Katerina Argyri is a researcher at the Institute of Communication and Computer Systems (ICCS), National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) and a PhD candidate at NTUA, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering. She holds a diploma degree in applied mathematical and physical sciences (2007) NTUA and a MSc degree in computational mathematics (2010) in the context of the inter - departmental postgraduate program of the faculties Applied Mathematical and Physical Sciences, Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering of NTUA. She has been involved in the design and development of in silico models for personalized oncology and their integration into clinical decision support systems within the framework of EC-funded projects p-medicine and CHIC. She has also participated in the design and development of model and in silico prediction repositories within the framework of EC-funded project BOUNCE. She has published a number of articles in international peer-reviewed journals, books and conference proceedings. Previous working experience includes three - year scientific cooperation with NCSR Demokritos, Institute of Informatics and Communications, Net Media Lab. Her main research interests include in silico oncology, in silico medicine and mathematical modeling of complex systems in natural sciences.