On the fifth day 3.06.2022 (the last day) of the KTH management meeting, Dr. Christian Weber from the University of Siegen chaired the session for a discussion on the remaining deliverables. He also wrapped up the meeting and the next steps to be done. At the end of the last day, Dr. Mohammad Saleh from the KTH (the host) and Dr. Christian Weber, distributed certificates of participation in the meeting.
On the morning sessions of the fourth day, 2.6.2022, of the KTH management meeting, Dr. Hamidreza Ahmadian from the University of Siegen and Dr. Ala’ Khalifa from GJU, presented about WP4 with a focus on the selection of external evaluators. In the same session, Dr. Hamidreza Ahmadian and Dr. Mohammed Saleh from KTH presented the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that to be signed among consortium partners by each rector of HE institutes at the partner countries to foster cooperation in running the master program of Cyber-Physical Systems. The participants at the KTH meeting approved the terms of the MoU. Dr. Christian Weber from the University of Siegen presented the required contributions from each partner on finalizing the deliverable D2.2 “Course Material”. The session concluded with stressing about finishing missing parts in the deliverable to reach the final form.
On the afternoon session of the third day 1.06.2022 of the KTH management meeting, Prof. Kristina Nyström from the department of industrial economy and management at KTH gave a lecture entitled “Venture creation project as road map innovation topics – Technology-based Entrepreneurship”.
On the morning session of the second day 31.05.2022 of the KTH management meeting, Dr. Hamidreza Ahmadian from the University of Siegen, presented about WP6 “Management” with a focus on financial issues. He also discussed needed actions to respond to recommendations given monitoring visits by Erasmus+ national offices. In the same session, Dr. Raimund Kirner from the University of Hertfordshire presented the planning for the next meeting at Hatfield, UK. He gave details about travel and accommodation at Hatfield.
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