Dr. Vasileios Maroulas is a Professor of Mathematics, and Business Analytics and Statistics. Dr. Maroulas' research portfolio engages computational probability, statistics and machine learning with computational topology and geometry for addressing interdisciplinary problems in data science and engineering arising from biology, medicine (physiological and clinical), material science, and national defense. His research is funded by numerous agencies, e.g. AFOSR, ARL, ARO, DOE, NSF, and Simons Foundation, and is featured in prestigious journals including Annals of Applied Statistics, Annals of Probability, Bernoulli, Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems, Paleobiology, SIAM on Imaging Sciences, SIAM Scientific Computing, Spatial Statistics, and Stochastic Processes and Applications. For his research, Dr. Maroulas has received the prestigious Leverhulme Trust Visiting Fellowship from the UK, and the UT’s College of Arts & Sciences Excellence in Research and Creative Achievement Award. His work has been announced (by invitation) to many universities, national labs, and domestic and international conferences. Dr. Maroulas has also strong connections with industries, e.g. he is a member of the data science advisory board of Prognos, a NYC based Health Analytics company, and a collaborator with deCervo, a scouting company relying on neuroscience.