Panagiotis Papapetrou

Panagiotis Papapetrou, PhD

Associate Professor

Stockholm University, Sweden
School of Social Sciences
Department of Computer and Systems Sciences

NOD Building, Borgarfjordsgatan 12
Postbox 7003, 164 07 Kista
Room number: 63118

E-mail: panagiotis@dsv.su.se

News:

  • Paper accepted to DAMI Journal: "Generalized Random Shapelet Forest"
  • Paper accepted to VLDB Journal: "Embedding-based Subsequence Matching with Gaps-Range-Tolerances: a Query-By-Humming application"
  • Paper accepted to DAMI Journal: "Finding the Longest Common Sub-Pattern in Sequences of Temporal Intervals"
  • Paper accepted to DAMI Journal: "DRESS: Dimensionality Reduction for Efficient Sequence Search"
  • Paper accepted to SDM: "Optimizing Hashing Functions for Similarity Indexing in Arbitrary Metric and Nonmetric Spaces"
  • Paper accepted to IDA Journal: "Query-sensitive Distance Measure Selection for Time Series Nearest Neighbor Classification"

Research Interests:

My research focus is on algorithmic data mining on large and complex data. Specifically I am interested in the following topics:

  • searching and mining large and complex sequences: DNA, proteins, time series, event-interval sequences
  • searching and indexing non-metric spaces
  • mining electronic health records
  • influence and hierarchy detection in social networks

Teaching



Brief Bio


  • December 2013 - now: Associate Professor, Department of Computer and Systems Sciences, School of Social Sciences, Stockholm University, Sweden
  • September 2013 - November 2013: Senior Lecturer (tenured), Department of Computer and Systems Sciences, School of Social Sciences, Stockholm University, Sweden
  • September 2012 - November 2013: Lecturer and director of the IT Applications Programme, Department of Computer Science and Information Systems, School of Business-Economics-Informatics, Birkbeck, University of London, UK
  • September 2009 - August 2012: Postdoctoral Researcher at the Department of Information and Computer Science, School of Science, Aalto University, Finland
  • June 2009: Received Ph.D. in Computer Science
  • September 2006: Received M.A. in Computer Science
  • January 2004: Admitted to the MA/PhD Program of the Department of Computer Science at Boston University, USA
  • June 2003: Received B.Sc. in Computer Science
  • September 1999: Admitted to the Department of Computer Science, University of Ioannina, Greece
  • September 1982: Moved to the city of Ioannina, my home-town (Northwest of Greece)
  • July 1981: Was brought to the world in the city of Patra, Greece

Education