May 14, 2020

Hard work these online meetings!

At certain moments during our two and a half day CS Track partner meeting held online from 4-6 May, we were 25 people from all over Europe discussing the progress of the project — and it was hard work! but we made it and managed to cover an in-depth programme of presentations and discussions that delved into the work that is going on across all project work packages. Work in the different areas of activity from research through to designing our survey and community platform has been moving ahead well despite the pandemic and we are looking forward to producing our first public outcomes in about 6 months’time. Needless to say the whole consortium hopes we can meet face to face the next time and we are already starting to make plans.

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