Dr. Hadjileontiadis is working on signal processing in the fields of biomedical engineering (bioacoustics, ECG data compression, high density EEG-based 3D vector field tomography) affective computing (EEG-based emotion recognition), educational data analytics (blended-, affective-, collaborative-learning modeling), non-destructive testing data analysis (crack detection in beams and plates), behavioral modeling (swarm-based decomposition/transform) at the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering at Khalifa University. He is also a Professor in composition at the State Conservatory of Thessaloniki, Greece.
So far, Dr. Hadjileontiadis has supervised six PhD Students and three post-doctoral researchers, while his publication record includes over 85 papers in peer-reviewed international journals, over 140 papers in peer-reviewed international conference proceedings, six books, 24 book chapters, three patents, and edited two books. He has also acted as guest editor in special issues editions and served as chair/co-chair/keynote speaker in many international conferences. Dr. Hadjileontiadis is the recipient of many international awards, such as the Faculty Champion Award 2012 from Microsoft. Just recently (2016), his EUR 4 million grant proposal about Parkinson’s Disease early prognosis and intervention (namely i-PROGNOSIS) has been accepted and signed by the European Commission-Horizon 2020 Research Framework after a very competitive selection (4/165).
Currently, Dr. Hadjileontiadis is the Coordinator/Scientific Responsible for three EU FP7/H2020 projects with a total budget of up to EUR 10 million. He also has strong collaborations with international research networks/centers (e.g., Karolinska Institutet, Fraunhofer Institute, Kings College London, Harvard/MIT, Winnipeg University). He is a member of the Technical Chamber of Greece, of the IEEE, of the Higher-Order Statistics Society, of the International Lung Sounds Association, of the American College of Chest Physicians, and of the Greek Composers’ Union (Vice-president). Dr. Hadjileontiadis is a Senior Member of the IEEE.