Education

Christos Strydis obtained his Ph.D. degree in Computer Engineering from the Delft University of Technology in 2011 (Title: “Universal Processor Architecture for Biomedical Implants - The SiMS Project”, Promotor: Prof. Georgi N. Gaydadjiev). Christos has originally studied Electronics & Computer Engineering at the Technical University of Crete, Greece, and in 2003 received his bachelor's diploma (honors). In 2005 he obtained his M.Sc. degree (honors) in Computer Engineering from the Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, with a minor in Biomedical Engineering. His interests revolve around the topics of computer architecture, dependable systems, low-power embedded systems, high-performance neuroscience applications and biomedical microelectronic implants. Christos has peer-reviewed for as well as published manuscripts in well-known international conferences and journals.

Experience

Dr. Strydis has acted as technical-program-committee member as well as in other capacities for a number of international conferences. He has published and reviewed for a large number of peer-reviewed conferences and journals. He has also delivered invited talks in various venues. Over the years, Christos has supervised multiple BSc, MSc and PhD students. Aside for research, Christos currently teaches a number of bachelor- and master-level courses in the joint Nanobiology program of the Erasmus Medical Center and the Delft University of Technology. Lastly, he is a chief engineer with Neurasmus BV, a Neuroscience Dept. spin-off.

 

Participation in Research Programs and Funding Sources

Christos Strydis has (co-)authored and managed a number of successfully funded national- and EU-level research proposals, as follows:

  • "Versatile Integrated Accelerator-based Heterogeneous Data Centres (VINEYARD)" (Feb 2016 – now): EU-funded, H2020 RIA project [Grant agreement no: 687628]. Role: Co-author, work-package leader and PI for Neurasmus B.V. Budget: 6.3 Million Euro (100% EC contribution).
  • "High-performance brain simulations" (Jun 2015 – Jun 2016): TU Delft-funded Grassroots project. Role: Lecturer for course "A primer in high-speed scientific simulations". Budget: 1.000 Euro.
  • "Automated framework for rapid simulations of high-detail brain models (BrainFrame)" (Feb 2015 – Feb 2016): EU-funded, ERC-PoC project [Grant agreement no: 641000]. Role: Author and PI for Neurasmus B.V. Budget: 150 kEuro (100% EC contribution).
  • "Secure Hardware-Software Architectures for Robust Computing Systems (SHARCS)" (Jan 2015 – now): EU-funded, H2020 RIA project [Grant agreement no: 644571]. Role: Co-author, work-package leader and PI for Neurasmus B.V. Budget: 3.1 Million Euro (100% EC contribution).
  • HiPEAC collaboration (personal) grant (Sep 2013 – Dec 2013): Role: Joint research with Prof. D. Sourdis, Microlab, NTUA, Greece. Budget: 5 kEuro.
  • “on-Demand System Reliability (DeSyRe)” (Oct 2011 – March 2015): EU-funded (ranked 1st), FP7 STREP project [Grant agreement no: 287611]. Role: Co-author and work-package leader for Neurasmus B.V. Budget: 3.6 Million Euro (EC contribution: 2.8 Million Euro).
  • “Smart Cochlear Implants (Smac-it)” (Nov 2008 – Oct 2013): STW-funded (Dutch National Foundation of Technical Sciences) project [STW project no: 10056]. Role: Co-author of and Ph.D. co-supervisor for Computer Engineering Laboratory, Delft University of Technology. Budget: 500 kEuro.

 

 

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