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The Institute of Earth Systems maintains its involvement in scientific research as an essential complement to its capacity-building mission. Through its participation in international consortia, the IES collaborates with a variety of research and academic institutions, together with practitioners and stakeholders in relevant fields.

Members of staff who are  considering putting together a new project proposal are encouraged to contact the University’s Project Support Team, which has been set up in order to facilitate the process of participating in externally funded projects, for assistance relating to administrative and financial procedures. Please click here for more information.

Details of large-scale projects in which the IES presently participates as a partner, as well as details of past projects, are available below.

Ongoing projects:

Past projects:

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