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Eliot`s webinar for consultations celebrated successfully
20/05/2021

We have successfully celebrated project Eliot`s Webinar for Consultations The aim was to consult both AIMPLAS and TNO experts, the ecoTECH team and stakeholders of interest for the definition and weighting of the evaluation criteria to be performed within the Multi-criteria decision analysis (MCDA). Along with AIMPLAS and TNO, several other companies and institutions participated and showed their interest such as University of Patras, INVENT, Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), Dassault, Altran and Fraunhofer. We want to thank all the attendees. The MCDA will be used to evaluate, compare and rank the EoL methods defined in WP3 for the target biocomposites.

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Webinar for Consultations
22/04/2021

On May 10 will be held a Webinar for Consultations The aim is to consult both AIMPLAS and TNO experts, the ecoTECH team and stakeholders of interest for the definition and weighting of the evaluation criteria to be performed within the Multi-criteria decision analysis (MCDA). The MCDA will be used to evaluate, compare and rank the EoL methods defined in WP3 for the target biocomposites. Become a stakeholder and participate following this link: https://project-eliot.eu/stakeholders.php

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Eliot presented at University Carlos III of Madrid
19/04/2021

On March 24 and 25 took place the conference "Clean Sky 2 technology progress - contribution to the environmental performance of the next generation of aircraft", organized by University Carlos III of Madrid. At the event, Nora Lardies Miazza, from AIMPLAS, presented the latest developments of the ELIOT project. More information of the event available at: https://eventos.uc3m.es/61034/programme/clean-sky-2-technology-progress-n-contribution-to-the-environmental-performance-of-the-next-generat.html

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Kick of Meeting
14/07/2020

Dates: 7th July 2020
Location: Online

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme for the Clean Sky Joint Technology Initiative under grant agreement No 886416.