Portfolio



Education


2016-2018
MSc (Distinction) Innovation Design Engineering, Imperial College London
MA Innovation Design Engineering, Royal College of Art, London

2017 
Summer School in Speculative and Critical Design, London College of Communication, University of the Arts, London

2008-2013
BSc in Finance, Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece


Professional Experience


2021- Today
Head of Founder Community, Deep Science Ventures (UK)
2021
Strategic Designer, Centre for Collective Intelligence Design, Nesta (UK)

2021- Today
Assessor, Innovate UK

2019-2021
Project Development Manager, Alan Turing Institute (UK)

2020-2021
Innovation Researcher, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (CH)

2018- Today

Digital & design consultant. Clients: the National Lottery Community Fund (UK) and Dovetail Labs (US)
2018
Research Intern, Human Experience and Design Group, Microsoft Research (UK)
2017
Researcher & Designer, Morphological Computation Lab, Imperial College (UK)
2017
Teaching Assistant at the Product Management Course, General Assembly (UK)
2014-2017
Founder and Director, Filisia Interfaces Ltd, (UK)
2013
Financial Officer in Healthcare Economics, Euromedica SA, (GR)


Publications & Articles


2022
Berditchevskaia, A., Maliaraki, E. and Stathoulopoulos, K., 2022. A descriptive analysis of collective intelligence publications since 2000, and the emerging influence of artificial intelligence. Collective Intelligence, 1(1), p.26339137221107924.

2021
Berditchevskaia, A., Peach, K., and Malliaraki, E. (2021). Participatory AI for humanitarian innovation: a briefing paper. London: Nesta.

2020
“Spatial Finance: Challenges and Opportunities in a Changing World”, EFI Insight-Finance by the World Bank and WWF, Washington DC, 2020.

2020
AI and Climate Change: The Promise, the Perils and Pillars for Action, 𝘉𝘳𝘢𝘯𝘤𝘩 magazine supported by EIT Climate KIC, Mozilla Foundation, Climate Action Tech, and the Green Web Foundation, 2020

2020
Analysis of COVID-19 Conspiracy Tribes Across Instagram, TikTok, Telegram and YouTube, Digital Methods Summer school, the University of Amsterdam, June 2020

2018
Malliaraki, E., 2018, March. Social interaction with drones using human emotion recognition. In Companion of the 2018 ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (pp. 187-188).

2018
Vassos, S., Malliaraki, E., dal Falco, F., Di Maggio, J., Massimetti, M., Noceni, M.G. and Testa, A., 2016, November. Art-bots: Toward chat-based conversational experiences in museums. In International Conference on Interactive Digital Storytelling (pp. 433-437). Springer, Cham.


Exhibitions

2018
Dutch Design Week, Eindhoven, NL
Venice Biennale for Architecture, IT
Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam, NL
Dubai Design Week, Global Grad Show, Dubai
London Design Festival, Victoria & Albert Museum
2017
Re:publica Festival, Thessaloniki, GR
London Mini Maker Faire, London
2016
SXSW Interactive, Austin, TX


Fellowships


2023


2021-22
2013-14
Clinton Global Initiative University Fellow



Talks

2021
“The future of collective and machine intelligence in science“, OECD workshop on AI and the productivity of science, 29 Oct-5 Nov 2021

2019
Minding the Gap: Between Fairness and Ethics” workshop, Neurips 2019, Vancouver
“Greening Cities Symposium”, hosted by BIOVEINS, 2019, Paris France

Awards

2017
Best ICT for Special Education, BETT Awards, London
2016
Best Health and Social Care Technology by IoTUK Boost & Digital Catapult
Emerge Education Accelerator Alumna,
Tech For Good Award Finalists by BT and AbilityNet
2014
Winners of the Social Innovation Tournament by the European Investment Bank
Social Impact Award Winners by the Impact Hub Innovation in Access to Healthcare award by Ashoka Changemakers
Sirius Programme Alumna by UK Trade and Investment


Press

Augmented 

Social Drones
Fast CoDesign, Prosthetic Knowledge, Wired, Deutsche Welle, Engadget, Gizmodo, PSFK, Best Video at the Human-Robot Interaction Conference 2018, IEEE Spectrum




About

I’m a London based strategic designer, and researcher. I’m interested in the boundary-muddlings of information, computation, minds and nature. My email is always open to ethersamplers, epistemic humorists, and ungoogleable souls.