The new site of LRSU Laboratory is on air.
LRSU was recently admitted as Associated Partner of the ESFRI (European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructure) Roadmap for world-class Research Infrastructure, as part of the ACTRIS 2 Project (EU Horizon 2020).
Prof. Alex PAPAYANNIS was elected President of the ICLAS (International Coordination group for Laser Atmospheric Studies) (2015-2021)
Continuous Atmospheric and Air Pollution Measurements, Monitoring of Aerosol, Ozone and Water Vapor using LIDAR/DIAL systems, Real-time data analysis and visualization services, Software development/lidar data processing algorithms, Installation, Upgrade and Re-location of LIDAR/DIAL systems, etc.
Stavros received his Diploma in Applied Physics from the School of Applied Mathematics and Physical Sciences at the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), where he had the opportunity to specialize in Statistics and Mathematics for Computer Science. He holds a PhD in Earth Sciences & Environmental Engineering from the French Ecole Polytechnique (X) in Paris, and a Master’s Degree in Meteorology, Atmospheric Physics and Remote Sensing of the Atmosphere (OACOS) from the University of Pierre and Marie Curie (UPMC, Paris VI, France).
For his PhD, he worked at the Laboratoire de Météorologie Dynamique (LMD) where he participated in various research programs most notably on the following topics:
His dissertation was titled “Relative impact of mineral & forest-fires aerosols in the air-quality of the Euro-Mediterranean”.
Stavros joined ENVISA in March 2014. At ENVISA, he has been mainly involved in the development of EUROCONTROL’s Open-ALAQS, an emissions inventory tool for airports. Moreover, he provides technical support to several other research projects, which are initiated by the European Commission, EUROCONTROL and/or EASA with the objective of reducing the environmental impact of aviation.