USR-NET logoThe kick-off meeting of the USR-NET project took place at the Faculty of Electronics of the University Politechnica of Bucharest (Romania) on the 14 and 15th of January. The event was attended by all members of the project consortium: Conexx-Europe (Belgium), Forum Trees (Belgium), Innovate 4 Future (Romania), Innovation Training Center (Spain), Instituto de Soldadura e Qualidade (Portugal), Militos Consulting (Greece), Universidad de Cádiz (Spain), Universidad de Roma La Sapienza (Italy) y VAMK, University of Applied Sciences (Finland).

During the meeting all partners had the opportunity to make a presentations of their organisations and expose details about their strategical position in relation to the project and so identify useful information for the completion of the project. The meeting agenda was organised around four items allowing to address all key aspects for the starting of the project:

  • Exposition and clarification of objectives, working plan and responsibilities
  • Review and agreement of administrative and financial aspects
  • Discussion and determination of first implementation actions
  • Presentation of the project dissemination and visibility resources by Militos Consulting.

The meeting was kept in a pleasant and friendly working atmosphere during which there were opportunities to exchange ideas for the best completion and use of project resources. Besides, all attendees had the opportunity to try local food during the meeting lunch and dinner, and opportunity also to discuss in more details some aspects of the project and to get to know each organisation better.

This meeting was organised and hosted by innovate 4 Future, supported by Conexx-Europe as the coordinator of the project. The next project partners meeting will take place in the city of Cádiz (Spain) at the end of summer 2016, hosted by the Universidad de Cádiz.

For more information about the project visit this link and the Facebook page of the project USR-NET European network of Socially Responsible universities.

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