Dimitris Makropoulos was born in 1979. He studied physics at the University of Athens and graduated in 2004. From 2004 to 2007 he lived in France where he pursued a D.E.A. in Analysis and Modeling in International Economics at the University Paris X-Nanterre. In 2012, he obtained a master’s degree in Mathematical Modeling in Modern Technologies and Financial Engineering from the School of Applied Mathematics and Physical Sciences, NTUA. He received his Diploma degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the NTUA in October 2022. Currently he is pursuing a Ph.D. in the CVSP Group, School of E.C.E., NTUA, under the supervision of Prof. Petros Maragos. His main research interests lie in the field of Signal Processing, Computer Vision, Deep Learning and Mathematical Modeling.
D. N. Makropoulos, A. Tsiami, A. Prospathopoulos, D. Kassis, A. Frantzis, E. Skarsoulis, G. Piperakis and P. Maragos,
Convolutional Recurrent Neural Networks for the Classification of Cetacean Bioacoustic Patterns,
in Proc.IEEE Int’l Conf. on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP–23), Rhodos Island, Greece, June 2023.
- Dimitris Makropoulos,
Deep Learning techniques for the Recognition of Cetaceans’ Biosignals
School of ECE, National Technical University of Athens, Greece
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