Dionysis is a PhD candidate in the Department of Food Science at the University of Aarhus and a visiting researcher at the facilities of the MAX IV Laboratory circular particle accelerator in Lund, Sweden, funded by the Villum Foundation.

He graduated from the Department of Chemistry at the  University of Athens and pursued his postgraduate studies in Industrial Chemistry in collaboration with the Institute of Chemical Biology of the National Hellenic Research Foundation. He is an active member of the Institute of Physics in London, the Hellenic Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Society, and the Hellenic Crystallographic Society.

He collaborates with the Research and Development Center of Arla Foods, focusing his research activities on developing innovative processes and methods for characterizing food products, aiming to optimize and develop innovative and sustainable food solutions. In the field of science communication, he has actively contributed by participating in events such as the Athens Science Festival, Researchers Night Greece, Mind The Lab, Pint Of Science Greece, Mediterranean Researchers’ Night, and the Kastellorizo Puzzle Festival.

He believes that meaningful communication between science and society is essential for democratizing knowledge, building trust, revitalizing citizens' curiosity and their need for knowledge, as well as promoting innovation. He believes that these elements, along with the development of critical thinking, are necessary for shaping a brighter and more hopeful future!