Ilona Faustova represented DIGIBIO teaming project on the 2nd European Teaming Conference, hosted by InnoRenew CoE. Conference brought together representatives from all 45 active Teaming projects. The primary objective of the conference was to promote the exchange of knowledge, cultivate sustainable networks, and enhance communication with the European Commission.
During the event, European Commission representatives underscored their commitment to project sustainability through periodic reporting and introduced innovative widening instruments designed to bolster Teaming projects.
The conference showcased panels where seasoned partners openly discussed their experiences in recruiting and retaining highly skilled researchers. Specialized sessions delved into the pivotal role of Centers of Excellence within the European research landscape. Parallel sessions offered participants the opportunity to collaborate based on their project’s specific focus, spanning diverse fields such as materials, physics, digital technology, biotech, agriculture, health, environment, culture, and education.
Additionally, participants visited InnoRenew CoE’s cutting-edge research laboratories. The conference culminated in a special ceremony commemorating the successful conclusion of the InnoRenew project.