Konstantinos Filippos Kollias

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Konstantinos Filippos Kollias is a PhD candidate at the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, School of Engineering, University of Western Macedonia, Greece. He holds an MSc in Psychology, specialisation in Developmental Psychology, University of Maastricht, Netherlands (2019). He also has a BA in Special Education, Educational and Social Policy Department, University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki, Greece, with GPA 9.24/10 (Hons), ranked 2nd among 141 graduates of the academic year 2017-2018. He is currently working as a special educator at the Ministry of Education, Lifelong Learning and Religious Affairs, KEDASY, Grevena. He is also an adjunct lecturer at School of Health Sciences of the University of Western Macedonia. He worked as a research associate at the European funded research project “Next Generation Smart Interconnected IoT -TERMINET - H2020” (2021-2022). He worked as a Special Educator with people on the Autism Spectrum for a year (2020-2021), as well as during his internship, and volunteer work. In September 2021 he was awarded a fellowship for his PhD research by Bodossaki Foundation. In March 2022 he was awarded a short-term fellowship as an Honorary Research Assistant in the Division of Psychiatry of the University College London (UCL), funded by the British Embassy in Athens and in collaboration with the State Scholarships Foundation and the British Council. His research interests include Autism Spectrum Disorder, Machine Learning, Internet of Things, Eye-tracking, and Developmental Disorders.


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Eye-tracking to assess language and cognition in children with Rett Syndrome


Konstantinos Filippos Kollias summarises a 2021 study investigating formal and informal assessments used to assess language and cognition in children with Rett Syndrome.

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