From the project side, all the Work Package leaders took part in the meeting, including University of Leeds and University of Keele (UK), RRD (The Netherlands), NTNU (Norway), Empirica (Germany), GENOS (Croatia), CIOP-PIB (Poland), University of Padova (Italy), GMV, MAZ and coordinator IBV (Spain).
During the meeting, the main role was played by Project Director Helios de Rosario, who started with a deep, complete and clear project overview in which he portrayed the origins of the project, the problem that it is bound to solve, and the achievements of the first period.
Later on, Work Package leaders exposed the job performed through each Work Package, including highlights of the Professional and Researcher platforms.
“Back-UP represents a step forward for Low Back and Neck Pain in-silico models, and at the end of the project the state of the art will change significantly”, states Helios de Rosario. “We are proud of this consortium”, continues.
The reviewers team stressed the major strength of the project and also gave some important advices on areas that will be developed, enhanced and improved in the second half of the project.
“We have to wait for the official report, but in the meantime, we can already start on implementing reviewers’ indications”, concludes de Rosario.
For more information about Back-UP, please visit project web page
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 777090.
Project Number: H2020-SC1-2017-CNECT-2-777090