Happy New Year 2018
The e-LIVES group
2017 was the kick-off year of the e-LIVES project. With the commitment and hard work of all partners, the New Year 2018 will certainly be a successful year for the project. We will keep you informed about the project developments. In the meanwhile, we wish you a Happy New Year 2018
Last day of the kick-off meeting
The kick-off meeting finished and everybody returned home with a list of things to do. During the meeting, it was possible to feel that all participants are committed to turning this project into a huge success. The photo shows the group that participated in the kick-off meeting at the University of Limoges. We will keep […]
The world is talking about e-LIVES
“WP1 – Best Practices identification in e-engineering” discussion meeting at the Xlim building of the Université de Limoges. Clara Molina from the UNED team is presenting their ideas for WP1 related to the identification of the best practices in the implementation of e-engineering courses. Clara Pérez Molina from the UNED team
The world is talking about us. Réunion de lancement du projet e-LIVES : 13 partenaires internationaux à Limoges
What a big discussion around remote labs
After a very fruitful discussion, it is time for a coffee-break!
WP2 discussion – a full afternoon dedicated to the development of remote labs
What a big discussion around remote labs! That’s been a really really interesting discussion.
The second day of the kick-off meeting
WorkPackage 2, labeled “Development of reliable remote laboratory solutions” and led by l’Université Cadi Ayyad of Marrakech, aims at defining and developing a fully operational high-quality reference remote practical work. This is the most relevant work to be done during the e-LIVES project. The presentation is done by the LabsLand team, Ignacio Angulo and Luis Rodriguez Gil.
The afternoon meeting
The second day of the kick-off meeting of the e-LIVES project, again in the beautiful Council’s Room of the Université of Limoges, a former convent chapel. The stained glasses that decorates the former chapel were done on Tours in 1876.
The four partner country Coordinators
The afternoon meeting is taking place at the beautiful Council’s Room at the University of Limoges
Before lunch, we had the speeches of the four partner country Coordinators, Tunisia, Algeria, Jordan, and Morocco Asma Errais from Tunisia Hadjira Benoudnine from Algeria Saleh Al-Jufout from Jordan Mohammed Skouri from Morocco