Christos Goussios was born in Thessaloniki, Greece in 1973. He graduated from the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, AUTh and received his PhD on Acoustics from the School of Architecture, AUTh. He is Associate Professor in the School of Film, where he teaches courses in the field of Film Sound and Music.
He has presented 22 papers in international and national Conferences. He has written two chapters in collected volumes and participated in seminars and workshops around Europe.
In 2015 he received a research grant from John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation for his research on the interactions of sound with the image.
Many of his students have been nominated or won awards for their work on sound for films and documentaries.
Goussios works as a free lance sound designer and has cooperated with many Greek directors for films, theatrical plays, documentaries, and other audiovisual narratives. He has composed and performed music for film and theatre by himself, with Theodore Papadimitriou and with his musical ensemble, the Prefabricated Quartet. He has also composed and performed music for silent films.
He is a member of the Hellenic Film Academy and the Hellenic Institute of Acoustics.
In 2019 he won the Iris Award for Best Sound (Hellenic Film Academy Awards) together with K. Varimpobiotis and D. Athanasopoulos for their work on the film 1968, directed by Tasos Boulmetis.