- Dionysios Kavvathas has studied Philosophy at the Free University of Berlin.
- He is Assistant Professor of Media Philosophy and Aesthetics at the Panteion University of Athens and teaches media theory in the MA Program in Digital Arts at the Athens School of Fine Arts.
- He is a member of the editorial board of the Greek journal for psychoanalysis, philosophy and the arts, αληthεια.
- He is also the editor of the Greek translations of Friedrich Kittler’s Gramophone, Film, Typewriter (Athens: nisos, 2005) and Discourse Networks (Athens: Smili, forthcoming).
- He is a specialist in Nietzschean philosophy and has written widely on the aesthetic function of media and their historical transcription through digital technologies. As editor of the series Media Philosophy and Aesthetics for Smili Publications, he has edited works by Vilém Flusser, Norbert Bolz, Dirk Baecker, and Michel Serres.
- He is currently writing a book on models of memory from Plato to Turing.