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Constantinos Timinis

Organiser/Trainer

In 2016, he was the national winner of FameLab Cyprus and the “Audience Vote Winner” of the FameLab International in Cheltenham, UK! Already counting seven FameLab appearances with topics that arise from various scientific fields, he has taken up various opportunities to engage with science communication. He strongly believes that science should not follow any norms and most importantly has nothing to do with the "who" explains, but rather with the "how" is being understood!

Constantinos has a BSc in Computer Engineering and a minor degree in Biomedical Engineering. Fulfilling his childhood dream, he is now attending a Master’s program at the Medical School of Athens. In addition, he is currently the Outreach Activities Coordinator of the KIOS Research and Innovation Center of Excellence.

In 2016, he was the national winner of FameLab Cyprus and the “Audience Vote Winner” of the FameLab International in Cheltenham, UK! Already counting seven FameLab appearances with topics that arise from various scientific fields, he has taken up various opportunities to engage with science communication.

First, he served as a Social Media Coordinator for the SciCo’s project “Mind the Lab”, as a Social Media Coordinator & Web Editor in Athens Science Festival and as the Web Manager in Mediterrenean Science Festival. He was selected by the British Council France to serve as a Mentor in the 1st School-Lab France, guiding 8 teams of students and delivering a 1-day workshop in Lille, France. Constantinos was also served as Mentor in the 1st School-Lab Cyprus, where one of his teams won the competition.

In 2017, he was approved by the Youth Board in Cyprus and the Ministry of Education and Culture in Cyprus to receive funding for organising the “How to K.I.S.S. better in Science!” Conference under the “Students in Action” programme.

He strongly believes that science should not follow any norms and most importantly has nothing to do with the “who” explains, but rather with the “how” is being understood!