Lampros Stergioulas is affiliated to The Hague University of Applied Sciences as a professor of Data Science. At the Faculty IT & Design he leads the Data Science research group. Furthermore he is a chaired professor in Business Analytics connected to the University of Surrey Business School (South-East England).
Lampros Stergioulas is also active for the European Commission as an expert in the field of artificial intelligence, data science and research ethics. In various programmes sponsored by the European Union and EU member states, he acts as an expert evaluator.
Lampros studied informatics and physics and received a Masters’ and a PhD in Electrical Engineering at the University of Liverpool (UK).
He has published more than 200 scientific publications and supervised and evaluated several PhD theses in the field of data science, computer science, health informatics, data-driven social innovation, modelling and simulation and intelligent systems.
He was principal researcher in more than 30 EU projects and coordinator of 4 EU research projects in which he cooperated with public organizations such as the European Center for Disease Prevention (ECDC), the European Medicine Agency (EMA), the European Commission, the National Health Service (UK) as well as national and regional authorities within Europe.
Lampros’s research interests span the areas of applied AI, data science and analytics, health informatics, data-driven management and innovation, system modelling and simulation, as well as data ethics. Through this he endeavors to achieve real-world impact in the areas of healthcare, wellbeing and sustainability.
“Our mission is to apply scientific expertise to solve real-world problems using data, to support decision and policy making and transform lives and communities for the better and to help both private and public sectors innovate and grow using data science.”