AXIA-INNOVATION Hosts REDONDO M12 Project Meeting in Munich

From September 26 to 27, 2023, AXIA-INNOVATIONwas honored and delighted to host the entire REDONDO Consortium for its 12-month project meeting of the REDONDO project as the leader of exploitation of Work Package 8. The meeting brought together the consortium for the second time to discuss objectives, tasks, and important aspects of each work package.

The agenda for the first day of the meeting, September 26, 2023, included various sessions on work package presentations and discussions, followed by a general discussion and conclusion. AXIA-INNOVATIONkicked off the event with a warm welcome, and the coordinator from AUTH introduced the consortium to the day’s proceedings.

Throughout the day, partners delved into specific aspects of the project, including project management and coordination (WP1), specifications and requirements (WP2), synthesis of reversibly cross-linked PE (WP3), additives’ formulation and integration (WP4), compounding and technology validation for end-use applications (WP5), safety by design assessment (WP6), and sustainability by design assessment (WP7).

AXIA-INNOVATIONpresented the progress and plans of Work Package 8, focusing on the objectives and tasks, identifying and highlighting essential and critical aspects, and the next steps and targets. The presentation was well received, and the attendees had a productive discussion on the project’s progress.

On the second day, September 27, partners will engage in a consortium breakfast and roundtable discussion for new activities. The meeting will conclude with preparations for the upcoming review meeting in month 18.

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