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Konstantinos Fytilis

  • BSc in Faculty of Agriculture, Forestry and Natural Environment, School of Agriculture, AUTH (2011),
  • MSc in Ecological quality and Water Management at the river basin, school of Biology, AUTH (2014),
  • PhD student in Faculty of Agriculture, Forestry and Natural Environment, School of Agriculture, AUTH (2016-now)
  • OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Emmanouil Sperelakis

> BSc (Hons) in Biology, University of Dundee (2010)

> MSc Aquatic Ecosystem Management, Edinburgh Napier University (2011)

Dafni Tragaki

  • BSc. in Environmental Science with Development Studies, The Univesity of Sussex (2000-2003)
  • MSc. in Resource Management, The University of Edinburgh (2004-2005)

Hellenic Integrated Marine and Inland Water Observing, Forecasting and Offshore Technology System – HIMIOFoTS

The Hellenic Integrated Marine Inland water Observing, Forecasting and offshore Technology System  (HIMIOFoTS) includes integrated approaches in Marine observation and forecasting systems, coastal monitoring and an innovative Hydro-Environmental Monitoring and information Network. The infrastructure incorporates the following interrelated components: (a) The Hellenic Integrated Marine Observing and Forecasting System (HIMOFS) and (b) The Open Hydrosystem Information Network (OpenHi.net). IMBRIW participates in the OpenHi.net component which is an integrated information infrastructure for […]

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RePHIL (Hellenic Research Fleet – Reconstruction of the Research Vessel PHILIA)

Starting/ending date: 01/01/2018 – 31/12/2020
Total financing:   3.133.006,38 €
National project: Operational Program (OP) “Competitiveness Entrepreneurship and Innovation” (NSRF) for the period 2014-2020 from the Regional Departments of Crete, Attiki and South Aegean, co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
Dr Athanassios Machias, Institute of Marine Biological Resources

The Research Vessel (R / V) PHILIA has a length of 26 meters and was constructed in 1986. Its reconstruction and modernization are of high priority as to expand its business activities and to […]

PORTODIMARE (geoPortal of Tools & Data for sustainable Management of coAstal and maRine Environment)

Starting/ending date: 01.02.2018 – 31.01.2020
Total financing: 1.581.219,65 € (ERDF contribution and Public contribution   1.344.036,70 €)
European project (ADRION INTERREG)
Dr Vassiliki Vassilopoulou, Institute of Marine Biological Resources

PORTODIMARE aims to create a common platform (Geoportal) for data and information related to coastal and marine areas of the Adriatic-Ionian Region, by […]

Andreas Masouras

  • BSc in Marine Sciences, School of the Environment, University of Aegean 2004-2010
  • MSc in Ecology, Management and Conservation of Natural Environment, Department of Biology, University of Patras (2011-2014)
  • PhD candidate, Department of Marine Sciences, University of Aegean (2019 – Today)

“THALATTA” documetary, ET3

“ΘΑΛΑΤΤΑ”
Σκηνοθεσία: Τριανταφυλλιά Δημοπούλου

Α’ ΤΗΛΕΟΠΤΙΚΗ ΠΡΟΒΟΛΗ 2019: ΕΡΤ3, ΤΡΙΤΗ 22.01.2019 , 20:00 μμ  […]

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Georgia Papantoniou

  • BSc in Environmental and Natural Resources Management, University of Ioannina, Greece, “A comparative study of lakes in Estonia based on their zooplankton communities” (2005),
  • MSc in Department of Geography, University College London, London, United Kingdom, “Population and trophic ecology of the Bullhead (Cottus gobio) in a chalk stream ecosystem” (2006)
  • PhD in in Marine Ecology, Division of Biology, University of Athens, Greece, “Zooplankton in Kalloni Gulf and its role in the […]

DECAGON

Starting/ending date: 05/09/2018 – 30/9/2020
Total Financing:  4.590 € (Zoological Society of London/ AG Leventis Foundation)
European Project
Dr Eleni Kalogianni, Inland Waters

Development, reproduction and ethology of the Greek killifish Valencia sp.

Project DECAGON aims at breeding the critically endangered freshwater species Valencia letourneuxi and Valencia robertae at close-circuit conditions for stock maintenance and research purposes, such the study of their reproduction, ecomorphology,  and interactions with alien species.