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Recording of the main Cypriot findings


Cypriot Team

Dr Yiannis Laouris, head of the CNTI has an MD and PhD in neuroscience (Germany), an MS in Systems Engineering (USA). Laouris pioneers in the application of the Structured Dialogic Design process in the Cyprus and the Middle East peace processes as tool to explore complex problems and to accelerate social change. He has published more than 50 papers in peered reviewed journals and contributed chapters.


Tao Papaioannou is an associate professor and Head of the Department of Communications at the University of Nicosia. She worked at the National Geographic Society of America and also studied and taught in the Department of Communication, University of Arizona. She has received a number of grants from the EU/Cyprus Institute and has collaborated with the Cyprus Neuroscience and Technology Institute since 2013.


Mrs. Elena Aristodemou, a researcher at CNTI, has a BSc in Psychology and an MSc in Psychological Research Methods. Her interests are in learning disabilities, cognitive neuroscience and dangers of the internet. She currently coordinates the CyberEthics Safer Internet Hotline, and two research projects that investigate online dangers and changing parental perceptions about relevant dangers utilizing Web 3.0 tools such as Second Life. Elena leads the research within the CyberEthics Center.


Dr. Aysu Arsoy is currently Assistant Professor at the Eastern Mediterranean University in the Deparment of New Media Studies from where she also received her PhD. Her BSc was in Computer Science and Educational Technologies. She served as Coordinator of Safer Internet activities within the Turkish speaking population in Cyprus. Aysu appears regularly in live TV programs on relevant issues and promotes safer internet in schools and other public spaces.


Dr. Skevi Demetriou is a researcher and a practising elementary school teacher with the Cyprus Ministry of Education and Culture.. She currently teaches a course on Ethics and New Media at the Department of Communications and Internet Studies of the Cyprus University of Technology. She is a Research Associate of the Cyprus Neuroscience and Technology Institute since February 2014.



Yiannis Laouris
Cyprus Neuroscience & Technology Institute
Science Unit of the Future Worlds Center
5 Promitheos,
1065 Lefkosia
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