CaSToRC Internships

CaSToRC accepts applications for CaSToRC Internships at all times throughout the year. To express your interest for a CaSToRC Internship, please send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with subject "CaSToRC Internship".


Details of CaSToRC Interns of summer 2021 and what they are working on can be found below:

  • Charalambos Komodromos
    Supervisor: Constantia Alexandrou
    Project: Intern in HPC for the National HPC Competence Centre.

Details of CaSToRC Interns of summer 2020 and what they are working on can be found below:

  • Anastasia Polyviou
    Supervisor: Nikos Savva
    Project: Iterative solvers for nonlinear partial differential equations.
  • Anastasios Irakleous
  • Andrea Achilleos
  • Anthony Chazirakis
    Short Bio: Currently a PhD student at the Department of Applied Mathematics of the University of Crete
  • Dimitrios Katsagounos
    Supervisor: Andreas Gavrielides
    Project: Dimitris is assisting his supervisor with tasks related to multiple EU funded programmes under CaSToRC as well as general administrative duties.
    Short Bio: Studys Economics at University of Piraeus and former water polo player. Intern at CyI for the month of July 2020.
  • Eleanor Krige
    Supervisor: Nikos Savva
    Project: Parameter Estimation for Wetting Hydrodynamics using Machine Learning Techniques.
  • Floris Alexandrou
    Supervisor: Charalambos Chrysostomou
    Project: Unsupervised Feature Extraction of Protein Sequences using Advanced Machine Learning Methodologies.
  • Freddie Bartlett-Evans
  • Marios Panayi
    Supervisor: Charalambos Chrysostomou
    Project: Unsupervised Feature Extraction of Protein Sequences using Advanced Machine Learning Methodologies.
  • Panagiotis Georgiou
  • Petros Ellinas
    Supervisor: Charalambos Chrysostomou
    Project: Unsupervised Feature Extraction of Protein Sequences using Advanced Machine Learning Methodologies.
  • Savvas Shiakas
    Supervisor: Nikos Savva
    Project: Iterative solvers for nonlinear partial differential equations.
    Short Bio: I study Physics at the University of Cambridge and next year I will be working on my Master's degree. I am interested in computational Physics and eager to learn the techniques used today to solve complex problems.