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Kyriazanos Dimitrios

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Dr Dimitris M. Kyriazanos received his Diploma in 2005 and his Ph.D. degree in 2009 both in Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) from the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), Greece. He is a Senior Researcher and the Head of the Integrated Systems Laboratory group of the Institute of Informatics and Telecommunications (ΙΙΤ) of the National Centre for Scientific Research “Demokritos” (NCSRD). He has coordinated and been a key contributor in winning European Commission (EC) research grants, most notable being in the challenging areas of airport security (FLYSEC, DRS-16-2014), risk based screening at border crossing (TRESSPASS, SEC-15-BES-2017) and ethical, fair and trustworthy AI in Law Enfocement (popAI, SU-AI03-2020), having acted successfully in lead positions, including Project Coordinator. He has extensive research work in the context of EC Security Research projects, having participated in more than 16 successfully completed projects since FP6, collaborating with End Users from Civil Protection, Homeland Security and Defence, including cross-disciplinary and social impact research with SSH experts and civil society representatives, contributing to the development of a wide range of innovative prototype security management systems, applications and services, while publishing the results of his work in scientific journals, international conferences and book chapters. His research interests include cyber-physical resilience, trustworthy intelligent information systems including bias and fairness detection, risk based security management and threat assessment, location data analytics and location based services, AI ethics, behaviour analytics and automated decision making, data fusion, data protection, cybersecurity, privacy and ethics by design and other topics.
Appointed by Greek General Secretariat for Science and Innovation, Dr Kyriazanos served as the Greek Delegate in the H2020 Programme Committee for Secure Societies, and in the same position for Civil Security cluster and Horizon Europe Programme Committee (2019-2023).

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