Georgios Papanikolaou is a PhD researcher in Applied Mathematics (School of Mathematical Sciences) and the INFANT Research Centre at UCC. His research combines modern mathematical techniques, such as machine learning, system & control theory and tipping point theory, with real seizure data to develop new mathematical models of seizures in the neonatal brain. The ultimate goal is to categorize different seizure types, foresee and identify the onset of seizures, and develop strategies to reduce seizures in premature born babies.
This research will provide novel insight into seizure dynamics, potential links with the developing cardiovascular system and circadian rhythm, and will produce new methods to study and monitor neonatal EEG data.
2021-present PhD, Dept of Applies Mathematics, University Collage Cork
2019-2020 Intern researcher, United Technologies Research Centre Ireland
2017-2019 MSc Theoretical Computer Science and System & Control Theory, Dept. of Mathematics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
2013-2017 BSc (Hons) Mathematics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Georgios Giantamidis, Georgios Papanikolaou, Marcelo Miranda, Gonzalo Salinas-Hernando, Juan Valverde-Alcala, Suresh Veluru, Stylianos Basagiannis (2020). “ReForm: A Tool for Rapid Requirements Formalization” Electronic Communications of the EASST