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The Cyprus Institute Graduate School Summer 2018 Internship Program

The application deadline for the program closed May 31.

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The Cyprus Institute Graduate School is pleased to announce its Summer Internship program for Summer 2018. Through this program, The Cyprus Institute Graduate School aims to expose young talented students and scholars to an international research experience and to encourage and inspire them in the pursuit of a scientific career. Interns will have a unique opportunity to carry out research in CyI’s state-of-the-art facilities supervised by a mentor and to be introduced to the use of the latest methods and techniques.  

Students may select from the list of projects we have posted in the table below, or they may propose their own project, provided we have the supervisory capacity and facilities to accommodate it.

In addition to the many research oriented projects listed in the table below, there are also administrative focused options in Higher Education Administration for students interested in the day to day operation of the Graduate School or other administrative units of the Institute (also listed within the table below).

Applications are welcome from candidates worldwide with a keen interest and a relevant scientific background. 

During the application process, students will have the option to select up to three projects (in order of preference) from the table below or suggest a project of interest (which may be accommodated, provided that CyI has the capacity in terms of supervision and facilities).  Students who are accepted to the program will be assigned to one project. 

All applicants will be asked to justify their selection in a 300-word statement on the online application form.

 

Thematic domain:

Alternative Energy Technologies

Project title:

Water-enhanced fuel combustion

Start date:

Between 01/06/2018 and 30/06/2018 (may be flexible upon request)

Duration:

8 weeks

Objectives:

Alternative fuels, are increasingly being used for power generation worldwide, however they usually have a low heating value in comparison to traditional fuels. In previous research, it was shown that water vapor can enhance the combustion process of alternative fuels thus making them practically usable. The aim of this project is to conduct numerical simulations, in order to examine the extent to which water vapor can have a beneficial effect to the combustion process of alternative fuels.

[1] Z.M. Nikolaou, N. Swaminathan, J.Y. Chen. Combust. Flame 160 (2013) 56-75.

Expected results:

The student is expected to conduct parametric studies, in order to produce an operating envelope based on the alternative fuel mixture composition, where water-vapor addition has a positive effect. This “map” will enable practical design decisions to be made.

Mentor:

Dr Z M Nikolaou

Other CyI staff involved:

N/A

Facilities used:

Workstation, Matlab


Thematic domain:

Art History

Project title:

Science and Technology based art historical research – early Renaissance masters

Start date:

Upon availability

Duration:

8 weeks

Objectives:

Develop an art characterization pipeline based on sciences and technologies

Expected results:

Participants will get familiar with analytical and digital methods for the analysis of paintings – materials, style and techniques

Mentor:

Sorin Hermon

Other CyI staff involved:

Nikolas Bakirtzis, Dante Abate, Ropertos Georgiou

Facilities used:

APAC laboratories

Thematic domain:

Atmospheric Measurements / Data Interpretation of Atmospheric Measurements

Project title:

Data Interpretation of Atmospheric Measurements

Start date:

June 15 (may be flexible upon request)

Duration:

8 weeks

Objectives:

Fundamental hands-on training on aerosol monitoring equipment currently operating at the Cyprus Atmospheric Observatory (CAO) and of the related data. Archiving, processing, and analysis of data. Calibration and maintenance of equipment.

Expected results:

Archive of selected instrumentation. Experience in maintaining an atmospheric station.

Mentor:

Michael Pikridas

Other CyI staff involved:

Anne Maisser

Facilities used:

CAO

Thematic domain:

Atmospheric Measurements, Source Region Analysis

Project title:

Source Region Analysis

Start date:

June 15 (may be flexible upon request)

Duration:

8 weeks

Objectives:

Finding the sources (location) of pollutants reaching Cyprus using state of the art computer software. Training on software, data interpretation and analysis.

Expected results:

Source region analysis product for 2016 and 2017 concerning the Cyprus Atmospheric Observatory (CAO).

Mentor:

Michael Pikridas

Other CyI staff involved:

n/a

Facilities used:

NTL office and PC

Thematic domain:

Atmospheric Modelling

Project title:

Atmospheric Model Forecast Skill Assessment

Start date:

June 1 (may be flexible upon request)

Duration:

8 weeks

Objectives:

1. Post-processing of atmospheric forecast model output

2. Development (programming) of suite of metrics for assessing the model performance

3. Comparison with observations over Cyprus

Expected results:

Determination of atmospheric model forecast skill against lead time

Mentor:

Theodoros Christoudias

Other CyI staff involved:

Atmospheric Modelling Group

Facilities used:

CyTera, VisLab

 

Thematic domain:

Atmospheric Sciences

Project title:

Characterization of Low-cost Instruments for Air Quality Monitoring

Start date:

1/6/2018 (flexible)

Duration:

8 weeks

Objectives:

The objective of the project is to characterize low-cost aerosol instruments and sensors for air quality monitoring for measuring the concentration of gaseous pollutants and the properties of aerosol particles.

Expected results:

Characterisation dataset of instruments, that could lead to a potential publication in the future.

Mentor:

George Biskos

Other CyI staff involved:

N/A

Facilities used:

Instrumentation Laboratory


Thematic domain:

Atmospheric Sciences

Project title:

Development of an Instrument for Measuring the Size Distribution of Aerosol Nanoparticles

Start date:

1/6/2018 (flexible)

Duration:

8 weeks

Objectives:

The objective of the project is to work towards the development of an aerosol nanoparticle size spectrometer that currently being built at the CyI. 

Expected results:

Report describing the performance of the instrument, and how appropriate that may be for field measurements.

Mentor:

George Biskos

Other CyI staff involved:

N/A

Facilities used:

Instrumentation Laboratory


Thematic domain:

Atmospheric Sciences

Project title:

Measurements of the hygroscopicity of aerosol nanoparticles

Start date:

1/6/2018 (flexible)

Duration:

8 weeks

Objectives:

The objective of the project is to determine the hygroscopicity of laboratory-generated nanoparticles of well defined composition that is relevant for the atmosphere. 

Expected results:

Dataset mapping out the hygroscopicity of laboratory-generated particles, that will lead to a potential publication in a scientific journal.

Mentor:

George Biskos

Other CyI staff involved:

N/A

Facilities used:

Instrumentation Laboratory


Thematic domain:

Bioarchaeology

Project title:

Agriculture in the Eastern Mediterranean

Start date:

July 10  (may be flexible upon request)

Duration:

2 months

Objectives:

Training in basic archaeobotanical work and key questions in ancient agriculture-Morphometric analysis

Expected results:

Familiarization in Archaeobotanical work

Mentor:

Dr Evi Margaritis

Other CyI staff involved:

N/A

Facilities used:

Bioarchaeology Lab and Cameras


Thematic domain:

Climate Change Data Analysis

Project title:

Update long-term near-surface temperature observations for Cyprus

Start date:

20/06/18 (may be flexible upon request)

Duration:

Approximately 8 weeks (with holiday breaks)

Objectives:

- Update Cyprus station from historical observation monthly time-series temperature from 2013 up to 2017 from the DOM files
- Derive long-term trends and anomalies of temperature change for selected stations

Expected results:

- Familiarization with climate change/ global warming science
- Learn/practice with statistical/graphical software packages (e.g. R-Project)
- Calculate/plot long-term temperature evolution

Mentor:

Panos Hajinicolaou

Other CyI staff involved:

Philippos Tymvios, George Zittis

Facilities used:

Laptop

Prerequisites:

Ideally physical sciences background and capability for numerical analysis and work on a Linux operating system

Thematic domain:

Climate Impacts on Vector-borne Diseases

Project title:

Mathematical modelling of disease vectors

Start date:

June 11 (may be flexible upon request)

Duration:

6 weeks

Objectives:

1. To learn about mathematical modelling
2. To gain experience in using a scripting language such as R/Python
3. To implement, simulate, and numerically analyse mathematical models

Expected results:

1. Understanding of the role of mathematical modelling in disease prediction and prevention
2. Preliminary weather-driven population dynamics model of a disease vector

Mentor:

Kamil Erguler

Other CyI staff involved:

Yiannis Proestos, George Zittis

Facilities used:

CyTera


Thematic domain:

Computational Chemical Dynamics

Project title:

Quantum Chemical Reaction Rate Calculations

Start date:

June 1 (may be flexible upon request)

Duration:

8 weeks

Objectives:

Student(s) will be exposed to novel techniques for calculating thermal rate coefficients for chemical reactions.

Expected results:

Student(s) will learn how to operate with supercomputer facilities, submitting jobs, compiling Fortran and Python computer codes. The results of their calculations (rates), will be used to improve the existing astrochemical and combustion chemical kinetics models.

Mentor:

Asst. Prof. Yury V. Suleimanov

Other CyI staff involved:

Postdoc Somnath Bhowmick

Facilities used:

Cy-Tera, Euclidian clusters

 

Thematic domain:

Computational Fluid Dynamics

Project title:

Deconvolution-based model development for large eddy simulation

Start date:

Between 01/06/2018 and 30/06/2018

Duration:

8 weeks

Objectives:

Large Eddy Simulation (LES) is the de facto approach in industry for modelling fluid flows. Classical however model development depends on the flow regime, which undermines LES. In a recent study we proposed an alternative method for LES modelling which is independent of the flow regime [2,3]. The objective of this project is to build upon this work and derive a computationally more efficient deconvolution method.
[2] Z.M. Nikolaou, L. Vervisch. Flow Turb. Combust. (2018) 1-21.
[3] Z.M. Nikolaou, R.S. Cant, L. Vervisch. Phys. Review Fluids (2018).

Expected results:

Efficient iterative deconvolution algorithm

Mentor:

Dr Z M Nikolaou

Other CyI staff involved:

N/A

Facilities used:

Workstation, Matlab


Thematic domain:

Computational Science / Machine Learning / Bioinformatics- Unsupervised feature extraction of protein sequences using advanced machine learning methodologies

Project title:

Unsupervised feature extraction of protein sequences using advanced machine learning methodologies

Start date:

01/07/2018 (dates can be flexible if necessary)

Duration:

8 weeks

Objectives:

• Optimization of reading and writing FASTA files
• By using advanced machine learning and deep learning methodologies for the analysis and feature extraction of protein sequences without any prior knowledge

Expected results:

A model for automatic extraction of protein sequences features

Mentor:

Dr Charalambos Chrysostomou

Other CyI staff involved:

 

Facilities used:

GoB/Cy-Tera


Thematic domain:

Computational Science / Machine Learning / Bioinformatics- Characterization and classification of protein sequences using advanced machine learning methodologies

Project title:

Characterization and classification of protein sequences using advanced machine learning methodologies

Start date:

01/07/2018 (dates can be flexible if necessary)

 

8 weeks

Objectives:

• Optimization of reading and writing FASTA files
• By using advanced machine learning and deep learning methodologies to characterize and classify protein sequences

Expected results:

A model for the characterization and classification of protein sequences

Mentor:

Dr Charalambos Chrysostomou

Other CyI staff involved:

 

Facilities used:

GoB/ Cy-Tera


Thematic domain:

Digital Archaeology

Project title:

3D virtual reconstruction of fragmented objects

Start date:

Upon Availability

Duration:

8 weeks

Objectives:

Using 3D technologies to virtually reconstruct broken objects and simulate their original shape and colors

Expected results:

The participant will get familiar with modern approaches to restoration / conservation of archaeological objects

Mentor:

Sorin Hermon

Other CyI staff involved:

Dante Abate, Valentina Vassallo, Martina Polig, Giusi Sorrentino

Facilities used:

APAC Laboratories


Thematic domain:

Digital Cultural Heritage

Project title:

Interactive Visualization of Cities

Start date:

After June 15 (may be flexible upon request)

Duration:

8 weeks

Objectives:

• Working with interactive visualization tools. Optimization of the interaction platform to host additional data (e.g., texts, maps, photographs and drawings) regarding important monuments of the historic core of the city.
• 3D modeling and visualization. Population of platform with additional 3D models of monuments, development of the interior spaces of selected monuments, images, texts, links, etc.

Expected results:

• Training in interactive visualization platform, including mobile VR.
• Prepare and update CyI interative visualizations of built heritage.
• Work on stereoscopic visualization.

Mentor:

George Artopoulos

Other CyI staff involved:

N. Bakirtzis, M. Faka, M. Phillipou

Facilities used:

Virtual Environments Lab; 3D Documentation Lab


Thematic domain:

Digital Libraries/Digital Humanities

Project title:

Dioptra: The Edmee Leventis Digital Library for Cypriot Culture

Start date:

Upon Availability

Duration:

8 weeks

Objectives:

Participants will familiarize themselves with the organization and structure of advanced digital libraries and will get participate in interdisciplinary work.

Expected results:

Gain experience in the making, maintenance and population of digital repositories and libraries. Depending on interest and skills participants will contribute to Dioptra library modules.

Mentor:

Dr. Nikolas Bakirtzis

Other CyI staff involved:

S. Hermon, A. Avgousti, A. Nikolaidou

Facilities used:

DIOPTRA


Thematic domain:

Environmental Analysis, Atmospheric Pollution

Project title:

Chemical Analysis of Atmospheric Particulate Matter

Start date:

Project preferably between dates: June 15 and September 15.

Duration:

8 weeks

Objectives:

To learn analytical techniques for the analysis of elements in atmospheric particles

Expected results:

 

Mentor:

E. G. Stephanou

Other CyI staff involved:

Minas Iakovides, Marios Kyprianou

Facilities used:

Facility for Chemical Analysis


Thematic domain:

Higher Education Administration

Project title:

Internship at the Office of Graduate Studies 

Start date:

TBD (flexible)

Duration:

8 weeks

Objectives:

Interns will be introduced in overall function of the office: recruitment, admission, national and international cooperation, event organization, office ethics, student affairs, etc.

Expected results:

Interns will be able to gain an insight of HE management and further pinpoint their area of interest, for future career direction.

Mend

Dr Konstantinos Kleovoulou

Other CyI staff involved:

Jung-Keun Song-Petridou
Rebecca Payiata
Athena Zannetti

Facilities used:

GS Building


Thematic domain:

Higher Education Administration

Project title:

Internship at Operations Office, Accounts Office, Facilities Office, IT Office 

Start date:

June 1

Duration:

8 weeks

Objectives:

Interns will be introduced in overall general operation and functioning of the Divisions' offices

Expected results:

Interns will be able to gain an insight into the general operation and managment of a research and educational institution and futher pinpoint their area of interest for future career directions.

Mend

Dr Michalis Yiangou

Other CyI staff involved:

Stefanos Christodoulou
George Kallouris
Andreas Zelos

Facilities used:

Various offices at CyI


Thematic domain:

Human Bioarchaeology

Project title:

Anti-mortem tooth loss in Prehistoric Cyprus- a diachronic perspective

Start date:

July 15 (flexible)

Duration:

8 weeks

Objectives:

Training in basic dental anthropology and key questions on oral health in Prehistoric populations

Expected results:

Familiarization with dental anthropology and health study in prehistoric context

Mentor:

Kirsi Lorentz

Other CyI staff involved:

Simone Lemmers

Facilities used:

Human Osteology Laboratory collection, photography equipment, magnifiers


Thematic domain:

Human Bioarchaeology

Project title:

Dental development from a Bronze Age Population, Iran

Start date:

July 15 (flexible)

Duration:

8 weeks

Objectives:

Traning in tooth micro anatomy and micrographs analysis using material from a 3000 BC archaeological urban complex in Iran

Expected results:

Familiarization in hard tissue microstructure and microscopy

Mentor:

Kirsi Lorentz

Other CyI staff involved:

Simone Lemmers

Facilities used:

Laptop, Photoshop and light transmitted microscope


Thematic domain:

Human Bioarchaeology 

Project title:

Element representation in human bone assemblages (Cyprus)

Start date:

July 15 (flexible)

Duration:

8 weeks

Objectives:

Specific bone element representation coutns and percentages in commingled human remains assemblages from archaeological sites

Expected results:

Data on patterning of bone element representation in archaeological human bone assemblages, Cyprus

Mentor:

Dr Kirsi Lorentz

Other CyI staff involved:

-

Facilities used:

The Cyprus Institute Human Bioarchaeology Laboratory facilities


Thematic domain:

Infrared Tomography- Image Reconstruciton

Project title:

Experimentation with Thermal Phantoms

Start date:

July 2 (dates may be flexible upon request)

Duration:

8 weeks

Objectives:

Design and Implementation of infrared phantoms to be used in imaging studies with a dedicated infrared camera.
Evaluation of different reconstruction methods in infrared tomography.

Expected results:

Factors such as the absorption and diffusion of infrared radiation in medium degrade the quality of the tomographic image in the infrared modality. The results from this study will indicate the potentiality of this technique to be used for the extraction of useful information in a clinical environment.

Mentor:

Prof. Costas N Papanicolas

Other CyI staff involved:

Loizos Koutsantonis

Facilities used:

NTL Labs and PC


Thematic domain:

Machine Learning, Simulation

Project title:

Supervised Learning of Human Navigation Behavior

Start date:

June 1 (may be flexible upon request)

Duration:

8 weeks

Objectives:

Being able to define models of human movement that match real-life behavior is important in many applications such as autonomous vehicles, safety planning, psychology, entertainment, etc. Consider for example the case of an autonomous vehicle that navigates a city; this car should take informed decisions based on people’s behavior - improved models can save lives.
Describing a model of human movement explicitly though is not an easy task; people’s behavior is affected by different factors such as gender, culture, age other people and the environment in general.
We propose that data-driven approaches (e.g., Machine Learning) can act as a mediator to create more realistic models. More specifically, the main idea behind this study is to use Deep Learning to learn a model of human navigation from spatio-temporal data. These data will come from two sources: simulation and videos of actual people.

Expected results:

The intern will touch various subjects (depending mostly on previous experience):
• processing of time-series data,
• supervised learning using Neural Networks with multiple hidden layers (i.e., Deep Learning),
• Neural Network architectures (RNNs, CNNs, etc.) and their applicability to the problem.
• Help the supervisor to gain insights on the factors that influence navigation behavior.
• Learn how to simulate virtual crowds consisting of many agents equipped with the learned models.

Mentor:

Panayiotis Charalambous

Other CyI staff involved:

Constantia Alexandrou

Facilities used:

A desktop or laptop system equipped with a GPU


Thematic domain:

Mechanical engineering and heat transfer with applications in Solar Energy and Desalination

Project title:

Heat transfer in plate heat exchangers

Start date:

Flexible

Duration:

8 weeks

Objectives:

• Familiarization with plate heat exchangers
• Familiarization with laboratory setup and experimentation
• Literature review

Expected results:

• Heat transfer coefficient correlation for single-phase flows in plate heat exchangers
• Literature review for two-phase applications

Mentor:

Aris Bonanos

Other CyI staff involved:

 

Facilities used:

Solar energy and desalination laboratory


Thematic domain:

Oil and Gas

Project title:

Simulation-assisted productivity index calculation in porous media flows

Start date:

Between 01/06/2018 and 30/06/8 

 

8 weeks

Objectives:

The Productivity Index (PI) is a key variable for characterizing a gas/oil well. It measures the efficiency of a well in producing fluid, and is commonly used in industry for determining the economic viability of a well. The aim of this project is to use numerical simulation in order to solve the governing equations for fluid flow through a porous-medium and use the simulation results in order to compute the PI

Expected results:

PI maps for different operating parameters

Mentor:

Dr. Z M Nikolaou

Other CyI staff involved:

N/A

Facilities used:

Workstation, Matlab

 

Thematic domain:

Social Media Communication

Project title:

Communication and Dissemination of Research through Social Media

Start date:

Upon availability

Duration:

8 weeks

Objectives:

Design and develop strategies for multimedia communication through various social media channels of research

Expected results:

Participants will enhance their knowledge on how to create effective strategies for the dissemination of knowledge about research outcomes

Mentor:

Sorin Hermon

Other CyI staff involved:

Nikolas Bakirtzis, Athanasios Koutoupas, Andrianna Nikolaidou

Facilities used:

APAC Laboratories


Thematic domain:

Soil Erosion and Soil Organic Carbon

Project title:

The effect of land abandonment and erosion on soil organic carbon

Start date:

June 1 

Duration:

Until July 20

Objectives:

To assess the effects of land abandonment on soil organic carbon and erosion

Expected results:

-getting familiarized with the geology and land use on the Troodos Mountains
-gaining practical skills to quantify soil loss based on erosion features and soil depth measurements
-being able to perform basic in-field and in-lab soil analyses (texture, bulk density, pH etc.)
-learning to collect soil samples and quantify organic carbon levels with laboratory analyses
-learning how to evaluate state of land degradation

Mentor:

Hakan Djuma

Other CyI staff involved:

Adriana Bruggeman, Marinos Eliades

Facilities used:

Soil and water laboratory and field equipmemt of The Cyprus Institute


Thematic domain:

Spatial Economics and Econometrics

Project title:

Determinants of regional economic performance during economic growth and crisis periods

Start date:

June 1 (may be flexible upon request)

Duration:

8 weeks

Objectives:

Apply regional economic methodologies, namely, shift-share analysis and econometric models to investigate the economic performance of European regions (NUTS2) during economic growth and economic crisis periods (Giannakis and Bruggeman, 2017a; 2017b). The objective of the research is to investigate the determinants behind the highly differential performance of European regional economies overtime (e.g., sectoral structure, specialization, human capital, contextual factors etc.).

The student will perform the following activities:
(a) Conduct literature review
(b) Write research methodology
(c) Download secondary regional economic data from Eurostat and other international databases
(d) Apply regional economic techniques
(e) Analyze model results
(f) Write a report in English

Giannakis, E., Bruggeman, A. (2017a). Determinants of regional resilience to economic crisis: a European perspective. European Planning Studies, 25(8), 1394-1415.
Giannakis, E., Bruggeman, A. (2017b). Economic crisis and regional resilience: evidence from Greece. Papers in Regional Science, 96: 451-476.

Expected results:

Econometric analysis of the resilience of European regions (research report).

Mentor:

Dr Elias Giannakis

Other CyI staff involved:

Assoc. Prof. Adriana Bruggeman, Dr Christos Zoumides

Facilities used:

CyI PCs


Thematic domain:

Unmanned Systems, Atmospheric Measurements with UVA's

Project title:

Atmospheric Measurements Campaign using UAVs

Start date:

Flexible

Duration:

1-2 months

Objectives:

To participate and support the UAV Atmospheric Measurements Campaign. To work with on-board air quality/meteorology sensors

Expected results:

To prepare and maintain the instrumentation. Participate in measurement flights. Collect and Analyze the Data

Mentor:

Christos Keleshis

Other CyI staff involved:

Panagiota Antoniou

Facilities used:

USRL


Thematic domain:

Unmanned Systems / Automation / Sensors / Computer Science

Project title:

Camera for Remote Station 

Start date:

Flexible

Duration:

1-2 months

Objectives:

To interface a small camera with a raspberry pie system and enable remote access on it through GPRS communication

Expected results:

Remote video streaming from the weather station to the internet

Mentor:

Christos Keleshis

Other CyI staff involved:

Panagiota Antoniou

Facilities used:

USRL


Additional projects will be added to the above table periodically 

Program Length

The internships will be of approximately 8 weeks duration and must take place between June 1 and September 30, 2018.  Students may have the option to change the duration of the program in consultation with the project mentor. Students whose programs include the week of August 13-17 will have that week off. 


Eligibility Criteria

Applicants must:

 
Be university students or recent graduates with an excellent academic background and a strong interest in research (prior lab or modelling experience is considered an advantage)
Have strong communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to adapt to a multicultural/multinational environment
Have good knowledge of oral and written English


Application Process

The deadline has closed (May 31). 

Applications should be submitted through the online internship application.  The following supporting documents must be uploaded when filling out the online application:
 
Curriculum Vitae 
University transcripts. All transcripts to date should be included.
English Language Proficiency Certificate. This may either be a letter from the student’s university verifying that their degree program is offered in English, or if the degree is not offered at an English- medium institution, students should provide a certificate verifying English language proficiency (e.g. TOEFL, IELTS, GCSE/IGCSE etc.).  If applicants have not taken any tests demonstrating English language proficiency and have not studied/ are not studying at an English- medium institution, they may state it on the application.


Students will need to write a 300- word statement in the online application justifying their choice of project/s selected by stating why their background and qualifications are a good match for the project they are applying for. Students will be assigned to one project.

If, for any reason, the applicant wants to attend a shorter or longer program they should explain why.


Application Deadline

May 31, 2018 (closed)



Financial Aid

CyI-GS summer internship scheme focuses on providing students a unique training experience through bespoke projects related to applicant’s field of study and research interests thus are not considered to be job placements and do not come with direct compensation.

To ensure the well-being of its interns, the Graduate School has allocated some funds which will be made available to selected candidates on the basis of need for relocation, transportation etc. 

For further information, please visit the Education section of The Cyprus Institute website or contact the Office of Graduate Studies at tel: +357 22 208 614 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For information on professional internships, please contact The Cyprus Institute Human Resources Office.

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