Funded Projects

In the following we present the current research projects, led by scientists of the institute, listed by funding source.

Title Scientist in Charge Duration IAASARS Budget (€)
D-TECT - Does dust TriboElectrification affect our ClimaTe?
V. Amiridis
2017-2022
1,968,000
PRE-EST - Preparatory Phase for the European Solar Telescope
G. Tsiropoula
2017-2020
18,000
NextGEOSS - Next Generation GEOSS for Innovation Business
H. Kontoes
2017-2020
420,000
Marine-EO - Bridging Innovative Downstream Earth Observation and Copernicus enabled Services for Integrated maritime environment, surveillance and security
H. Kontoes
2017-2020
123,375
Optical Infrared Coordination Network for Astronomy
V. Charmandaris
2017-2020
TBD
DUST-GLASS - Improving global dust prediction and monitoring through data assimilation of satellite-based dust aerosol optical depth
V. Amiridis
2017-2019
164,653
Improving the conservation effectiveness of wetlands - WetMainAreas
I. Keramitsoglou
2017-2019
156,082
CLAIRE - Copernicus Application Facility for Environmental Effects on Health and Comfort
I. Keramitsoglou
2017-2019
49,968
TRIBUTE: TRigger BUffer zones for inundaTion Events
I. Keramitsoglou
2017-2018
136,650
PLANHEAT - Integrated tool for empowering public authorities in the development of sustainable plans for low carbon heating and cooling
I. Keramitsoglou
2016-2019
201,562
East European Center for Atmospheric Research (ECARS)
V. Amiridis
2016-2019
178,925
GEO-CRADLE - Coordinating and integRating state-of-the-art Earth Observation Activities in the regions of North Africa, Middle East, and Balkans and Developing Links with GEO related initiatives towards GEOSS
H. Kontoes
2016-2019
794,812
RECAP - PeRsonalised public sErvices in support of the implementation of the new CAP
H. Kontoes
2016-2019
291,375
AHEAD - Integrated Activities for the High Energy Astrophysics Domain
I. Georgantopoulos
2015-2019
163,551
FRAMEWORK SERVICE CONTRACT FOR COPERNICUS EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT SERVICE RISK AND RECOVERY MAPPING- Call for tender JRC/IPR/2014/G.2/0012/OC, EC project
H. Kontoes
2015-2018
TBD
DustPedia: A definitive Study of Cosmic Dust in the Local Universe
E. Xilouris
2014-2018
266,070
Past Projects
HESPERIA: High Energy Solar Particle Events Forecasting and Analysis
O. Malandraki
2015-2017
215,000
PHySIS: Sparse Signal Processing Technologies for HyperSpectral Imaging Systems
A. Rontogiannis
2015-2017
190,000
MarcoPolo-Monitoring and Assessment of Regional air quality in China using space Observations
V. Amiridis
2014-2017
100,000
TREASURE: Thermal Risk Reduction Actions and tools for secure cities
I. Keramitsoglou
2015-2016
140,358
Building Capacity For a Centre of Excellence for EO-based monitoring of Natural Disasters.
H. Kontoes
2013-2016
2,305,650
Large-scale demonstrators in support of GMES and GNSS based services in Athens.
H. Kontoes
2013-2016
133,514
Monitoring, Analyzing and Assessing Radiation Belt Loss and Energization.
I. A. Daglis,
G. Balasis
2012-2014
598,242
Space-Data Routers for Exploiting Space Data.
I. A. Daglis,
G. Balasis
2010-2014
236,203
Τhe Most Massive Stars in the Local Universe.
A. Bonanos
2009-2013
100,000
MS MONINA-Multi-scale Service for Monitoring NATURA 2000 Habitats of European Community Interest.
N. Sifakis,
H. Kontoes
2010-2013
109,000
Virtual Observatory Infrastructure for Earth Observation Data.
H. Kontoes
2010-2013
303,600
Short Wave critical Infrastructure Network based on new Generation of high survival radio communication system.
A. Belehaki
2011-2013
16,731
COronal Mass Ejections and Solar Energetic Particles: forecasting the space weather impact.
O. Malandraki
2011-2014
281,671
Data Services and Analysis Tools for Solar Energetic Particle Events and Related Electromagnetic Emissions.
O. Malandraki
2011-2013
186,166
 
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