Leo Irakliotis

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Leo Irakliotis is a computer engineer. His early work was on optical information processing. With Leo Kadanoff he founded the Center for Presentation of Science[1] at the University of Chicago, where he taught computer science from 1997 until 2009. Irakliotis earned a master's degree in theoretical physics from Miami University (Ohio) and a Ph.D. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Colorado State University. In 2005, Irakliotis worked with Jeff Raskin to design a new curriculum on humane interfaces and computer enterprises. The project was never completed due to Raskin's death in the same year.