Anestis Koutsoudis received his BSc (Hons) Computer Studies (Visualisation) from the University of Derby and his MSc in Multimedia Technology from the Computer Science Department of the University of Bath. In 2010, he received his PhD from the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of Democritus University of Thrace. Since his undergraduate studies, he has been working in the area of software engineering and computer graphics. He was the head of the IT department of the regional TV channel Channel 6 – Radio Television SA. Since 2006, he is working in the Athena Research and Innovation Centre where he currently holds a principal researcher position. He is also the head of the Clepsydra digitisation lab. The last two decades, he has participated in many research and development projects with emphasis on real time 3D graphics programming, multimedia, 3D digitisation, 3D digitisation, information retrieval and IT applications in the cultural heritage and education domains. His published works have more than 1500 citations. He is a reviewer in international journals and conferences. He participates in conference scientific committees. He was a member of the teaching staff of the postgraduate course “Applied Archaeological Sciences” of the University of the Aegean, while he has been a member of dissertation and PhD committees. He also supervises the working placements of visiting students. He is a senior member of the IEEE Computer Society and a member of the Hellenic Informatics Union, a founding member of the Athena RC Researchers association and a member of the GSRT evaluators register.