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Our Latest Projects

Innovation Vocational Excellence in Tech

INVESTech promotes skills development, green transition, and social inclusion via collaborative efforts among diverse stakeholders.

East Med Cross-border Marine Environmental Risk Assessment through E-Platform Integrated Data Management

Coastal cities are ever expanding hubs for transport and trade and global shipping is increasing the connectivity of coastal cities. The marine and coastal infrastructure are a source of pollution of the marine environment, due to contamination caused by oil discharges, synthetic compounds, the introduction of non-native species through ballast water, use of agriculture fertilizers, fouling, light and noise. Further, recent marine pollution events (e.g., Israeli coast polluted by Tar from an unknown marine source in February 2021, the coastal accident in Banias in Lebanon caused by a continuous spillage from a refinery plant) have spread their effects beyond the countries boundaries, indicating that marine pollution hazards and incidents can have cross-border effects. However, the cross-border collaboration on performing risk assessments to jointly identify marine pollution risks with potential cross-border environmental effects and developing tools to share data and information in order to effectively communicate these risks at crossborder levels, remains fragmented. To address such gaps, this EMMERA project brings together partners from the area of Eastern Mediterranean to share knowledge and expertise and develop both a methodology that can support and develop cross-border risk assessments and an E-platform to cooperatively share information, process and analyse data on marine environmental incidents, and provide warnings for detecting marine pollution events. This presents a novel proposal for the Eastern Mediterranean region to establish joint action plans for identifying, assessing, and communicating marine pollution hazards. Make this at least 120 characters

A whole-plant phenotyping platform to improve plant productivity, agricultural sustainability, and resilience to climate change

PHENOTYPOS aims to establish an advanced plant phenotyping center in Cyprus, enhancing agricultural research, sustainability, and productivity.

Projects - Sustainable Development Goals


NaviMe: Indoor Navigation of people with vision impairments with Smartphone and Estimote Beacons.

HIT (Hate Interrupter Teams)

Hate Interrupter Teams: Youth counteracting hate speech towards migrants and minorities through participatory and creative campaigning. (#HITproject).

Geo-In Cycling Route

Geo-In Cycling Route


Meet Our Team

Andreas Konstantinidis Director

Mobile Computing and Systems, Computational Intelligence, Multi-Objective Optimization

Achilleas Achilleos Lecturer

Pervasive Computing, Service Oriented Computing, Web 2.0 Technologies, Cloud Computing, Model Driven Engineering.

Christos Markides Lecturer

Information Engineering, Data Management, Big Data, Data Engineering

Our Latest Achievements


Third Place - Category: Students Entrepreneurship


Winner - Youth Award 2016 (Category: Innovation)

Winner - Youth Award 2016 (Category: Innovation)


Best Migrated from Windows Phone

Best app migrated from Windows Phone (Cyprus - Greece radio)


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