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Successful kick-off meeting of the eNOTICE project “European Network Of CBRN TraIning CEnters”

Successful kick-off meeting of the eNOTICE project “European Network Of CBRN TraIning CEnters”

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#eNOTICE is a project selected by the #European Commission as part of the call for proposals under the Secure societies program for Coordination support action (CSA), addressing the topic “Pan European Networks of practitioners and other actors in the field of security

The project aims to build a dynamic, functional and sustainable pan European network of CBRN training centers, testing and demonstration sites (CBRN TC) strengthening capacity building in training and users-driven-innovation and research, based on well-identified needs.

The project, led by Universite Catholique de Louvain will last 60 months at a total cost of nearly €3.5 million.

The Consortium is comprised of a well-balanced group of 13 partners from 9 European Countries with complementary skills: UCL (Belgium), VESTA (Belgium), SDIS77 (France), ARMINES (France),  UMU (Sweden), FDDO (Germany), UPB (Germany), JCBRND CoE(Czech Republic), METU (Turkey), UNITOV (Italy), WMP (United Kingdom), WSU (Poland) and CNBOP-PIB (Poland) .

Dr. Pasquale Gaudio and Dr. Daniele Di Giovanni as representatives of the University of Tor Vergata (UNITOV) and members of the Directive Board of our #MasterCBRN took part to the kick-off of the project eNOTICE.

The Kick- off, held on 15 September in Brussels with the participation of all the partners, has been a good chance to have an overview presentation of the project's aims and objectives.

The meeting represented a fruitful opportunity for the project team to consolidate the consortium, to remark project management key points and to speak about the first joint activity planned for 12 December 2017 organized by SDIS77 (Service Departemental D’Incendie et de Secours de Seine et Marne).

(Text by UNITOV)

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