Dimitris studied Electrical Engineering (BEng) at the National Technical University of Athens (Metsovio) and Biomedical Engineering (MSc) at the University of Aberdeen. His conversion into an experimental psychologist/neuroscientist began at the University of Birmingham, where he completed a PhD in Psychology, investigating action planning processes primarily by means of EEG. His previous 5-year collaboration with Günther and Natalie started at the University of Birmingham in 2007 and continued as a post-doc at Radboud University Nijmegen. After a 3-year period at Ghent University where he investigated hand preference and object affordances, Dimitris rejoined the SOMBY group at the CEU in August 2015. His research interests include joint action planning, the effects of joint action in action perception and the evaluation of jointly committed errors.