Agenda for Midterm Review - Iramis

Agenda for Midterm Review - Iramis

Agenda for the ICONIC Midterm Review Meeting 9.00-9.10: Introduction: short introduction by REA representative and Coordinator 9.10-9.30: Tour de tabl...

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Agenda for the ICONIC Midterm Review Meeting 9.00-9.10: Introduction: short introduction by REA representative and Coordinator 9.10-9.30: Tour de table: each scientist-in-charge briefly presents their research team and describe their role in the network 9.30-10.15: Coordinator’s report: by Network Coordinator and Training Coordinator 10.15-10.40: Coffee / tea Fellows’ individual reports: 10.40-10.50: Chandan Bishwakarma / Bin Yan (Nijmegen) 10.50-11.00: Aneta Smolkowska (Amolf) 11.00-11.10: Dimitrios Sofikitis / Mohammad Fanood (VU Amsterdam) 11.10-11.25: Dimitrios Zaouris / Ondrej Tkac / Andreas Wenge (Bristol) 11.25-11.35: Jadwiga Milkiewicz (Leeds) 11.35-12.00: Coffee / tea 12.00-12.15: Balazs Hornung / Benjamin Winter / James Bull (Oxford) 12.15-12.25: ESR Innsbruck 12.25-12.35: Mikael Eklund (Freiburg) 12.35-12.45: Jaroslav Kocisek (Prague) 12.45-12.55: Andreas Kartakoullis / Pavle Glodic (Iraklion) 13.00-14.00: Lunch 14.00-14.10: Gloria Spighi (Saclay) 14.10-14.20: David Staedter (Toulouse) 14.20-14.30: RoentDek 14.30-15.00: Management Discussion (recruitment, work plan, time table, finances) 15.00-15.30: Coffee / tea 15.30-16.30: Individual Meeting between the fellows and the REA representative 16.30-17.30: Open discussion Dinner