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CORE ITN Day at Summer School

CORE ITN Day at Summer School on Friday 7 July 2017

This event is for CORE ITN members only.  [download programme and further information]

08.00-09.00

Steering Committee meeting [for beneficiary partners only]

09.00-09.10

Welcome

09:10-10:40

Poster SessionESR Individual Projects, Model systems - Supervisory Board ESRs, Industrial Toolbox Committee ESRs and Dissemination Committee ESRs

10.40-11.00

Coffee

11.00-11.20

Presentation Associate Partner – Dr Claus-Peter Niesert, Merck KGaA

11.20-12.20

In parallel the meetings of Research work packages [industrial toolbox], Associate partners are free to choose to attend the meeting they are most interested in:

 

  • WP3 Towards Continuous
  • WP4 Hybrid Resolution
  • WP5 Enabling Resolution

https://www.coreitn.eu/research_themes.htm

12.00-13.30   

Lunch

13.30-13.50 

Evaluation session for ESRs [led by Claire Lynch] – The ESRs will have their own private session to generally discuss successes, strengths and weaknesses of the Network to date. The outcome of these evaluation sessions will be reported to the CORE Steering Committee, who will act on the reported issues.

13.50-14.30

Work Package Committee Meetings in parallel [Associate partner are free to choose to attend the meeting they are most interested in]:

14.30-15.10

Model Compounds and CORE Toolbox discussion 

15.10-16.00

Poster session – ESR Individual Projects, Model systems - Supervisory Board ESRs, Industrial Toolbox Committee ESRs and Dissemination Committee ESRs

16:00-17.00

Close and drinks reception


Venue
Huygens Building (Heyendaalseweg 135) of the Faculty of Science, Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands. 

Travel information to Radboud University, Nijmegen


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