After my studies in Computer Engineering and Informatics, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Computational Neuroscience in the Universities of Patras, Greece and Edinburgh, Scotland, I have settled as a PhD student in the Cognitive Neuroimaging Lab at the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics in Tuebingen, working under the supervision of Dr. Uta Noppeney. The focus of my studies lies on Multisensory Integration and I am primarily using Magnetoengephalography (MEG) to address several scientific questions of interest.
Finally, friends call me Taki.
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«Aυτά τα δέντρα δε βολεύονται με λιγότερο ουρανό»
Γιάννης Ρίτσος - Ρωμιοσύνη
"Those trees cannot be content beneath a lesser sky”
Giannis Ritsos - Romiosyne
Multisensory Integration in the Human Brain by means of MagnetoEncephaloGraphy.
Max Planck Society
Full Name: Panagiotis S. Tsiatsis [ Παναγιώτης Σ. Τσιάτσης ]
Date of Birth: 7th of June, 1983
Place of Birth: Mytilene, Greece
Cognitive Neuroimaging Group
Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics
MSc in Computational Neuroscience / Machine Learning
University of Edinburgh, Scotland
Computer Engineering and Informatics Department (C.E.I.D)
University of Patras, Greece [5 years degree, First-class honours]
Awards / Distinctions
Neuroscience, Computational Neuroscience, Computer Science, Neural Modelling, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Complex systems
Non Academic Interests / Activities
Mainly I like to make some music when time permits. Since I am self-taught there is probably nothing special here, but if you are still interested you can find more in www.auditorydriving.com. In the past [deep breath], I used to play the guitar in the almost famous band “Yellow Pages” and run a blues / rock radio programme called “Rock The Night” in a major radio station in Greece along with my friend Bill Lampos. Together, we also organized in 2006 a multifaceted artistic festival in the University of Patras, Greece, under the name “Artware Festival” that, since then, has become a major annual artistic event in Patras. Since then I believe that you can bring the best out of people by providing them the freedom to be creative. Other than that, I like reading simple stories, watching cartoons, looking for chords on the floor, staring at ants passing by and collecting tickets. Finally, I will be eternally grateful to Martin, Rory and Jerome for showing me that most of the times what is important does not necessarily have to be complicated.