The mid-term meeting of the Phoenix Project, funded by the H2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie action, took place in Dubrovnik on 29-30 June, back to back with the eseia International Summer School 2017, hosted by the University of Zagreb. Progresses achieved in the project, as well as the solutions for the key issues that speed up secondment agreements were discussed with Oscar Perez-Punzano, EC Project Officer.
Priority was given to fostering staff exchanges amongst members. Despite delays encountered, the Consortium was able to demonstrate its commitment to achieving project results. New members are invited to join the Consortium in the next months. The newcomers will bring about positive changes in the Consortium by creating new opportunities and increasing the number of exchanges.
Phoenix Review Meeting with Oscar Perez-Punzano, EC Project Officer, 29-30 June, Dubrovnik, Croatia.
The Phoenix project is an international, interdisciplinary, cross-sectorial project, bringing together EU partners, 5 companies and 9 academic organisations, and two Third-Country academic partners to enhance its collective research excellence and create new, research trainings in key disciplines that support the provision of bio-energy.
Contact Person for the Phoenix Project:
Aigul Murat kyzy
eseia Project Assistant