Kimon Drakopoulos is an Assistant Professor in the Data Sciences and Operations department at USC
Marshall School of Business. His research focuses on the operations of complex networked systems,
social networks, stochastic modeling, game theory and information economics.
Kimon, prior to joining USC, completed his PhD at the Laboratory for Information and Decision systems at MIT focusing on the analysis and control of contagion processes on networks.
Drakopoulos, Kimon.,Ozdaglar, Asuman.,Tsitsiklis, John.
() "A lower bound on the performance of dynamic curing policies for epidemics on graphs", 2015 54th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC), 3560–3567.
Kim, Louis.,Abramson, Mark.,Drakopoulos, Kimon.,Kolitz, Stephan.,Ozdaglar, Asu.
() "Estimating social network structure and propagation dynamics for an infectious disease", International Conference on Social Computing, Behavioral-Cultural Modeling, and Prediction, 85–93.
Maragos, Petros.,Drakopoulos, Kimon.
() "Segmentation and Skeletonization on Arbitrary Graphs Using Multiscale Morphology and Active Contours", Innovations for Shape Analysis, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 53–75.
Drakopoulos, Kimon.,Maragos, Petros.
() "Active contours on graphs: multiscale morphology and graphcuts", IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Signal Processing, 6, 780–794.