Biography: Ioannis studied Mathematics and completed his Master’s degree in Applied Mathematics & Numerical Analysis at the Department of Mathematics, University of Athens, Greece. As a MSc student he visited the University of North Texas where he studied a partial differential equation’s geometric evolution problem of networks of triple junctions in planar domains.
In July 2012, he received his PhD in Applied Mathematics from the Department of Mathematics, University of Athens, Greece, focusing on singular discrete time control systems. Following that he worked for 16 months as a Post-doctoral Research & Teaching Fellow in Optimization at the School of Mathematics, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom. There, he worked on second order methods for compressed sensing problems with coherent and redundant dictionaries and on singular systems of fractional nabla difference equations. In addition, he worked for six months as a Research Associate at the School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering, University of Manchester, UK, focusing on methods for steel microstructure to lattice mapping and plasticity formulation for lattice.
He is funded through the SEES Cluster, supported by Science Foundation Ireland under Grant Number SFI/09/SRC/E1780.
His current research interests include singular systems, networks, optimization methods and fractional matrix differential/difference equations with applications in power systems and economic models.
Keywords: Singular systems, Fractional Calculus, Optimization, Economic Modelling, Networks.
Paul Cuffe, Ioannis Dassios, Andrew Keane,
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