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RAMONES 2nd workshop in Athens

The 2nd workshop of RAMONES project was conducted in Athens during 17-18/01/2024 and proved to be a resounding success. During this event, we engaged in meaningful discussions surrounding different aspects of our project, including the progress of our instruments, forthcoming tests, and our overarching accomplishments. We had insightful talks about the recommendations and remarks for...

POIS2ON: The innovative forecasting support system of RAMONES project

One of the RAMONES EU project innovations is the “POIS2ON” that stands for ‘PrOtotype Information System for SOcioecoNomic stakeholders’ designed by our partner Prof. Konstantinos Nikolopoulos (UDUR). This forecasting support system is a distributed Repository for recorded time series that forecast the aggregated time series with statistical and machine learning methods. It will also include...

RAMONES collaborates with SANTORY in the field

The first close monitoring of the active submarine volcano Kolumbo, north of Santorini island, was achieved! A total of three oceanographic cruises were performed as part of our sister research project SANTORY with main objective to deploy various innovative instruments near the seabed inside the underwater volcano Kolumbo. The active hydrothermal vent system of Kolumbo (vents at...

RAMONES in SEGH 2023 Conference

RAMONES EU is present in the SEGH2023 – 38th International Conference on Geochemistry and Health! On day 3 the Session 3 continued with more innovative data collection methods, from field sampling to Artificial Intelligence. Our team member Konstantina Pyrgaki eagerly presented our poster entitled “Fusing marine radioactivity mapping and geochemical data using state-of-the-art GIS technology“!...

2nd RAMONES webinar “Autonomous Marine Robotics for Collaborative Radioactivity Mapping”

The 2nd RAMONES webinar with title “Autonomous Marine Robotics for Collaborative Radioactivity Mapping” was organized on May 3rd, 2023. The keynote speaker was RAMONES partner Dr. David Cabecinhas (IST-ID, Lisbon) who eagerly presented the work that has been done in the WP2 of our project! Watch the video on the following link and learn more...

Our new “superweapon” is ready for marine exploration

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...

RAMONES @LARSyS Annual Meeting

The RAMONES project was presented at the 2022 LARSyS Annual Meeting, held in the Sciences Academy of Lisbonon July 14. The scope of the project was analysed and the instruments that will be developed were presented in a brief overview.

RAMONES and NODSSUM: a collaboration for the oceans

Article by RAMONES partner, Prof. Javier Escartín A project to investigate the fate of radioactive waste dumped in the North-East Atlantic abyssal plains is the focus of a CNRS Journal article (https://lejournal.cnrs.fr/articles/atlantique-sur-la-piste-des-futs-radioactifs). NODSSUM plans to deploy a new deep-sea AUV developed by IFREMER (France), Ulyx, and that will be part of the French Oceanographic Fleet,...

Detecting radioactivity in the environment: new sensors, new opportunities

Ever since the discovery of radioactivity by Henri Becquerel in the late 19th century, understanding radioactivity has relied heavily on the use of new technology for its detection and measurement. Studying the properties of radioactivity over the years revealed an elusive subatomic world escaping our human senses and laying the foundation to formulate quantum mechanics....

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