Learn more about Dr. Skiadas
Dr. Skiadas came to Hanover in 2006, after finishing his doctorate. He has taught a number of mathematics courses at the University of Chicago, and also at Illinois Wesleyan University, where he was a Visiting Instructor for one year. His current interests include Theoretical Computer Science and Discrete Mathematics, as well as a growing interest in Computational and Applied Statistics. He is particularly interested in the ways that computers can enhance the students’ learning experience. Dr. Skiadas enjoys programming, cooking, juggling and going to coffee shops.
B.S., National University of Athens
M.S., Ph.D., University of Chicago