Nicholas Kyriacopoulos's creative blog on DashBurst. I am a physics professor with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education sector. I have a Ph.D. in Physics (astrophysics) from Ohio University, USA. My field of research is active galactic nuclei. My research is published in top-ranked astrophysics journals. My research requires me to be well-versed in programming, data analysis, statistical analysis, and machine learning. I have taught physics and astrophysics courses varying from the Freshman to the graduate level. I have extensive experience in curriculum development, instructional design, program reviews, and outcomes assessment. I have served as departmental chairperson for six years. My most recent self-development activity was to obtain in Summer 2019 certification in the analysis and design of smallsat/cubesat space missions. - Nicholas Kyriacopoulos

I am a physics professor with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education sector. I have a Ph.D. in Physics (astrophysics) from Ohio University, USA. My field of research is active galactic nuclei. My research is published in top-ranked astrophysics journals. My research requires me to be well-versed in programming, data analysis, statistical analysis, and machine learning. I have taught physics and astrophysics courses varying from the Freshman to the graduate level. I have extensive experience in curriculum development, instructional design, program reviews, and outcomes assessment. I have served as departmental chairperson for six years. My most recent self-development activity was to obtain in Summer 2019 certification in the analysis and design of smallsat/cubesat space missions.

Nicholas Kyriacopoulos