Petros Dellaportas has a joint appointment as a professor in Statistical Science in the department of Statistical Science, University College London, and as a professor of Statistics in the department of Statistics, Athens University of Economics and Business.
Greek Stochastics α: Monte Carlo: Probability and Methods (2009)
Greek Stochastics β: Interaction between Biology and Probabilistic/Statistical Theory and Methods (2010)
Greek Stochastics γ : Markov Chain Monte Carlo methods (2011)
Greek Stochastics δ : Inference for Dynamical Systems (2012)
Greek Stochastics ε : Jump processes: probability, statistical inference and financial modelling (2013)
Greek Stochastics ζ: Networks: Theory, Methods and Applications (2014)
Greek Stochastics η : Sequential and On-line Learning (2015)
Greek Stochastics θ : Big Data and Models (2016)
Greek Stochastics ι : Model determination (2017)
Greek Stochastics κ : Statistical Learning (2018)
Greek Stochastics λ : Stochastic processes and computation (2019)
Greek Stochastics μ : Causal learning (2022)
Greek Stochastics ν : Contemporary Bayesian inference (2023)
Greek Stochastics ξ : Statistics in Health (2024)
I am a co-founder – together with the writer Apostolos Doxiadis and the school teacher and writer Tefcros Michaelides of the not-for-profit organisation Thales and Friends. For the very active Greek site see the Greek language version. Thales + Friends works to bridge the chasm between mathematics and other forms of cultural activity. To achieve its aims, Thales + Friends works to create opportunities for interdisciplinary research and communication, through lectures, discussions, publications, and reading groups. Some international activities include:
Mykonos conference: Mathematics and narrative. See the related article in Nature
Delphi Conference: Circles Disturbed. See the proceedings of the conference in this book edited by Apostolos Doxiadis and Barry Mazur.
Some of my public lectures about probability and statistics (in Greek) are here: