JPI Urban Europe invites all projects funded in the ERA-NET Urban Accessibility and Connectivity (ENUAC) call and their stakeholders to an online projects kick-off meeting. The meeting provides an opportunity for the project partners to meet and to share knowledge, introduce their project, engage in strategic discussions and find partners for future cooperation. You can register at the bottom of this page.
Time: Monday 10 May, 10:00 – 13:45 CEST, online (Zoom-platform)
Target groups: Partners from ENUAC funded projects and stakeholders, representatives from JPI Urban Europe funding agencies and other key people
Registration: Please register at least three represenatives as soon as possible but no later than April 19, see bottom of this page.
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The purpose of the meeting includes networking activities and strategic discussions. The aim is to provide useful information and to establish a strong community from the start. The program strives for a high level of interaction mixing presentations with interaction in group discussions and workshops. The ENUAC team will give important information on formal requirements and programme activities in the coming four years and respond to questions from the projects. All projects are invited to give short “pitches” in a cavalcade of projects. Participants will a have chance to explore the links in ongoing projects and future cooperation in breakout sessions.
Welcome to register three partners from each project to different breakout sessions
Be sure to join with at least three representatives from every ENUAC project to join the plenary and different breakout sessions. This also helps to ensure a good balance between researchers and partners outside academia at the meeting.
The kick-off takes place back-to-back with the AGORA Thematic Dialogue “Pathways towards 15MinuteCities” on 11 May. Projects funded in ENUAC are counted on to join the AGORA workshop on May 11 with one to two representatives. Go here for separate registration to the AGORA Dialogue.
10:00 Welcome and introduction
10:05 European Commission (tbc) – Expectations on the coming years for ENUAC
10:15 Margit Noll, Intro JPI Urban Europe – projects community & knowledge hub
10:30 Aims and ambitions in ENUAC
10:40 Projects in the spotlight – pitching session + projects catalog
11:30 – 12:00 Break
12:00 Breakout rooms x 4:
- Urban Mobility Living Labs
- Urban mobility test beds
- Cities’ benefits and challenges of being a project partner
- Urban accessibility and connectivity: policy contributions
12:45 Briefs from the breakout rooms in plenary
13:10 Information on the AGORA Thematic Dialogue
13:20 Communication and engagement activities the coming years
13:30 Keeping up the pace: Information on reporting and monitoring
13:45 End of Meeting (don’t forget to join the AGORA at 16.45 – more info here)
Information about breakout sessions
We encourage partners from the same project to attend different breakout sessions.
Session: Urban Mobility Living Labs
This session aims to explore different ways that enable mobility hubs to become game changers towards inclusive sustainable urban mobility and accessibility using co-creation and human-centred approaches.
Target group: ENUAC projects focused on living labs and their stakeholders
Session: Urban mobility testbeds
This session aims to connect ENUAC projects that focus on urban mobility demonstration or urban testbeds and engage them in an exchange regarding the challenges and barriers in user acceptance and behavioural change they need to overcome.
Target group: ENUAC testbeds projects
Session: Cities’ benefits and challenges of being a project partner
This session is an open discussion regarding the experiences of the cities involved in ENUAC projects, their expectations and challenges and how they plan to engage within the projects.
Target group: cities involved in ENUAC projects and their partners
Session: Urban accessibility and connectivity: policy contributions
This breakout session aims to bring together ENUAC projects working towards policy improvements for inclusive sustainable urban mobility and accessibility.
Target group: policy-focused ENUAC projects and external stakeholders (e.g.: ELTIS, CIVITAS, POLIS)
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