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SIGMA’s Research project keep growing


On November 12 and 13 a new Consultative Committee was hosted at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra.

SIGMA’s Research project keep growing

The Committee continues their consolidation as a method of working with universities that allows faster progress with higher quality and results. Given the new open science scenario, there are a lot of changes in the way of doing and managing research, a new challenge that shows that the collaboration between SIGMA and universities is essential.


UPF welcomed the meeting from Mercè Cabo, Deputy Manager of the Services, Technology and Information Resources Area, and Pelegrí Viader, Vice-rector Joint to Rector, highlighting the importance of fostering and betting on research in universities.


During the conference, we presented the state of the 2018 developments, as well as the projects that will be promoted during the next 2019, configuring with all the universities the roadmap that will be followed next year.


Furthermore, the Universidad Pública de Navarra, Universidad de Valladolid, Universitat Pompeu Fabra and Universitat de Vic, presented different projects displayed in their universities.


A beneficial meeting to obtain different conclusions and results adapted to the current and future needs of the collaborating universities.

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