PhD candidate

Dept. of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics

University of Crete

office Gamma 308

University Campus, Voutes

email : kesmarag@tem.uoc.gr

- Born: August 15, 1982 in Heraklion Crete, Greece
- Marital Status: Married with 2 children
- Citizenship: Greek
- Languages: Greek and English

- University of Crete (2000-2005), Department of Applied Mathematics - Diploma, Grade 7.55/10
- University of Crete (2005-2008), Departments of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics - MSc, Master Thesis (in Greek), Supervisor : Taroudakis Michael
- University of Crete (2012-2016-expected-), Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics - PhD (in progress), Supervisor : Taroudakis Michael

- Inverse problems in underwater acoustics
- Machine learning
- Denoising Strategies
- Mathematical modeling of Mammalian auditory system
- Earthquakes short-time prediction methods

- (2003/02 - 2003/06) Work Placement IACM/FORTH Report (in Greek) : Sensitivity Kernels of the Green function in Ocean Acoustic Waveguides Supervisor : Emmanuel Skarsoulis
- (2006-2008 & 2012 - Today) Teaching Assistant at Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics
- (2013/09 - Today) Research Fellow Institute of Applied and Computational Mathematics (IACM/FORTH)

- Taroudakis M.I. and Smaragdakis C. "On the use of Genetic Algorithms and a statistical charac- terization of the acoustic signal for tomographic and bottom geoacoustic inversions Acta Acustica united with Acustica Vol 95, No 5, pp 814-822 (2009).
- Taroudakis M.I. and Smaragdakis C. "Inversions of statistical parameters of an acoustic signal in range-dependent environments with applications in ocean acoustic tomography" Journal of the Acoustical Society of America Vol. 134, pp 2814-2822 (2013).
- Taroudakis M.I., Smaragdakis C. and Chapman, N.R. "Inversion of acoustical data from the `Shallow Water 06' experiment, using a statistical method for signal characterization " to appear in JASA-EL (2014).

- Taroudakis M. and Smaragdakis C. : "Underwater Acoustic Signal Characterization in the presence of Noise", in Internoise 2010, CD Rom edition, Lisbon (2010).
- Papadakis P., Smaragdakis C., Taroudakis M. and Tolstoy A.: "Hybrid inversion techniques for geoacoustic inversion" in Proceedings of the 9th European Conference on Underwater Acoustics, Istanbul (2010).
- Taroudakis M. and Smaragdakis C. : "Inversions of Statistical Parameters of an Acoustic Signal in Range-Dependent Environments, with Applications in Ocean Acoustic Tomography" in Proceedings of the 11th European Conference on Underwater Acoustics, Edinburgh, pp 962-969 (2012).
- Taroudakis M. and Smaragdakis C. "A hybrid approach for ocean acoustic tomography based on statistical characterization of the acoustic signal and the identification of modal arrivals" in Proceedings of the 2nd Underwater Acoustics Conference edited by J.S. Papadakis and L. Bjorno, Rhodes, Greece, pp 691-698 (2014)
- Smaragdakis C and Taroudakis M. "Characterization of underwater acoustic signals, using a bio-mathematical model of the psycho-acoustic mechanisms of Humpback whales." in Proceedings of 7th Acoustic Conference of HELINA, Thessaloniki 10-2014
- Taroudakis M. and Smaragdakis C. "A hybrid approach for ocean acoustic tomography in range dependent environments based on statistical characterization of the acoustic signal and the identification of modal arrivals" in Proceedings of FORUM ACUSTICUM 2014 (CD edition), Krakow, Poland, (2014)
- Taroudakis M. and Smaragdakis C. "De-noising procedures for inverting underwater acoustic signals in applications of acoustical oceanography" in Proceedings of Eur oNoise 2015 31 May - 3 June, Maastricht
- Smaragdakis C. and Taroudakis M. "Hidden Markov Models feature extraction for inverting underwater acoustic signals using wavelet packet coefficients", EuroRegio2016, Porto, Portugal, June 13-15, 2016 (accepted)

- Programming Languages : C, C++, Java, Python, Kotlin
- Programming Libraries : Gobject(C), GLib(C), Qt(C++)
- Scientific Environments/Libraries : Matlab, Numpy/Scipy(Python), TensorFlow(Python), GSL(C)
- Operating System : GNU/Linux (I use Fedora/Centos)
- Typesetting : LaTeX/XeLaTeX

- Hellenic Institute of Acoustics (HELINA)