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PhD student Ioannis Pappas


I obtained my Diploma at the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the National Technical University of Athens. In turn, I joined the University of Florida where I obtained my Master's degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering.
I recently moved to the University of Cambridge to undertake the Clinical Neurosciences PhD program under the supervision of Dr. Stamatakis.

Departments and Institutes

Clinical Neurosciences:
PhD student

Research Interests

My research focuses on applying modern graph-theoretic tools to functional brain networks. I am particularly interested in investigating global network characteristics during different tasks and consciousness states. In addition, I am interested in developing probabilistic models for inferring latent network mechanisms that may regulate consciousness.

Key Publications

Identifying Cognitive States Using Regularity Partitions (Pappas I, Pardalos P, PLOS ONE, 2015) [Link]