Jonas Moll and Åsa Cajander from HTO has worked together with a large group of researcher and the EU coordinators at Uppsala University in writing an application to Horison2020. We have been working on this and having meetings about this since the early fall, so this has taken quite a lot of time, and the application is around 14o pages of text including everything. This week the application was finally submitted, and it looks very good.
Writing this kind of large application requires good coordination, and we really had excellent coordinators this time which gives a good indication of the work in the future project.
If funded both Jonas Moll and Åsa Cajander will be working in the project and be in charge of one of the work packages.
Let’s hope that the application is granted!
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