I am currently a PhD student at the University of Glasgow within the Inference, Dynamics and Interaction group. I work under the supervision of John H. Williamson and Sebastian Stein. My PhD is funded by "Closed-Loop Data Science for Complex, Computationally- and Data-Intensive Analytics, EPSRC Project: EP/R018634/1".
EPSRC - funded
Digital Media & Computational Intelligence
Electronics & Computers
The title of my PhD is "Interactive, Animated Representations of Probabilistic Models". As the title implies, my research focuses on the creation of novel representations of probabilistic models that incorporate animated and interactive visualizations for the communication of the uncertainty about the true value of the model's variables. The research question that I will try to answer in the contexts of this research will be whether these novel representations of probabilistic models help people better understand and interpret models and make explainable and rational decisions.
1. N. Dimitriou, G. Kioumourtzis, A. Sideris, G. Stavropoulos, E. Taka, N. Zotos, G. Leventakis, D. Tzovaras, "An Integrated Framework for the Timely Detection of Petty Crimes", IEEE EISIC Conference 2017, doi: 10.1109/EISIC.2017.13.
2. E. Taka, K. Papachristou, A. Drosou, N. Dimitriou, D. Tzovaras, "Physical Forces aware of Aging Simulation on Cultural Heritage Artifacts", IEEE 3DTV Conference 2017, doi: 10.1109/3DTV.2017.8280394.
3. E. Taka, K. Papachristou, N. Dimitriou, A. Drosou, D. Tzovaras, "On the potential of Simulation enhanced Conservation of CH Artifacts", IEEE EEEIC Conference 2017, doi: 10.1109/EEEIC.2017.7977688.