is an Assistant Professor of Geotechnical Engineering at Manhattan College in New York and a Research Affiliate at MIT, in the department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. She holds Bachelor and Master degrees from the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) and Master and PhD degrees from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Her research deals primarily with data analysis, and mathematical and numerical modeling for predicting the soil and structure response to tunneling and deep excavations. During her PhD, she collaborated closely with the Crossrail construction consortium (BAM-Ferrovial-Kier) and she performed part of her research on the construction site in England. She has also worked as a summer intern, at Attiko Metro S.A., during the construction of the Athens red-line subway extension from Agios Dimitrios to Elliniko. Dr. Ieronymaki is a licensed professional engineer and member of the Technical Chamber of Greece, since 2007 an Associate Member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), since 2009 and Future Leader of the American Rock Mechanics Association (ARMA).