Day 1 – Good news: WP3 has been successfully completed!

10 July 2023

Three full and intense days lie behind us. It is now two weeks since our consortium meeting in Bari, organised by our partner ISPA. It is time to look back and reflect on what we have achieved.

PHENOLEXA Consortium Meeting in Bari – Day 1

The first day of the Consortium Meeting started with a warm welcome from ISPA. We were welcomed with open arms and immediately felt welcome and motivated to work together on our project tasks. After Marge Vaikjärv from Civitta gave us a short introduction to the meeting process and objectives, we were immediately immersed in the work of WP3 Technology lab-scale development and verification. Magdalena Olkiewicz (Eurecat), Kevin Léonard and Camille Malterre (Celabor) and Andrei Malkov (Loughborough University) presented the progress and results of the WP.

Good news: WP3 has been successfully completed!

This means that all of the planned objectives and tasks in this work package have been achieved and that we will be able to use the results achieved in the other work packages. This achievement is a very important step for the project as a whole.

Phenolexa partner map

In the evening it was time to go on a city tour of Bari together. With a knowledgeable guide, we explored the winding streets and historic squares of the old town. It was a wonderful opportunity to get to know the city and its cultural treasures, as well as bringing the team closer together. As we strolled through the charming streets, we had time to share, connect and get to know each other better.

The first day of our consortium meeting was a success on many levels. Not only did we have the opportunity to complete WP3 and celebrate the results, but we also got to know each other better as a team and strengthened our collaboration. With a sense of achievement and anticipation of what was to come, we retired for a well-deserved evening and prepared for the next day.

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