Institute full name:

The Cyprus Institute

Institute acronym:

CyI

Institute profile:

The Cyprus Institute (CyI) is a European non-profit science and technology institution based in Cyprus and led by an acclaimed Board of Trustees. The research aims of the Cyprus Institute are represented by three research centers: the Energy Environment Water Research Center (EEWRC), the Science and Technology in Archaeology Research Center (STARC), and the Computation-based Science and Technology Research Center (CASTORC).

The EEWRC aims to explore issues of global significance in the fields of energy-, environmental- and water research, with a focus on their specific regional, East-Mediterranean manifestations. Its research agenda addresses the great challenges related to: the mitigation and adaptation strategies necessitated by climate change, a reduced dependence on hydrocarbon energy sources and achieving a low carbon economy through the employment of renewables (solar) and enabling a sustainable management of water and other natural resources in arid and semi-arid environments.

Institute website

www.cyi.ac.cy

Address

CyI Athalassa Campus

20 Constantinou Kavafi Street

2121 Aglantzia, Nicosia, Cyprus

Tel: +357-22208600, Fax: +357 22 208625

P.O. Box 27456

1645 Nicosia

Cyprus

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Involved Personnel

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Dr. Adriana Bruggeman

Tel: +357 22 208620

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Research scientist with experience in integrated natural resource management; hydrological
monitoring and modeling; water, wind and tillage erosion; climate change adaptation and stakeholder processes

 

Dr. Corrado Camera

Tel: +357 22 208691

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Post-Doctoral scientist, geologist with experience in hydrologic modeling and field research,
digital soil mapping, slope stability analysis, climate change downscaling.

 

Hakan Djuma

Tel: +357 22 208686

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PhD student / research assistant with experience in sustainable water management, fate of pollutants in soil and sediment; and environmentally-friendly land
management practices to reduce soil erosion

 

Marinos Eliades

Tel: +357 22 208686

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PhD student / research assistant, geologist working on experimental research and modeling of hydrologic processes.

 

Prof. Manfred Lange

 

Tel: +357 22 208621

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Director, geophysist with interest in climate change impact assessments, mitigation and adaptation strategies, with a particular focus on natural
resources and ecosystem services.