Sympraxis Team is one of the six partners of the LIFE ASTI Project – “Implementation of a ForecAsting System for Urban HeaT Island Effect for the Development of Urban Adaptation Strategies” (Urban Heat Island Forecasting System for Urban Adaptation Strategies), along with the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – the Project Coordinator. The LIFE Project ASTI focuses on addressing the impact of UHI (Urban Heat Island) on human mortality by developing and evaluating a system of numerical models that will lead to the short-term forecasting and future projection of UHI in two Mediterranean cities: Thessaloniki and Rome. On November 16th 2018, the Project’s Opening Event took place in Thessaloniki with representatives of all Partners; more specifically, the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki ( Department of Physics / Physics and Environmental Physics), the Azienda Sanitaria Locale Roma 1, Geospatial Enabling Technologies Ltd., the Institute of Atmospheric Sciences and Climate-National Research Council of Italy, the Municipality of Thessaloniki and Sympraxis Team.
Original thinking, innovative and alternative proposals, excellent collaboration, really high quality services, all members of the Team close by to meet all requirements: our experience from the Sympraxis Team. Katerina Perissi, Environmental manager OTE/COSMOTE, Deutshe Telekom Group
The guys are not only great negotiators, they also make everything possible with a smile. They handled perfectly all the logistics and allowed us to concentrate on our work. They are very dedicated professional and I highly recommend their work. Nathalie Cliquot, European Commission, Executive Agency for SMEs
A sincere word of recognition to the dedication and effort of M. Papaglastra and A. Deliyannis at Sympraxis Team, who put this book together in record time while providing a very appealing graphic quality that makes the book easy to read. Eduardo Maldonado, Concerted Action EPBD Coordinator
Sympraxis Team coordinated with great success the 26th International Symposium for the Biology and Conservation of Sea Turtles, hosting 700 scientists from 78 countries. Dimitris Margaritoulis, Former President, International Sea Turtle Society