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Eleni Katirtzoglou has been teaching at LSE since 2006 and has a Ph.D. in Functional Analysis (Musielak-Orlicz sequence spaces) from the university of Memphis and a M.Sc. in European Political Economy for LSE. During the years 1996-2000 she was a research fellow in the Basic Research Institute in the Mathematical Sciences (BRIMS) at Hewlett-Packard Labs, Bristol and in the Department of Control Optimisation and Stochastics at Delft University of Technology. She has developed the Round Table model for teaching and learning mathematics and specializes in teaching abstract mathematics to economists. In 2016 Eleni received the LSESU Award for Innovative Teaching and an LSE Excellence in Education Award. To keep up with the times, she is currently pursuing a M.Sc. in Big Data Science and is interested in Learning Analytics and Risk Analysis based on Bayesian Networks.
Eleni is leading class seminars for ST107 and is a Course Tutor at the Department of Mathematics since 2014. She has lectured courses such as Real Analysis (MA203), Differential Equations (MA209) and Probability for Finance (MA313). Eleni is the course director of ME406 Real Analysis at LSE, Methods Summer Programme since 2013.
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