Konstantinos Stavridis received his Master's degree in Information Systems at University of Macedonia (2013), and his Diploma degree from Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering at the Technical University of Crete (2000). His master's thesis focuses on adaptive peer assessment. He has professionally worked as an IT instructor in secondary and vocational education for fifteen years, having launched several innovative educational projects in IT and custom educational Robotics with his students.
Since May of 2017, he is a PhD candidate researching the field entitled "Opinion mining with the use of dynamic knowledge discovery and representation". His main research interests include opinion mining, natural language processing, computer vision, deep learning, transfer learning, zero-shot classification, fusing external knowledge in deep learning architectures. As of July 2018, he works as a research associate in the Informatics and Telematics Institute of the Centre for Research and Technology - Hellas.