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Research Expert Meeting: Connecting Competing Memories of War in Contemporary Europe

NIAS hosts, 6 - 7 March,  the expert meeting of the Consortium for 'The Cultural Heritage of War in Contemporary Europe'. The aim is to draft main themes and discuss financial and research structures regarding the proposals for Horizon 2020, the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.


Thursday 6 March 2014

10:30-11:40        Arrival & Registration

Morning session: The aim of this section is to illustrate a first draft to identify the main themes and research questions which will drive the writing of the proposal

11:40-12:10        Introduction and presentation of a working draft for the proposal

Chair: Dr. Francesco Mazzucchelli (Bologna University) & Dr. Ihab Saloul (UvA)

12.10-13:30        General discussion of the proposal draft

Chair: Prof. Rob van der Laarse (UvA & VU Amsterdam)

13.30-13:40        Welcome, Rector of NIAS Prof. Paul M.G. Emmelkamp

13:30-14:30 Lunch / NIAS Restaurant

Afternoon session: The aim of this section is to work together on the structure we want to give to our project, including WPs identification

14:30-16:00:       Discussion of possible project structure and WPs division

Chair: Dr. Ihab Saloul

16:00-16:30        Coffee Break

16:30-17:30        General discussion about proposal’s themes and WPs division

Chair: Dr. Britt Baillie

17:30-18:00        Coffee Break

18:00-19:00         Presentation of Reflective5-EuroConsortium and illustration of the Memorandum of Understanding for H2020-Reflective 5

19:30                     Dinner at NIAS Restaurant

After dinner:     Informal Evening discussions


Friday 7 March 2014

Morning session: Financial and research structure of the project will be discussed

9.30-10am:         Coffee

10.00-11.00        UvA Research representative, proposal finances

Dr. Maren Panneman

11:00-11:30        Discussion

11:30-12:00        Coffee Break

12:00-13:30        PL’s are invited to outline possible contents and outcomes of their WPs

12:00-12:15 University of Cambridge (Dr. Wendy Pullen)
12:15-12:30 Politecnico of Milan (Prof. Gennaro Postiglione)
12:30-12:45 University of Bologna (Prof. Patrizia Violli)
12:45-13:00 FU Berlin (Prof. Nicolas Apostolopoulos)
13:00-13:15 University of Trondheim (Prof. Marek Jasinski)
13:15-13:30 UvA/VU Amsterdam (Prof. Rob van der Laarse) 

13.30-14.30        Lunch at NIAS restaurant

Afternoon session: General Discussion  interrelations and coherence of the project

14:30-16.00        Suggestions of Other partners and their possible contribution (in which WP)

16:00-16:30        Coffee Break

16:30-17:30        Closing thoughts and conclusions

Chair: Prof. Rob van der Laarse & Prof. Koos Bosma Ihab Saloul)

17:30-19:00        Borrel & Departure


List of Participants

(random order)

Francesco Mazzucchelli (Bologna University)
Ihab Saloul (UvA)
Caroline Sturdy-Colls (Staffordshire University)
Gennaro Postiglione (Politecnico di Milano-DAStU/Italy
Andrzej Ossowski (Pomeranian Medical University of Szczecin, Poland)
Britt Baillie (Cambridge University)
Cord Pagenstecher (FU Belin)
Ellen van der Waerden (WESTERBORK)
Puck Huitsing (NIOD)
Gilly Carr (Cambridge University)
Wendy Pullan (Cambridge University)
Patrizia Violi Bologna University
Rob van der Laarse (UvA/VU University Amsterdam)
Nikolas Apostolopoulos (FU Belrin)
Marek Jasinski (NTNU Norwegian University of Science and Technology)
Koos Bosma (VU University Amsterdam)
Stef Scagliola
Ajan van Hessen
Franciska de Jong