Charis Styliadis is an electronic engineer and postdoctoral researcher at the Medical Physics Laboratory of the Medical School of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH). He completed his BEng in Electronic Engineering with Medical Electronics at the University of Kent, UK, his MSc in Telecommunications and Computer Network Engineering at South Bank University, UK, and his PhD in Medical Informatics at AUTH, Greece. He has ten years of experience in magnetoencephalography (MEG) and electroencephalography (EEG), and a solid background in neuroscience, neurophysiology, and biomedical engineering. He has received superb training in MEG technology at the laboratory for Human Brain Dynamics, RIKEN, BSI, in Japan. Throughout his doctoral training, he studied using MEG and EEG the emotional processing in cognitively healthy and pathological (mild cognitive impairment) aging as well as in the young population. He has been actively involved in the collection, preprocessing and analysis of neurophysiological data of cognitively healthy and cognitively declined populations across the entire lifespan. His research interests focus on emotional processing and emotional wellbeing, cognitive aging, developmental and degenerative disorders, and training-induced plasticity. He has a demonstrated record of accomplished and productive research projects in affective and cognitive neuroscience, funded by the European Union and the General Secretariat for Research & Technology, leading to 19 peer-reviewed articles in scientific journals, 2 book chapters and more than 30 contributions in international conferences with posters and oral presentations, while a figure of his work has been selected as the cover for a high impact scientific journal.