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JERICO NEXT 2nd General Assembly

The 2nd General Assembly Week of JERICO-NEXT is taking place in Galway this week from 24th to 27th of September. 

 

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JERICO-NEXT is an EU H2020-funded infrastructure project, consolidating the coastal component of the European marine observing system, following the FP7.  The primary objective of this activity is to provide coordinated ‘free of charge’ trans-national access to researchers or research teams from academy and industry to original coastal infrastructures operated by the JERICO NEXT consortium. This access opportunity is expected to help building long-term collaborations between users and JERICO-NEXT partners, and to promote innovation and transfer of know-how in the coastal marine sector.

The project is comprised of 33 partners from 15 countries and is coordinated by IFREMER, French Research Institute for Exploitation of the Sea, France.

Hosted by the Marine Institute the four-day event will involve a number of work package meetings, poster presentation and will conclude with a general assembly meeting on Thursday 27th  September.

Further details about the project can be found here.