MoU with waterborne

Create Synergies between WATERBORNE platform and ALICE including their members. Implement the actions foreseen in the MoU. We would like to create a stable collaboration framework between the 2 platforms with value added for members interested.

Which is the Output/what do you want to deliver?

  • R&I recommendation for the Horizon Europe Programme.
  • Possibly, joint sessions in TRA 2022 (Lisbon) Nov. 14-17 (2022).
  • 1-2 dedicated webinars (per year) in which relevant WATERBORNE activities are presented

How can ALICE members contribute/participate?

  • Let us know if you are interested in this activity/programme
  • Are you a member of Waterborne? Please let us know!
  • Sharing concrete interests in regards of this collaboration.
  • Are you part of relevant projects: Share them with the group!
  • Take part of the dedicated webinars.
  • We welcome suggestions!


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