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Pantelis Kiriakidis has graduated with a BSc in Geophysics at Imperial College London (2018), where he has carried out a number of field trips aimed at the identification of geophysical features of the subsurface. During his dissertation project he has employed Python and Linux software packages to quantify and map velocity and strain rates of the Cocos tectonic plate.
In 2019 he graduated with an MSc in Environmental Technology with Energy Policy at Imperial College London, where he undertook several modules ranging from environmental economics to low-carbon technologies for energy generation. This has enriched his background in the transition of the heat, electricity, transport and agricultural sectors into low-Carbon pathways. He has competed and awarded 1st place in the Climathon 24-hour competition, Nicosia (2019), where together with his team they have proposed the creation of green rooftops for the reduction of C02, dust and NOx particulates.