Elpidoforos ANASTASIOU

Department of Civil Engineer and Geomatics (CEG)
Faculty of Engineering and Technology (FET)
Cyprus University of Technology (CUT)

Elpidoforos ANASTASIOU

Research Assistant A

Education: He is currently a PhD Candidate in “Remote Sensing, Geoinformatics and Earth Observation” at the Department of Civil Engineering and Geomatics of Cyprus University of Technology. He received his Bachelor of Engineering in 2006 from Northumbria University and his Master’s Degree in Education (MA) in 2009 from Middlesex university of London.


Professional background: When he began his undergraduate career, he was exposed to the full range of engineering courses, all of which tended to reinforce and solidify his intense interest in engineering. In the realm of engineering and education, he developed a special interest in STEAM education and space applications. In 2017 he founded an NGO ”Cyprus Space Foundation ” in a persuade to educate students in space activities using STEAM. He is an active member of the parliament on research, innovation and digital governance (committee on education and culture).He is the director and founder of Pascal Space Center, one of the most advanced educational satellite ground stations in Europe and the project Leader of “Pascal Mission to Space”. Over the last 3 years, he created several Space Science Education and Outreach Activities, Including the first Space UP-Cyprus and a national space competition, giving the opportunity to over 2.000 students to participate in deferent space exploration activities.

Research interests: Satellite Remote Sensing, GIS, Space Science and STEAM education ,CubeSats, Satellite Ground Stations.

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