Short Term Scientific Missions

Short Term Scientific Missions (STSM) are Exchange Visits aimed at strengthening the existing networks by allowing individual scientists to go to an institution or laboratory in other COST country to foster collaboration, to learn new techniques or gain access to specific instruments and/or methods not available in their own institutions. The list of countries involved in CyberParks can be seen at STSM proposals can be accepted only from and to these countries.

The selection of STSM applicants is based on the scientific scope of the STSM application that must be in line with the CyberParks objectives. The applications by Early Career Investigators (ECI) and PhD students/candidates are privileged.


Approved Short Scientific Missions

Name Dates Topic
Francesco Bagni
Too Design Consultancy (Reggio Emilia, IT)
Febr 26 to March 4, 2018 Use of ICT for civic interaction and co-management of heritage public open space
Tatiana Ruchinskaya
J T Environmental Consultants ltd, Willingham, UK
March 1 to March 31, 2018 Building Urban Resilience of Public Places in Volos (Greece). Perspectives and possibilities of related contribution of digital tools.
Maria Kikidou
Place Identity
March 14 to March 26, 2018 Support in Research and Communication of CyberParks Final Conference
Eleni Oureilidou
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
march 10, 2018 to April 4, 2018 Social Resilience Digital Tools assessing Refugee Shocks in the Urban Open Spaces of “arrival neighborhoods” in Thessaloniki
Roberto Pierdicca
Università Politecnica delle Marche
04 to 16 February, 2018 CyberParks reflections: opportunities, limitations, lesson learnt
Tamara Radić
Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade, Serbia
28.11 to 07.12.2017 Mapping of Social Interactions of Teenagers in Urban Public Spaces in the Neighbourhood of Alvalade - Lisbon case study
Nataša Rebernik
Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia
Aug 25, to Sept 25, 2017 The use of digital tools, ethnography and behavioural mapping to enhance the understanding of public space users, their uses, behaviours, perceptions and attitudes towards public spaces. What makes public spaces truly inclusive?
Eneko Osaba
Deusto Institute of Technology, University of Deusto, Bilbao, Spain
March 27 to April 07, 2017 Content and layout design for a mobile application, paired with sensors installed in Parco del Cardeto, Ancona, Italy.
Meltem Sentürk Asıldeveci
Bauhaus University Weimar
March 24 to April 07, 2017 Picturing Meeting Places in the Age of Ubiquitous Mobile Technologies
Monica Bocci
Università Politecnica delle Marche Dipartimento di Scienze Agrarie, Alimentari e Ambientali (D3A)- Ancona- Italy
Febr 13 to Febr 25, 2017 CYBERPARKS: understandings and insights of Lisbon events
Anna Khromova
University College Cork, Cork - Ireland,
October 30th to November 11th, 2016 Apply a methodology of collecting and organizing data using classical and digital approach, managing the collected information from the planners’ point of view.
Xavier Albacete
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Geography Department
November 7th to November 30th, 2016 The conflict of uses of public spaces between tourists and locals. A time-based visualization of uses and characterization of the users.
Barbora Čakovská
Slovak Agricultural University in Nitra, Nitra (SK)
October 27th to November 2nd, 2016 Applicability of the Way Cyberpark digital tool, as a design tool for Landscape architects in Slovakia.
Kinga Kimic
Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW, Department of Landscape Architecture, Warsaw (PL)
02.09.2016 to 19.06.2016 Possibilities of ICT application in development of public parks programmes
Hélène Veiga Gomes,
School Of Architecture, Aristotle University Of Thessaloniki,
March 25th, 2016 to April 7th, 2016 Mediated Urban Landscape: reflecting the impacts, challenges and outcomes of the participants in CyberParks’s Training School
Fiona McDermott
Trinity College Dublin
April 7th to 13th, 2016 Collaborative design and citizen engagement - methods and practices for the development of ICT and public space projects
Eneko Osaba
Deusto Institute of Technology, University of Deusto, Bilbao (ES)
April 11th to 24th, 2016 Spatial evaluation of four neighbourhoods within the Capital city of Valletta, Malta, using the App WAY-CyberParks
Roberto Pierdicca
Università Politecnica delle Marche
March 13th to 20th, 2016 Integration of an Augmented Reality module within the WAY-Cyberpark app
Philip Bonanno
University of Malta. Msida (MT)
March 3rd to 11th, 2016 Developing Mobile Learning Experiences using the App Way CyberParks.
Catarina Patrício Leitão
Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias, Lisboa (PT)
October 26th to 30th, 2015 Visual rhetoric of smart cities: Between theoretical approach and an artistic practice for the conceptualization of the city through ICT.
Jugoslav Jokovic
Faculty of Electronic Engineering, University of Nis, Nis(RS)
May 23rd to May 31st, 2015 Propagation and distribution of electromagnetic field from ICT devices in public spaces
Petja Ivanova-Radovanova
Association for Integrated Development and Sustainability, Sofia (BU)
May 17th to May 24th, 2015 Pre-defined literature study on the relations between ICT and experience of public space
Alfonso Bahillo
University of Deusto, Bilbao (ES)
May 11th – May 31st, 2015 Improving the Way-CyberParks Monitoring Tool: Augmented Reality and Behavioural Mapping
Avgi Vassi
National Technical University of Athens (GR)
May 1st – May 24th, 2015 Building the profile of CyberParks users
Michiel de Lange
Utrecht University, Utrecht (NL)
March 24th - April 2nd, 2015 The Playful City: play and games for citizen participation in the smart city
Monika Domanowska
Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Warsaw (PL)
Jan 24th – Febr 23rd, 2015 How do we catch the unsatisfied demand of people visiting public spaces?
Elena Masala
SiTI - Higher Insitute on Territorial Systems for Innovation, Torino (IT)
Jan 12th – Febr 20th 2015 Capturing movements and opinions in urban open spaces through the analysis of user generated data
Tiago Duarte
Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias, Lisboa (PT)
Nov 19th – Nov 28th, 2014 The importance of new technologies in the study of public spaces