Last week, PathoCERT held its 7th plenary meeting at the KIOS Research and Innovation Center of Excellence, at the University of Cyprus. 50 participants from different countries in Europe, and from South Korea, met on the 17th and 18th of November for 2-days of intense work.
During these two days, we discussed the progress of the PathoCERT project and presented for the first time the technology outputs, along with experts from Cyprus, including First Responders, Water and Wastewater Authorities, as well as other organizations which may be invoked during a waterborne pathogen contamination event, to present for the first time the technology outputs.
The PathoCERT partners had the chance to get valuable feedback, that will help us in designing technologies that the first responders can use to better protect themselves and affected populations, improve their situational awareness and manage these events more effectively.
A big thank to all partners and coordinators for their valuable contribution and participation!