Konstantinos obtained his Diploma in Applied Mathematical and Physical Sciences from the National Technical University of Athens in 2017. He minored in Statistics and Computer Science and worked on functional connectivity analysis of fMRI data for his dissertation. He then pursued an MSc in Biomedical Engineering at Imperial College London, where he specialized in neurotechnology. For his project, he worked in Kozlov Lab, investigating the neural discriminability of degraded speech and the transformation of its representations along the auditory pathway. He is now a PhD student in the Centre for Blast Injury Studies, co-supervised by Dr. Andrei Kozlov, Dr. Tobias Reichenbach, and Dr. Robert Dickinson. His work aims to improve the understanding of complex stimuli processing in the auditory cortex, employing recording modalities on multiple scales.