On the 16th morning I show up a few minutes before the start of the conference to try the presentation on the hall systems, everything is ok.
Dr. Angelo D’Agostino of NCP APRE, a competent and helpful person, presents in great detail the latest Horizon 2020 calls of the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions and how the Actions themselves could change in the next Horizon Europe 2021-2027 undergoing definition.
The second part of the morning included the testimonies “of researchers and companies that have achieved important goals thanks to the Marie Curie program”, it was our moment.
There were four of us having to tell our stories, four adventure companions, four complete strangers, four different stories, united by a common experience lived thanks to the tools that the European Community had made available to us.
Giulia, a tenacious researcher and in love with her job.
Claudio, professor at the University of Verona, expert on MSCA Actions.
Fernando, a graduate student completely taken with statistics.
And then there was me, Andrea, talking about our adventure called Desamanera, which began 4 years ago, and all the events that took place over the years, including our participation in the AMITIE project.
But the best part was the subsequent refreshments, because you ate for free, you say, but no, not because of that, but because many people there came closer and complimented me for having witnessed a presentation full of innovation and passion.
These are the small, big things that recharge your batteries to face the great challenges that Desamanera will have to face in its forthcoming path.
Finally, sincere thanks to Dr. Chiara Bianchini and Unindustria Veneto for the invitation and hospitality.
Thank you all
PS. The slides of the events are available at this page of the Eurosportello Veneto website.