I am post-doctoral research fellow at the Center for Information Technology Policy at Princeton University. I studied civil engineering at the Technical University of Athens, philosophy of science and technology at the Technical University of Munich and defended my PhD in computer science at the same institution.
Currently, I am researcher in Political Data Science, analyzing new and old media by the application of data-intensive algorithms, as well as the political impact of the use of data-intensive algorithms themselves.
I am co-creator of the political monitoring website political-dashboard.com, which provides a live overview of the US and German political landscape on-line.
In the past, I have served as an engineer, as well as in the communication and administration of science.
You can find my google scholar profile here .
You can view here two exemplary talks of my work. The first talk discusses the diffusion of biases existing in NLP methodologies. The second talk is a philosophical investigation on big data and property.