I have studied in Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, AUTh, Greece. I have received my BSc degree in Informatics (Department of Informatics), my Msc in “Informatics and Management” (Joined master program of Departments of Informatics and Economic sciences) and my PhD from the Department of Informatics. My doctoral dissertation has the title: “Statistical methods in information systems project planning”. My research interests involve applications of statistical methods to quality problems in software engineering and especially to requirements engineering.
Furthermore I have received a degree in pedagogy from the “School of Pedagogical Education”, General Department of Education in Thessaloniki. I had worked as a teacher in private and public schools in Thessaloniki, Greece for many years. Also, I have worked as a lecturer at Technological Institute of Technology (TEI) of Western Macedonia (Department of Grevena), at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (at the Master’s Level), at Mediterranean College of Thessaloniki which collaborates with the University of Derby in England and at Department of Informatics in Alexandrio Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki. Moreover, I have worked as a statistical analyzer for different projects at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, both in Greece. Also I have worked with students with special needs where I was a teacher for deaf and blind students using both the deaf and the BRAILLE language.
Since May 2016, I am working as a postdoctoral researcher at Software Research Engineering Lab (SERL) at Blekinge Institute of Technology (BTH).