First CYRENE workshop with the project's Advisory Boards

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  Date: March 31st, 2021, 10:00-11:45 CET

The 1st CYRENE Workshop took place at the end of last month introducing CYRENE to the project’s Advisory boards (external, Ethics and User Advisory Board members).

During the workshop, the consortium partners walked the audience through the overall CYRENE technical solution, the survey prepared for collecting the end-user requirements (operational and technical), the project’s position on the security aspects of the supply chains as well as the Targets of Evaluation and the project internal and external stakeholders’ needs

Below you can see the topics addressed in the workshop and a highlight from each presentation:

  • CYRENE Overview (session led by the consortium partners: Maggioli and Ubitech)

   CYRENE towards its realization (key actions)

  • Aspects of Supply Chains (session led by the consortium partners: Stockholm University)

Supply Chain Security Context: Standards, Regulations, Certification Schemes

  • Supply Chains as Targets of
    Evaluation (ToE), CYRENE ToEs (session led by the consortium partners Focal Point and Maggioli)

Overall requirements for Supply Chain Services certification: POlicy, legislation, Standardization

CYRENE Targets of Evaluation - key take aways

  • End user requirements (Session led by the consortium partner University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Sciences (UNSPMF)

End user requirements examples

  • Q&A by with Advisory Boards’ members (discussion led by the consortium partners UNSPMF and Maggioli)

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Project Coordinator: Sofoklis Efremidis
Institution: Maggioli SPA
Email: info{at}
Start: 1-10-2020
Duration: 36 months
Participating organisations: 14
Number of countries: 10



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