Professor Marios Poulos

Faculty of Information Science and Informatics

Head of the Laboratory of Information Technologies


Since his PhD in the Theory of Pattern Recognition, Marios has acquired over 20 years experience in the field of the Computational Intelligence.

He was one of the founders of the biometric features of EEG since 1998.

He is also interested in Semantic Web‐metadata, Biometrics System, Pattern Recognition, Computational Geometry, Neural Networks, Image Processing, Text Processing and Time series. He is a reviewer for numerus IEEE journals such as IEEE Transactions on Image Processing Journal, IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence etc.

Selected Publications

More Publications
  • Poulos, M. (2016). Determining the Stationarity Distance via a Reversible Stochastic Process. PloS one, 11(10), e0164110.
  • Poulimenou, S., Stamou, S., Papavlasopoulos, S., & Poulos, M. (2016). Short text coherence hypothesis. Journal of Quantitative linguistics, 23(2), 191‐210.
  • Papavlasopoulos, S., Poulos, M., Korfiatis, N., & Bokos, G. (2010). A non‐linear index to evaluate a journal’s scientific impact. Information Sciences, 180(11), 2156‐2175.
  • Poulos, M., Bokos, G., &apm; Vaioulis, F. (2008). Towards the semantic extraction of digital signatures for librarian image‐identification purposes. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 59(5), 708‐718.
  • Korfiatis, N. T., Poulos, M., & Bokos, G. (2006). Evaluating authoritative sources using social networks: an insight from Wikipedia. Online Information Review, 30(3), 252‐262.
  • Poulos, M., Rangoussi, M., Alexandris, N., & Evangelou, A. (2002). Person identification from the EEG using nonlinear signal classification. Methods of information in Medicine, 41(1), 64‐75.