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Prior to Kalliopi Mylona’s appointment at King’s College London as a Lecturer in Statistics, she worked at Carlos III University, in Madrid, as a CONEX-Marie Curie Fellow of Statistics. Before that she was a Lecturer in Statistics within Mathematical Sciences at the University of Southampton, UK, after finishing her fellowship as a Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellow in the Faculty of Applied Economics at the University of Antwerp, Belgium.

She holds a Master of Science degree in Applied Mathematical and Physical Sciences from the National Technical University of Athens in Greece, and obtained a PhD in Statistics from the same university in 2009. After her PhD, she taught postgraduate and undergraduate courses at the University of Piraeus, the Athens University of Economic and Business, and the National Technical University of Athens. 

Research Interests

Her main research areas are the design of factorial experiments and the analysis of experimental data, both the development of new statistical methodology and its application to real scientific problems. For example, she collaborates with the First Propedeutic Surgical Clinic at the Hippocratio Hospital in Greece and the Hellenic Trauma Society on Biostatistics problems. Other motivating applications include meta-analysis of clinical trials, materials and surface engineering, agricultural field experiments, and biological and chemical experiments.

 Further Information

 Research Profile and Publications