In accordance with the procedures laid down in the LifeWatch ERIC Statutes in regards to the working calendars, and after checking agendas with the European Commission services, we are delighted to announce you that the 1st General Assembly of LifeWatch ERIC will take place in Seville (Spain) on 8-9 May 2017.
More specific details about the working agenda and logistics will be distributed in the coming days.
The EGI-LifeWatch Competence Center has organized a workshop in Santander to analyze the progress in the Esfri construction, as well as to discuss the next actions that might be taken in the next months. The meeting will take place from 2nd to 4th September at the Instituto de Física de Cantabria.
Crete, one of the most famous and impressive Greek island will host the next LifeWatch Stakeholders Board, which objective is to evaluate and report on job progress, comparing it with planned pathway. The meeting is going to take place the 7th and 8th of July in the Hellenic Centre for Marine Research facility, in the city of Heraklion.
A LifeWatch technical scientific workshop was held from 3rd to 5th of June at the premises of the Hellenic Center for Marine Research in Crete. The meeting, organised by the national node of LifeWatch in Greece, it was targeted to the design of a Marine Virtual Research Environment in the framework of LifeWatch ESFRI. More than 30 participants, representing 7 countries and 14 institutes convened to present their latest relevant developments, discuss next steps and explore further collaborations.
The Service Centre (Italy) will deal, in tight coordination with ICT-Core and Statutory Seat (Spain), with the provision of services to the user community so as to facilitate the infrastructure accessibility , giving information and support with a particular focus to scientists, fosters the user engagement in the services' development, draws new communities of interest to the infrastructure.
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