Our 2nd email newsletter is now available! In this issue you’ll find the latest highlights from the project. Click here to download the newsletter in English.
On this page, you can download our 2nd brochure containing all the essential information and updates of the Sea4All project.
Online webinar on Thursday, May 30th, at 16:30 CET
Technical and physical aspects of marine pollution, with emphasis on oil spills and floating objects
Online webinar on Thursday, May 16th, at 16:30 CET
Online webinar on Thursday, April 18th, at 16:30 CET
When: March 29-31, 2019 | Where: Nicosia – Cyprus // It is a training course for training the trainers. The participants are staff from school education (such as teachers) and staff from partners. The training course will be developed in workshops in the following stages:
Our 1st email newsletter is now available! In this issue you’ll find the latest highlights from the project, as well as a comprehensive list of upcoming events.
Online webinar on Thursday, March 21st, at 16:30 CET
New publication: Structural pattern recognition applied on bathymetric data from the Eratosthenes Seamount (Eastern Mediterranean, Levantine Basin)
New publication by E. Kokinou & C. Panagiotakis released in the context of the sea4all project. Download the work from the shareit link https://rdcu.be/bbMAi Abstract The scope of the present work is to apply tested techniques of pattern recognition on bathymetric...
On this page you can download our latest brochure containing all the essential information of the Sea4All project.
Sea4All presentation in the three-day promotion and information event (Sep 20-22, 2019) for the European PIP programs in Crete. Event was held at the cultural center of Heraklion.
We had a very productive Progress meeting in the beautiful town of Cardiff on 18-19/7! The Training Curriculum on marine pollution is taking a form! Always under the guidance and efficient collaboration of scientists and teachers. The...