EDUCATION HISTORY Ph.D. Computer Science, University of Helsinki, Finland, January 2007. Thesis Title: “Problems and Algorithms on Sequence Segmentation” Dissertation Advisor: Professor Heikki Mannila MSc. Computer Science, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, May 2002. B.A. Computer Science, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, July 2000. EMPLOYEMENT RECORD Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science, Boston University, April 2014 - present. Visiting Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science, La Sapienza University of Rome, Sept-Dec 2015 (during sabbatical leave from Boston University). Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science, Boston University, September 2009 - April 2014. Visiting Researcher, Microsoft Research, Mountain View, CA, June 2013. Visiting Researcher, Microsoft Research, Mountain View, CA, June 2010 - August 2010. Research Scientist, IBM Almaden Research Center, San Jose, CA, June 2007 - August 2009. Postdoctoral Researcher, Helsinki Institute for Information Technology, Helsinki, Finland, January to June 2007. Research Intern, IBM Almaden Research Center, San Jose, CA, May to December 2005. Research Intern, Microsoft Research, Mountain View, CA, June to September 2006. Graduate Student Researcher, Computer Science Dept., University of Helsinki, Finland, September 2002 - December 2006. Graduate Student Instructor, Computer Science Department, University of Helsinki, Finland, Spring 2005, Spring 2004, Fall 2003. HONORS AND AWARDS NSF CAREER Award, 2013. Rafik B. Hariri Institute Junior Faculty Fellow, 2011-2013. Microsoft Research Faculty Fellowship, 2010. 1 IRTF/IETF Applied Networking Research Prize for the IMC 2012 paper “Routing State Distance: A Path-based Metric for Network Analysis”, 2013. IBM Outstanding Award, for contributions in the Science of Data Privacy, 2008. Fulbright Scholarship, 2000-2001. Greek National Institute of Scholarships, Scholarship for academic excellence (1999,2000). Greek National Institute of Scholarships, Scholarship for succeeding the top score at the Nationwide University Entrance Exams 1996. GRANTS AWARDED NSF Award: “Structural Matrix Completion for Data Mining Applications”; co-PI, (PI: Mark Crovella, from BU, CS), (500K). NSF Award: “ SCOPE: A smart-city Cloud-based Open Platform and Ecosystem”; co-PI, (PI: Azer Bestavros) ($ 800K), 2014-2017. NSF CAREER Award: “On identifying collections with complex objectives”, ($ 500K), 2013-2017. NSF Award: “Entity Selection and Ranking in Data-Mining Applications, ($ 500K), 2012-2015. NSF Award: “Managing and Mining Uncertain Graphs; co-PI, (PI: George Kollios, from BU, CS), ($ 500K), 2013-2016. Hariri Institute Faculty grant: “Identifying Experts and Effective Teams of Experts” (in collaboration with N. Sahoo, School of Management), ($ 50K), 2012. ACSC Mass Insight: Prime the Pump Award: “ A Platform for Data-Intensive Cybersecurity Monitoring” (in collaboration with G. Miklau and Y. Diao from UMass Amherst), ($ 75K), 2012. Google Faculty Research Gift , Principal Investigator (in collaboration with Azer Bestavros), ($ 38K), 2011. Yahoo! Faculty Research Gift , Principal Investigator, ($ 10K), 2011. Microsoft Faculty Fellowship , Principal Investigator ($200K), 2010. NSF Award: “User-Centric Privacy Control for Collaborative Social Media”. Principal Investigator, in collaboration with University of Michigan Ann Arbor ($474K), 2010–2013. PUBLICATIONS Refereed Journal Publications J1: E. Galbrun, K. Pelechrinis, E. Terzi, “ Urban navigation beyond shortest route: The case of safe paths”, Inf. Syst. , 2016. J2: , B.Y. Hong, M.V. F. Araujo, L. D. Strausbaugh, E. Terzi, E. Ioannidou, P. I. Diaz, “ Microbiome Profiles in Periodontitis in Relation to Host and Disease Characteristics”, PLoS ONE, 2015. J3: D. Erdos, R. Gemulla, E. Terzi, “Reconstructing Graphs from Neighborhood Data”, ACM Transactions on Knowledge Discovery from Data (ACM TKDD), 2014. J4: G. Kollios, M. Potamias, E. Terzi, “Clustering large probabilistic graphs”, IEEE Transactions on Data and Knowledge Engineering (IEEE TKDE), 2013. J5: P. Diaz, B.-Y. Hong, J. Frias-Lopez, A. Dupuy, M. Angeloni, L. Abusleme, E. Terzi, E. Ioannidou, L. Strausbaugh, A. Dongari-Bagtzoglou: “Transplantation-associated long-term immunosuppression promotes oral colonization by potentially opportunistic pathogens without impacting other members of the salivary bacteriome”. Clinical Vaccine Immunology, 2013.