Posted on November 20, 2018
ecSeq and EpiDiverse consortium welcome EU project officer in Leipzig to review progress of the ITN project
On Tuesday 13th November 2018, the EpiDiverse consortium came together for the mid-term meeting at Leipzig University. Representatives from all beneficiaries, including the 15 Early Stage Researchers (ESRs), welcomed the responsible project officer Patricia Rischitor from the European Commission’s Research Executive Agency (EC-REA) and spent a complete day to discuss the progress of the EpiDiverse project. After the meeting, the project management team and the project officer were invited to visit ecSeq's offices in the city centre of Leipzig.
As a beneficiary of EpiDiverse, ecSeq supervises one ESR, provides NGS trainings to all ESRs and operates the EpiDiverse high-performance computer clusters.