Monthly Archives - July 2023

July 2023

ENGINEER @ the online “Webinar on the seismic response of underground structures”, part of the Underground4value – COST Action CA18110

The ENGINEER project was earlier today presented at the online “Webinar on the seismic response of underground structures” by Ass. Prof. Nicholas Kyriakides. The event was organized by the Underground4value programme (COST Action, CA18110). An overall presentation of the CA18110 Underground4value project was presented by Giuseppe Pace, Chair of CA18110. Invited talks were also given by the National Laboratory for Civil Engineering (LNEC), Portugal, the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH), Greece and the Instituto Superior Técnico (IST), Portugal.
Data Science and Applications

ENGINEER @ Workshop on “Data Science and Applications” of the European University of Technology – EUt+

Within the frame of the next EUt+ week, the workshop on "Data Science and Applications" is organized. This workshop is a good opportunity to foster further the collaboration within the EUt+ Data Science Lab. Argyro Argyrou presented the overall methodology and approach of her work under the work entitled “A new role of low-altitude sensors for supporting archaeological research”.
13th International Symposium on Digital Earth Earth intelligence

ENGINEER @ 13th International Symposium on Digital Earth Earth intelligence to understand and protect our Living Planet

A joint work from the CUT team (Athos Agapiou, Vasiliki Lysandrou, Phaedon Kyriakidis, Stelios Hadjipetrou, Nicholas Kyrakides and Renos Votsis) was earlier today presented at the 13th International Symposium on Digital Earth Earth intelligence to understand and protect our Living Planet. The work was entitled as “European Ground Motion Service for built heritage: a case study from Cyprus”.
Eu Commission

Evaluation Study on Excellent Science in the European Framework Programmes for Research and Innovation

ENGINEER project was part of the “Evaluation Study on Excellent Science in the European Framework Programmes for Research and Innovation". The study commissioned by Directorate-General for Research and Innovation (DG RTD) seeks to assess the relevance, effectiveness, coherence, efficiency and EU value-added of the Horizon Europe programmes. The findings from this study will feed into the interim evaluation of Horizon Europe (due by the end of 2024). This assignment is conducted by PPMI in cooperation with Idea Consult and UNU-MERIT...