Second consortium meeting successfully held in Novi Sad, Serbia

We have successfully held the second consortium meeting on May 10, 2024 in Novi Sad, Serbia. Hosted by the partners from Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, the event witnessed presentations of research findings, discussions on project progress, and networking opportunities among the attendees. The day commenced with introductory remarks by Prof. Dr. Radmila Tomovska from the University of the Basque Country (EHU), Spain, and Prof. Dr. Goran Stojanović from UNS, Serbia, followed by an overview of the general progress of the CONSENS NATO project by Prof. Dr. Tomovska.

Throughout the morning session, research teams from partner institutions shared their findings from the past six months. Presentations included insights from EHU, Spain, UKIM, North Macedonia, and TUBAF, Germany, showcasing the collaborative efforts driving the project forward. Noteworthy presentations during the event included MSc Lazar Milić’s discussion on the development of e-tattoo sensors for monitoring plant hydration levels and Dr. Mitar Simić’s exploration of electrochemical sensors and agricultural goods modeling. One of the event’s highlights was Prof. Goran Stojanović’s presentation on the open calls within the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA). By emphasizing the opportunities for future projects, Prof. Stojanović reinforced the collaborative nature of the NATO CONSENS project and its potential to shape the future of research and innovation.

The day concluded with a joint dinner at Restaurant Terasa, located within the historic Petrovaradin Fortress, providing a relaxed setting for further discussions and collaboration among participants.

For further updates on the NATO CONSENS project and future events, stay tuned to our website for more information.