28-29 September 2017, CERTH Congress Centre, Thessaloniki, Greece. The spotlight
theme of the 2017 Congress is: ‘The Future of Transportation: A Vision for 2030’. Co-organizers: HIT / CERTH & HITE Abstract submission deadline 15th January 2017
On 17 October, the Protection of Critical Energy Infrastructures (PCEI) expert group, met at the EDA under the chairmanship of the Hellenic Ministry of National Defence. The Ministries of Defence (MoDs) of Cyprus and Greece offered to take the lead on this project within the framework of the EDA.
CERTH innovates together with Democritus University of Thrace (DUTH) and European Space Agency (ESA) for Li-ion batteries surviving cold environments, a technology enabling future space missions and beating the ‘cold start’ problem.
The RAMCIP project, which is supported by the E C in the context of the Horizon 2020 Programme, is approaching the completion of the second year of its duration, having at the current stage a series of outcomes to report.
Dr. Konstantinos Atsonios, research associate at the CERTH/CPERI, awarded the Dimitris Chorafas Prize 2016, for his PhD Thesis that he did at the National Technical University of Athens in collaboration with CERTH/CPERI
Theory and practice of aerosol chemistry and engineering for climate, air quality, emissions and health effects (by means of In-Situ and Remote Sensing Observations) 18-24 May 2017, Navarino Environmental Observatory, Greece
The robotic system will enable the execution of tasks in different application domains of high societal and economic impact including trenchless constructions (cabling and piping) installations, search and rescue operations, remote science and exploration applications, among others.
Versailles, 7 February 2017 – Over 100 stakeholders met in Versailles on the public kick off day of the new European project, AUTOPILOT on 6 February 2017. The audience of the public event represented a variety of Mobility Actors, including public authorities, industry, service providers, users and research institutes.
The COMPOSITION project aims to develop a digital ecosystem in order to help factories optimise internal production processes and external collaboration with suppliers by putting existing data, knowledge and tools into place.