- Associate Professor - Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen
- Villum Young Investigator
- Adjunct Researcher - National Observatory of Athens
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I am an Associate Professor of astrophysics at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen and a core member of the Cosmic DAWN Center of Excellence. For my research I study the formation and evolution of the galaxies since the Big Bang using the best astronomical facilities in the world (and in space). In other words, I join the efforts of some of the brightest minds that I am lucky enough to call friends and colleagues, in order to understand the very origins of our Cosmos.
As almost everything else in life, scientific research requires resources. For this I am grateful to the VELUX Foundation that in 2016 awarded me a ~€1M grant to support my research, as well as to the Carlsberg Foundation. We are also grateful to the Danish National Research Foundation that in 2017 trusted us with a multi-million "investment" to establish a new Center of Excellence: "The Cosmic DAWN Center".
Born in Athens, I left Greece in 2005 to pursue my PhD in Astrophysics at the University of Oxford. The rest about me and my research can be found below: