APOC annual meeting 2022

1 - 2 September, Hanse-Wissenschaftskolleg Delmenhorst

Finally, the time had come: the second annual APOC project meeting could take place in person for the first time from September 1-2, 2022 - of course in compliance with the current Corona rules. To the delight of all 20 participants, the APOC community had the opportunity to get to know each other personally for the first time since the beginning of the project, to listen to presentations and to engage in fruitful discussions. The new project manager from the Projektträger Jülich (PTJ), Mr. Tobias Höfig, had also joined online.
An excellent venue for the APOC annual meeting was provided by the Hanse-Wissenschaftskolleg (HWK) in Delmenhorst. In addition to great organizational support, the scientific exchange could also be continued during the breaks and at dinner with the best culinary care and beautiful sunshine.
Especially for our APOC PhD students and the other young scientists this exchange was substantial - but it also strengthens the cooperation between the different work packages and the collaborative partners. We are looking forward to the upcoming research months!

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