I am a mathematics Ph.D candidate at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) working under the supervision of S. Solecki. I completed my undergraduate degree in applied mathematics and physics on 2012 at the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA). My primary research interests are in descriptive set theory and topological dynamics.

Currently a member of the Graduate Affairs Committee, UIUC math department.

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Teaching

Spring 2017. I am currently the instructor for the course ``Ideas in Geometry'' (Math 119) at UIUC.
Here is the official website for the course.

Spring 2016. I was the instructor for the a Calc 2 (Math 231) class at UIUC.
On the list of teachers ranked as excellent by their students.
Here is the syllabus of the course.
Here is the website with the weekly material for the course.

Fall 2015. I led a merit discussion section of Math 231 (Calc 2) at UIUC.
On the list of teachers ranked as excellent by their students.

Fall 2014. I led a merit discussion section of Math 221 (Calc 1) at UIUC.
On the list of teachers ranked as excellent by their students.

Spring 2014. I was a teaching assistant on a volunteer basis at the Danville correctional center for Education Justice Project (EJP). Based on a past joint work with N. Kotsani I also offered a seminar "Art & Mathematics" at Danville.

Fall 2013. I led a merit discussion section of Math 231 (Calc 2) at UIUC.
On the list of teachers ranked as excellent by their students.

Fall 2012. I led two discussions of Math 231 (Calc 2) at UIUC.

Sept. 2010 - June 2012 I was an instructor for the cross-curricular education program “Art & Mathematics” at Herakleidon Museum, Experience in Visual Arts .