Research Associate, KIOS Research and Innovation Center of Excellence, University of Cyprus
Maria Anastasiadou received her undergraduate degree in Physics from the University of Athens in 2009. She was awarded an M.Sc in Medical Physics (2010) from Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences at the University of Surrey, UK. In 2011 she joined the KIOS Research Center for Intelligent Systems and Networks at the University of Cyprus as a graduate level researcher. She worked on a funded project for the study of epilepsy, multimodal detection and prediction of epileptic seizures and received her PhD in January 2017 from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University Cyprus.
Today she is a post-doc researcher at KIOS Research and Innovation Center of Excellence of the University of Cyprus. She is currently working on two projects SmartWater2020 and WaterAnalytics. The project SmartWater2020, "Intelligent Water Distribution Networks for Reducing Loss", is being funded by the INTERREG V-A "Greece-Cyprus 2014-2020" Cooperation Programme. The project WaterAnalytics, "Smart Analytics for Improving Efficiency of Water Distribution Networks", is being funded by the Cyprus Research Promotion Fundation/ Programme RESTART 2016-2020. Both projects aim to develop smart water technologies accessible to all water operators offering them an innovative low-cost intelligent software/hardware solution designed to reduce water system operational expenses and leakages.
Ο τίτλος της παρουσίασης μου είναι: "SmartWater2020: Innovative technologies to minimise the loss of water in Cyprus and Crete"