Meeting

1ST MEETING – ROME (ITALY) – 2-4 FEBRUARY 2015

Topic
Opening conference and planning meetings

Location
Rome, Ministry of Education, viale Trastevere 74/A

Duration
2 nd – 4 th February 2015

Participants
Applicant/Beneficiary 
Carlo Anti School (Italy): Claudio Pardini, Lauretta Zoccatelli, Chiara Tacconi
Partners
MIUR (Italy): Anna Brancaccio, Massimo Esposito
University of Roma Tre (Italy): Settimio Mobilio, Carlo Meneghini
University of Turin (Italy): Marina Marchisio
Academy of Sciences (Italy): Alberto Conte, Chiara Mancinelli
Confindustria Vicenza (Italy): Isabella Tosatto, Anna Tombesi
TU Delft (Netherlands): Metha Keijzer-De-Ruijter
Chalmers Univesity Goteborg (Sweden): Jan Stevens, Stefan Lemurell
St. Thomas Gymnasium (Germany): Ulrike Kempfle, Gunther Schindler
Radnoti School Pecs (Hungary): Andrea Banò, Marta Zsbanné Hamory

Agenda
Cultural visit to the National Roman Museum
National Roman Museum

Contributions:

Report on the 1st International Meeting

 

2ND MEETING – TU DELFT (NETHERLANDS) – 11-13 MARCH 2015

Topic
Presentation of training modules and materials; planning of activities

Location
TU Delft (Netherlands)

Duration
11th – 13th March 2015

Participants
Applicant/Beneficiary
Carlo Anti School (Italy): Claudio Pardini, Lauretta Zoccatelli and Chiara Tacconi
Partners
MIUR (Italy): Anna Brancaccio and Massimo Esposito
University of Roma Tre (Italy): Settimio Mobilio and Carlo Meneghini
University of Turin (Italy): Marina Marchisio
Academy of Sciences (Italy): Alberto Conte
Confindustria Vicenza (Italy): no representatives taking part in the meeting
TU Delft (Netherlands): Meta Keijzer-De-Ruijter
Chalmers University Goteborg (Sweden): Jan Stevens
St. Thomas Gymnasium (Germany): Ulrike Kempfle and Stephan Markthaler
Radnoti School Pecs (Hungary): Marta Zsbanné Hamory and Kajline Somogyi Ildiko

Contributions:

Report on the 2nd International Meeting

 

3RD MEETING –  Gothenburg (SVEDEN) – 4 – 6 MAY 2015 

Topic
Planning of activities; presentation of training modules and materials and of the Project platform; financial issues

Location
Chalmers University – Gothenburg (Sweden)

Duration
4 th – 6 th May 2015

Participants
Applicant/Beneficiary
Carlo Anti School (Italy): Claudio Pardini, Lauretta Zoccatelli and Chiara Tacconi
Partners
MIUR (Italy): Anna Brancaccio
University of Roma Tre (Italy): Settimio Mobilio and Carlo Meneghini
University of Turin (Italy): Marina Marchisio
Academy of Sciences (Italy): Alberto Conte
Confindustria Vicenza (Italy): no representative taking part in the meeting
TU Delft (Netherlands): Meta Keijzer-De-Ruijter
Chalmers University Gothenburg (Sweden): Jan Stevens, Stephan Lemurell and Tommy Gustaffson
St. Thomas Gymnasium (Germany): Elisabeth Mayr and Stephan Markthaler
Radnoti School Pecs (Hungary): no representative taking part in the meeting

Contributions:

Report on the 3rd International Meeting

 

DISSEMINATION  PROJECT RESULTS – TU NEW YORK (NY) – 15 -17 JUNE 2015

Academy of Sciences  and  University of Turin: slide show

 

4TH MEETING –  PECS (HUNGARY) – 6 – 9 SEPTEMBER 2015 

Topics
Examination of the results of the training in the schools. Validation of all the results and materials produced during the first project year. Analysis of the risks, weaknesses and strengths of the project.

Location
Radnoti School – Pécs (Hungary)

Duration
6 th – 9 th September 2015

Participants
Applicant/Beneficiary
Carlo Anti School (Italy): Claudio Pardini, Lauretta Zoccatelli and Chiara Tacconi
Partners
MIUR (Italy): Massimo Esposito
University of Roma Tre (Italy): Carlo Meneghini
University of Turin (Italy): Marina Marchisio
Academy of Sciences (Italy): Chiara Mancinelli
Risorse in Crescita (Italy): no representative taking part in the meeting
TU Delft (Netherlands): Meta Keijzer-De-Ruijter
Chalmers University Gothenburg (Sweden): Jan Stevens
St. Thomas Gymnasium (Germany): Adelheid Hochstatter-Nitsche and Stephan Markthaler
Radnoti School Pécs (Hungary): Andrea Banò, Marta Zsbanné Hamory and Kajline Somogyi Ildiko

Contributions:

Report on the 4th International Meeting

 

5TH MEETING – GUNZBURG (GERMANY) – 15 – 17 FEBRUARY 2016

Topic
Analysis of intermediate products and results

Location
Günzburg (Germany)

Duration
15th – 17th February 2016

Participants
Applicant/Beneficiary
Carlo Anti School (Italy): Claudio Pardini, Lauretta Zoccatelli and Chiara Tacconi
Partners
MIUR (Italy): Anna Brancaccio and Massimo Esposito
University of Roma Tre (Italy): Carlo Meneghini
University of Turin (Italy): Marina Marchisio
Academy of Sciences (Italy): Chiara Mancinelli
Risorse in Crescita (Italy): no representative taking part in the meeting
TU Delft (Netherlands): Meta Keijzer-De-Ruijter
Chalmers University Gothenburg (Sweden): Jan Stevens
St. Thomas Gymnasium (Germany): Albert Reile, Stephan Markthaler and Ulrike Kempfle
Radnoti School Pécs (Hungary): Andrea Banò, Marta Zsbanné Hamory and Kajline Somogyi Ildiko

Contributions:

Report on the 5th International Meeting

 

6TH MEETING – TURIN (ITALY) – 10 – 12 OCTOBER 2016

Topic:
Final meeting. Evaluation of all the project products and results. Final conference

Location:
Turin (Italy)

Duration:
10th – 12th October 2016

Participants:
       Applicant/Beneficiary:
Carlo Anti School (Italy): Claudio Pardini, Lauretta Zoccatelli and Chiara Tacconi
      Partners:
MIUR (Italy): Anna Brancaccio and Massimo Esposito
University of Roma Tre (Italy): Settimio Mobilio and Carlo Meneghini
University of Turin (Italy): Marina Marchisio
Accademia delle Scienze (Italy): Chiara Mancinelli and Alberto Conte
Risorse in Crescita (Italy): Anna Tombesi and Isabella Tosatto (Confindustria)
TU Delft (Netherlands): Meta Keijzer-De-Ruijter and Michel Beerens
Chalmers University Gothenburg (Sweden): Jan Stevens
St. Thomas Gymnasium (Germany): Günther Besold and Ulrike Kempfle
Radnoti School Pécs (Hungary): Andrea Banò, Marta Zsbanné Hamory and Kajline Somogyi Ildiko

Contributions:

Report on the 6th International Meeting

 

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