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ARDITI’s research mobilities within FORWARD


In November 2021, two researchers from ARDITI concluded their short mobilities with travel abroad (one in WP4/TWG8, to Canarias and one in WP5/TWG4, to Tallin).

Phd student Cátia Azevedo, from Oceanic Observatory of Madeira, was at Instituto de Oceanografia y Cambio Global (IOCAG), Las Palmas de Gran Canárias University, Gran Canaria, from 21st to 28th of November 2021. The principal aim of the training was to learn the necessary techniques to process the CO2 in-situ data, obtained during oceanographic campaigns. This activity was led by Professor Melchor Gonzalez-Davila, from IOCAG (right photo below).

Doctor Bongkeum Susana Jeong, from ITI (Interactive Technologies Institute – LARSyS), was at School of Digital Technologies, Tallinn University, in Estonia, from 22nd to 27th of November 2021. This STM had multiple goals: A project proposal meeting; participation in Workshop; participation in WUD2021 conference and a live event on the last day. This activity was led by Professor Mati Mõttus, from HCI Group of Tallinn University (left photo below).

From Dec 9th to Jan 13rd, three researchers from the Oceanic Observatory of Madeira are participating on an oceanographic campaign aboard Research Vessel Sonne from renowned organisation GEOMAR/Kiel. Other STMs and Advanced Training activities for ARDITI’s researchers and personnel are planned to the first trimester of 2022.