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Panayiotis
Constantinou

I received my undergraduate degree in Mathematics and Statistics from the University of

Cyprus in June 2012. Then, in August 2012, I joined the Department of Statistics at The

Pennsylvania State University to receive a Ph.D. in Statistics. My goal was achieved in August

2017.

Currently, I am a Special Scientist in Teaching at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics

at the University of Cyprus. Before that, I worked as a Visiting Lecturer at the same

department and occasionally I work as an Online Instructor at the Department of Statistics at

The Pennsylvania State University.

I taught several courses at The Pennsylvania State University such as Stat 200 – Elementary

Statistics (both on-campus and online), Stat 318 – Elementary Probability (on campus), Stat

414 – Introduction to Probability Theory (online), Stat 500 – Applied Statistics (online).

My research was about “Testing Separability of Functional Data” under the guidance of

professor Matthew Reimherr. From our research we got the following publications:

1. P.Constantinou, P. Kokoszka and M.Reimherr, Testing Separability of Functional Time

Series, Journal of Time Series Analysis, 39, 731-747, 2018

2. P.Constantinou, P. Kokoszka and M.Reimherr, Testing Separability of Space-

Time Functional Processes, Biometrika, 104, 425-437, 2017

In my spare time, I like to travel. Traveling allows me to observe new places, meet new people

and new civilizations, enjoy the local cuisine and broaden my horizons. When I don’t travel, I

like watching movies.