Katerina Papadaki completed her BSc in Physics and her MSc in Advanced Physics at the University of Crete in 2019 and 2021 respectively. In 2021 she commenced her PhD in the Department of Computer Science under the supervision to Dr. George Tzagkatakis and Prof. Kostas Tassis.
The last year of her undergraduate studies she collaborated with the research group of Prof. George Tsironis, in the project of chaotic timeseries prediction using Recurrent Neural Networks. Her master’s thesis with title “Modeling of Speech Signals using Recurrent Neural Networks”, was completed under the supervision of Dr. Yannis Pantazis. Duringt the same period she also collaborated with Prof. Vasiliki Pavlidou for the analysis of optopolarimetric observations with statistical and Machine Learning tools. The title of her PhD thesis "Computational Intelligence for Multimodal Astrophysical Tomography" and it is part of the project "Polar", with is part of the ongoing collaboration of FORTH and Univ. of Cambridge under the auspices of GAPSTI.