Vassiliou Evangelos

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First name: 
Evangelos
Last name: 
Vassiliou
Academic rank: 
Assistant Professors (Tenured)
Member of Faculty
Area of expertise: 
Computational Optimization and Non-Parametric Data Fitting Methods
Short Curriculum vitae: 

Dr. Evangelos Vassiliou is an Assistant Professor of computational optimization in the Department of Financial and Management Engineering at the University of the Aegean, Greece. He holds a Bachelor degree in Mathematics (University of Patras), an MSc degree in Statistics and Operational Research (Department of Mathematics, University of Athens), an MSc degree in Business Mathematics (jointly organized by the University of Athens and the Athens University of Economics and Business) and a PhD in Numerical Approximations – Computational Optimization (Sector of Mathematics and Informatics, Department of Economic Sciences, University of Athens). His work has been presented in international conferences and published in international refereed journals. His teaching interests include data analysis, probabilities, econometrics, simulation, financial mathematics, forecasting and time series analysis.

Dr. Vassiliou’ research work focuses on the development of theory and algorithms for numerical approximation and optimization calculations accompanied by software development. The research focuses especially on data smoothing by using divided differences and finds practical uses in scientific and technical calculations of data fitting, encompassing non-parametric models in statistical data analysis and mathematical models in economy.


Courses taught in the undergraduate curriculum: 
Office: 
B5
Address: 
41, Kountouriotou Street, Chios, GR 82100
Office hours: 
Monday 10:30-12:30
Tuesday 13:00-15:00
Email: 
e [dot] vassiliou [at] aegean [dot] gr
Research interests: 

Development of theory and algorithms for numerical approximation and optimization calculations accompanied by software development. The research focuses especially on data smoothing by using divided differences and finds practical uses in scientific and technical calculations of data fitting, encompassing non-parametric models in statistical data analysis and mathematical models in economy.