The Cyprus Neuroscience & Technology Institute (CNTI) is a non-profit, non-Governmental, non-partisan independent Organization active in programs with future orientation in areas related to human brain-modern technology-social transformation and the repercussions of relevant research for humanity. CNTI was established in 1991 and currently has approximately 21 people working in its different departments: 18 full time staff (10 under 30 years of age), 3 part time (1 under 30) and 5 volunteers (all of them under 30). CNTI offers its young staff numerous possibilities to become active citizens in Cyprus and on a European level, to enhance their own capacities and to contribute to the organization and the shaping of the organization’s activities and projects. The proposed project will be managed by a senior staff member.

CNTI’s scope of projects involves the application of technology towards social transformation as well as bridging literacy, economic and digital divides. It is a supporter of IT education, scientific research and peace in the three continents around Cyprus. Moreover, CNTI aims at the sensitization, enlightenment and development of an active civil society in Cyprus. The organization implements the following related projects: 3 projects on Safer Internet, 2 research projects focusing on Web 2.0/Web 3.0 tools, a research project developing a multimedia learning environment. CNTI has extensive experience in coordinating, conducting, and supervising projects, trainings, conferences, and workshops beyond national boundaries with the use of modern technology for education. Its competencies are development of new educational models based on cognitive science and computing, world-wide operations focused on international development, and enhancement of inter-ethnic and international peace.

For more information you can visit CNTI's websites:

www.cnti.org.cy,

www.futureworlds.eu,

www.futureworldscenter.org

 

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