Anthony Constantinou is an assistant professor as well as the head of the Bayesian Networks AI laboratory at the Queen Mary University in London for the past two months less of two years. Anthony has actually been working at the Institution for more than nine years now. Prior to becoming a lecturer or assistant professor and head of the Bayesian Unit, Anthony Constantinou was a post-doctoral research fellow at the institution.
This was between the month of September in 2012 and the beginning of the year 2017. During this time, Anthony Constantinou worked on a project with NIHR. The project was on the topic of Bayesian Networks and their application in risk management and assessment in the forensic psychiatry. He also got the chance to work with the London School of Medicine and Dentistry on a similar project.
Prior to this, Anthony Constantinou worked as a teaching assistant for the institution for almost four years beginning in October 2009. His work involved teaching the BSc and MSc program students in the Software Risk Management, Software Engineering, and Procedural Programming courses.
Anthony Constantinou’s Academic Background
Anthony Constantinou went to the University of Hertfordshire where he got his BSc degree in Computer Science in the year 2008 with a specific interest in Artificial Intelligence. He later enrolled in the same learning institution for a master’s program in the Artificial intelligence area. See This Page for additional information.
He graduated with distinction in the robotics program in the year 2009. He was awarded a fully funded scholarship from the Engineering and Physical Science Research Council of the United Kingdom that saw him through his Doctor of Philosophy studies at the Queen Mary University where he has worked since then.
Before joining the University, Anthony Constantinou was a soldier with the Greek Cypriot Nation Guard for two years. He has also worked at the AgenaRisk establishment in the past.
His publication “Bayesian Artificial Intelligence for Decision Making under Uncertainty” won him an honor for the Principal Investigator on EPSRC Fellowship project. Constantinou finished second in the international special issue competition Machine learning for soccer. His PhD. thesis was nominated for the CPHC/BCS Distinguished Dissertations, He was awarded Distinction for M.Sc. and earned a full EPSRC Ph.D. Scholarship and funding.
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