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The Rich Experience Of Anthony Constantinou

 

Anthony Constantinou is a lecturer / assistant professor and also Head of Bayesian Artificial Intelligence at the Queen Mary University of London. According to his personal website, Constantinou’s research interests are in Bayesian Artificial Intelligence for intelligent decision making under uncertainty and for casual discovery. He collaborates with industrial and academic organizations across the globe, and he applies his research to a wide range of sectors including economics, finance, medicine, sports, and gaming.

Anthony Constantinou’s education track record consists of stints at the University of Hertfordshire and Queen Mary, University of London. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in computer science (specialized in Artificial Intelligence) from the University of Hertfordshire, and also received a Master of Science in Artificial Intelligence with Robotics. From 2009 he studied at the Queen Mary, University of London earning his Ph.D. degree in Bayesian networks for prediction, decision making, and risk assessment, which was fully funded by the EPSRC – Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council in the United Kingdom. See This Article to learn more.

Prior to his studies, Constantinou was a soldier in the Greek Cypriot National Guard from 2002 to 2004. After he finished his studies he worked as a Decision Scientist for a few months at AgenaRisk in 2012, as a result of an internship award from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council. Anthony Constantinou also worked as an Associate Consultant for AgenaRisk for over a year, before continuing his career as a freelancer Consultant in Rating Systems and Bayesian Networks and collaborating with organizations worldwide.

His stint at Queen Mary University of London started a little over 9 years, in 2009. Constantinou was a Ph.D. Researcher from 2009 to 2012, a Teaching Assistant from 2009 to 2013, a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow from 2012 to 2017, and is currently a Lecturer in Machine Learning and Data Mining, besides his role as Head of Bayesian AI Lab.

 

Learn more about Anthony on https://interview.net/anthony-constantinou/