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Pierantonios Papazoglou joined the Cyprus Institute in June 2017 as a Scientific Coordinator at the Energy, Environment and Water Research Centre (EEWRC), where he is responsible for:
He also holds responsibilities linked to the Institute’s Research and Innovation Management and Support office (RIMS), where his focus is on Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions “Individual Fellowships”, EURAXESS and Researcher Mobility Support (C&C, HRS4R, Career Development), European Research Council (ERC) Grants, Climate Action and Environment, Water and Marine, Space, and Security.
He has previously worked at the Cyprus Research Promotion Foundation (2008 – 2017) as National Contact Point and Programme Committee Member for FP7 and Horizon 2020, in the functions of Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions, Climate-Action-Environment-Resource-Efficiency-Raw-Materials, and Space, and he was also the EURAXESS Cyprus Bridgehead Organisation coordinator. His professional background also includes private consultancy experience (EcoCypria Ltd.; 2017), as well as research experience (Stevens Institute of Technology; 2003-2005, University of Nicosia; 2007-2008). He holds a BSc(Hons.) in Environmental Sciences from the University of the Aegean (2003) in Lesvos-Greece, and a MEng. in Environmental Engineering from the Stevens Institute of Technology (2005) in New-Jersey-USA. He is currently in pursuit of a PhD (exp. in 2019) in Management from the University of Glasgow, in Scotland-UK, with his thesis focusing on Crisis Management, Emergency Planning and Disaster Resilience. Pierantonios is an active Volunteer Safety Officer for the Cyprus Civil Defence Force; he is married and he has three children.