Alexandra Pouliasi commenced her studies at the Physics Department of the University of Crete in 2015. She obtained her BSc in 2020 and joined the MSc program of "Advanced Physics".
As an undergraduate student, she completed her bachelor’s thesis entitled "Potential for Detection of Ultra-High-Energy-Cosmic Ray Sources", under the supervision of Prof. Vasiliki Pavlidou. During the summer of 2017 she worked as an intern at Skinakas Observatory where she was trained to use the Robopol polarimeter. Results of her observations contributed to a refereed publication “Search for AGN counterparts of unidentified Fermi-LAT sources with optical polarimetry: Demonstration of the technique”, 2019, Astronomy & Astrophysics 623, 61.
Observational Astrophysics, Machine learning methods in astrophysics, Galactic Astronomy.