I'm Bill Psomas.

Deep Learning for Computer Vision Phd Student in National Technical University of Athens. Passionate about photography, music, art and gymnastics. Let's start scrolling and learn more about me.

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A Short Story...

Ever since I was a child, my favorite question was 'why'? I had an inexhaustible will for learning, an endless curiosity and a tendency to discover hidden or unknown patterns. As a student, I was keen on Physics, Math, Computer Science and becoming an Engineer was a dream that was about to become true some years later.

It was during my studies at the National Technical University of Athens that I came in contact for the first time in my life with the world of Computer Vision and Machine Learning. I still remember my excitement and strong interest. The world of Image really impressed me and that was the reason why I simultaneously started Art Photography classes. On the one hand, Image as a Science and on the other hand Image as an Art. After defencing my thesis, pursuing further relevant studies was inevitable.

I enrolled in the MSc in Data Science and Information Technologies of National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. This proved to be an ideal step for my research and professional endeavors. Through this I met Yannis Avrithis, who really inspired me to take the leap and continue my academic career with a doctorate, which has been a long-term ambition of mine. Apart from that, Yannis introduced me to the world of Research, generously gave me valuable advice and shared his knowledge. My thesis on Deep Metric Learning, supervised by him, was defenced on late 2020.

So, time finds me today in Athens, in the Remote Sensing Laboratory, working as a PhD Student on Incremetal Learning with Yannis and Konstantinos Karantzalos.

Contact Details

Remote Sensing Laboratory
National Technical University of Athens
Heroon Polytechniou 9
15780, Zografou, Greece

A Few Of My Favourite Shoots

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