|I was born
in Thessaloniki, Greece. I studied mathematics in
the University of Thessaloniki
and the University of
Southampton. After my
PhD I worked in the Computer
of the University of Cambridge, the Max-Planck-Institut
Informatik in Saarbrücken, Germany, and the Department of
Creative Computing in Coventry
University. Currently I am a lecturer in the Department of Computer
Science of Durham University.
My research is in Multiresolution Geometry and Geometric Modeling. In particular, I am interested in subdivision surfaces, mesh encoding and applying statistical learning methods in surface reconstruction.
Ahmad Ramli (from April 2008)
David Kaye (from October 2008)
Ying Yang (from September 2009)
Sean McCabe (from October 2010)