A few weeks ago, the e-DIPLOMA Project Consortium meeting took place at Budapest University of Technology and Economics.
As announced at the time, e-Diploma Project and its partners met in person in the city of Budapest in order to discuss the current status of this amazing project.
Over the course of these days, each WP leader presented the progress made in their areas over the last year. We also had the opportunity to test the prototypes we are developing, create content for social networks, foster team spirit and strengthen the links between entities, nations and people from all over the EU.
The e-DIPLOMA Project meeting was divided into two days:

This meeting represents the beginning of the third and final year of the project, a crucial period to achieve the expected and impactful results. It was a very enriching experience for all of us and allowed us to have a great time working on such a challenging topic as ethics in technologies.

Thanks to the whole team for the effort and participation!

Inmaculada Remolar (UJI)
Kai Pata (Tallinn University )
Ricardo Marroquim (Delft University of Technology )
Ruben Garcia (Universitat Jaume I )
Carla Ayuso Molina (Universitat Politècnica de
València (UPV)
Kleovoulos Stylianou (Center for Social Innovation –
Tanya Trayanova (European Association for
Innovation and Growth
Riccardo Fanò y Silvia Cordellini (Aris Formazione e Ricerca )
László Szécsi (Technical University of
Elena Llorca Asensi, PhD (UA – Universidad de Alicante /
Universitat d’Alacant
Andrea Castelli (Brainstorm )
Maria Ventura y Raquel Adanero Garcia (Fundación Universitat Jaume
I-Empresa (FUE-UJI)