Successful kick off meeting for the UNCHARTED project!

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Last 7th February, the UNCHARTED partners held their first meeting in Paris.

10 partners, from 7 EU Countries, presented their work packages and they worked in a positive and functional way going through the main technical and logistic issues and preparing the floor for a future profitable cooperation.

The occasion was good also for planning the first UNCHARTED workshop that will be held in Porto, on April 22-24 2021 and will be used to hold several further organizational meetings.

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