Stelios Tsilioukas obtained his BSc in Physics in 2004 from the University of Athens and his MSc in 2006 from the National Technical University of Athens where he worked as a researcher. Since 2008 he is working as a professor of physics in the public secondary education. Nowadays he is teaching Physics in Evaggeliki Model High School, where he is coordinating the theoretical physics group for students. Starting February of 2021, he is doctoral student at the University of Thessaly under the supervision of Senior Researcher at IAASARS/NOA Emmanuel Saridakis and he is working towards his PhD degree in the National Observatory of Athens.
His main research interests focus on relativity, cosmology, theories of gravity, dark energy and dark matter.