ABOUT THE EVENT
Atoms to Algos is the mindset that will allow people to build the next generation of transformative technology. In the AI-era and beyond, what can be achieved will depend on the ability to optimize systems from the level of the atom all the way up to the user experience. This requires an unprecedented level of collaboration across the ecosystem.
On June 17, Applied Materials presented Atoms to Algos: The Future of AI, in collaboration with Microsoft. The kick-off of the Atoms to Algos speaker series brought together thought leaders to discuss disruptive innovations that will change industries.
Atoms to Algos was hosted by Think Silicon, an Applied Materials company based in Greece. Think Silicon is a leading ultra-low power GPU IP provider for embedded systems.
The date of the next event will be announced soon!
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Minister of State to the Hellenic Republic
- Professor of Constitutional Law, Faculty of Law, University of Athens (faculty member as of 2003)
- Director of the Department of Public Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Athens (2016-2019)
- Member of the Rectorship at the Faculty of Law of the University of Athens (2016-2019)
- Visiting Professor, Faculty of Law, London School of Economics (2018-2019)
- Visiting Fellow at the Institute of European and Comparative Law, University of Oxford (2015-16) Visiting Scholar at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London (2015-16)
- Visiting Fellow at the Institute of Global Law and Policy (Harvard Law School) (2012)
- German Marshal Memorial Fund Fellow (2003)
- Fellow at the French Conseil d’Etat (Supreme Administrative Court of the country) (1995)
- Chevening Scholar of the British Council for postgraduate research in the United Kingdom (1995)
- Scholar of the Hellenic Scholarship Foundation for postgraduate research in the United Kingdom, France, and Belgium (1992-1994)
Attorney-at-Law, Partner at Athanassiou-Gerapetritis and Associates Law Firm (www.ag-law.gr), pleading before the Hellenic Council of State, the Court of Justice of the European Union, and the European Court on Human Rights Minister of State (July 2019-now)
- 1985 – 1989 LL.B. Faculty of Law, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
- 1991 – 1992 LL.M. in Constitutional and Administrative Law. Faculty of Law, University of Edinburgh
- 1992 – 1995 D.Phil in Public and European Union Law. Faculty of Law, University of Oxford
- Greek (native)
- English (fluent)
- French (fluent)
- Italian (good)
- German (basic)
Date of birth: 26 June 1967, Karpathos, Greece
Corporate Vice President & General Manager
Kostas Mallios is Corporate Vice President for Applied AI at Applied Materials, Inc. He is responsible for accelerating the implementation of Applied’s strategy to pursue new opportunities in the $10T AI market inflection.
Kostas brings broad business and technical knowledge spanning a number of technology sectors. He spent much of his career at Microsoft, as General Manager. In Microsoft’s Product and M&A groups, he led product development, growth strategies including deal execution and integration for multibillion dollar acquisitions. Kostas also served as Vice President of R&D at Intellectual Ventures, a $9B invention capital fund. In the last ten years he has led several companies to record breaking exits and served on multiple company Boards leading growth and transformation.
Kostas co-founded PJ Tech Catalyst VC fund with Piraeus Bank and the EIF and has independently led several private equity deals in the US, Europe and Greece.
Kostas has an MBA in Management and Technology from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and a BS in Marketing Management from Siena College.
Vice President & General Manager, Microsoft Azure Edge AI Devices, Platforms & Services Microsoft
In his role as Vice President, General Manager – Azure Edge AI and IoT Devices, Platforms and Services, Moe Tanabian leads a multidisciplinary organization that includes engineering, product management, program management, design and ecosystem. The team has a clear mandate to create new markets, products & technologies in IoT/Edge AI through integration of platforms from silicon to service.
Prior to joining Microsoft, he worked for Samsung as Corporate Vice President and CDO of Smart Devices and IoT Platforms where he led and developed several new product categories of AI and IoT-based products that integrated HW, SW and various forms of AI, including smart speakers, robots, ambient intelligent spaces, smart appliances, and more. Before Samsung, Moe worked for AWS and Amazon and built several IaaS, and PaaS cloud services, and devices including Amazon Fire Tablet, Amazon Fire Phone, and Amazon Fire TV.
Moe started tinkering with Digital and Analog Electronics and wrote his first line of code when he was a young teenager. After finishing engineering in college, he worked as a software engineer for over a decade. Later in his career he developed a great sense of respect for and interest in product and design disciplines, and how magical products are an intersection of leading-edge engineering, great design and fluid business model.
He holds a MSc from Carleton University in Canada in Computer & Information Science, a MBA from Queen’s School of business in Canada and studied with Clay Christensen at Harvard Business School on Disruptive Innovation. He also studied design at Stanford school. Moe is a Senior member of the IEEE.
Corporate Vice President, Microsoft
Ulrich Homann is a Distinguished Architect in the Cloud and Enterprise business at Microsoft. As part of the senior engineering leadership team, he’s responsible for the customer-led innovation efforts across the cloud and enterprise platform portfolio. Previously Homann was the Chief Architect for Microsoft worldwide enterprise services, having formerly played a key role in the business’ newly-formed Platforms, Technology and Strategy Group.
Prior to joining Microsoft in 1991, he worked for several small consulting companies, where he designed and developed distributed systems and has spent most of his career using well-defined applications and architectures to simplify and streamline the development of business applications. Homann holds a bachelor of computer science from the University of Cologne, Germany.