I received my doctorate in Information from the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor – USA), where I was a member of the Computational Linguistics and Information Retrieval (CLAIR) research group. My research and teaching interests lie at the intersection of social computing, communication science and data science. I analyze behavioral and language traces left by users of information systems in order to better facilitate their interactions with others, as well as their access to information.
I am currently academic coordinator of the M.Sc. in Social Information Systems at the Open University of Cyprus, where I hold the rank of Assistant Professor (tenure-track). I previously served as Assistant Professor in the Lewis College of Human Sciences at the Illinois Institute of Technology (Chicago, USA) (2010-2012) and Visiting Lecturer of Management Information Systems at the University of Cyprus (2006-2009).