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In 2013, the Alcantara initiative supports six cooperative research projects based on TIGER achievements.

The Alcantara initiative is part of ESA's General Studies Programme and focuses on cooperation between research groups in Europe and those based elsewhere, in study areas of mutual benefit. Within the context of TIGER, Alcantara is supporting African scientists selected from the TIGER network to carry out research work for one year within European research institutes.

The following 6 Alcantara research projects have started at Delft University of Technology and the University of Twente (faculty ITC) in November 2012. The projects will be completed in March 2014.


Project title Scientists EU Partner
Definition of EO indicators for irrigation performance monitoring
(Morocco)
N. Akdim (Univ. Chouaib Doukkali)
Prof. Dr. M. Menenti
Dr. S.M. Alfieri

TUD
Monitoring of aquatic plants proliferation
(Lake Victoria, Kenya)
E. K. Cheruiyot (Univ. of Nairobi)
Prof. Dr. M. Menenti
Dr. B.G.H. Gorte
Dr. C. Mito Omulo (Univ. of Nairobi)

TUD
Water reservoir mapping
(Volta Basin, Ghana)
Mr. F.O. Annor (KNUST, Ghana)
Prof. Dr. N.C. van de Giesen
Dr. O.A.C. Hoes

TUD
Ecological modelling in the Nile delta
(Egypt)
Dr. H. Farag (ECRI, National Water Research Centre, Egypt)
Dr. M.S. Salama
Dr. C. van der Tol


ITC
Effects of land cover change on the hydrologic regime of Lunsemfwa river basin
(Zambia)
J. Kampata (IWRM Centre, University of Zambia)
Dr. T.H.M. Rientjes
Dr. J. Timmermans


ITC
Modelling river hydrodynamic and sediment transport processes in the Mara wetlands
(Tanzania)
J. Mtaba (Univ. Dar es Salaam)
Dr. Z. Vekerdy
Dr. R van der Velde

ITC