Christos Diou

Assistant Professor @DIT/HUA


Office 3.5

Omirou 9, Tavros, 17778

Athens, Greece


Hello and welcome to my homepage. I am an Assistant Professor of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning at the Department of Informatics and Telematics, at the Harokopio University of Athens, Greece, where I teach courses related to artificial intelligence, machine learning, as well as computer programming. I hold a BSc and Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.

My research focuses on the development of novel machine learning algorithms and their applications in healthcare. My recent research interests include the development of methods for the measurement and modeling of human behavior for health applications, the development of machine learning algorithms that generalize across domains (Domain Generalization) and the use of machine learning for causal effect estimation from observational data.

I have published several papers in international research journals and conferences in topics related to Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and their applications, while I have over 15 years of experience participating in national and international research projects. I am currently the PI for the EU-funded projects REBECCA and RELEVIUM.


Jan 3, 2023 I will be giving a talk on Interpretable Machine Learning and the DALE method at the MeVer group at the Information Technologies Institute on Jan 04, 2023. Thanks to the colleagues at the MeVer group for the invitation! You may find the slides of the talk here
Nov 1, 2022 Our paper, DALE: Differential Accumulated Local Effects for efficient and accurate global explanations by V. Gkolemis, T. Dalamagas and myself has been accepted at ACML 2022!
Sep 2, 2022 New PhD position available on methods for quantifying and mitigating AI bias. Please check here for details (in Greek).
Sep 1, 2022 Please find pre-prints of our recent papers that will appear on SETN 2022 and IEEE Big Data Service and the Computing in Cardiology conference proceedings.
Jul 15, 2022 Our new project, RELEVIUM, will start on 1st of September.
Jul 1, 2022 We are happy to announce that our AIAI2022 paper with Niki Kiriakidou received the best paper award! Paper preprint is available on arxiv