SaRoCy: Delineating Probable Sea Routes between Cyprus and its Surrounding Coastal Areas at the Start of the Holocene: A Simulation Approach. PI: Kyriakidis. Funding Source: Cyprus Research Promotion Foundation, Excellence Hubs Program. Amount: €150,000. Duration: 2019-2020.

MEDSAL: Salinization of critical groundwater reserves in coastal Mediterranean areas: Identication, risk assessment and sustainable management with the use of integrated modelling and smart ICT tools. PI: Tziritis, Soil and Water Resources Institute, Hellenic Agricultural Organization Demeter; CUT PI: Kyriakidis. Funding Source: H2020 PRIMA (Partnership for Research and Innovation in the Mediterranean Area) program, through the Cyprus Research Promotion Foundation. Amount: €1.39M; Amount for CUT: €80,000.

 

GEOWINDSAT: Geostatistical Downscaling of wind field predictions using high resolution satellite data. PI: Kyriakidis. Funding Source: Cyprus Research Promotion Foundation, International Collaborations — Dual Targeting Program. Amount: €80,000. Duration: 2019-2020.

ΘΑΛ ΧΩΡ 2: Trans-border Collaboration for the application of Marine Spatial Planning. PI: Cyprus Deputy Ministry of Shipping. CUT PI: Hadjimitsis. Funding Source: Interreg V-A Greece-Cyprus, Territorial Co-operation. Amount: €2,757,000. Duration:

 

Digitization Pilots for the Cultural Heritage of the Churches of Crete and Cyprus. PI: Holly Archdiocese of Limassol. CUT PI: Hadjimitsis. Funding Source: Interreg V-A Greece-Cyprus, Territorial Co-operation. Amount: €930,000. Duration: 2018-2021.

iMareCulture: Advanced VR, iMmersive serious games and Augmented REality as tools to raise awareness and access to European underwater CULTURal heritagE. PI: Skarlatos. Funding source: Call H2020 CULT-COOP-08-2016: Virtual museums and social platform on European digital heritage, memory, identity and cultural interaction. Amount: €2,7M. Duration: 2016-2019.

 

 

Past projects:

Project MedSTACH: Eastern Mediterranean Science and Technology Centre of Excellence for Archaeology and Cultural Heritage aimed to establish Cyprus as an excellence hub in archaeology and cultural heritage in the Eastern Mediterranean region, capitalising on multidisciplinary research and technological innovation. To this end, key Cypriot public academic institutions and national policy makers and stakeholders teamed up with leading international research and academic institutions towards creating that Centre of Excellence. PI: KyriakidisFunding source: H2020-WIDESPREAD-2016-2017, Teaming Phase 1. Amount: €0.4M. Duration: 2017-2018.

Clima: Cultural Landscape risk Identication, Management and Assessment. Lead Partner: Universita degli studi della Tuscia. CUT PI: Hadjimitsis. Funding source: Joint Programming Initiative (JPI) on Cultural Heritage. Amount: €614; 444. Duration: 2015-2018.

Prothego: PROTection of European Cultural Heritage from GeO-hazards. Lead Partner: Instituto Superiore per la Protezione e la Ricerca Ambientale, Geological Survey of Italy. CUT PI: Hadjimitsis. Funding source: Joint Programming Initiative (JPI) on Cultural Heritage. Amount: €598; 680. Duration: 2015-2018.

Demonstrating an Effective Marine Biodiversity Observation Network in the Santa Barbara Channel. PI: Miller, Co-PIs: Carlson, Lafferty, Rassweiler, Reed, Kyriakidis, Siegel, Iglesias-Rodriguez, Manjunath, Love, Thompson, Hildebrand, McCauley. Funding sources: NASA, NOAA. Funded as part of the US National Oceanographic Partnership Program federal funding opportunity “FY2014 Demonstration of a U.S. Marine Biodiversity Observation Network (Marine BON)”, with an overall budget of approximately $6M over 5 years. Duration: 2014-2019.

Collaborative Research: Thermal Controls on Ecosystem Metabolism and Function: Scaling from Leaves to Canopies to Regions. PI: Roberts, Co-I: Kyriakidis. Funding source: US National Science Foundation (NSF). Amount: $255000. This project is part of a larger collaborative project involving Oregon State, Harvard, UPenn, UC Irvine, and UC Santa Barbara, led by Prof. Still at Oregon State, and funded by NSF’s MacroSystems Biology program with an overall budget of approximately $1008000 over 2 years. Duration: 2013-2015.

Advances in Geostatistics for Environmental Characterization and Natural Resources Management. PI: Kyriakidis. Funding source: Greek General Secretariat for Research and Technology. Amount: €250000. Duration: 2012-2015.

A Geostatistical Framework for Geospatial Data Analysis and Modeling Across Multiple Spatial and Temporal Scales. PI: Goodchild, Co-PI: Kyriakidis. Funding source: US National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA). Amount: $450000.Duration: 2007-2011.

Modeling Soil Moisture in California Across Multiple Scales. PI: Chadwick, Co-PIs: Roberts & Kyriakidis. Funding source: Kearney Foundation of Soil Science. Amount: $88951. Duration: 2008-2009.

Remote Assessment of Giant Kelp Dynamics – The Engineer of California’s Near-Shore Ecosystems. PI: Siegel, Co-I: Kyriakidis. Funding source: National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Amount: $859049. Duration: 2007-2009.

Intra-urban Industrial Location Under Institutional and Accessibility Constraints: An Empirical Approach. PI: Sweeney, Co-PI: Kyriakidis. Funding source: National Science Foundation (NSF). Amount: $100000.Duration: 2005-2006.

A Geostatistical Framework for Downscaling Spatial Data. PI: Kyriakidis. Funding source: US National Science Foundation (NSF). Amount: $125000.Duration: 2004-2006.

An Integrated, Dynamic and Predictive Model of Wildfire Risk in Southern California Using MODIS Imagery. PI: Kyriakidis, Co-PI: Schneider. Funding source: US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Amount: $48000. Duration: 2004-2006.

Strategic Enhancement of NGA’s Geographic Information Science Infrastructure. PI: Goodchild, Co-I: Kyriakidis. Funding source: US National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA). Amount: $693000. Duration: 2004-2007.

Instructional Improvement Grant: An Integrated Software Environment for Enhanced Geographic Education. PIs: Sweeney and Kyriakidis. Funding source: Academic Senate University of California Santa Barbara. Amount: $24000. Duration: 2004-2005.

A Systems Approach to the Visualization of Spatial Uncertainty. PI: Kyriakidis. Funding source: US National Science Foundation. Amount: $69951.Duration: 2003-2005.

Sub-County Population and Household Projections for SCAG Sub-Regions, Cities, and Unincorporated Areas to 2025. PI: Sweeney, Co-PI: Kyriakidis. Funding source: Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG). Amount: $74937.Duration: 2002-2003.