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  • DISCO2030 | Second General Assembly

    By EWF - 16th and 17th November 2023

    On the 16th and 17th of November, the Second General Assembly of the #DISCO2030 Project convened in Garching near Munich, Germany.

    The consortium of the DISCO2030 initiative assembled to deliberate upon the advancement of the project and outline prospective endeavours. The assembly also featured workshops focused on use-cases that played a pivotal role in the project's evolution, fostering interdisciplinary collaboration and ideation among consortium members.

  • The discussions encompassed the project's outcomes and delineated strategies that will facilitate its future progression, yielding highly productive outcomes.

    Day 1: Lab Tour and Use Case Progress:
    The first day kicked off with an insightful lab tour, offering a firsthand look at the innovative work being conducted. The focus was on the progress of our diverse use cases, each contributing to the overarching goals of the Disco2030 project. Participants delved into discussions, sharing updates and insights that highlighted the strides we're making in pushing the boundaries of technology.

    Day 2: Use-Case Workshops and Administrative Matters:
    The momentum continued into the second day, where the General Assembly turned its attention to use-case workshops and addressing general administrative issues. The collaborative spirit was palpable as participants engaged in in-depth discussions, fostering an environment of idea exchange and problem-solving. These sessions played a crucial role in shaping the future trajectory of the Disco2030 project.

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