Our Team

The STEAM project is coordinated by the Cyprus University of Technology (CUT) with the Research Institutes of Sweden (RISE) participating in the project as a Foreign Research Organization. Furthermore, the STEAM consortium consists of the Cyprus Ports Authority, the Cyprus Shipping Association and the private companies Tototheo Maritime, A.T. DeLevant Business Solutions, and Cyprus Subsea Consulting and Services.
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For the successful completion of the STEAM project, it is very important the participation of the STEAM Associated Stakeholders Network of established stakeholders of the Cyprus maritime sector including the Cyprus Shipping Chamber, the Maritime Institute of Eastern Mediterranean (Mar.In.E.M.), and the private companies that currently handle the operations at the Port of Limassol: DP WORLD Limassol, EUROGATE Limassol Container Terminal και P&O Maritime. As part of the STEAM research project, data is collected through the broadband connection provided in collaboration with Cyta (Cyprus Telecommunications Authority).
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A STEAM Advisory Group has also been created with established individuals from the international maritime sector including Trond Andersen from the Port of Stavanger in Norway, Michael Bergman from BM Bergmann-Marine, Albert Gonzalez from the Port of Barcelona in Spain, and José Andrés Giménez Maldonado from Valenciaport Foundation in Spain.
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