Nikiforos Paraskevopoulos received his integrated bachelor and master’s diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Democritus University of Thrace in 2018. During his study, he participated in several extracurricular activities, engineering competitions, and responsibilities to improve the academic environment and awareness of new students. In the summer of 2015, he was an engineering intern at a non-profit organization to develop a low-cost device for quadriplegic people to independently interact with household devices and computers. In 2019, he joined Delft Circuits as an intern to reduce the reflection (S11) of Cri/oFlex2 cable and increase overall performance. The same year, he started his PhD in Almudever’s group (now Feld’s group) to simulate and research scalable spin-qubit architectures, specifically from a multi-stack standpoint of a QC.
During his free time, he enjoys movies, (metal) concerts, mountain biking, hiking, playing classical guitar, tennis and going out with friends.