I am a Postdoctoral Researcher at ETH Zurich, at the departments of Civil, Env. and Geomatic Engineering and of Computer Science. I am working with Prof. Daniel Hall, Innovative and Industrial Construction, and with Prof. Marc Pollefeys, Computer Vision and Geometry Lab. I am also affiliated with the Design++ at ETHZ.
I am interested in interdisciplinary research between Architecture, Civil Engineering, and Machine Perception. My area of focus is on automated semantic and operational understanding of buildings throughout their life cycle using visual data.
I completed my PhD at Stanford University on August 2020, Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) Department, Sustainable Design and Construction (SDC) Program, with a PhD minor at the Computer Science Department. I conducted research under the supervision of Martin Fischer (CEE, Center for Integrated Facility Engineering - CIFE) and Silvio Savarese (CS, Stanford Vision and Learning Lab - SVL). Prior to my PhD, I received an MSc in Computer Science (Ionian University-2013), an MEng in Architecture and Digital Design (University of Tokyo-2011), and a Diploma in Architectural Engineering (National Technical University of Athens-2009). I have also worked as an architect and consultant for both the private and public sector.
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