Strategies for International Cooperation Researchers workshop 2019

The Water JPI, as part of its supporting Coordination and Support Action is looking at opportunities to develop a common strategy for international cooperation with other European initiatives. IC4Water was launched in January 2017 and is funded by the European Commission under Horizon 2020. IC4Water aims to implement joint activities in a dedicated effort to reinforce international cooperation in research, development and innovation to address global water challenges.

The 2019 Water JPI Workshop on “Towards a Common Strategy on International Cooperation” took place on 25 June 2019 in Paris, France. This was the second workshop in a series of three workshops designed to elaborate a common strategy with other relevant EU and international initiatives on international cooperation in the context of research, development and innovation activities. This workshop was primarily targeted at researchers.

A total of 38 people attended the workshop, including researchers from 19 countries and representatives from several initiatives, including the Water JPI.

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  1. Welcome by the Water JPI Coordinator: Dominique Darmendrail, Agence Nationale de la Recherche, France
  2. Introduction to the Workshop: Alice Wemaere, Environmental Protection Agency, Ireland
  3. Experience from coordinating the Horizon 2020 WATERSPOUTT project with Africa: Kevin McGuigan, RCSI, Ireland
  4. Experience from India (Horizon 2020 PANIWATER project): Rita Dhodapkar, National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI), India
  5. Experience of participating in a BONUS project with Russia: Jacob Carstensen, Aarhus University, Denmark
  6. Experience of the China–EU Platform R&D projects: Seppo Rekolainen, Finnish Environment Institute, Finland
  7. Experience from the NEREUS COST Action: Despo Fatta-Kassinos, University of Cyprus, Cyprus
  8. Experience from Canada (2016 Water JPI LEAP project): Philippe Van Cappellen, University of Waterloo, Canada
  9. Experience from Brazil (2017 Water JPI IDOUM project): Raquel Nogueira, Sao Paulo State University Institute of Chemistry, Brazil


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