Meet our team

InSyBio Team

LABROS DIGONIS

CEO
Labros is responsible for strategy, financial and operations planning.

Labros is a Naval Architect and Marine Engineer by education, MBA from Warwick, UK and Advanced Management from INSEAD, futures & options Certified Trader by CFTS, US. He has over 27 years of experience in top-management positions in multibillion Groups and in several Industries, in the fields of Technology, Finance, Healthcare & Consulting. He has been a successful entrepreneurial manager developing startups with business spanning many countries. Created and managed to global success at least two world class technology products (Finance & Energy Management respectively).

CHRISTOS ALEXAKOS

COO
Christos is responsible for the day-to-day management, the operation supervising and the financial management.

Christos is a computer engineer with PhD in Computer Science and Engineering from University of Patras (Greece). He is a highly experienced programmer and software architect and he has worked in many ICT projects for both public and private sector since 2001. The last 5 years he was worked as IT Team Leader and Project Manager in various Development and R&D ICT Projects. Furthermore, he was a collaborating senior computer engineering with Pattern Recognition Laboratory of Univ. of Patras, Medical Physics Department of Univ. of Patras, Industrial Systems Institute and Computer and Technology Institute. His research refers to Knowledge Management for Information Systems Integration with applications in the areas of enterprise integration, e-learning, medical physics and bioinformatics.

KONSTANTINOS

THEOFILATOS

Marketing & Sales Manager
Konstantinos is responsible for the marketing and sales management.

Konstantinos is a computer engineer with PhD in Computer Science and Engineering from University of Patras (Greece). His PhD studies were on the «Development and Application of Computational Intelligence techniques for the analysis of protein data». His research interests include computational intelligence, bioinformatics, data mining, web technologies and time series forecasting. So far he has made 14 publications in academic journals and more than 25 publications in international conference proceedings, two of which have been awarded as Best Papers. Furthermore, he has worked as a senior computer engineer in five R&D projects.

AIGLI KORFIATI

Product Development & Support Manager
Aigli is responsible for the product development and support department.

Aigli is a Computer Engineer and MSc student on Computer Sciences. Since 2010 she has focused on Bioinformatics applications, having publications on the prediction of miRNA genes and miRNA target genes. For her research on the prediction of Human miRNA Target Genes, she has won the Best Price Award at SETN 2012 conference. Her research interests include Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, Computational Intelligence, Artificial Intelligence and Parallel Algorithms. Moreover, she has participated on the development of a web-based task-specific Information System and the application of parallel algorithms on cloud and cluster environments.

DOCTOR SEFERINA

MAVROUDI

Scientific Advisor

Doctor Seferina Mavroudi is a lecturer in the Department of Social Work of the TEI of Patras and an adjunct lecturer (407/80) in the Department of Computer Engineering and Informatics of the University of Patras, Greece. Her research interests include computational intelligence, bioinformatics, and scientific computing. Doctor Seferina Mavroudi graduated in 1998 from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, School of Engineering of the Aristotles University of Thessaloniki. In 2000 she received a Master’s degree from the European Postgraduate Program on Biomedical Engineering, organized by the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Patras, the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and the Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering of the National Technical University of Athens, in collaboration with more than 20 European Universities. In the same program, in February of the year 2003 she completed her Ph.D. Thesis with title “Development of advanced computational intelligence models for complex bioinformatics - and biosignal processing applications”. During her phd studies she visited the Bioinformatics Center of the University of Pennsylvania as a visiting researcher. She has 40 publications in international scientific journals, proceedings of international conferences and book chapters. Her research work has earned 188 citations and H-index: 6.