Press release: PortCDM at the Port of Limassol as an enabler of Short Sea Shipping in the Eastern Mediterraneansteam
We are very happy to announce that the United Nations now acknowledges PortCDM (Port Collaborative Decision Making) as an enabler for enhanced performance in Short Sea Shipping based on a study made on the role of improved collaboration and data sharing between ports. The article published at UNCTAD (United Nations Conference on Trade and […]
M. Lind, M. Michaelides, R. Ward, H. Herodotou, and R. T. Watson. “Boosting data-sharing to improve Short Sea Shipping Performance: Evidence from Limassol port calls analysis”, UNCTAD Transport and Trade Facilitation Newsletter N°82 – Second Quarter 2019, Article No. 35, May 2019.
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, COMPUTER ENGINEERING, AND INFORMATICS, CYPRUS UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY Οne (1) part-time Research Fellow position (Postdoctoral Researcher) in the field of “Sustainable Port Management and Short Sea Shipping” Applications are invited from candidates who possess the necessary qualifications in order to fill one (1) part-time Research Fellow position (Postdoctoral Researcher) at the […]
M. Michaelides, H. Herodotou, M. Lind, and R. T. Watson. “Port-2-Port Communication Enhancing Short Sea Shipping Performance: The Case Study of Cyprus and the Eastern Mediterranean”, Sustainability Journal, Vol. 11, No. 7, pp. 1912-34, March 2019.
The STEAM project kickoff meeting took place with great success at the Tassos Papadopoulos Building of the Cyprus University of Technology in Limassol on February 26th, 2019. “STEAM (Sea Traffic Management in the Eastern Mediterranean) is a three-year project that has started in Jan. 2019 with a budget of approximately one million EUR funded by the Cyprus Research […]
STEAMing a digital way forward to promote port-to-port efficiency. The kickoff will take place on Tuesday 26/02/2019, 18:00 at Amphitheatre 1, Tassos Papadopoulos Building, Cyprus University of Technology.
The STEAM Project (INTEGRATED/0916/0063) is a three-year project that started in January 2019 with a budget of 1 million EUR and co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund and the Republic of Cyprus through the Research Promotion Foundation.
STEAM Project: The Cyprus University of Technology (CUT) takes the lead in empowering the Port of Limassol to become a transshipment hub in the Eastern Mediterranean. The general objective of the STEAM (Sea Traffic management in the EAstern Mediterranean) project is the efficient management of sea traffic in the Eastern Mediterranean sea, while at the […]