Christos Theocharidis holds a BSc in Forestry from the Department of Forestry and Management of the Environment and Natural Resources of the Democritus University of Thrace. He holds a Master’s degree (MSc) in “Geoinformatics and Geospatial Technologies.” from the Department of Civil Engineering and Geomatics of the Cyprus University of Technology. His master’s thesis deals with the observation, processing and analysis of biogeochemical and natural marine products through satellite remote sensing and geographic information systems. He worked in various funded research projects like – “ASTARTE” (EXCELLENCE/0918/0341), “ESA-CROSS” (CY3_11 / Contract 4000131190), “ESA-CROSS-II (CY4_14 / Contract 4000135546)”, project FPCUP (Framework Partnership Agreement on Copernicus User Uptake), Action 2018-1-96 “Copernicus promotion for EDUCATION (Schools and Young Researchers)”, SGA grant no. 2019/SI2.819207/06. Currently, he is working as a postgraduate research associate and is a PhD Candidate in the field of Earth Observation and Remote Sensing. He specialised in time-series analysis with radar and multi-band for understanding forest density and phenological changes while he also looked into crop classifications. For his doctoral dissertation, he reads about active and optical remote sensing to monitor forest health, identifying possible abrupt changes in forest phenology which may be due to various environmental, climatic, and anthropogenic factors.