Giorgos Bouritsas

Imperial College London

Names

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Giorgos Bouritsas (Preferred)

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****@gmail.com
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****@imperial.ac.uk

Education & Career History

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PhD student
Imperial College London (ic.ac.uk)
2018Present
 
Researcher
National Centre for Scientific Research “Demokritos” (iit.demokritos.gr)
20182018
 
Undergrad student
National Technical University of Athens (ntua.gr)
20112017
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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PhD Advisor
Michael Bronstein
****@imperial.ac.uk
20182022
 
PhD Advisor
Stefanos Zafeiriou
****@imperial.ac.uk
20182022
 
Coworker
Andreas Loukas
****@epfl.ch
20202021
 
Coworker
Nikolaos Karalias
****@epfl.ch
20202021
 
Coauthor
Fabrizio Frasca
****@twitter.com
20192021
 
Coauthor
Grigorios Chrysos
****@epfl.ch
20192021
 

Expertise

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graph neural networks, relational learning, non-euclidean deep learning, learning theory
Present
 
network science, graph signal processing
Present
 
generative models, neural compression
Present