CoBRAIN 1st Review Meeting in Brussels

CoBRAIN reached a significant milestone on July 4th with the successful Review Meeting held at the Emilia-Romagna region’s delegation offices in Brussels. The meeting marked a pivotal moment for the project, where partners convened to present the remarkable progress and achievements attained thus far. 

The Review Meeting provided an invaluable opportunity for partners to showcase their dedication and hard work over the past months. Presentations delivered by each partner highlighted the substantial advancements made across various aspects of the project, from research and development to dissemination and exploitation strategies. 

Feedback received from the Project Officer and reviewer underscored the quality and impact of CoBRAIN’s endeavors. Both expressed satisfaction with the project’s progress and praised the partners for their exemplary work. Their positive remarks serve as a testament to the dedication and professionalism exhibited by the entire CoBRAIN team. 

Looking ahead, the success of the Review Meeting sets a solid foundation for the project’s future endeavors. With momentum on their side, partners remain steadfast in their pursuit of excellence, driven by the shared goal of advancing materials science and technology for the benefit of society. 

As CoBRAIN continues its journey, we extend our gratitude to all partners for their hard work and dedication. Together, we are shaping the future of materials research and innovation, one milestone at a time. Stay tuned for more updates as we embark on the next phase of our journey towards success. 

CoBRAIN project has officially launched!

On 24th – 25th of January EXELISIS participated in the hybrid kick-off meeting, of the CoBRAIN project, hosted by UNIMORE in Modena of Italy. CoBRAIN is a HorizonEU project funded by the EU under the topic Advanced materials modelling and characterisation. 

EXELISIS is leading activities related to IPR Management and Dissemination & Communication activities under WP7, which were presented along with some guidelines for a successful D&C strategy. 

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