Dimitris Mavroeidis

Dimitris Mavroeidis
Research Associate

Dimitris Mavroeidis is a Research Associate and Technology Consultant at the Cognitive Systems Research Institute (CSRI) and a Research Associate at the Institute for Language and Speech Processing (ILSP). Among others, he brings to the institute his working experience in the Information Technology industry; for more than seven years, he has served as core member and leader of development teams for a number of large software projects for companies like Xerox and Intracom. The projects involved -among others- the development of intelligent spoken dialogue systems and interactive voice response (IVR) systems for big commercial customers, including banks, telecommunication companies and others. Dimitris was a core member of the team developing META-SHARE, an open-source repository for sharing language resources and tools, a core aspect of the European Research Project META-NET, at the Institute of Language and Speech Processing, ATHENA Research Center. During the same project, he focussed his activities in Statistical Machine Translation research and development. His research is interdisciplinary and focuses on language processing and embodied cognition for machine translation applications. Currently, he is also developing the PRAXICON, an innovative semantic memory for robots, a graph database with recursive conceptual structures. Dimitris Mavroeidis has an MSc in Artificial Intelligence from the University of Edinburgh, a BSc in Informatics from the Athens University of Economics and Business and a Diploma in Translation from the British Council in Athens. He is a member of the European Association for Machine Translation and the Association for Computational Linguistics. 

Publications

Conference Papers

Federmann, C. , Georgantopoulos, B. , Girardi, C. , Hamon, O. , Mavroeidis, D. , Minutoli, S. , & Schröder, M.. (2012). META-SHARE v2: An Open Network of Repositories for Language Resources including Data and Tools. In 8th ELRA Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation. presented at the 5, European Language Resources Association (ELRA). http://www.csri.gr/files/publications/Federmann2012.pdf

Master Theses