Evangelos held London's first ever lectureship in music technology education and is now Reader in Technology, Education, and Music at UCL. He is Fellow of the RSA and Chartered Fellow (FBCS CITP) with the British Computer Society.
As a musician,technologist and educator, Evangelos has had an ongoing career in research in Psychoacoustics, Music-Perception, Music-Cognition, IT, Human-Computer Interaction, SEND, the Singing Voice and Singing Development. Publications currently number over 150, in high-profile international journals, such as Frontiers of Psychology and Cognitive Science, Psychology of Music, IJME, RSME,Journal of Voice, Logopedics Phoniatrics Vocology.
Evangelos has worked on numerous funded research projects for leading UK Research Councils such as AHRC, ESRC, EPSRC, grant-making organisations such as The Paul Hamlyn Foundation, RNIB, the Amber Trust and the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, Government agencies/departments and the EU. As a sound engineer and researcher, Evangelos has recorded in numerous venues (eg. York Minster, St.Paul's, RCM), with artists such as Derek Lee Ragin (Farinelli), Vanessa Mae (SONY BMG) and Jarvis Cocker (Pulp) and for numerous media productions (BBC, Ch5, Discovery Ch, RTL,CBS). Evangelos is Associate editor for Frontiers in Psychology, Associate editor for the Journal of Music, Technology and Education (published by Intellect), associate editor for the Journal Logopedics Phoniatrics Vocology(published by Informa Healthcare), reviews editor for Psychology of Music(published by SAGE), Editor of the Society for Education and Music Psychology Research (SEMPRE) Conference Series, and section editor for 'technology' for the recently published by OUP "Oxford Handbook of Music Education".
Evangelos has recently co-edited two key volumes in Technology, Music and Education, published by Routledge. Evangelos has developed Sounds of Intent (soundsofintent.org)which is an online resource that supports the development of children and young people with complex needs through and with music. When time permits, Evangelos likes to record music, play guitar, and handcraft musical instruments in order to raise funds for his charitable work.