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As part of the “International Geomorphology Week 2023” we would like to inform our followers of our upcoming field campaign in Milos Island. We plan to deploy our prototype instruments to carry out in situ measurements and collect samples for validation purposes in the shallow submarine hydrothermal vent system in the coastal area of SE...


NEWSHoliday wishes

21 December 2022

From all of the hard-working RAMONES team Happy and Joyful Holidays and a prosperous New Year 2023!


A dedicated Workshop on the latest developments of Environmental intelligence: Measuring and Communicating risks from Radioactivity in the Oceans was organised by the Senior Common Room of University College, the Institute of Hazard, Risk and Resilience Forecasting Lab together with Durham University Business School during the course of a day on 21 November 2022. The...


Ms Eleni Petra, our WP6 Leader, has represented RAMONES in the largest and most important Expo Event in Greece, Thessaloniki International Fair 2022. RAMONES’ stand attracted lots of visitors already from the very first day of the Fair, taking place between 10-18 September 2022, where they had the opportunity to get informed about the innovative...



10 September 2022

The Joint consortium of Environmental Intelligence, consisting of the five EIC-funded projects (i-Seed, ReSET, RAMONES, SmartLagoon and WatchPlant) has organised a Special Track on IT for Environmental Intelligence as part of the ACM International Conference on Information Technology for Social Good (GoodIT 2022). This is the second event of this series aiming to showcase the...


We are happy to announce the arrival to IST premises of the Slocum glider that we will be using for the RAMONES project. Rated to dive up to 1000 m deep, this vehicle is extremely efficient for long term deployments at sea. The RAMONES partners will add to this vehicle new sensors and acoustic modems...