Large-Scale Optimization using biomimetic methods.
 

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My hometown

 

 

A map of Dimitrakopoulou 9, 185 44 Pireas. Click to see the map on MSN Maps & Directions

 

 

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This site was last updated 09/28/10

 

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