© 2017 by Columba-Hypatia team

Columba - Hypatia

Astronomy for Peace
 
 
 
 

THE TEAM

The project is a collaboration between GalileoMobile and the Association for Historical Dialogue and Research,with a dedicated team in Cyprus as well as numerous volunteers. Click on the links below to see all members of GalileoMobile and AHDR.

About AHDR

AHDR is an intercommunal organisation based in Cyprus whose mission is to contribute to the advancement of historical understanding amongst the public and more specifically children, youth and educators, by providing access to learning opportunities for individuals of every ability and every ethnic, religious, cultural and social background, based on the respect for diversity and the dialogue of ideas. Click here to learn more about the AHDR...

About GalileoMobile

GalileoMobile is a non-profit, itinerant, science education initiative that brings modern astronomy closer to young people around the world, with emphasis in regions that have little access to other outreach actions. The initiative was created in late 2008 inspired by the International Year of Astronomy 2009 (IYA2009) and is currently run by a crazy bunch of astronomers, educators, and science communicators. Click here to learn more about GalileoMobile and to see our team members!

Project Coordinators:

Francesca Fragkoudi 

Astrophysicist & science communicator, GalileoMobile steering committee member. Founder of the Columba-Hypatia project

Loizos Loukaides

AHDR Educational Programs Officer, Consultant on Education for a Culture of Peace, co-founder of Columba-Hypatia 

Trainers:

Natalie Christopher

Astrophysicist, science communicator & athlete

Ozlem Unver

Physics teacher, theoretical physicist

Yenal Ogmen

Maths teacher, Astronomer

Andreas Papadopoulos

Astrophysicist

SNAPS FROM OUR ACTIVITIES

 
 

PARTNERS

A huge thank you goes out to our partners who have supported us either through direct funding (IAU) or through donation of educational materials (UNAWE and ESO). We are also very greatful to Meade Instruments for donating telescopes to the project which will in turn be donated to the participating schools and to the Home for Cooperation!

 
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