On the 7th and 8th of May, the members of the HEAR-EU consortium have met for the last plenary meeting during the life of the project.
This time the venue has been the campus of Universitat Pompeu Fabra at Barcelona's technology and innovation district "22@". The meeting has been a key tool for all the partners to report and follow the updates regarding the lastest advances of the project and the validation of the results.
The MedEl headquarters in Innsbruck were the venue selected for the last HEAR-EU consortium meeting this past 22 and 23 of October.
The partners were welcomed by Claude Jolly and Pavel Mistrik from MedEl. During the meeting all partners discussed the status of the project and reviewerd the work completed in the work packages of the project. Finally the tasks to be done in the next 6 months were stated by all the partners.
Members of the HEAR-EU consortium have met at Scanco headquarters in Brüttisellen, near Zürich, on the 20 and 21 of March.
After a welcome and an introduction to the company by Bruno Koller, CEO of Scanco Medical, and a tour of the Scanco offices, the partners reviewed the current status and updates related to the project's Work Packages.
After stating the actions to perform during the next six month period, and the closing remarks from Prof. Miguel A. Gonzalez Ballester, several partners engaged on technical discussions regarding several aspects of project-related work.
Prof. Miguel A. González Ballester was in charge of this presentation, as one of the invited speakers at the special session on SME involvement in European research projects. The event was held on Brussels, on November 22th, 2013.
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The project's partners reviewed the progress achieved on the last 6 months of the project
Members of the HEAR-EU met at Danmarks Tekniske Universitet (DTU) where they were introduced to the institution by DTU Compute's vice-director Prof. Jan Madsen.
In this plenary meeting we had guests from the SIFEM project Prof. Thanos Bibas and Prof. Robert Stark, who presented the SIFEM project to the HEAR-EU partners. Both projects will benefit from further collaborations.
Among the sessions covering the work package progress, Prof. Rasmus Paulsen conduced a guided tour through the research facilities of DTU's Compute. The plenary meeting finished with an overview on future work and on next actions to perform during the following 6 months.