Anthony Constantinou is currently a lecturer. He works as an associate professor and the head of Bayesian Artificial Intelligence in the Queen Marry the University of London. This former soldier in the Cypriot national guard of Greece has a biography worth of reading. Read on to know more about this dual citizen of both Cyprus and the United Kingdom.
Anthony Constantinou’s educational background
He joined the University of Hertfordshire in 2005. He graduated from the same university in 2008 with a bachelor of science(BSc), Computer Science (Specialized in Artificial Intelligence). He later advanced his studies from 2008 to 2009 by pursuing a masters degree in the same field of science. (MSc), Artificial Intelligence with Robotics. Anthony Constantinou managed to get a distinction in his studies due to his passion for Artificial Intelligence.
Antony Constantinou went ahead and did his Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Bayesian networks for Prediction, risk assessment and decision making at the Queen Mary University of London. It was from 2009 to 2012. These doctorate studies were fully funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council in the United Kingdom.
Anthony’s work experience
This 35-year old scholar is highly experienced in various fields having started as a soldier to a professor. He served as a soldier in the Greek Cypriot National Guard for two years and three months from July 2002 to August 2004. He served in the combined arms military force of the Republic of Cyprus before venturing in the field of education. Read This Article for additional information.
He has also worked as decision Scientist in the AgenaRisk for three months. During this period, Anthony Constantinou spearheaded the strategic planning and investment decision marking. It was as a result of 3 months internship award he got from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council of the UK.
The other experiences include consultant in Rating Systems and Bayesian Networks as a freelance, teaching assistant in the united kingdom and post –Doctorate Research Fellow in London UK. He is currently a lecturer and assistant professor in the Machine Learning and Data Mining, and Head of the Bayesian Al Lab in the UK.