I am a Smart Cities Postdoctoral Associate at the New York University Center for Urban Science + Progress (CUSP). I employ optimization, game theory, data-driven methods and control theory to design resilient food, energy, and water infrastructure systems against extreme weather events and cyberattacks amid the low-carbon transition.

I earned my Ph.D. in Civil and Systems Engineering (CaSE) from The Johns Hopkins University, focusing on the design of resilient interdependent infrastructures across spatial and temporal scales. As a graduate researcher I have been a member of the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE), the Mathematical Optimization for Decisions Lab (MODL), the Networked Dynamical Systems Lab (NetDyLab), and an A.G. Leventis Foundation scholar.

I have also earned a Master of Science in Applied Mathematics and Statistics (AMS) from the Johns Hopkins University; a Master of Philosophy in Operations Management from Hughes Hall, Cambridge Judge Business School (CJBS) of the University of Cambridge; and a Diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering (5-year curriculum) from the National Technical University of Athens.

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