The ENIRISST website has been funded by “Intelligent Research infRAstructure DIssemination for promoTing Engagement” (IRRADIATE) which is supported by the Hellenic Foundation for Research and Innovation (H.F.R.I.) under the “3rd Call for Action “Science and Society” “Research, Innovation and Dissemination Hubs”” (Project Number: 02129).

The project “ENIRISST – Intelligent Research Infrastructure for Shipping, Supply Chain, Transport and Logistics” (MIS 5027930) which is implemented under the Action “Reinforcement of the Research and Innovation Infrastructure”, funded by the Operational Programme “Competitiveness, Entrepreneurship and Innovation” (NSRF 2014-2020) and co-financed by Greece and the European Union (European Regional Development Fund).

Summer Schools

1st Summer School EN.I.R.I.S.S.T. December 6-8, 2021

The 1st Summer School for Intelligent Research Infrastructure for Shipping, Supply Chain, Transport and Logistics (ENIRISST 2021) took place from December 6 to 8, 2021, virtually and free of charge, given the circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic. The summer school was organized by the Department of Geography of the University of the Aegean, focusing on the use and analysis of ENIRISST data. More specifically, it was a 3-day educational program where presentations were delivered by esteemed and distinguished Greek professors and researchers from academic institutions and bodies across the country. During this period, stakeholders from the business and academic sectors were informed and trained on the content, capabilities, and prospects of the platform, as well as its manifold benefits for the transportation and infrastructure sector.

During the summer school, nine (9) presentations took place, falling into 5 educational units:

Environment and Transportation
Shipping and Maritime Heritage
Passenger Movements
Goods Transportation
Transportation Infrastructure.

The summer school concluded with a roundtable discussion, engaging in an interactive conversation about the use and analysis of the research data from ENIRISST.

You can view the details of the summer school presentations:

Day 1

A. Polydoropoulou, A. Tsirimpa, I. Pagoni, and I. Tsouros, “Prediction models for the demand of new technologies/services in transportation.

E. Thanopoulou, “Maritime and Maritime Heritage Platform: from vision to realization.

P. Agourogiannis, “Training in the use of geographical transport data in a GIS environment.

Day 2

N. Ventikos and E. Stamatopoulou, “The Contribution of Maritime Activity to Climate Change.

D. Kavroudakis and P. Agourogiannis, “Spatial Analysis – Prospects and Capabilities in Transport Analysis.

A. Kanavos, E. Maragoudakis, and E. Georgaki, “Digitization Issues and Technical Aspects of the Maritime/Naval Heritage Platform.

Day 3

D. Lyridis, “Maritime Markets and Developments” here, here, here and here

A. Sdoukopoulos, A. Kopsacheilis, and I. Politis, “Modern Methods of Collection and Analysis of Urban Movements.

A. Sidiropoulos, D. Bechtsis, and D. Vlachos, “Data Management (XML – XSD) in the Supply Chain and Transportation.

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